Day: December 6, 2018 Archives

ThursdayDecember 6, 2018

Robertson leads Trinity to 74-55 win over Philip Barbour

Joel Robertson had the hot hand, scoring 35 points to lead the Warriors over the Colts.

$40 million in grants awarded to WVDOT for two specific projects

The money comes through the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Better Utilizing Investment to Leverage Development (BUILD) Grants

A meeting of the minds

7 WVU presidents gather for discussion in Morgantown.

A look back at the highs, lows and oddities from West Virginia’s 2018 season

We take a look back and commemorate the ups, downs and Gary Busey cameo appearances that marked West Virginia's 2018 football regular season.

‘The Sweet Spot’ podcast: Bowl ticket-buyers in limbo over Grier

Episode 58 predicts we've seen the last of collegiate Will Grier and dispels the myth that WVU was screwed over by the bowls selection process.

Even in early December, Pitt looms as a must-win for West Virginia

COMMENTARY MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — It is rare air the West Virginia basketball team finds itself in these days. For all of the wrong reasons. The calendar says we are still 18 days away from Christmas, and generally that is way too early to start talking about the state of any college hoops team. Yet you

Three Guys Before The Game – Next Man Up (Episode 73)

Who skips the bowl? Who steps up in hoops?

No appeal, Lincoln County team to cheer in state finals Saturday

Class AA will now have nine schools competing on Saturday.

Secretary of State’s Office, City of Morgantown respond on wards and boundaries complaint

Roger Banks, serving his third term with Morgantown's Wards and Boundaries Commission, filed the complaint Tuesday over what he described as 'gross inequities' in the current system.

Ribbon cutting marks completion of Huntington residential treatment facility for women with kids

Eighteen apartments are available through Project Hope for Women and Children.

Convicted murderer sentenced in Kanawha County

Todd Chapman says he doesn't remember what happened.

FBI is investigating W.Va. beating allegations, local authorities say

Other investigating agencies include West Virginia State Police, the Berkeley County Prosecutor, the Berkeley County Sheriff's Department and the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department.

Former WVU assistant basketball coach, fundraiser McPherson dies

Gary McPherson was affiliated with the Mountaineers for parts of six decades.

MetroNews high school football ‘Top Plays’ for 2018

Check out the top ten plays from the 2018 season.

U.S. Senate, House will take 2 more weeks with some spending bills

Finalization may hinge on border wall funding.

Clay County woman’s first buck is a winner

Carrie Dunmire of Ivydale, West Virginia is drawn as the winner of our November prize in the Ram Trucks Trophy Photo Contest

Class AA All-State Football Team

Fairmont Senior's Neal named offensive captain, while Bluefield lands five players on first team.