Day: May 26, 2019 Archives

SundayMay 26, 2019

Cowboys find their ‘heroes’ vs. West Virginia in Big 12 final

Oklahoma State won 5-2 in Sunday's championship game.

Manchin praises additional $106 million for West Virginia disaster relief

This will be in addition to the $149,875,000 in disaster relief money that West Virginia has drawn down as an outcome of the devastating flood of June 23, 2016.

Alderson Broaddus to offer new degree program in Fairmont

The new program is a Bachelor of Science in Professional Leadership and is geared toward those who have some college but no bachelors degree.

Eastern Panhandle historian recalls origins of Memorial Day

Memorial Day was, at its founding, a very solemn occasion.

Summit Bechtel Reserve to host community appreciation day ahead of global scouting event

There will be no charge to participate in the event, which takes place June 15th.

Analysis: Justice faces multiple courthouse entanglements

Chief executive is dealing with government and business conflicts.

Vintage Theatre Company to raise funds for HOPE, Inc. through cabaret

Vintage Theatre Company's Montani Cantanti is offering "She Will Rise: A Cabaret for Hope, Inc." starting Saturday, June 7, with three different performance times over the weekend.

Memorial Day weekend marks 7-year anniversary of Charleston murder

Bob Snow's body was found in the Elk River May 26, 2012.

Haskins in position to continue elevation of West Virginia tight ends

Jovani Haskins will look to keep tight ends a relevant factor in West Virginia's passing game.

W.Va. lawmakers look toward education ‘betterment’ session

House expects dozens of individual bills, Senate may focus on one big bill.

Class AA state baseball tournament preview

Bridgeport seeks an unprecedented sixth consecutive title.

Bergert begins, ‘Otter’ ends West Virginia’s stunning 1-hitter vs. Texas Tech

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.— It’s merely a three-block bus ride from the West Virginia baseball team’s hotel to Bricktown Ballpark. Yet during that brief trip Saturday evening, something crucial happened: Freshman Ryan Bergert learned he’d be making his first college start. Short notice turned out to be the correct play. Bergert dazzled over five scoreless innings,

OKC notebook: Mountaineers still don’t know their Big 12 title game opponent

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. — West Virginia won’t learn its opponent for Sunday afternoon’s Big 12 championship game until, well, Sunday afternoon. The opposite-bracket semifinal between Oklahoma State and TCU was postponed late Saturday night when thunderstorms and tornado conditions surfaced minutes after WVU eliminated Texas Tech. While the Cowboys (34-18) are projected to host an