Day: July 30, 2019 Archives

TuesdayJuly 30, 2019

Scoutmaster reflects on impact of Scouting

Wednesday is the final day for visitors.

Morrisey open to talking about McKesson settlement funds

His response comes after a bipartisan coalition of lawmakers asked him to hold all related funds so the Legislature can decide the best actions.

Law enforcement working to confirm sighting of Amber Alert suspect

The Arizona Department of Public Safety is investigating a reported sighting Tuesday of Arlie Hetrick.

DOT announces more road projects as low bidder for I-70 Bridges Project identified

Jim Justice’s Secondary Roads Initiative projects list is updated through this year.

Justice signs power plant bill amid controversy over lawsuit

Justice denied knowing of any lawsuit between his companies and FirstEnergy Solutions CEO.

Cautious optimism in Monongalia County over Mylan merger

Monongalia County Commission President Tom Bloom remains positive about the future of Mylan's manufacturing plant in the county.

After recent bond passage, Cowles says 522 bypass “a long time coming”

U.S. Route 522 cuts through Morgan County between Maryland and Virginia.

National Science Foundation sides with Green Bank Observatory

Record of decision issued after 7-year review.

Major highway legislation sponsored by Capito advances through committee

The bill is called largest of its kind in history.

Wood County soldier returns home

A Friday funeral service was planned for Sgt. William "Billy" Friese, 30, who died earlier this month while serving with the West Virginia Army National Guard in Kuwait.

Pedestrian struck and killed in Charleston identified

The driver is facing charges but not from the crash.

WVSWA website to launch Thursday

Puts history of prep athletics in Mountain State on display.

Glenville State interim president settles in ahead of start of fall semester

Dr. Kathleen Nelson's term runs through June 30, 2020.

Mylan reports earnings with merger pending

Total earnings for second quarter $2.85 billion.

Merger could breathe new life into Mylan

The planned merger of Mylan and Pfizer’s off-patent drug business represents the end of an era. Army buddies Milan “Mike” Puskar and Don Panoz started Mylan in 1961 selling pharmaceuticals in White Sulphur Springs. As the generic drug business took hold, Mylan became one of the biggest players in the industry, but it was an