Day: August 23, 2019 Archives


FridayAugust 23, 2019

Millions released for June 2016 flood recovery efforts

The funding comes from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Community Development Block Grant — Disaster Recovery program.

WV GOP gathers for summer meeting at The Greenbrier

Republican officeholders to address party members during event.

WVU wide receiver Sean Ryan granted immediate eligibility

With just a week to go before the season, transfer wide receiver Sean Ryan finally got good news from the NCAA.

Charleston doctor awaits sentencing following plea deal

Binding plea places sentencing in 5-10 year range.

Block party and music fest to be held Saturday in Beckley

Five regional bands are scheduled to perform.

Ritchie County’s Rick Haught heads into second year at helm after successful 2018 season

The Rebels qualified for the Class A playoffs in Haught's first season as head coach

Morrisey: New lawsuits go after opioid manufacturers

Lawsuits filed in Boone County against Johnson & Johnson and Teva.

Five injured in horse pull mishap at Jefferson County Fair

The massive horse tandem took off when the connection to their sled either broke or became disconnected and couldn't be stopped until they had run into several people.

After eventful first year, West Virginia tight end O’Laughlin ready to play

Mike O'Laughlin has rehabbed his knee, bulked up and dipped his toes in the transfer portal. Now he's ready to play.

Man dies in Morgan County crash

Vehicle found in a wooded area off U.S. Route 522.

Musselman climbing to Class AAA elite status

The Applemen have qualified for the playoffs in four consecutive seasons.

Tynice Martin charged with domestic battery, cited for possession in separate incident

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — A West Virginia women’s basketball player who was suspended for a violation of team rules on Aug. 3 is charged with domestic battery. Tynice Martin, 22, of Morgantown, is charged with domestic battery by the Morgantown Police Department. Court records list Jason Wingfield of the firm Gianola, Barnum, Bechtel & Jecklin as

ICE enforcement triggers hyperventilated response in Morgantown

Last week, U.S. Department of Homeland Security Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) conducted an operation in Morgantown.  The agency has been extremely vague, saying only in a statement “ICE is not currently conducting any large-scale operations in Morgantown, however, ICE does conduct targeted enforcement operations in compliance with federal law and agency policy every day