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NWA/MAW to debut tonight in Beckley
The Mother Ship is ready for takeoff.
Derby Dames in first home bout
The Beckley Area Derby Dames are back again, ready for their first home bout of the season against the NRV Bruisin’ Burgs Sunday at the Beckley-Raleigh County Convention Center.
King’s Warriors name new assistant coaches
For many Southern West Virginians, spring signals the end of the dreadful season of winter. For the Southern West Virginia King’s Warriors, spring signals the beginning of a new season of the beautiful game.
W.Va.-Va. team matches this weekend
Team West Virginia will host the 30th edition of the West Virginia-Virginia Team Matches this weekend at The Greenbrier Sporting Club.
Greenbrier Champions Tennis Classic returning in September
Pete Sampras and John McEnroe are coming back to West Virginia this fall, and they’re bringing two other tennis stars with them.
The two Tennis Hall of Famers, who came to White Sulphur Springs last September for the first-ever Greenbrier Champions Tennis Classic, will be back on the outdoor clay courts at the famed Greenbrier Resort Sept. 21-22 for a second helping of what is expected to be an annual event. They’ll be joined by Ivan Lendl and Tommy Haas this time around in what will be a two-day affair that will include both singles and doubles matches.
Beckley semi-pro football team up and running
In the syndicated sitcom “The King of Queens,” lead character Doug Heffernan once tried his hand at semi-pro football. He didn’t last a full game before he realized his body couldn’t handle the beating like it could when he was in high school, and he ran off the field like a scalded dog.
Masters visit emotional for West Virginia man
Note: This article appeared in the Saturday, April 13, 2013, edition of The Augusta Chronicle in Augusta, Ga., and is reprinted with permission from The Augusta Chronicle.
One glorious spring day in April, dreams came true
For those ate up with golf you can hear the voice of Jim Nantz every April telling you about The Masters — a tradition like no other.
- Opening day at Shady Spring Little League
Greenbrier partners with PGA golfer Webb Simpson
West Virginians now have another PGA TOUR golfer to support.
Webb Simpson, the 2012 U.S. Open champion, has been added to The Greenbrier’s team of professional golfers who represent the resort. Simpson, a Raleigh, N.C., native, will join The Greenbrier Golf Pro Emeritus Tom Watson and Kenny Perry and will display The Greenbrier logo on his golf bag in all professional golf tournaments, pro-am golf events and public golf exhibitions.
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