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‘Bones’ Finale Cut Short Due To Donald Trump’s Lengthy RNC Speech

There are a lot of unhappy Bones fans this morning. Fox joined the Season 11 finale two-thirds of the way in last night on the West Coast and other Mountain and Pacific markets after the conclusion of Donald Trump’s unexpectedly long...Show More Summary

8-figure exit fees could mean new Big 12 members not joining until 2018

Here's what it costs to leave the American and Mountain West conferences for a bigger league. Tuesday, the Big 12 declared itself ready to listen to pitches to join the conference. While virtually every non-power would be interestedShow More Summary

Mike's Blog Round Up

Mad Kane: An ode to karmic justice. Zandar Versus the Stupid: A warning about the majestic mountains of West Virginia and the not-so-friendly skies of United. Shakesville: A helpful backgrounder on the failed coup in Turkey. Economist’s...Show More Summary

Rams receiver Stedman Bailey to join West Virginia football staff

Receiver Stedman Bailey, who was placed on the Rams' non-football injury list in June, will join West Virginia's staff as a student assistant coach, Mountaineers Coach Dana Holgorsen announced.  Bailey, 25, is attempting to recover from gunshot wounds to the head suffered last November near Miami....

Stedman Bailey Named West Virginia Football Student Assistant Coach

Former Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Stedman Bailey is going back to college, where he will serve as a student assistant coach under West Virginia Mountaineers head football coach Dana Holgorsen. Per Mike Montoro of the team's website,...Show More Summary

West Virginia's Choice

In this month marked by political conventions, West Virginia has one of its own. Unfortunately, relatively little attention will be paid to the Mountain Party's gathering, even though its platform provides a spot-on prescription for the pollution-plagued state's salvation. West Virginia is in a special rut. Show More Summary

Travel to Far West China (Xinjiang) – Episode 515 Transcript

transcript of Travel to Far West China (Xinjiang) – Episode 515 Chris: Amateur Traveler episode 515. Today the Amateur Traveler talks about deserts and mummies, mosques, markets, and snowcapped mountains as we […] The post Travel toShow More Summary

Stormy weather over Tokyo’s western mountains

The far west of Tokyo is far different from many images of the capital. There’s no neon. No immense swathes of concrete either. Not even many people. Instead, there are trees, mountains and also an abandoned train line. All of which make for an incredibly refreshing contrast. And on a day when a storm is […]

Mountain West looks to move past dismal 2015-16 basketball season

The season of previewing is not upon us just yet, but the season of reviewing the state of each conference most certainly is. We continue with the Mountain West, which is looking to move on from a disastrous 2015-16 campaign. We have...Show More Summary

One Man's Dream City Rises In The Occupied West Bank

A fine slab of carved stone stands out against the wild rocks and shrubs scattered about the mountainous Palestinian landscape. It is a sign that reads “Rawabi,” meaning hills in Arabic, and it points to a narrow path up the slope. As the paved road winds toward the top, the rugged [...]

Hike to Blueberry Mountain, Shell Pond, and the White Cairn Trail

Blueberry Mountain is in the Caribou Speckled Wilderness (of the White Mountain National Forest) in Evans Notch on the border between New Hampshire and Maine. It has great views of the North and South Baldface, East and West Royce, Basin Pond and Shell Pond, without requiring a huge amount of effort to climb. That’s what […]            

Mountain Biker Killed By Grizzly Bear Near Glacier National Park In Montana

US Forest Service Law Enforcement Officer Brad Treat Attacked And Killed By Grizzly Bear While Mountain Biking Near Glacier National Park West Glacier, Montana – At around 2 PM on Wednesday, June 29, Brad Treat, 38, was killed by a grizzly...Show More Summary

Introducing All New Mossy Oak Mountain Country

WEST POINT, MS – Mossy Oak®, the industry leader in camouflage design, is proud to introduce its newest pattern, Mountain Country. This The post Introducing All New Mossy Oak Mountain Country appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.

Eclectic West Texas Destination Wedding at the Marathon Motel

Between long roads that disappear into the horizon, the tallest mountains in Texas, and some of the coolest desert vibes on Earth, West Texas is one of our favorite landscapes for destination weddings. A stunning Casa La Vista ceremony...Show More Summary

Cormac McCarthy Still Alive at 82

Like the brook trout standing in the amber current of the mountains, or the cold grey light that announces morning in the West, Cormac McCarthy is still alive. Thanks to a hoax tweet that was picked up by author Joyce Carol Oates and many media outlets, news of the acclaimed author's death ... More »

Mountaineer men's season basketball tickets go on sale

West Virginia University says new season tickets for the upcoming basketball season go on sale Tuesday at the Mountaineer Ticket Office        

Country Roads, Take Me Home, To The Place I Belong

Little towns throughout the Appalachian mountains in the Heart of West Virginia – Elkview, Clendenin, Kentuck, Anstead…fanciful names that conjure up scenes of a small town southern America, rural yet happy, many living in poverty but with so much richness in community they aren’t bothered by it. Show More Summary

West Virginia’s worst flooding in a century kills at least 20 people

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At least 20 people in West Virginia have died in the U.S. state’s worst flooding in more than a century, and hundreds more have been rescued from swamped homes, government officials said on Friday. The mountainous state was pummeled by up to 10 inches of rain on Thursday, causing rivers and...

Wyoming 2016-17 conference schedule is set

The Wyoming men's basketball league schedule includes nine home contests against Mountain West Conference foes, with rival Colorado State visiting on Feb. 15        

Parowan Gap Petroglyphs in Parowan, Utah

Just a few miles west of the small town of Parowan, and just at the edge of the dry "Little Salt Lake," lies a natural gap in the mountains, covered with hundreds of petroglyphs. They have been there for over a thousand years. Archaeologists have argued that the petroglyphs are in fact a complex calendar system. Show More Summary

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