Day: November 25, 2019 Archives

MondayNovember 25, 2019

RCB’s Khori Miles caps career as top boys soccer player

Eagles' senior registered 55 goals, 14 assists.

Multiple fire departments put out Spencer structure blaze

The blaze involves a structure on First Street.

Crouch: More needs to be done about attracting, keeping CPS workers

Bill Crouch, secretary of the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources, admits more should be done to boost employment.

Photo gallery: Marshall suffers 2nd league loss at Charlotte

A closer look at Marshall's loss at Charlotte.

West Virginia employment numbers are promising but don’t tell full story

Justice touts decade-best employment figures, but economists say numbers are out of line.

Ravenswood opens new municipal building

The building cost $500,000.

Damage being assessed, cause up in the air in Brooke County plant fire

No one was injured; the cause has yet to be determined.

Mountaineers maintain motivation despite lack of bowl to play for

How West Virginia will find motivation for its season finale, plus other WVU football notes.

Monongalia County leader satisfied with new direction of DOH

County Commission President Tom Bloom says last Friday's meeting was productive.

Junior college cornerback Jackie Matthews commits to West Virginia

West Virginia filled a major recruiting need with a commitment from a junior college cornerback.

Family’s nagging question: Did person of interest in VA deaths say it was an honor to serve?

Russ Posey, a 92-year-old Navy veteran, was recovering when his blood sugar crashed.

Practicing On Thanksgiving Day!

The 2019 high school football season began, officially, the week of August 26th….that was fourteen weeks ago!  And, when the season began that hot week in August, we had 114 teams across the state all striving for several things, including practicing on Thanksgiving Day!  Fast forward to this week, November 25th, and of those 114

Wriston says backlog of highway work improving; staggered bids planned for next round

Deputy highways commissioner says state now within allowable federal highways limits.

Trump deserves censure/reprimand, but not impeachment

The impeachment inquiry has a fundamental problem.  The House Democrats and Republicans, who have handled most of the questioning and been the prominent spokespersons at news conferences, have made black or white arguments. Democratic Representative Adam Schiff would have you believe that the country is teetering at the edge of the abyss. Schiff and Speaker