Month: November 2019 Archives

FridayNovember 29, 2019

Double shooting in Nicholas County

Investigation underway following Friday incident.

Late heroics lift West Virginia to season-ending win at TCU

West Virginia stunned TCU with a late touchdown to finish the 2019 season on a winning note.

What to watch for: FIU at Marshall

Marshall needs a win and help to play in next week's conference title game.

Scoring summary: Late Esdale TD catch gives WVU 20-17 win at TCU

Live scoring updates from the West Virginia-TCU season finale.

Roberts comes out against GOP proposal on multi-employer pension plan

Senators Chuck Grassley (R-Ia.) and Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) released the proposal.

West Virginia looks to end trying season on a winning note at TCU

Last game of season Friday afternoon in Fort Worth.

Winds die down at site of Pendleton County wildfire

Rolling debris creating hazards for firefighters.

Herd men’s soccer coach Chris Grassie suspended 8 games

Junior midfielder Pedro Dolabella also faces four-game suspension.

Power crews make quick work of wind-related outages

Most everyone back on by Wednesday morning.

Holiday weekend brings 10th year of Small Business Saturday

"Small Business Saturday's essential," said Karen Friel, West Virginia district director for the U.S. Small Business Administration.

North Central Report: Week 14

Fairmont Senior, Bridgeport and Doddridge County are at home on semifinal weekend.

A Thanksgiving holiday prayer

(I posted this Thanksgiving holiday commentary several years ago.) This Thanksgiving holiday we face constant reminders of our divisions and personal challenges. Disagreements extend from spats among family members all the way to violent conflicts between countries and religions to our own health and well-being. But we should also be reminded that there exists a

Class AA All-State Volleyball Team

Skye Stokes of state champion Oak Glen chosen captain.

ThursdayNovember 28, 2019

Northern Panhandle Report: Week 14

Wheeling Central Catholic and Oak Glen hit the road seeking a spot in the Super Six.

In search of bargains

Special offers were bringing out holiday shoppers starting on Thanksgiving Day leading into Black Friday.

Capito visits troops overseas, discusses Afghanistan operations

U.S. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., went to Kuwait and Afghanistan before Thanksgiving.