Day: December 9, 2019 Archives

MondayDecember 9, 2019

Dial to become Huntington city manager

Huntington Police Chief Hank Dial has been with the police department for 28 years.

West Virginia, 17 other states challenging US Circuit Court’s ruling on Atlantic Coast Pipeline

Eighteen states filed a brief Monday asking the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a December 2018 decision by the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals.

West Virginia cracks women’s Top 25 after win over Mississippi State

West Virginia made its way into the Associated Press women’s basketball Top 25 following Sunday’s upset win at then-No. 10 Mississippi State. The Mountaineers (6-1) are ranked 22nd in this week’s poll, making them the only previously unranked team to jump into the Top 25 this week. West Virginia and No. 6 Baylor are currently

Carmichael says controversial photo a “teachable moment”

Senate president says everyone involved should lose their jobs.

Kanawha BOE approves Lewis County company bid for Herbert Hoover work

Doss Enterprises' bid was $6.5 million less than the second lowest.

W.Va. health care deal chugged along for months before sudden termination

Insurance commissioner says result could help heal rift with CAMC.

Logan legend Mark Hatcher passes away at 66

Hatcher was a two-time all-state selection on the hardwood.

WVU law school student explains $100,000 win

Tyler Gordon will pay student loan debt with Dr. Pepper context winnings.

Game broadcast: 2019 WVSSAC Class A football championship

WHEELING, W.Va. — Check out the game broadcast of Wheeling Central Catholic’s 38-21 win over Doddridge County in the Class A state championship game. (Game broadcast produced by Pikewood Sports)

Bonus photo gallery: Martinsburg claims Class AAA title

WHEELING, W.Va. — Bonus photo gallery from Martinsburg’s 49-21 win over Cabell Midland in the Class AAA state championship game. (Photo gallery courtesy of John Hagley Photography)

Mohigans want to go “Back to the Future” as search for new football coach is underway

Applicants, who believe they can lead Morgantown back to the program that dominated AAA football for nearly 20 years, have until Jan. 10th to submit their resumes.

Monongalia County residents trek to Canada for low-cost insulin

The trip was organized by West Virginia Insulin For All.

Nazi salute warrants house cleaning

So, what are you supposed to do when members of a Division of Corrections class of trainees give the Nazi salute? You clean house, that’s what. Last week, the now infamous photo emerged of a corrections training class at the Glenville academy showing most of the men and women with arms raised in what is