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Campers Light Fire Against Lady Jackettes

By Carl Holcomb Moorefield Examiner The Lady Campers shared stories around the campfire eating honey roasted chicken as Allegany cooked the Hive during a 72-20 victory over the Yellow Jackettes in Moorefield on Tuesday night. Moorefield struggled from the field missing 32 shot attempts and committed 27 turnovers and Allegany[Read More…]

2018 Moorefield Examiner Editions

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Jackets Dominate Inaugural Battle for the Hammer

By Carl Holcomb Moorefield Examiner Moorefield Wrestling crushed the nail with the hammer, staking claim to the inaugural Hardy County Battle for the Hammer trophy defeating East Hardy 54-24 during a trimatch with Keyser JV in the Hive where each team split for a victory and loss last Wednesday. East[Read More…]

Welcome to Hardy Live!

If you are an Online Edition subscriber to the MoorefieldExaminer.com, your same username and password should work to access the site. This site is still ramping up to its full potential. We hope to have everything fully operational by the end of January . . . You have reached content[Read More…]

Jackets Can’t Find Way Through Lost Creek

By Carl Holcomb Moorefield Examiner South Harrison dropped the Yellow Jackets in Lost Creek with a 48-3 victory last Friday, however Moorefield was still kicking through the adversity. “It is pick your poison. We are so young that we’re dumb. We can tell guys to run in there and hit[Read More…]

Town of Wardensville to Initiate Neighborhood Watch Program

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner Residents of Wardensville are fed up with cars blasting loud music in the wee hours of the morning, vandalism in the town park and vehicles speeding through town. In partnership with the Hardy County Sheriff’s Department, Councilman Ed Klinovski told the town council he[Read More…]