Day: September 19, 2019 Archives

ThursdaySeptember 19, 2019

Michael leads Fairmont Senior past Bridgeport, 34-15

Polar Bears' quarterback runs for three scores, passes for two more in convincing road win.

US House passes resolution to keep government open

The U.S. House of Representatives voted 301-123 on the continuing resolution.

Highlights: Fairmont Senior defeats Bridgeport 34-15

Check out all the big plays from the Polar Bears' win at Bridgeport.

Koennings to renew ancient family rivalry when WVU visits Kansas

West Virginia defensive coordinator Vic Koenning and Kansas offensive coordinator Les Koenning have a history that goes way, way back.

Clarksburg welcomes 7 new police officers

The police department grew to 40 officers with Thursday's ceremony.

Harrison-Clarksburg Health Department ends harm reduction program

The Harrison-Clarksburg Health Department has voted to close its harm reduction program.

Southwestern Report: Week 4

Cabell Midland looks to stay unbeaten, while Spring Valley and Huntington try to respond from losses.

Eastern Panhandle Report: Week 4

Musselman and Martinsburg both face quality out-of-state opponents, while Keyser welcomes Weir.

No cost increases are being proposed for next year for West Virginians insured through PEIA

The plan remains stable as it is set to be reviewed by the public for coming fiscal year.

Eastern Panhandle delegates taking counts, talking with commuters as threat of MARC rail cuts loom

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — You could call it a “boots on the ground” approach to clarifying numbers and listening to the concerns of Eastern Panhandle commuters. On Thursday’s MetroNews Talkline, Del. Jason Barrett (D-Berkeley, 61) said he is part of a team of delegates waking up early to talk to West Virginians who ride the MARC

Celebrating hunting and fishing this weekend in West Virginia

The annual National Hunting and Fishing Days activities are this Saturday and Sunday at Stonewall Jackson Lake State Park.

Northern Panhandle Report: Week 4

Wheeling Central tries to bounce back, while Weir faces a stiff road test at Keyser.

Movin’ on up: Freshman Jefferson makes quick ascent up depth chart

Jordan Jefferson, the youngest player on West Virginia's roster, has quickly gained the trust of the coaching staff.

Southern Report: Week 4

Shady Spring and Independence meet in a matchup of 2-1 teams in Class AA.

W.Va. unemployment rate hits lowest in a decade, but still behind national average

Justice credits administration's work for economic performance.

Morrisey sues Johnson & Johnson over surgical mesh marketing

Morrisey says the company took away the doctor's abilities.

Another victim is named in suspicious deaths at Clarksburg VA

Autopsy concludes death is suspicious, identifies four insulin injection points.

West Virginia has eyes on Kansas’ talented backfield duo

Mountaineers believe top two running backs in Big 12 are Jayhawks Pooka Williams and Khalil Herbert.