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The 1st-ever Cacapon Riverfest was a rousing success, with activities for kids, music, dancing, and even a boat race and a rock-skipping contest.

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Relay returned after 2 years, and this time folks flocked to Capon Bridge for the event, with its “Choose Hope” theme.

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The past was brought to life Saturday with Family Frontier Day at Fort Edwards. Re-enactors, demonstrations and historical talks made Capon Bridge’s past new again.

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We want to give all those great dads some love like we did for moms on Mother’s Day— pictures of you #withmydad.

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ROMNEY — Wrapping up its regular program year, Cub Scout Pack 32 – sponsored by Romney First United Methodist Church – held its annual Blue and Gold Banquet and “Bridging” ceremony on Sunday, May 15 at Pavilion 1 in Hampshire Park.  

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When the West Virginia Raptor Center received a call from a resident in Randolph County that an adult osprey had been discovered in the ditch along a road, Executive Director Collin Waybright immediately went to the site to evaluate the injured raptor.

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Alexandra Grassi’s charcoal on panel art exhibit will be on display at The Bank of Romney main office on East Main Street until June 13 as part of Hampshire County Arts Council’s Art in Public Places program.

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An exhibit of oil and acrylic paintings by Lizzie Yeehaw at Romney Federal Credit Union is sponsored by Hampshire County Arts Council’s Art in Public Places program. It will be on display until June 1.

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Jeff Keister’s exhibit of unique photographs are on display at FNB Bank’s main branch on North High Street in Romney until June 14 as part of Hampshire County Arts Council’s Art in Public Places program.

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CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Governor’s Highway Safety Program is reminding drivers about the lifesaving benefits of correctly wearing a seat belt ahead of a summer travel season that is expected to be busier than usual this year.

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These days, it’s hard for me to think about any kind of graduation without thinking about Dumpster Ellie. 

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Happy Mother's Day from us, to you. Here are 133 snaps you submitted to celebrate your moms and all they do for us.

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I’m not the neatest person in the world. 

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Hampshire County’s master gardeners held their 1st seed swap Saturday at Central Hampshire Park in Augusta. “it’s a good start, and we have some different ideas to make it a success for next year,” Extension Agent Candace DeLong said

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Springtime here brings 2 Appalachian delicacies: the meaty morel mushroom and the ever-flavorful warm weather favorite, ramps.

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I was doing a little bit of grocery shopping last week, and it was on one of those nice days when the sun was out, the air was warm, the wind was giving me a break and, well, there was no snow on the ground.

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KEYSER — Students interested in pursuing a career as a registered dietician or nutritionist will have an academic pathway at  Potomac State College starting this fall.

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For a recent retreat I planned to attend, I needed to identify an object in our home that’s meaningful to me. 

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Beets, a super vegetable also called by its botanical name Beta Vulgaris, is suited for full or partial sun exposer to adequately grow. This rapid growing, cool-seasoned crop comes in many different shapes and a variety of colors including yellow, white or red bulbs. 

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Last weekend presented a smorgasbord of Easter fun for the egg-hunt-hungry kids of Hampshire County. Four HHS organizations, namely, FFA, Trojan Media, DECA and ProStart, teamed up to host an evening of high hilarity on the high school campus last Friday. The brisk April wind was chilly, but…

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Over the years, in the liturgy that Catholics celebrate on the Thursday of Holy Week, Holy Thursday, there is always the mandatum, the carrying out of the commandment to wash another’s feet, but also the celebration of the Eucharist in particular remembrance of the Last Supper.

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As Women’s History Month winds down, there are some interesting facts about women physicians then and now. 

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Health care in retirement is a big-ticket item. Experts estimate that an average 65-year-old retired couple in 2021 would need about $300,000 in after-tax savings earmarked for health care costs in their post-work life, even with Medicare, according to Fidelity.

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WARDENSVILLE — As part of his national book release tour, author and illustrator Scott Magoon will visit the WordPlay bookstore at 2 p.m. April 2. 

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An exhibit of 5 artists from The Indie on Main Gallery in Keyser was curated by Jill Baldinger and will be on display at The Bank of Romney until April 22 as part of Hampshire County Arts Council’s Art in Public Places program.❏ 

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4-H members took their turn behind the lens, snapping pictures for the annual county photography contest.

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I went to a family wedding in Pittsburgh this weekend, my 1st wedding since maybe 2016.  

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KEYSER — The Mineral County Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Festival is an opportunity to explore careers in the environmental field.. 

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