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Day: August 18, 2018 Archives

SaturdayAugust 18, 2018

Spavital finding situations for Bush to hit ‘home-run shot’

Notebook: David Long wards off vampires, Blackwell dusts off college highlights and a 2-minute drill creates a rulebook debate.

Mon County Commission: Supreme Court told us they ‘couldn’t afford’ requested rent

For more than three years, the commission and the state's Supreme Court have been at odds over what constitutes "a reasonable amount" for space provided for family court.

Turnpike collision claims life of second Parkways worker

PRINCETON, W.Va. — A second state Parkways Authority worker injured in a Thursday collision on the West Virginia Turnpike has died. According to state police, Richard Lambert, 21, of Kegley, died Friday in a Roanoke, Va., hospital. Fellow Parkways worker Nathan Thompson, 42, also of Kegley, died at the crash scene in Mercer County at around 3:40

Yeager Airport begins Capital Jet Center as its FBO

Buyout of Executive Air opens door for state's busiest airport.

Man wanted in Delaware abduction found dead in Grant County

Troopers believe suspect took his own life.

Cooper: Meth seizures five times more than heroin

Cooper said meth's rise in popularity is due to its low price and availability.

Mason County man charged in sexual assault of minor

Troopers say abuse started when victim was eight years old

Elkins native Tyler Phares takes control of Bridgeport offense

Bridgeport's traditional run-dominated offense is under the direction of Elkins native & former Morgantown assistant coach Tyler Phares.

When other recruiters wandered off, Gibson gave Stewart his chance

Jovanni Stewart enjoyed a massive senior season at Katy High, but most Power Five coaches couldn't bring themselves to overlook his 5-foot-9 frame.

Penn State breaks through in 80th minute to take opener

"One mistake cost us tonight,” said Nikki Izzo-Brown, whose Mountaineers (0-1) suffered their first season-opening loss since 2014