Day: August 12, 2018 Archives


SundayAugust 12, 2018

Alabama-based Diversified looks to profit from EQT’s Appalachian assets

Diversified Gas & Oil, of Birmingham, Alabama, announced last month it completed the deal to acquire 11,000 wells in Kentucky, Virginia and West Virginia.

Photo gallery: Sunday’s practice at West Virginia

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Images from Sunday evening’s practice at West Virginia.  

Quick fits: Jabril Robinson, Kenny Bigelow ‘diving in full-fledged’

Graduate transfers impress teammates and coaches with urgency to produce on defensive line.

Fairmont Senior’s Bridges to reclassify for 2020

One of the state’s top Division 1 hoop recruits is reclassifying for 2020.  Fairmont Senior’s Jalen Bridges will enter prep school following his final season at FSHS. Bridges released the following statement on Twitter: “After talking with my family, my coaches, my trainers, and close family friends, we’ve came to a decision that we think

NMHS reloads after narrowly missing playoffs in 2017

RACHEL – W.Va – Of the 28 Class “AA” teams that did not qualify for the postseason last fall, North Marion scored the most points with 378.  The next closest team was Berkeley Springs with 320.  The Huskies, who finished 6-4 have the offensive firepower to be a top-tier squad in the Big 10 Conference

Freshman tight end Mike O’Laughlin out with torn ACL

Freshman receiver Dillon Spalding also out for the year after undergoing ankle surgery.

Abandoned pup finds justice, but one of many still in need of home

FAIRMONT, W.Va. — Winston, the now-viral sensation miraculously found alive in a zipped-up cooler bag last month in Rivesville, is regaining some normalcy at the Marion County Humane Society outside of Fairmont. ​With cataracts in both eyes, Winston is completely blind but otherwise in good health and spirit. “His blood work showed a few liver enzymes a little out of

Raleigh County Sheriff’s Office adds 3 K9s

Two narcotics tracking K9s and a trailing bloodhound have been added.