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Wednesday July 3, 2019

Putnam County shooter enjoys the long shot

Dave Powell is hoping his skills beyond 100 yards with a bow will pay off this summer with a new ride.

Saturday June 29, 2019

Morgantown junior rifle club begins to flex shooting muscle

The Mason-Dixon Rifle Jr. Rifle Club is starting to flourish with regular trips to national competition and now four shooters at the NCAA level

Thursday June 27, 2019

DNR biologist named Recovery Champion

Janet Clayton has spent 30 years in the water to study and protect freshwater mussels, many are still here thanks to her work. She also stresses the often overlooked importance of mussels in our ecosystem

Friday June 21, 2019

New shotgun facility opens in Lewis County

Stonewall Sporting Clays features the most state of the art clay and trap shooting range in the region

Friday June 14, 2019

Huge turnout expected for 15th Tour de Coal

What started as an effort to clean up a river with a soiled reputation has become a full blown summer festival in Kanawha County

Wednesday June 12, 2019

DNR agreement with Weyerhaeuser aimed at stream improvements

Weyerhaeuser and DNR enter a Memorandum of Understanding allowing for treatment of acid water and stream enhancement projects on watersheds in West Virginia owned by the company, mainly the South Fork of Cherry River.

Saturday June 8, 2019

DNR scales back effort to capture culprit bear in Upshur County incident

Agency urges removal of any food source which might attract a bear into your yard like bird feeders, pet food, or household trash

DNR and PRO stock tailwaters of Summersville Dam

Stocking this week in conjunction with free fishing weekend on the Gauley River

Thursday June 6, 2019

Free fishing this weekend in West Virginia

It's a great time to give fishing a try if you've never been, to reintroduce yourself with fishing if you haven't been in a while, or to take your kids fishing...no license required.

Monday June 3, 2019

Still no sign of bear involved in Upshur County mauling

Officers say Friday morning encounter is an example of how unpredictable any wild animal can be.

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