Day: July 16, 2014 Archives

WednesdayJuly 16, 2014

Topwater turns on, walleyes show up

The weather is lousy, but that's fishing. Sunshine in the forecast for the rest of the week.

CSB urges OHSA to come up with chemical dust standard

Recommendation part of final report into 2010 explosion at Hancock County plant.

Former middle-school prodigy QB commits to West Virginia

Though David Sills no longer carries the hype he did after committing to USC as a seventh-grader, he's still a 4-star recruit with big-time skills.

Freeze-thaw may have led to Freedom leak

U.S. Chemical Safety Board team provides update on Jan. 9 event that started water emergency.

The tanks come tumbling down

Freedom demolition finally underway.

Trial of Upshur County man accused of hiring a killer delayed

Rodolfo Villagomez Correa's trail date was originally scheduled for July 28

Octogenarian fasting for the mountains

Roland Micklem says he's on a spiritual journey to change minds about mountaintop removal.

Charleston Area CVB looks back over past fiscal year

From the water crisis to the renovation at the Civic Center, it's been a busy year.

Linemen Stacy and Locklear lead Spring Valley into 2014 season

Spring Valley heads into the 2014 season behind a couple of D-I offensive linemen.

Allan Taylor compares his ballot to the All-Big 12 preseason squad

Big-hitting junior Karl Joseph is the lone Mountaineers rep on the media's preseason list.

National Republican groups see potential for flips in both state Senate and state House

They'll be getting involved in legislative races ahead of the November General Election.

Herd dominates C-USA preseason awards

Rakeem Cato and James Rouse take the leagues top preseason honors.

Sport Mart closing after 84 years

Competition from various areas has contributed to sales erosion.

Harrison County quadruple homicide trial date pushed back

Test results on evidence in the case against Sidney Muller have not yet returned

Parkersburg Police shoot drug suspect

State Police are handling the investigation.

Hamrick’s gamble on Holliday paying off

Mike Hamrick took a chance on a Doc Holliday five years ago. Now, Marshall football is reaching new heights.

Investigators to provide update on Freedom leak today

U.S. Chemical Safety Board to meet in Charleston.

Rocky probes college sports

U.S. Senator Jay Rockefeller was asking all the right questions during a Commerce Committee meeting on Capitol Hill last week, but he wasn’t getting many answers. The West Virginia Senator, who is free to say exactly what’s on his mind because he is retiring, wanted to know from NCAA president Mark Emmert how the concept