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Off-road enthusiasts find new home in 4x4 trail system
Off-road enthusiasts find new home in 4x4 trail system

LOGAN — When land that contained the Hatfield-McCoy Trails’ Ivy Branch trail network in Lincoln County changed hands last year and the new owner opted not to continue use and liability agreements with the...

Off-road enthusiasts find new home in 4x4 trail system
Off-road enthusiasts find new home in 4x4 trail system

LOGAN — When land that contained the Hatfield-McCoy Trails’ Ivy Branch trail network in Lincoln County changed hands last year and the new owner opted not to continue use and liability agreements with the...

National Parks Service opens environmental education camp
National Parks Service opens environmental education camp

HINTON, W.Va. (AP) – A camp for environmental education is now open to the public in Summers County.

Customer rebound in 2015 gives raft outfitters hope of ending long descent
Customer rebound in 2015 gives raft outfitters hope of ending long descent

After 15 years of steady decline, West Virginia rafting outfitters experienced a welcome uptick in customer numbers in 2015, according to recently released data compiled by the state Division of Natural Resources.

Braxton youth shreds his way to collegiate snowboard berth
Braxton youth shreds his way to collegiate snowboard berth

GASSAWAY — Located along a languid stretch of the Elk river with a population that only slightly exceeds its 860-foot elevation, the Braxton County town of Gassaway seems an unlikely place to spawn one of the nation’s top junior...

Preston County’s Camp Dawson wins Secretary of Defense Environmental Award
Preston County’s Camp Dawson wins Secretary of Defense Environmental Award

When you think of work done at military installations, things like keeping tabs on a base’s population of regionally declining Allegheny woodrats, conducting surveys for endangered bats and building a half-mile boardwalk to provide access and...

Photo: Spring falls
Photo: Spring falls

Kanawha City bike event highlights safety
Kanawha City bike event highlights safety

The Kanawha City Community Association is having a family friendly event to celebrate National Bike Month in May.

Several groups now accepting registration for summer camps
Several groups now accepting registration for summer camps

Several area groups and organizations are accepting registration for camps and programs for children this summer. They are:

Photo: Hanging around the New River Gorge
Photo: Hanging around the New River Gorge

Nurture a love of nature in your kids
Nurture a love of nature in your kids

Spring is in full swing: The buds on the trees have opened, birds are chirping, and children are eager to go outside and get muddy.

Part of Kanawha Boulevard closing for Splash Pad preparation
Part of Kanawha Boulevard closing for Splash Pad preparation

Kanawha Boulevard will be closed on a stretch of the West Side for part of this week as city crews begin preparation work related to the Magic Island Splash Pad.

Anonymous donor challenges soccer foundation to match gift
Anonymous donor challenges soccer foundation to match gift

An anonymous $200,000 gift will push the Kanawha-Charleston Soccer Foundation closer to paying off the $1.065 million it owes in construction debt for the Trace Fork Soccer Complex and avoiding foreclosure — as long as the foundation raises...

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