Month: July 2014 Archives

ThursdayJuly 31, 2014

In & Out: Smallwood back in the fold as Marcellus lost for season

Holgorsen says running back "had a great summer" despite extradition woes and is one of many options remaining at slot receiver.

WATCH: Holgorsen kicks off preseason camp

West Virginia's coach addressed the media Thursday night following the opening practice.

The Stampede with Dave Wilson, July 31

Dave chats with former Thundering Herd ace Aaron Blair, who is now pitching with the AA Mobile Baybears in the Arizona Diamondacks organization.

Fairmont bank robber also charged in connection to Bridgeport bank robbery

It was William Amos' vehicle which tied him to both crimes

Pittsburgh EPA public hearing wraps up Friday

Fourteen UMWA members were arrested outside of the hearing site on Thursday.

Trooper makes arrest after stopping to helped stranded motorist

About $14,000 in cash was found in the man's car.

Harrison County mother accused of exposing kids to drugs

She allegedly took her kids with her to buy drugs.

WVU’s nonleague slate features road game at Northern Kentucky

The Mountaineers also have N.C. State and LSU on the schedule, along with a three-game set against a dangerous field in Puerto Rico.

MSHA chief: healthier future for coal miners begins Friday

Phase-1 of new coal dust rules ready to go.

Dog Days of Summer for shelter animals

Kanawha-Charleston shelter wants to make it more affordable to adopt.

Home rule hopefuls prepare to make their presentations

Six Kanawha Valley cities go before the Home Rule Board on Monday.

Freedom lawsuit deadline nears

Aug. 1 deadline for individual claims in chemical spill case.

Trial date set in ‘gang hit’ murder

Defendants arraigned Thursday.

Trial date scheduled in Kanawha child neglect case

Arraignment Thursday for father whose children were involved in shooting.

Weather, facilities get high marks as training camp continues for New Orleans Saints

A scrimmage is scheduled for Saturday in Greenbrier County.

Early commits are sign of progress

More than a dozen prospects have given verbal commitments to The Herd, a sign the program has what recruits are looking for.

DEP working on ways to address issues with tank law

Small oil and gas operators have said they cannot afford to comply with the law.

Expectations high for Bishop Donahue behind QB Padlow

Bishop Donahue returns a wealth of experience from 2013 quarterfinal team.