BECKWITH — More than 30 children took to the waters of the larger of two ponds at Fayette County Park on Wednesday, where they learned the basics of stand-up paddleboarding, practiced kayak maneuvers and used spinning rods to cast worm-baited hooks toward suspected fish hangouts.
If you’d like to see an example of the saying, “No good deed goes unpunished,” look no farther than West Virginia’s hunting-regulations booklet for 2020.
As people head outdoors to escape the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown, they might not be aware of the hazards they could face there.
As William Barr and Cory Craig cruised the waters of the Ohio River, bowfishing for carp and other rough fish, a world record was the last thing on their minds.
The West Virginia Department of Agriculture (WVDA) is urging landowners to sign up for the Cooperative State-County-Landowner (CSCL) Gypsy Moth Suppression program. The program is focused on protecting the landowners’ forested acreage from devastating effects caused by the invasive gypsy mot…
Division of Natural Resources officials are now taking applications from hunters who wish to participate in this fall’s schedule of state-park deer hunts.