Day: December 31, 2018 Archives

MondayDecember 31, 2018

People enjoy free entertainment during annual GoodNight

The night included performances across 10 venues in Charleston.

McKinley talks about shutdown as it continues into new year

President Donald Trump and the United States Congress have struggled to reach a deal to provide funding for around of quarter of the government.

Raleigh County leader says skyrocketing incarceration costs likely to continue in ’19

Commission President Tolliver says the costs of jailing prisoners in the county far exceeded the budget allocation for such expenses in 2018.

Turnpike toll increase delayed until Jan. 15

Parkways Authority makes move following public outcry about EZPass problems.

Rain, above normal temperatures continue as calendar swings to 2019

Temperatures around 30 degrees warmer than this time last year.

West Virginia assistants in the dark as Holgorsen talks with Houston

Allan Taylor's update: Industry source says Dana Holgorsen pushing for deal befitting “a coach who’s winning 10 or 11 games a year and conference championships.”

WVU grants Houston permission to interview Holgorsen as likely exit looms

Houston has received permission to interview West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen, and his departure from Morgantown appears imminent.

Three Guys Before The Game – Smoke or Fire? (Episode 79)

As a new year begins, WVU could very well be hiring a new head coach.

Loss of David Long hurts, but talent remains for 2019 West Virginia defense

West Virginia's best defensive player declared for the NFL Draft, but the Mountaineers may be able to handle life without him.

No injuries in Kingwood fire

Exposures caused initial concern by first responders.

Corps prepares to re-purpose old Christmas trees

The tree that helped bring joy to your holiday season can also make the spring fishing merry and bright as well.

Herd DC Adam Fuller hired at Memphis

Adam Fuller is taking over as the Tigers' defensive coordinator and Marshall is looking to fill that job for the second time in as many years.

Photo gallery: Martinsburg wins pair at Skip Fowler Tournament

The Bulldogs improved to 7-0 on the season with wins over Frederick Christian & Central.

Top WV stories of 2018 (part two)

With the help of Jeff Jenkins, Chris Lawrence and Brad McElhinny, here is part two of my list of the top 12 West Virginia news stories of 2018. 6. Controversy at Commerce, Rise program: When Governor Jim Justice took office, one of his most notable hires was successful businessman Woody Thrasher as state Commerce Secretary.

State park officials expect more participants in First Hike program

Hikes scheduled at 7 state parks, forests Tuesday, Jan. 1.