Day: June 20, 2019 Archives

ThursdayJune 20, 2019

Stuart issues warning after THC candy seized

The product's packaging was clearly marked with warnings about keeping out of the reach of children, but also similar to that of a popular candy.

MSHA: Miner death result of working in unsafe spot, poor training

Adam DeBoard, 38, died in a March 7 incident.

Fairmont Senior’s Zach Frazier joins Polar Bear pipeline to WVU

Zach Frazier will join three former Polar Bears on the WVU roster.

Capito: Senate taking border crisis seriously

The Senate Appropriations Committee on Wednesday approved a $4.6 billion spending plan for addressing problems at the southern border.

Former WVU receiver Marcus Simms to enter NFL Supplemental Draft

Former West Virginia wide receiver Marcus Simms is not transferring to another program after all.

Educators, legislators react to passing of House omnibus education bill

Educators and school service personnel throughout the Mountain State are grieving this West Virginia Day, rather than celebrating the state's history and successes.

Carmichael indicates Senate will OK latest omnibus education bill; Justice says he’ll sign it

Justice says he is pleased with latest version of omnibus education bill.

Fake currency showing up in Greenbrier County

The bills appear to be legally printed training money.

Marshall County cleans up and prepares for more simultaneously

Heavy rains cause storm drains to back up and send water rushing into streets and yards. Some homes are damaged, but officials worry more of the same is in the forecast

Lyons asks fans to ‘be realistic’ about expectations for WVU football in 2019

Athletic director Shane Lyons seems prepared for West Virginia football to face a rebuild in 2019.

Clarksburg mayor reflects on time in office as end of term nears

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. — After two terms in office, Cathy Goings’ time as Clarksburg Mayor is quickly coming to a close. Tuesday, Goings attended her last Clarksburg City Council meeting. “I have to say that I’ve really enjoyed it for the last eight years, and I’ve got to become friends with the members of council, as

West Virginia: 156 bruising years

According to John G. Morgan in his book West Virginia Governors, “The historic morning of June 20, 1863, the official birthday of the 35th state, was cloudy with a threat of showers, but the sun broke through reassuringly.” A crowd assembled outside Linsly Institute in Wheeling, where Arthur Boreman would stand on a platform and