Day: July 1, 2014 Archives

TuesdayJuly 1, 2014

Former Harrison County process server pleads guilty to felony charges involving oxycodone

Jason Lee Marple admitting to aiding and abetting distribution of oxycodone and possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking

An American milestone: 50 years after the Civil Rights Act

What has changed and what hasn't in the past five decades?

First I-RIDE 79 bus heads to Morgantown

The service offers an affordable travel alternative.

Bubba Watson getting used to making Old White his new home course

Freshly moved into his new Greenbrier home, the two-time Masters winner looks for a winning week.

Kanawha River drinking water will take time

If the river is designated as a drinking water supply, a lot of changes and testing will be required and it will take time

WV AARP worried about proposed rate hike

Those on fixed income face hardest hit if rate increase stands as proposed

Walker prepped for another run at the Greenbrier

After three top-five finishes on The Old White TPC, the current FedEx Cup leader aims to grab the title.

Forecast: Good golf weather later this week at The Greenbrier Resort

Storms could move through Greenbrier County on Wednesday.

Monongalia County woman tells story of bear attack

Kelly Dale talked with MetroNews Affiliate WAJR-AM.

New SBA executive director familiar with the job

David Sneed says he's excited to get started funding and building schools.

R&A extends Watson’s exemption to 2015 British Open

Five-time Open champion joins Scottish officials for announcement at Greenbrier resort.

Anania ready to play with the pros

Brian Anania won the State Amateur and will tee it up in the Greenbrier Classic this week.

A “super” decision from the state Board of Education

Dr. Michael Martirano officially named Superintendent of West Virginia Schools

Weirton man pleads guilty to manslaughter

The victim's body was found in his closet.

No. 4 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.

A victory for religious liberty

James Madison, Founding Father and principal author of the Bill of Rights, said, “The essence of Government is power; and power, lodged as it must in human hands, will ever be liable to abuse.”   The first ten amendments were designed to provide individuals with broad protections against an overzealous government. What has followed throughout our