Day: July 3, 2014 Archives

ThursdayJuly 3, 2014

Blissful Blixt picks up where he left off last year

Defending Swede fires opening round 6-under, but 16 golfers lurk within two shots.

Bubba aims for early strike Friday

A morning tee time has the new Greenbrier resident hoping to make up ground in the second round.

Woman sentenced after embezzlement from credit union

Lisa Marie Farrell will serve five years on probation and pay restitution.

Selling West Virginia at The Greenbrier Classic

Tourism officials are reaching out to the thousands of visitors.

One dead, one charged with murder in Kanawha County

Investigators say the suspect found his ex-girlfriend with another man.

Wood County man dies in church accident

It happened earlier this week in Parkersburg.

The Stampede with Dave Wilson

Dave talks with Marshall AD Mike Hamrick about the curent state of college athletics.

Which town has the best Independence Day celebration?

MetroNews talked with officials in Ripley and Alderson about the title.

Fayette doctor could spend decades behind bars

Investigators said he traded pills for sexual favors from patients.

A rush ahead of the Saints

Officials at The Greenbrier Resort promise the training facility will be finished before the start of camp for the New Orleans Saints later this month.

Forecast perfect for long holiday weekend

Arthur's effects to be minimal on WV as temperatures cool and humidity and rainfall disappear

High marks as The Greenbrier Classic continues

The competition continues into the weekend.

LIVE BLOG: Greenbrier Classic starts with hot Blixt, sick Justice

Allan Taylor's live updates from the first round of the Old White TPC.

No. 2 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.

Blixt back to defend, but MetroNews staffers don’t see a repeat

The Swede is too inconsistent—and other players too enticing—as our panel makes its Greenbrier predictions.

Greenbrier Classic Notes

–WVU basketball legend Hot Rod Hundley turns 80 in a few months and he faces some health challenges, but he can still play a little golf.  When the second group in the Pro-Am teed off yesterday just after 7 a.m., there was Hundley.  He hooked his tee shot off one and only made it through