Day: July 4, 2014 Archives

FridayJuly 4, 2014

Hurley primed to contend for first PGA win

Navy vet becomes second-round leader on Fourth of July.

LIVE BLOG: Day 2 at Greenbrier brings fireworks

Allan Taylor provides a second-round look from the Old White TPC.

Two facing charges for Huntington murder

The latest arrest came this week.

Book release comes on second anniversary of Skylar Neese’s disappearance

The new book focuses on what motivated her killers.

House for a hero: Wounded soldier’s family receives home as part of program

Those with the Military Warriors Support Foundation were handing over the keys to a new home to a veteran wounded in Afghanistan during The Greenbrier Classic.

Great golfing weather at Greenbrier

Sunshine and cooler temperatures are on tap for the PGA Tour event.

It’s all about tradition at Mountain State Art and Craft Fair

Every year, the fair attracts some of the best artisans in Appalachia.

Trio of Hurricane baseball rising seniors talk D-I

J.T. Rogoszewski, Trey Dawson and Tate Brock are three Division I baseball commitments from Hurricane heading into their senior years.

Happy Independence Day

(Editors note: This is a commentary I wrote a few years ago and post every Independence Day.) John Adams’ letter to his wife Abigail was filled with enthusiasm, but also carried a tone of foreboding. It was July 1776 and revolution was in the air among the delegates at the meeting of the Continental Congress