Day: July 31, 2019 Archives

WednesdayJuly 31, 2019

Morrisey leads brief against ruling on Atlantic Coast Pipeline

The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in February the pipeline cannot continue on its current path.

Federal judge throws out lawsuit against Marshall

Alicia Gonzales filed the lawsuit in January, saying the university did not properly handle her case involving then-student Joseph Chase Hardin.

World Scout Jamboree showcases past, connecting scouts to present

This year's jamboree features a miniature version of Brownsea Island and a museum showcasing memorabilia from past World Scout Jamborees.

Growth spurt has Emmitt Matthews excited for upcoming season

West Virginia forwards Emmitt Matthews Jr. is looking for a breakout season after gaining two inches this offseason.

Five players to watch in Class A

Maroon Knights return pair of all-state standouts.

Morgantown native Jedd Gyorko traded to Dodgers

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Morgantown native Jedd Gyorko is headed from one contender to another in the National League. With an hour to spare in Wednesday’s 4 p.m. Major League Baseball trade deadline, the Los Angeles Dodgers agreed to acquire Gyorko from the St. Louis Cardinals, first reported by Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic. Gyorko, 30,

WVU BOG approves three construction projects for $176 million

Construction will start soon at Puskar Center and 2 downtown campus sites.

Man removed from WVU BOG meeting after violating ‘no trespass’ order

Bluefield man suing university in connection with law school.

Body found in Morgantown identified

Still no official cause of death.

Copen the latest in-state pitcher to verbally commit to Marshall

The rising senior pitcher is bound for Huntington in 2020.

Global relationships being built at World Scout Jamboree

Scout leader appearing on MetroNews 'Talkline' said it could help bring world peace.

Capito provisions for Appalachia included in roads and bridges bill

Manchin has released comment on the $287 billion bill.

Lincoln County 911 officials are the latest to question Frontier service with PSC

A complaint has been filed in connection with a 911 outage in Lincoln County and Mason County on July 17, 2019.

Vaping ban on WVU campuses begins Thursday

WVU official discusses the policy on MetroNews 'Talkline.'

DNR moves forward with stream habitat enhancement

West Virginia DNR is into a third year of work to enhance stream habitat for fish and other aquatic life on state lands

Judge gives EQT more time to decide on lawsuit against DEP

Deductions from drilling at the center of dispute.

Minimum wage myopia

Here’s a loaded question: How much do you think you should be paid for your labor? If you’ve been in the workforce, then you probably have a pretty good idea of what your skills are worth, and if you operate a business then you know the value of particular jobs. Of course, many politicians think