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Outdoor Journal Archives


TuesdayJuly 18, 2017

The grass isn’t always greener on the other side of the fence–or the river

Trust looks to be eroding fast in what's happening within Ohio DNR.

FridayJuly 7, 2017

Vacation sometimes gets in my way

There's a story to tell and I'm goofing off at the beach. What the heck man?

FridayJune 9, 2017

A lot rides on budget for W.Va. sportsmen and outdoor lovers

A look at what a government shutdown could mean for those of us who love enjoying the outdoors in West Virginia.

WednesdayMay 10, 2017

Phares was a giant for trout fishermen

Former DNR trout program leader dies at age 75

WednesdayMarch 29, 2017

A farewell to a favorite store

Rapid change is coming to American commerce, like it or not.

ThursdayFebruary 2, 2017

Fala’s departure is a disappointing loss for W.Va.

Nobody was more qualified to do the job and few handled the duties as well.

FridayDecember 23, 2016

Time will tell on the W.Va. elk herd

A few observations about the pros and cons of West Virginia's elk reintroduction.

ThursdayDecember 1, 2016

Deer hunts are a collection of forever memories

My dad was a patient soul as I slowly learned how to become a hunter and a man.

SaturdayNovember 5, 2016

The question of Sunday hunting

There's no good reason to NOT allow hunting on Sunday

TuesdayOctober 18, 2016

Facebook founder proudly eating what he kills

Mark Zuckerberg advocates hunting and fishing for the dinner table.

FridayOctober 14, 2016

Theater of the Outdoors

Just paying attention while you're in the outdoors will amaze you.

MondayOctober 3, 2016

Here come the elk

After more than 100 years, elk will soon be back in the Mountain State

MondaySeptember 26, 2016

MondaySeptember 19, 2016

Observations from a reformed snake-a-phobe

Education is the best way to change attitudes toward snakes, and there needs to be a change.

ThursdaySeptember 1, 2016

Welcome back September

We've reached a special time of year here in Appalachia

MondayAugust 15, 2016

Olympic incentives don’t impact eligibility for NCAA athletes

Thrasher will receive $25,000 for her gold medal performance, but it's allowable under NCAA rules.

MondayAugust 8, 2016

Thrasher’s story started in a deer stand

From a deer stand to the Olympic medal stand, Ginny Thrasher has come a long way in a short amount of time.

MondayJuly 25, 2016

Summertime at Snowshoe is a hidden gem

The coolest spot in West Virginia in the summertime, literally.

WednesdayApril 20, 2016

Tourism won’t replace King Coal, but it doesn’t hurt

Trout rodeo highlights list of "things to do" list in southern W.Va.

FridayMarch 25, 2016

The man I knew as Cadillac

Grieving the loss of a good buddy, but respecting how he'd want me to do it.