Day: March 29, 2019 Archives

FridayMarch 29, 2019

No. 22 Sooners keep WVU winless in Big 12 play

No. 22 Oklahoma struck for two early runs against Alek Manoah and held on for a 2-1 win in Friday night's series opener.

Gordon dominates on the hill as Notre Dame defeats Williamstown, 3-1

Elias Gordon went the distance as Notre Dame claimed their fourth consecutive win.

WVU practice notes: Allison looks sharp in two-minute drill

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Jack Allison clearly isn’t among the crowd counting out Jack Allison for West Virginia’s starting quarterback job. The junior may have the outside appearance of taking a back seat to Austin Kendall since the Oklahoma transfer arrived, but he’s still handling himself with plenty of confidence at practice. That moxie was on

Justice wants to work with lawmakers on certain vetoed bills

The governor's office said Friday the bill's vetos were for technical issues.

McConnell named next Colorado State president

Joyce McConnell will take her new position on July 1.

W.Va. Supreme Court issues stay in ‘right-to-work’ case

Attorney General Morrisey tweets out court opinion after asking for stay.

Casino owner terminates deal with sports betting provider

Lottery director says it could be months before Delaware North has sports betting back up and running.

Dylan Tonkery back to full speed in spring after painful groin injury

After missing the second half of last season, inside linebacker Dylan Tonkery is back to full speed for the Mountaineers.

CORRECTION: Logan County school will be open Monday

Superintendent speaks with MetroNews.

State audit: Richwood officials misspent federal flood money, paid friends and family

Richwood Council fires police chief and asks mayor to resign.

Stucky honored in funeral procession

Former judge's body driven by courthouse as county workers pay respects.

One small school administrator backs fourth classification for HS sports

WVSSAC Board of Control will consider the change next week, St. Marys principal believes it's high time the matter of private schools in Class A was finally addressed

A portion of popular Williams River Road reopens

Forest Service expects to have the road fully reopened by June 1st with temporary repairs, and the Federal Highways Administration will handle permanent repairs in the coming months.

Intuit to open ‘prosperity hub’ in Bluefield; up to 500 new jobs possible

Makers of TurboTax and QuickBooks to locate in existing building in downtown Bluefield.

Hanshaw: Senate Bill 3 needed for future internet development

Gov, Jim Justice on Wednesday signed Senate Bill 3, which is aimed at increasing internet access.

Three Richwood officials arrested, accused of misusing public dollars — including flood relief funds

Auditor's Office has spent more than a year going through Richwood's finances.

Governor vetoes medical cannabis vertical integration bill, but fix may appear on special session call

The bill’s lead sponsor is disappointed and sees the veto as a setback for the program set to launch July 1.

I’m off…

… for a couple of days. So, in my absence, I invite you to complete the following sentence.  “I wish just once Hoppy would…” I look forward to reading your responses! My best, Hoppy