Day: December 2, 2018 Archives

SundayDecember 2, 2018

Marshall names director of the Great Rivers Regional System for Addiction Care

The new director has more than 23 years of public health experience.

Mizzou dominates West Virginia in SEC/Big 12 Challenge

Amber Smith poured in 28 points and grabbed 13 rebounds in a 68-51 victory at No. 21 West Virginia.

Holgorsen faces unknowns about Spavital, seniors for bowl

Dana Holgorsen and the Mountaineers are headed to Orlando for the Camping World Bowl. Now Holgorsen just has to determine who else will be with him on the sidelines.

Contest seeks West Virginia charitable organizations needing marketing help

Each year, Bricks Without Straw, based in Charleston, chooses one group to provide services to for free as part of the Frank Brown Community Partnership.

Hanshaw will remain W.Va. House Speaker

Hanshaw wins rematch with Finance Chairman Eric Nelson.

West Virginia sent to face old rival Syracuse in Camping World Bowl

West Virginia will meet up with an old rival in Orlando as it tries to salvage a disappointing end to the 2018 regular season.

TFAH study of CDC data indicates W.Va. led nation in drug overdose deaths last year

For the first time in 100 years, life expectancy rate decreased for the third year in a row.

Video is key to determining whether W.Va. police beat teen

State Police have declined to release the video until concluding an investigation of the Nov. 19 altercation.

Class A championship photo gallery: Wheeling Central vs. Williamstown

A closer look at Wheeling Central's 44-15 win over Williamstown.

Murray shines in all phases as Central defends title

WHEELING, W.Va. — Adam Murray’s reputation as an elite defensive player was solidified last season. He became the first sophomore to win the Sam Huff Award as the state’s top defensive player. With eight tackles in the Class A championship game, Murray capped a season where he made 172 stops, 38 of those were for