Day: December 10, 2019 Archives


TuesdayDecember 10, 2019

Balanced Polar Bears improve to 3-0 with win over East

Fairmont Senior faces a key test Thursday at North Marion.

Governor, first lady join West Virginians in celebrating holidays

Dozens of West Virginians, including Gov. Jim Justice and First Lady Cathy Justice, celebrated the holiday season on Tuesday with the annual Joyful Night celebration at the state Capitol.

Williamstown football coach Terry Smith resigns after 16 seasons

Yellowjackets reached the playoffs every year under Smith.

With running back Constant out of the picture, where will WVU turn?

After moving from running back commit Lamy Constant, West Virginia is honing in on a former Alabama high school star in the junior college ranks.

West Virginia businesses honored for exporting to new countries

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — More than two dozen West Virginia companies and many more individuals working for those companies were honored Tuesday at the state Capitol for successfully exporting to a new country in 2018. The honorees received the Governor’s Commendation for International Market Entry Award inside the Governor’s Reception Room on the West Wing of

Bonus photo gallery #2: Martinsburg claims 8th title in 10 years

WHEELING, W.Va. — Photo gallery from Martinsburg’s 49-21 win over Cabell Midland in the Class AAA state championship game. (Photos courtesy of Christopher C. Davis/@EP_BigCameraGuy)

Stollings says “getting arms around” opioid epidemic key to state’s future

Dem candidate for governor talks says money spent up front on children will be key.

Cabell sheriff welcomes plans for new I-64 exit near Culloden

Sheriff Chuck Zerkle both Cabell and Putnam counties would benefit.

Annual Marshall football toy drive set for Saturday

Thousands of dollars worth of toys are collected.

Generation West Virginia launches year four of Impact Fellowship program

The program has received 800 applications since beginning in 2017.

West Virginia grower reports ‘ample supply’ as Christmas tree season continues

Ed Grafton, owner of Berry Fork Enterprises, has seen a lot of Christmas tree farms close in West Virginia since he planted his first tree in Braxton County in 1973.

Moore: Jump Start Savings Plan could be a boost for W.Va.

Republican candidate for West Virginia Treasurer Riley Moore spoke to WAJR-AM on Tuesday.

Following veterans’ unexplained deaths, Manchin and Capito introduce bill aimed at VA hospital transparency

Lawyer for families says legislation is a good step, but pushes VA to reach out to victims.

High school basketball ‘4-Class’ classifications set

The new system will be in place starting in the 2020-2021 season.

CareSource MetroNews Top Plays of the Super Six

Check out all the best plays from the three state championship contests.

Stephen Smith goes big on economic overhaul

As I have written here before, Stephen Smith is running an impressive campaign for the Democratic nomination for Governor of West Virginia.  He is smart, energetic and a tireless campaigner. His “small ball” fundraising is working.  Smith’s campaign has reported raising nearly one-half million dollars so far, much of it through donations of $5, $10,

Class A All-State Football Team

Doddridge County tailback Hunter America captains squad.