Day: August 19, 2019 Archives

MondayAugust 19, 2019

No threat to Calhoun Middle-High found

An investigation showed there was no immediate threat to the students or the community.

EQT president to town hall: ‘We care about our landowners’

New executive addresses town hall crowd in Bridgeport.

Size only a state of mind for rising walk-on center Adam Stilley

The walk-on from Martinsburg is becoming one of West Virginia's must trusted offensive linemen despite giving up plenty of size in the trenches.

Manchin on possible gubernatorial run: ‘I change from morning to afternoon to night’

U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., previously said he will decide on running for governor after Labor Day.

Parkersburg takes first steps in replacing senior class of 26 players

The Big Reds will feature a younger roster after losing a quality senior class.

Public meeting to be held over Corridor H project in Tucker County

The meeting will allow public to ask questions.

Citynet set to expand broadband in five counties with FCC funding

Citynet President and CEO spoke with MetroNews about receiving $6.5 million.

New trial date in Hardin case

Cabell judge to rule on expert witness request.

Woman killed in Jefferson County crash

Wreck occurred Sunday morning.

Census address “listers” begin door-to-door efforts in West Virginia

Workers verifying addresses to be used in next year's count.

Heat will persist in W.Va. this week

Forecasters say the current pattern will persist until Thursday with cooler temps for the weekend.

Pearl Harbor survivor Wetzel “Sundown” Sanders dead at 96

Lincoln County native waited until 2017 to get Purple Heart.

WVU players and coaches still getting to know new punter Josh Growden

West Virginia is still getting to know new punter Josh Growden, who will be asked to make an impact right away.

West Virginia’s homeowner property taxes are among the lowest in the country

West Virginians pay some of the lowest home-owner property taxes in the country. Figures compiled by the Tax Foundation show that median property taxes in nearly every county are below $1,000 a year and, in some cases, they are a fraction of what homeowners in many other states pay. Earlier this month, the Tax Foundation

AFT-WV launches campaign for ‘Schools Our Students Need’

It's being rolled out statewide as new school years begin in counties across West Virginia.