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Hicklen, Jones lift Lexington over West Virginia 6-4
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) -- Brewer Hicklen singled three times, also stealing two bases as the Lexington Legends defeated the West Virginia Power 6-4 on Saturday.
Rising RB Tyler Goodson names West Virginia, Iowa State in top 8
With 25 offers to consider, Suwanee (Ga.) North Gwinnett running back Tyler Goodson cut his list of options to just eight finalists, and West Virginia and Iowa State each survived the cut.
Flood warning continues along Potomac River in West Virginia
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. (AP) — Flood warnings continue along the Potomac River in West Virginia's Eastern Panhandle after several days of heavy rains.The National Weather Service says the river at Shepherdstown was more than 2 feet above flood stage Sunday morning and was expected to fall below flood sta
The rise of homeschooling in West Virginia, Crouse: 'I've seen a shift in how people view home school'
“I’ve seen a shift in how people view homeschool, for sure,” said Kathie Hess Crouse. “Just personally, I have seen that with a lot of my friends because I’m so open about how we homeschool. So many people think that public school is the only way to go until they meet someone who has actually homesc
'Buckwild' producers plan new reality show in West Virginia
Morgantown native J.P. Williams, one of the executive producers, said the new series will feature a stronger female cast and include more humor.
Black mold prompts inmate relocation in West Virginia
The statement says black mold was found in the Anthony Center's main building, which includes administrative offices, the facility's kitchen, gym and some housing units.
Stephen Smith on the Corporate Domination of West Virginia
“We didn’t do this to ourselves,” Smith told Corporate Crime Reporter in an interview last week. “We sometimes believe the stereotypes and hype that gets lobbed against us. For generations, corporations, often with the help of the federal government, have done a really good job of systematically rob
Camp uses West Virginia's coal as creative tool
Found in the hills and valleys of McDowell County lies a rarity of art originating from West Virginia's rich coal history. Coal Camp Creations, located in Kimball, takes what was …
West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen calls Will Grier ‘best quarterback in the country’
“I do think we have the best quarterback in the country coming back. It’s my job to continue to coach him, to get him prepared for the upcoming season. The better he does in the upcoming season, the better his future is going to be.” — West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen
State officials warning about longhorned ticks in West Virginia
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) -There could be a new tick lurking in West Virginia, according to the state Department of Agriculture.
West Virginia’s Will Grier among best returning deep-pass QBs in 2018
Baker Mayfield and Mason Rudolph finished atop the list, but both graduated from Oklahoma and Oklahoma State, respectively, after the 2017 season and were drafted last month.
West Virginia University edged by Baylor to tie series
HD MediaMORGANTOWN - The West Virginia University baseball team lost the second game of a three-game series to Baylor, 4-1, on Friday afternoon at Monongalia County Ballpark.Just like in Thursday night's 2-1 victory, the Mountaineers (27-24, 9-14 Big 12) trailed 1-0 early but tied the game at 1-1, F
Capito, Justice Announce Opportunity Zones in West Virginia; Three Located in Huntington
The City of Huntington has three designated zones: West End, Downtown, and Guyandotte.Opportunity Zones were created by a legislative provision co-sponsored by Senator Capito in theTax Cuts and Jobs Act. Qualified Opportunity Zones will retain the designation for 10 years.“Congress passed and Presid
West Virginia has a good story to tell
And, to a degree, he’s right. West Virginia has a good story to tell. And we — meaning all residents, not just the media — far too often sell the Mountain State short.
2018 West Virginia high school track and field state meet -- final results
Doddridge County 89; 2. Williamstown 68; 3. Charleston Catholic 66; 4. Wheeling Central 58; 5. Buffalo 49; 6. Tucker County 35; 7. Clay-Battelle 25; 8. Trinity Christian 22; 9. Gilmer County 20; 10. South Harrison 16; 11. Ritchie County 15; 12. St. Marys 14; 13. Magnolia 12; 14. (tie) Madonna, Notre
West Virginia governor calls lawmakers into special session
With Chief of Staff Mike Hall at his side, Gov. Jim Justice speaks during a news conference at the capitol building on the fourth day of statewide walkouts in Charleston, W.Va., Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2018. Striking teachers are to return to the classroom on Thursday, Justice said in announcing he is off
Red Riders, Bruins runners rack up wins at West Virginia track meet
The 4×400 relay team of Jason Beisel, Ethan Herrick, Pat Mirandy and Brooks Parsons ran off with a first place finish in a time of 3:31.22, a new Class A state meet record, to guarantee the hardware was going back to New Martinsville.
Amanda Mitchell’s Lifelong Involvement With Wrestling Leads To WVU Staff Position – WVU | West Virginia Mountaineers sports coverage – Blue Gold News
Michigan native Amanda Mitchell doesn’t get much reaction to her presence in the typically male-dominated sport of wrestling, at least from inside the tight-knit community. She’s been around the sport her entire life, and has been accepted by those in the wrestling community.
West Virginia Lawmakers Hear PEIA Task Force Update
The West Virginia Legislature’s Select Committee on PEIA, Seniors and Long Term Care heard a presentation from Helen Matheny, who serves as convener of the Legislative and Public Outreach Subcommittee for the PEIA Task Force. She also works as director of collaborative relations and initiatives at W
West Virginia Oil & Natural Gas Association, environmental group argue over study
The West Virginia Oil & Natural Gas Association said the University of Cincinnati study, slated to be published in the June issue of“Environmental Monitoring and Assessment,”is more research showing no impact on groundwater from shale gas development.