By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner Richard Hulver seemed destined for a career in military history. His father, Terry Hulver, was a high school history teacher and his grandfather, Allen Barb was a tank commander in the Korean War. “I’ve always had a deep interest in history, particularly military history,”Continue Reading

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner Jonathan L. Dove, 36, of Wardensville will spend two years in prison and five years on probation after his release. He pleaded guilty to two counts of wanton endangerment involving a firearm in March and was sentenced by Hardy County Circuit Judge C. CarterContinue Reading

By Lon Anderson Moorefield Examiner Fortitude Ranch, a survivalist community in Lost River, recently came to the attention of local residents when it held an open house in April and promoted itself with videos on Facebook. Concerned citizens then contacted the Hardy County Planning Commission which added the ranch toContinue Reading

Moorefield made sensational plays on the turf and surf over the Lady Tide for a 2-0 victory in the Class A state softball tournament elimination final to advance to the championship on Thursday in Vienna. “They stayed up the whole game. We had some really good clutch hits when weContinue Reading

The Yellow Jackets battled in a tight pitchers duel with the winning run coming off the bat of Grant Keller in the fourth inning which was just enough for Moorefield to eliminate Notre Dame 1-0 at Bridgeport High School on Thursday to punch a ticket to the state tournament inContinue Reading

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner Less than a week after the latest school shooting, Hardy County Sheriff Department Chief Deputy Dave Warren spoke to the Board of Education about school safety. The Hardy County Board of Education met on Monday, May 21. “We have always had the best workingContinue Reading

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner The cost of doing business in Wardensville is about to change. “Adjustments need to be made,” Wardensville Recorder Maureen Martin told the town council. “Some are tied to state code and we’re charging too much.” Martin presented a list of Business License fees toContinue Reading

East Hardy High School senior Abigail Wilson signed her national letter of intent to play volleyball for Potomac State College of WVU last Monday. “This is honestly one of the best feelings in the world. Over the years, I’ve completely fallen in love with volleyball and I’ve had such aContinue Reading