Month: June 2014 Archives

FridayJune 27, 2014

FestivALL wraps up with fun for the family

From arts fairs to Blues, Brews and BBQ, there's something for everyone.

BBQ and wine help wrap up FestivALL

Back to back events feature music, food and libation.

Mother, son killed in Logan County head-on crash

Victims were trapped in wreckage.

The Stampede with Dave Wilson, June 26th

Dave talks with Marshall soccer coach Bob Gray about the World Cup and the upcoming season.

WV AFL-CIO to honor Rockefeller

Lifetime achievement award to be handed out Friday.

Trickett is West Virginia’s only option at winning in 2014

The senior quarterback would like to see what he's capable of when healthy for a full season. Allan Taylor's column says Trickett was clear-cut incumbent for the job.

No. 6 on list of Most Pivotal Players for WVU in 2014

Allan Taylor counts down the swing positions that could be crucial for the Mountaineers next season.

WV judge awaits Virginia decision on same-sex marriage

West Virginians, who are anxious for legal guidance on the issue of same-sex marriage, should keep an eye on neighboring Virginia.   West Virginia U.S. District Court Judge Robert C. Chambers decided recently to postpone his decision in a same-sex case here pending the outcome of a legal challenge to the Commonwealth’s definition of marriage.

ThursdayJune 26, 2014

WV TAP done; Tomblin calls for additional CDC studies

The final WVTAP report included what qualified as "safe" water and recommendations for similar situations in the future

Choice for new school superintendent sees ‘natural fit’ with Mountain State

Dr. Michael Martirano says he's 'chomping at the bit' to get started.

Mosquito-borne virus suspected in WV

DHHR says would be first confirmed case of

Search on Summersville Lake

Man went missing Wednesday.

The summertime float

When the heat is on, you'll find fish in the swift water

Hazelton inmate found guilty in assault of correctional officer

Edward C. Crow was found to have used a spear he manufactured himself to stab the officer through the food slot on his cell door

West Virginians caught up in World Cup fever

Longtime and new soccer fans say they are okay with the loss because the USMNT advances to the next round

Tomblin makes personnel changes

He says moves will strengthen Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety.

Bank robbery plea in Kanawha County

Man faces prison time in August sentencing.

Man was allegedly going to bomb playground

Local and federal authorities raid home in Evans.

Pending superintendent hire gets early high marks

A superintendent from Maryland won the board's vote.