August 7, 2014

Day 4 Practice Notebook

With shells and shorts we've got a good look at The Herd's skill position players.

Proving to be ‘an every-down guy,’ Riddick receives first-team reps

See Allan Taylor's recap of personnel moves from Thursday evening's practice at Milan Puskar Stadium.

Murder warrant issued in Parkersburg baby girl’s death

The boyfriend of the girl's mother is the suspect.

Kanawha County bank robber on the run

It happened on Thursday afternoon.

Work begins on new Boone County hospital

It will replace a facility that opened in 1964.

Ballard’s fire ruled an accident; Fund set up for employees

A fire destroyed the Wayne County plant on Monday.

Many vague returns on Crest’s punt-team experiment

Holgorsen on using freshman QB as return man: "Would it be an option if he was the best one? Absolutely."

Coaches chew on mental toughness as camp hits Week 2

Coach Dana Holgorsen said Thursday he's evaluating "who can rev the engines up" as practice endures.

Kanawha County delegate decides not to seek reelection

Questions have been raised in recent weeks about the residency of Del. Suzette Raines (R-Kanawha).

Tapped in! WVAW to hold WaterFest

Company wants the public to see the inner workings of water treatment following the Jan. 9 Freedom Industries chemical spill.

Last defendant enters guilty plea in Arch Coal kickback scheme

Cash was being paid for guaranteed work for years at the Mountain Laurel Mining Complex in Logan County.

School start dates vary, but the requirements are the same

Several school systems in West Virginia are already back in session, some won't get started until late in August.

2 shot, man charged in Wyoming County

One dead, one wounded, and one arrested in Wyoming County

Herd inks home & home with NC State

Marshall will travel to N.C. State in 2017 with a return trip to Huntington in 2018.

Coming together in Pinch

A long-running reunion will be held in the Kanawha County community this weekend.

Two killed in Gilmer County wreck

It happened on Wednesday.

Sissonville making strides in year four under Smolder

Sissonville made the quarterfinals of the playoffs in 2013 for the first time since 1994.

Hundred cancels 2014 football season

Hornets had only 14 players out for preseason practices.

Big 12 standout Fields transferring to Stephen F. Austin after assault charge

Suspended at TCU and unlikely to be reinstated, the defensive end opts to drop down to an FCS program.

Tight state budget ahead, but no automatic cuts

West Virginia state government agencies will soon receive from Governor Tomblin next fiscal year’s budget request instructions.  Those agencies will respond by proposing to the...

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