Day: July 2, 2014 Archives

WednesdayJuly 2, 2014

Holliday embracing lofty expectations

Doc Holliday says there are three things that could derail the 2014 season.

GALLERY: Coaches make their marks (and divots) at Greenbrier pro-am

Tony Gibson, Doc Holliday, Frank Beamer and Buzz Williams were on the course Wednesday at the Greenbrier.

Volunteers helping make The Greenbrier Classic happen this week

More than 1,000 volunteers are part of this week's PGA Tour event.

Team USA softball comes to Morgantown

An exhibition is planned for Thursday night.

Appalachia celebrated at Mountain State Art and Craft Fair

The Ripley event is now in its 51st year.

‘Duck Dynasty’ stars come calling at pro-am

From reality TV to the Greenbrier, Jase Robertson and Justin Martin join their buddy Bubba Watson.

Clarksburg Code Enforcement Office ordered to cease operation by AG, State Fire Commission

In a letter sent to the mayor, the commission alleges "agents of Clarksburg have been retaliating against property owners" after the initial complaint filed last week

A grieving mother talks to teens about peace

Deanna McKinney's son Tymel was shot and killed in Charleston just a little over two months ago.

Power contract allows restart at Mason Co. plant

Felman Production to begin recall of nearly 200 laid off workers. Operations restart with approval of flexible deal for electricity.

Mid-year moves allow state to finish in the black

Revenue collections decline for a second straight year, but officials say June's numbers give hope for FY15

Amateurs join pros at The Greenbrier Classic

Jim Justice, the owner of The Greenbrier Resort, recommends conservative play.

DHHR found in contempt

A show-cause hearing on problems at the state's two psychiatric hospitals is scheduled for later this month.

Morgantown to fill key losses with rising talent

Morgantown with significant experience lost, will look to reload with upcoming talent.

Greenbrier Classic coverage from The Old White TPC

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. — Weeklong coverage from the fifth annual Greenbrier Classic.

NAPA Auto Parts Gold and Blue Now: Wednesday, July 2

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — In this edition of the NAPA Auto Parts Gold and Blue Now, Ron Crook looks at the improvement Quinton Spain has made this offseason. We also hear from defensive coordinator Tony Gibson, who names two players that have made significant strides on the defensive line during the summer session.

Body may be missing Hancock County teen

An autopsy could confirm the preliminary identification.

First chikungunya case confirmed in West Virginia

DHHR: The infected person was treated in the western part of the state.

No. 3 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.

Bubba Watson makes WV home

You know how it is in West Virginia.  We hang on to our celebrities.  We don’t have many of them, so when somebody makes it big, we like to remind them—and everyone else—that they are from the Mountain State. I imagine that’s common with a small state.  You just don’t have that many people of