Day: January 16, 2020 Archives

ThursdayJanuary 16, 2020

Lincoln runs away from Colts for 89-50 win

Brynne Williams led the Cougars with 28 points in their fourth straight win.

Balanced Polar Bears net ninth win, 50-41 over BU

Eight Polar Bears found the scoresheet in the victory.

After more than four decades, Duerring retiring from Kanawha County Schools

Ron Duerring has spent the last 22 years as superintendent.

Kanawha-Charleston health board approves vaping ordinance

The board amended the policy prohibiting the use of smoking tobacco products in public places to include electronic cigarettes.

Stollings, Salango officially enter gubernatorial race

Stephen Smith expected to file on Saturday.

Armstead urges lawmakers to review judicial compensation report

Supreme Court chief justice appears before House Finance Committee.

WVU basketball to make Rod Thorn third player with retired number

West Virginia will retire the jersey of one of its all-time greats on Feb. 29 at WVU Coliseum.

Justice, putting Trump’s name on the line for re-election, says he’s been asked to help pitch coal to China

Justice talks about call from Trump while filing re-election papers for the president and himself.

State record for blue catfish is broken again

An unusually windy and warm day in January puts Culloden angler in the perfect spot to land a monster.

Visitation hours extended for fallen firefighter this weekend

Public visitation for Mark Horwich will now start at 9 a.m. Saturday at Roane County High School.

Clorox announces plans for Berkeley County plant

The Clorox Company has filed plans with the Berkeley County Planning Office.

Kanawha prosecutors clear deputies in fatal officer-involved shooting

The investigation into the deputies' actions have concluded.

School bus driver charged with DUI in connection with dramatic Charleston accident

Students on a school bus suffer minor injures and Good Samaritans free a woman from her burning car within seconds of it being engulfed in flames.

Capito readies for impeachment trial

Senator says she takes her responsibility very seriously.

Republican voter registration picking up steam in WV

Yesterday, I wrote about some of the newest figures from the Secretary of State’s Office showing Democratic voter registration at 40 percent, the lowest level in decades. Today, a look at some of the Republican registration figures. Republicans now represent 34 percent (33.62%) of all voters in West Virginia. That is the highest percentage since

Poffenberger, Morgantown rally for 67-65 win at University

Mohigans overcome 50-37 deficit to even season series.