Day: June 13, 2019 Archives

ThursdayJune 13, 2019

Report: Manchin inching toward running for governor

U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., served as governor from 2005 to 2010.

Justice, highway officials announce additional Route 10 improvement efforts

More than 50 miles of paving will take place on state Route 10 in Wyoming County.

Open letter criticizes diocese for approach to scandals

The letter, dated Wednesday, expresses outrage over the sex abuse and financial mismanagement scandals currently troubling the diocese.

Justice campaigns in southern W.Va., says media overly-focused on education reform

The governor said reporters are ignoring the state's improving revenue totals.

School leaders focusing on wraparound services at KidStrong conference

Around 1,000 school related workers will be participating.

Former Marshall student speaks out about 2016 assault

Pennsylvania woman tells Pittsburgh television station she was enraged when Joseph Hardin was allowed to remain in school.

Morgantown police drop investigation into alleged attack

The alleged victim filed a "discontinue investigation" form and police could not find any evidence an attack ever occurred.

Annual Antero Resource dodgeball tournament to once again benefit area organizations

The annual event got started in 2015 when Antero created fundraising committees in order to give back to local communities.

West, Tallman to lead WVU alumni in ‘The Tournament’

Notre Dame's Jarrod West and Morgantown's Dave Tallman will lead 'Best Virginia'.

Hanshaw: House will consider omnibus bill and individual education bills

Delegates return to special session Monday to consider education legislation.

Kelley embracing challenge of building young University Hawks

University must replace three Division 1 standouts as they reload for 2019.

McElhinny: Legislative focus on fun, fellowship and betterment

Special session just needs an attitude adjustment.