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West Virginia has the 6th largest state highway system in the country — over 3,300 miles of roads the Department of Highways struggles to keep litter free. Hampshire County’s share of this is 694.5 miles of roads to be maintained and kept free of roadside trash.

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The other day I stepped back from completing the recent project of building a woodshed and found myself saying, “I can’t wait until I get this puppy loaded with wood for next year.”

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April 12: Thomas Harrison Pyles Jr, 25, of Wardensville was arrested on a warrant out of Mineral County for improper registration, driving while license suspended or revoked-3rd offense, speeding and no insurance.

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ROMNEY — The magistrate’s ruling Friday morning wasn’t what Love Shack owner Sabrina Droescher wanted to hear, as the judge denied her request to keep 7 of the 103 seized dogs from her Cabin Road property on Cooper Mountain and was subsequently formally indicted on 103 charges of animal cruelty.

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First, I’d like to start this commentary by thanking Alyson for her letter to the editor dated March 17. I went back and reviewed my notes and found she was absolutely correct in that I had inadvertently misstated that 16- and 17-year-old children would be given a right to vote.

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Farm Credit of the Virginias will return $40 million to its customers this month through the annual patronage program.

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WASHINGTON — Half of a $1 million grant to train the agricultural workforce in West Virginia is headed to a program in Moorefield.

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Farm Credit of the Virginias will return $40 million to its customers this month through the annual patronage program.

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(When I learned that today is Administrative Professionals Day, I couldn’t resist running this piece, which takes a poke at the corporate culture that many of us in the trenches love to pick on.

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CHARLESTON — Corn planting in West Virginia is expected to total 53,000 acres, up 4 percent — or 2,000 acres — from 2020, and up 2 percent from 2019.

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LAKIN — The West Virginia Department of Agriculture will be hosting a farm training day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, May 7, at the Lakin State Farm.

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I’ve made the tractor repair rounds and have everybody’s machines at least functional. I’ve also made a little money so that my creditors know that I — and my accounts — are still active after a fashion. The weather forecast for the week shows intermittent showers and perhaps a few random co…

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A column in the Farm section would seem to be the last place to look for stories of the covert actions of governments, terrorists and organized crime. Though I don’t use a computer from which much of this Henny Penny material seems to originate, I still feel that it is my right to partake of…

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A universal feature of homes built during the immediate post-war (That is, World War 2) period was the brick planter. These permanent structures fronted the new homes of the returning soldiers’ country or suburban nests where they would raise their families and otherwise get down to the busi…

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CHARLESTON — Honey flowed more freely from the Mountain State’s beekeepers last year than the year before.

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CHARLESTON — West Virginia farmers in Hampshire County who want to manage weeds, increase production and conserve soil on their farmland are eligible to participate in a pilot program for pasture weed management.

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(I sent this letter to the Winchester Star as an Open Forum submission. It’s a tongue-in-cheek response to an article by political columnist George Will. It was never published. I sent it last October so it’s safe to assume that the Star won’t be running it. It is, after all, way over the wo…

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CHARLESTON — West Virginia Agriculture Commissioner Kent Leonhardt is encouraging farmers to consider donating agricultural products under the West Virginia’s farm-to-food-bank tax credit.

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CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Department of Agriculture held a statewide virtual agri-tourism roundtable Feb. 9 with key government officials and agri-tourism producers.

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Agricultural innovators across West Virginia can compete for a business assistance package valued in excess of $5,000 as part of a contest sponsored by the Robert C. Byrd Institute at Marshall University.

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CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Department of Agriculture held a statewide virtual agri-tourism roundtable Feb. 9 with key government officials and agri-tourism producers.

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CHARLESTON — The number of farms in West Virginia dropped slightly, but the acreage remained the same during 2020, the U.S. Department of Agriculture is reporting.

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March 4, 2015 — I couldn’t have picked a worse day to gather my first impressions of Josephine City. It had been sunny and warm when I left Hanging Rock in Hampshire County, leaving with high hopes for a prosperous day on the Clarke County, Va., tractor repair route. The weather became worse…

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These stories are usually keyed to the seasons, but I can’t recall if these events took place in the fall or early spring.

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CHARLESTON — West Virginia’s inventory of sheep and lambs fell by 9 percent in 2020 while the number of goats grew by 6 percent.

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WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Agriculture has released the final rule for its Agricultural Conservation Easement Program, which enables agricultural producers and private landowners to protect farmlands, grasslands and wetlands with conservation easements.

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During the colder months, our thoughts are often with the plight of the homeless. But is their situation always a ‘’plight?” In some instances, homelessness can be an adventure. Let me relate what brought this all to mind.

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I’ve gotten myself into what the movie Brits might call a bit of a pickle or even a sticky wicket. I’m in need of flatheads, more specifically, inline flatheads. Before you imagine a marching column of catfish, let me explain what a flathead is.

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Brooke Glover, co-founder of Swilled Dog Hard Cider, didn’t set out to create a new business venture when she and her husband started making cider at home for family and friends.

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If you attended Loudoun County, Va., public schools in the ’50s through the ’70s, chances are that you had the privilege of meeting teacher Anna Beavers.

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Recently Jim selected an archived installment of Far Muse which pertained to the flood of 1996. Coincidently, I have a deadline coming up for an end-page story for the May/June issue of Vintage Truck Magazine to which the following is destined in a shortened version.