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Ninety-nine golfers look to tame The Old White
Top level golfers from around the world gathered at The Old White TPC course at The Greenbrier Tuesday to begin their quest for a coveted title, just as they did in July for The Greenbrier Classic.
Lyons brings positive message to area students
Had it not been for Pac-Man, Wes Lyons would have never been a Mountaineer.
Winston, No. 5 FSU crush No. 3 Clemson, 51-14
Jameis Winston and Florida State sucked the life out of Death Valley.
Red Sox beat Tigers 5-2 to advance to World Series
The Boston Red Sox are going back to the World Series for the third time in 10 seasons.
Hunters Helping the Hungry feeds families
A survey came across my desk this week and to be honest, as a deer hunter and someone who enjoys nature’s wonderful bounties, it sparked my interest. The gist of the national and state-level survey conducted by Responsive Management is that obtaining meat is an increasingly important motivation among American hunters to go afield. It probably comes as no surprise, especially for us sportsmen who have cherished the practice of farm/field to table meals for years, that hunting for food is a motivating factor. Besides, fresh venison is good for you, and if taken care of and prepared properly, tastes wonderful.
Trail cams proving a valuable tool
If you’ve ever suspected there was a big buck roaming your favorite hunting grounds, you probably wished you could monitor the area 24/7. But that’s virtually impossible unless you use a trail cam.
Grand Final of the Faldo Series set for The Greenbrier
The Greenbrier resort has announced that it will host the largest ever field in the 17th Grand Final of The Faldo Series, which tees off Oct. 22-24. A total of 101 golfers from 19 countries will join Sir Nick Faldo for the World Amateur Golf Ranking event.
Fundraiser to be held tonight at Buffalo Wild Wings for Shady Spring Middle School baseball.
FASTRAK races icing on the cake for Barley
Even though he would be going up against the top names in dirt track racing in the East, Aaron Barley came into this weekend’s FASTRAK World Championships with a calm and collected attitude.
An incredible day for a duck hunt
I was really looking forward to this opening day. Don’t get me wrong, every hunting season opener is special — especially when you get older and realize just how fragile they can be. For sportsmen, the anticipation and planning for the opener of a particular season has caused many daydreams to come true and the year-long hard work to pay off.
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