Day: August 11, 2018 Archives

SaturdayAugust 11, 2018

Pettaway contends he can run away from defenders, too

The junior running back wants to enhance his between-the-tackles reputation with second-level separation.

Allison has ‘turned into a guy’ Mountaineers like at No. 2 QB

Notebook: No one in the program wants to tempt a conversation about Will Grier being re-injured, but his backup has made enough strides to make the offensive staff comfortable.

Photo Gallery: North Marion hosts Big 10 ‘Grid-O-Rama’

RACHEL, W.Va – North Marion High School played host to the Big 10 Conference ‘Grid-O-Rama’ Saturday in Rachel.  Nine of the thirteen conference schools participated.  Photos are from the first four games of the event featuring Fairmont Senior, Elkins, Philip Barbour and the host North Marion.  MetroNews will have more coverage from the Big 10

West Virginia hunter trying to bag a wild turkey in every state

Tanner Burns, a teacher and taxidermist from Buckhannon, West Virginia is well on his way to accomplishing a feat only a few have ever done.

Charleston police looking for East End shooter

Separate shootings reported Saturday morning.

Mercer County head-on crash claims life

Wreck occurred Friday evening.

Mother, live-in boyfriend charged in 2-year-old’s death

Troopers say death followed a series of abuse.

Autopsies planned in Parkerburg deaths

A man and his son found dead Friday.

Deputy mayor removed from WVU classroom for fall semester

Mark Brazaitis disappeared for 15 hours when police were called to his home in an attempt to have him involuntarily committed for a mental evaluation.