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Colombo & Stuhr - the resources to win, small enough to care.

At the law offices of Colombo & Stuhr we bring the resources to the table that few firms can while giving you the personal representation that you deserve. We believe that any person that is injured by the negligence of another is entitled to representation by lawyers who care. Insurance companies work hard to defeat every claim, let us work hard for you, to get the results that you deserve.

We have the experience, resources and knowledge necessary to achieve the goals of our clients, obtaining the best possible result. Our personal injury law firm is proud of our experienced support staff that is highly motivated and dedicated to the service of our clients. Our attorneys and staff strive to build lasting relationships and trust with our clients while working hard to get the results they deserve.

Let our experienced attorneys go to work for you, Let us help you win.

Hoppy Kercheval
Magic 106.5

Hoppy KerchevalThe radio "dean" of West Virginia broadcasters, Hoppy Kercheval joined West Virginia Radio Corporation in 1976. Through the years Hoppy's assignments have spanned the gamut to include news, sports, and talk.

A native of Summit Point in Jefferson County, Hoppy began as a news anchor/reporter at WAJR in Morgantown while still attending West Virginia University. After graduating with honors from WVU, Kercheval took over as News Director at WAJR and began carving an identity as the state of West Virginia's most professional and respected journalist.

A founding father of Metronews, Kercheval served as News Director until assuming the role of Vice President of Operations in 1991. In 1993, he created Metronews Talkline, which has become a signature program of the network. Hoppy's gift of interviewing has made Talkline a must-listen for lawmakers and anyone interested in state politics and the day's top news events.

In addition to his Metronews assignments, Kercheval has been a key member of the Mountaineers Sports Network. His pre-game, halftime, and post game scores and highlight features have become a staple of MSN broadcasts.

An avid traveler, Hoppy's adventures have taken him to fifteen different countries including Central and South America, Europe, and Asia.
  Jack Logar
Magic 106.5Jack Logar

Surprisingly, I began my broadcasting career as a news man. I spent my first three years behind the microphone doing morning drive news in north central West Virginia. In 1997, I made the transition to hosting an afternoon radio show. Soon, I developed the entertainment philosophy I've used ever since... pointless behavior and plenty of it.

In January of 2003, I was hired by West Virginia Radio Corporation to host the MAGIC Morning Show on MAGIC 106.5 in Clarksburg. The morning drive slot required me to draw on my experience in both news and live broadcasting. As a native West Virginian, I also saw it as an opportunity to become more involved in the area and do something positive for the people of my home state.

When I was approached to participate in the American Scholar Contest, I thought it was a great idea and I was genuinely surprised by it's magnitude. This is a contest that goes far beyond what people have come to expect from a radio station. Our first year was a great success and this year looks to be even bigger. I look forward to being there again when our winner is announced. Best of luck to you!