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First Friday Coffeehouse opens season

September 8, 2017 MARTINSBURG — When you initially walk into Trinity Orchard House for First Friday, you may think you’re in for a low-key social gathering with quiet guitars and a small cup of actual coffee. more »»

Rosies, other World War II era women, honored

September 8, 2017 HARPERS FERRY — During a nationwide commemoration Monday, four West Virginia women were honored for their service during World War I. more »»

Teen wins big at chili cook off

September 8, 2017 The 14th annual “Hot Monkey’s Big Chili Cook Off” to benefit Cystic Fibrosis was held Saturday at the train station in Shepherdstow. more »»

Fruits of Our Labor

September 8, 2017 more »»

From Fun to Funds

September 8, 2017 more »»

Painting Progress: Library marks $100K raised toward facility fund

September 1, 2017 Town Council and various community members were on hand Monday evening to celebrate a step forward in the fundraising efforts for the Shepherdstown Library’s new facility. more »»

‘Rosie the Riveter’ to be honored Labor Day

September 1, 2017 HARPERS FERRY — On Monday, all across America, a commemoration of the “Rosie the Riveters” will be held. The first Rosie was from West Virginia. more »»

Morgan Co. prosecutor appointed to judgeship

September 1, 2017 CHARLES TOWN — Morgan County’s chief prosecutor, Debra MH McLaughlin, has been selected by Gov. Jim Justice (R) to temporarily fill an open circuit court judge’s seat for Jefferson County. more »»

Fair is culmination of year-long investment

September 1, 2017 KEARNEYSVILLE — Each year young men and women make a choice, in either 4-H or Future Farmers of America (FFA), to raise and then show an animal at the Jefferson County Fair. more »»

Ripe for the Eating

September 1, 2017 more »»

WISH program awards grants

September 1, 2017 The Women Investing in Shepherd (WISH) program awarded more than $100,000 in grants to two community nonprofit organizations and two Shepherd University projects Sunday at the Shepherd Erma Ora Byrd... more »»

Fun at the Fair: ‘It’s like a big family reunion’

August 25, 2017 KEARNEYSVILLE — Following the cars into the fairgrounds on Leetown Road brings an excitement to young and old, as each individual has their favorite part of the week-long event. more »»

Let’s Go Rams: Shepherd set to welcome students for school year

August 25, 2017 While the rest of Jefferson County may already have a week of classes under their belts, Shepherd University students are now anticipating the first day of college. more »»

Kissimmee officer had ties to Jefferson

August 25, 2017 SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — Matthew Baxter, 27, a three-year veteran with the Kissimmee Police Department, was shot and killed in the line of duty Friday, Aug. 18. more »»

#Charlottesville: Vigil held to ‘stand up to hate’

August 18, 2017 Members of the Alt-Right — including various white supremacist groups — took to the streets of Charlottesville, Virginia, last Saturday night to protest the removal of a statue memorializing... more »»

It's Time: Jefferson County schools, students, teachers gear up for brand new year

August 18, 2017 Maybe it’s the long ride home from vacation. Or maybe it’s the eye-catching posters reminding of our annual “Identity Crisis,” or signs for the upcoming Jefferson County Fair. more »»

Events leading up to murder told at trial

August 18, 2017 CHARLES TOWN — “I told them I didn’t want to rob the Mumaws,” said Brady Fitzgerald, the driver of the Ford sedan that last year put him at a fatal shooting scene outside Charles Town. more »»

UMC Peach Festival celebrates 12th year

August 18, 2017 New Street United Methodist Church began a tradition 12 years ago that continues to draw in folks from all around. more »»

Dorfman brings ‘Arabian Nights’ to Speak Series

August 18, 2017 Storyteller Jane Dorfman brought stories from “Arabian Nights” to Shepherdstown on Tuesday, Aug. 8 for the Speak Story Series. more »»

Chamber recognizes new teachers ahead of 2017-18 school year

August 18, 2017 CHARLES TOWN — The Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce hosted the 55th annual Recognition Luncheon honoring new teachers in Jefferson County last Thursday. more »»



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