Day: July 15, 2014 Archives

TuesdayJuly 15, 2014

Learning the pattern on new water

Finding a pattern on new water.

Staten maximizes his time at LeBron James Skills Academy

West Virginia point guard hone skills, scouts Big 12 foes and recounts a famous hug from years past.

Bon Appetit Appalachia launch celebrated in Charleston

Twenty-one West Virginia culinary destinations are featured in the guide.

Microsoft’s IT Academy to offer IT certification to high school students

A collaboration between the WVDE and Microsoft allows the program to be free of charge.

State Fire Commission: Clarksburg may issue building permits

Cease and desist order to code enforcement office does not apply to issuing building permits

WVU finalizes 2017 season opener vs. Virginia Tech at FedExField

Redskins announce the Mountaineers and Hokies will open season with a neutral-site showdown.

Switzer looks ahead to sophomore campaign with North Carolina

Former two-time Kennedy winner looks ahead to his sophomore campaign at North Carolina.

AP Institute attracting more WV teachers every summer

More than 2,000 educators will go through the program this summer.

Ripley High teacher calls AP courses a lesson in life

Steve Sayre says not passing the final exam doesn't mean failure.

A storm that left its mark

National Weather Service charts straight-line winds through Wood County.

Smallwood faces extradition for allegedly intimidating murder witness

WVU running back allegedly tried to convince witness to make false statement regarding a friend charged with first-degree murder.

Huntington murderer sentenced

He shot two people in 2012.

EPA ‘firm’ in meeting with WV Chamber members

Annual meeting yielded little hope for coal industry.

SSAC works to improve athlete safety

Sports Medicine Committee discusses emergency action plan.

Kanawha circuit judge stepping down

Judge Paul Zakaib has been on the bench since 1986.

Comments on banned animal list already under review

Members of the Dangerous Wild Animals Board will meet Thursday.

Ryan Switzer’s right choice

Ryan Switzer is in a good mood. When I caught up with him on Metronews Talkline Monday, he had just finished a morning workout and was headed for an 11:30 class at the University of North Carolina. ā€œIā€™m very happy down here in Chapel Hill,ā€ said the West Virginia native and former George Washington High