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This week, obviously, is the week of the Great Hampshire County Crossword Puzzle.

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This column will be my next-to-last article dealing with the Church. We will look at the fact that the grace offered in the sacraments is provided through the Church.

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A few days ago someone warned a friend of mine about me. It’s a common occurrence. Careful with Roy; he doesn’t believe what we believe.

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Life is full of battles of one kind or another. Of course, there are the literal wars that take place between nations, but I’m not referring to that type of battle. Instead, I’m talking about those personal battles that we have with our children, our spouse, people we work with, the meter-ma…

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These autumn days are perfect for working in the garden.

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A few years ago, many of our friends completed the Ice Bucket Challenge and posted about it on social media.

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Last week, the Capon Bridge American Legion Post 137 presented the Capon Bridge Library with a $2,000 check to go toward a walkway from their parking area to the pavilion for better accessibility and handicap purposes. Pictured is (left to right) Diana Teter, Auxiliary President, Nancy Meade…

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SPRINGFIELD — To begin the 4-H year, we had a picnic on Sept. 26, 2021 at Milleson’s Walnut Grove Campground. We also participated in the WVU football game on Oct. 2, 2021, with 5 club members and 5 adults attending. Members recognized National 4-H week by wearing green or 4-H t-shirts.

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As I travel the roads of Hampshire County, I see Halloween decorations popping up everywhere.  In Capon Bridge neighborhoods, pumpkins, skeletons, spider webs and ghosts adorn front porches.  We delight in the spirit of community that defines Capon Bridge.  Thanks to all who participate in s…

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The American Red Cross is experiencing an emergency blood shortage and must collect 10,000 additional blood products each week over the next month for the blood supply to recover and meet hospital and patient needs.

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WINCHESTER — Valley Health is offering a new session of the National Diabetes Prevention Program, a free 12-month class designed to help adults who are at risk for developing diabetes and are ready to make lasting lifestyle changes.

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The above title is not some horrible medical condition. It is the Latin phrase for a logical fallacy.

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ROMNEY — There was love at the end of every leash in Romney Sunday, as 9 dogs and 1 cat were brought together for a “blessing of the animals.”

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When you grow up in the Catholic Church, as I have (OK, I’m using the phrase “grow up” loosely. I think boogers are funny and boys have cooties, so there hasn’t been much “growth,” really), you get really familiar with the concept of saints. 

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Capon Valley Ruritan club members, along with President Kevin Davis, welcomed our newest member, John Mayfield on Sept. 21.o 

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Did you know that October is TeenTober? This is a nationwide initiative developed by the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) to celebrate teens, promote teen services, and encourage literacy. This year’s theme is “What will you discover at the library?”

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My news items started out exciting last week with the announcement of the Grassy Lick Community Center having the Autumn Harvest Festival, but before the Hampshire Review was published, it was canceled. Sorry for that, but with so many cases of Covid in the county and many deaths, it was necessary.

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Last Sunday, Randy, Wanda, Amanda and Rylee Koontz and CJ Gray were in Tipton, Pa., at Delgrosso’s for their Fall Festival. On their way home, they stopped at Ritchey’s Dairy for some of that delicious ice cream.

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October has arrived, bringing with it cool mornings and evenings, plus glorious afternoons.  I love this time of year.  I call it my feel-good month, and it is also breast cancer month.  I am one of those fortunate survivors who still love life and thank God for it every day.

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What happens when, called by God, one teacher sells everything she can and begins on a journey that takes her 7,643 miles to the other side of the world to plant seeds of hope?

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As they settle into a new school year, student-athletes don’t just have to protect themselves from COVID-19. They also have to protect themselves from the heat, cardiac arrests, traumatic brain injuries and several other catastrophic injuries.

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Now that our oldest daughter attends WVU, we have begun traveling to Morgantown to attend home football games. Not only do we get to watch my beloved Mountaineers take the gridiron, but it offers the perfect excuse to hug our girl.

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Characterizing an autism patient’s behavior can be challenging, but these West Virginia University researchers aim to make identification easier by conducting the first systematic study toward autism spectrum disorder phenotyping using behavior-tracking technology.

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PAW PAW – Mountaineer Community Health Center (MCHC), the Paw Paw area’s Federally Qualified Health Center, has announced the appointment of Ciro Grassi as its new chief executive officer. Grassi assumed full responsibilities on Aug. 29, 2021, after serving as Acting CEO for 3 months, succee…

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“’For I know the plans I have for you,’ declares the Lord, ‘plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future’” (Jeremiah 29:11).

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An exhibit of paintings by Gary Strawn will be on display until Nov. 11 at Romney Federal Credit Union as part of Hampshire County Arts Council’s Art in Public Places program.o

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