MONTGOMERY — There will once again be some structured physical activity here.
A refreshing shade was a rare luxury on much of the course for the sun-baked Chick-fil-A Beckley Invitational cross-country meet Saturday morning at Beckley-Stratton Middle School.
Along the Kanawha River in Fayette County sits the quiet suburb of Adena Village. A place not known to allure an outsider’s interest for detour off Route 61. Only homes and apartments can be found amongst its streets as businesses continue to depart the bustling mining areas of old. A bit of…
Efforts to restore native brook trout in the Mountain State continue, and fisheries biologists for the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources recently surveyed a trout stream in Tucker County to see if the project is showing signs of success.
The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources is now accepting applications to participate in controlled deer hunts at seven state parks.
As the school year drew to a close, coaches of the Fayette County middle school girls basketball teams selected an all-Fayette County team for 2021. Members are listed below:
The Par Mar Friday Night Rivals North-South All-Star Football Classic, sponsored by WCHS-TV/FOX-11 in conjunction with the West Virginia Schools Athletic Coaches Association, will kick off at 1 p.m. on Saturday, June 19 at South Charleston High School's Black Eagle Stadium. It will be televi…
OAK HILL — Fayetteville built up a 4-0 lead then solidified it with nine late runs to post a 13-4 conquest of Oak Hill in the finals of the Fayette County Middle School Baseball Tournament on Tuesday, May 25.
GLEN JEAN — New River Gorge National Park and Preserve has increased access to campgrounds weekend with the recent reopening of six additional areas in the park including Army Camp, Brooklyn, Gauley Tailwaters, Meadowcreek, Thayer and War Ridge. Grandview Sandbar, Glade Creek and Stone Cliff…
CHARLESTON – Anglers looking for an exciting fishing adventure in West Virginia will have opportunities to catch tiger trout this spring. Gov. Jim Justice announced Wednesday that the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources (WVDNR) will stock this unique sport fish in lakes and streams a…
Beginning this year, West Virginia's statewide spring gobbler season will run for five weeks instead of four, according to a West Virginia Division of Natural Resources press release.
West Virginia's annual Archery in the Schools tournament is going virtual this year, and the state Division of Natural Resources is giving teams more chances to participate by extending the event to three days and removing a qualifying round.
Fayetteville PK-8 and Valley PK-8 squared off in a middle school basketball doubleheader Tuesday, March 9 in Smithers, with the Pirates emerging victorious in both contests.
Mallory Crowder scored 12 points and Sydasia Williams 11 as host Riverside (2-0) defeated visiting Shady Spring, 48-39, on Monday, March 8 in a girls high school basketball game.
Fishermen in West Virginia have new regulations to follow and are encouraged to check the 2021 fishing regulations for a roundup of changes that may affect them.
Gov. Jim Justice joined officials from the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources and West Virginia Tourism Office on Jan. 20 for a virtual buck scoring event to determine if a buck harvested in Wyoming County is one of the largest typical Pope and Young-class bucks taken in North Ameri…
Turkey hunters harvested 1,038 birds during the fall season, according to preliminary numbers provided by the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources.
West Virginia’s buck firearms season is underway and the state Division of Natural Resources is encouraging hunters to give back to their community by donating their harvest to the Hunters Helping the Hungry program.
Many hunters in West Virginia got their start when they were kids, and the state Division of Natural Resources is encouraging adult hunters to continue introducing their children and families to the sport this fall.
Labor Day weekend might be the unofficial end of summer, but there are plenty of opportunities in the coming months for fishing adventures in the Mountain State, according to fish management officials for the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources.
SUMMERSVILLE — Many of the difficulties and uncertainties of recent months were set aside for a couple hours Friday night in some of the state's high school football stadiums.
Days after laying out a plan for fall sports to get started in the face of the coronavirus pandemic, the West Virginia Secondary School Activities Commission released two sets of guideline modifications to carry all sports through the season.
The Fayette County Chamber of Commerce and Bridge Haven Golf Club will present the inaugural New River Gorge Golf Classic on Wednesday, Aug. 19, followed by a Business After Hours event at the clubhouse. The Business After Hours ticket will include one drink and food.
West Virginia bears begin leaving their dens around mid-March. They emerge hungry and looking for food. People who feed them by accident or design put themselves, their property and especially the bears at risk.
Overnight facilities at West Virginia's state parks and forests, currently closed to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus, will start reopening to state residents on May 21.
Gov. Jim Justice on May 4 announced that West Virginia residents can enjoy another month of free fishing. The requirement to possess a fishing license to fish in state-regulated waters has been waived for state residents through May 31.