Day: December 10, 2018 Archives

MondayDecember 10, 2018

Notre Dame stays perfect with late rally vs. Lewis, 61-58

The Irish improve to 5-0 with a late fourth quarter rally against previously-unbeaten Lewis County.

Recommendations are set, but work isn’t done for PEIA Task Force

Ongoing problem is estimated $50 million year-over-year cost increase.

Hanshaw announces key members of leadership team

House of Delegates Speaker Roger Hanshaw, R-Clay, said Monday more leadership positions and committee appointments will be announced "in the coming days."

Turnpike Authority reminds public of deadline for EZ Pass sign-up

The last day to sign up for an EZ-Pass before rates on the Turnpike increase is Dec. 31.

West Virginians kick off Wreaths Across America with ceremony at State Capitol

Over 1,700 cemeteries are expected to participate in Wreaths Across America.

Leidos to bring major facility, high-paying jobs to Monongalia County

The company is expected to create between 170 and 250 jobs, with median salaries in the range of $76,000.

Florida man sentenced in multi-state credit card skimmer conspiracy broken up in Monongalia County

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. — A Florida man faces three years in prison over a credit card skimming scam that was used at gas stations in West Virginia. Yarai Fuentes Quinones, 27, of Hialeah, Florida, pleaded guilty to one count of access device fraud-use of unauthorized access device in June. He admited to his role in a

Senate confirms Justice appointments, including former senate president

Bill Cole serving on Bluefield State Board of Governors.

Brady to play in bowl game; Gant chosen team MVP

Marshall wide receiver Tyre Brady will be in action when the Herd meets South Florida.

Former LSU commit Dreshun Miller flips to West Virginia

West Virginia landed a commitment from one of the nation's top junior college defensive backs, who had previously been committed to LSU.

School Building Authority awards 19 counties funding for projects

SBA funded a total of over $72 million worth of projects.

Now a decade old, program that guards privacy of domestic violence victims looks to expand

"It can prevent an assailant from using public records as a means of finding their victim."

Lawmakers urged to approach strong revenue numbers with caution

House and Senate members told pipeline work helping the bottom line.

West Virginia’s David Long, David Sills named to AP All-America team

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Two West Virginia Mountaineers were named to the Associated Press All-America team, which was released on Monday. Junior linebacker David Long was honored as a second team all-American, and senior wide receiver David Sills was named as a third team all-American. It was the second straight all-American nod for Sills, who was

UPDATE: Search for individuals in abandoned mine is stalled

Crews are stalled by obstacles underground and the weather on the outside in accessing the old mine works in Raleigh County where four individuals are believed to be missing.

Clearing, digging out underway after heavy snow in southeastern West Virginia

Public schools were closed Monday in ten of the hardest hit counties.

Teenager killed in Fayette County crash

Wreck happened near Montgomery.

For Christmas I get what I deserve, which is…

I’m on vacation this week, but it’s a staycation so don’t try to take any boxes off my porch! I don’t ask for Christmas presents anymore.  But here’s a provocative question: What do I deserve? Let your imagination run wild and post below what you think I should get from Santa. Merry Christmas to all!