State's longest serving DNR Director leaving after ten years

DNR Director Frank Jezioro to retire

Longest serving DNR Director in state history leaving office Full Story »


Asian carp confirmed in more W.Va. waters

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DNA samples confirm invasive carp in Ohio and Kanawha Rivers Full Story »

Hunters ready for 2014 buck season

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Weather and mast expected to be factors in hunting success Full Story »

Hunter kills a McDowell monster

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Chad Scyphers of Princeton is keeping the details of his big buck close to the vest until after it is officially scored. Full Story »

Support strong for W.Va. elk

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Large crowd turns out to voice support for the possibility for bringing elk back to West Virginia's coalfields Full Story »

New license plate to feature black bear

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Final license plate in series created by late DNR biologist Tom Allen Full Story »

Sunday hunting approved for Mason and Roane counties

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Voters in seven counties agree to hunting on Sunday in 2014 Full Story »

Longtime DNR figure calling it a career

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Frank Jernejcic leaves the job he's held at the DNR since 1969 Full Story »

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Trout Stocking Report
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Trout Stocking Report

October 8, 2014

Fish and wildlife management in WV braces for a blow

A wave of retirement is sweeping through DNR but the next generation of decision makers for game and fish remains uncertain in West Virginia.

September 23, 2014

Rifle vs. shotgun for squirrel hunting

What's your choice for shooting bushy tails?

September 11, 2014

A history lesson on Gauley Season

The early drawdown at Summersville would happen with or without rafting, plus a new idea for the Gauley fishery.

Ram Trucks on
a Country Road

with Chris Lawrence

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