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O’Dell captures second State Amateur title in three years
SAM OWENS | Saturday Gazette-Mail
O’Dell captures second State Amateur title in three years

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS — The top three finishers at the 96th West Virginia Amateur sure took different, long and twisted routes only to end up right back where they started.

After Sam O’Dell opened the...

O’Dell captures second State Amateur title in three years
O’Dell captures second State Amateur title in three years

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS — The top three finishers at the 96th West Virginia Amateur sure took different, long and twisted routes only to end up right back where they started.

After Sam O’Dell opened the...

Casingal, Obecny continue state youth movement
Casingal, Obecny continue state youth movement

There were several factors that left Christian Casingal and Thadd Obecny II a few shots short on Friday at the West Virginia Amateur, the biggest of which was the play of winner Sam O’Dell down the stretch.

But this much was certain: The ...

Kanawha Valley schools dominated at state softball tournament
Kanawha Valley schools dominated at state softball tournament

VIENNA – Kanawha and Putnam County schools made quite a statement at Jackson Park this week, one that echoed all the way down the Kanawha Valley.

Hurricane (Class AAA), Sissonville (AA) and Buffalo (A)...

WVU’s Big 12 share: $23 million

MORGANTOWN — When the Big 12 Conference divided its revenue pie Friday, West Virginia’s share was expected to be substantially more than in the school’s first two years in the league.

As it turns ...

Roundup: Sissonville dominates All-Cardinal softball

State champion Sissonville landed five players on the All-Cardinal Conference softball first team and six on the second team.

The Indians’ Alexee Haynes, Katelyn Linville, Karli Pinkerton, Taylor Legg and Kendal Parkins nabbed first-team...

Casingal, Obecny continue state youth movement
Casingal, Obecny continue state youth movement

There were several factors that left Christian Casingal and Thadd Obecny II a few shots short on Friday at the West Virginia Amateur, the biggest of which was the play of winner Sam O’Dell down the stretch.

But this much was certain: The ...

Coonskin Park debuts footgolf
Coonskin Park debuts footgolf

Starting Saturday, visitors to Charleston’s Coonskin Park will be able to play a new game that combines the precision of golf with the footwork of soccer.

Coonskin debuts Kanawha County’s first footgolf course at 8 a.m., Kanawha...

Ex-Marshall football player indicted on civil rights violations
Ex-Marshall football player indicted on civil rights violations

A former Marshall University football player has been indicted on two felony civil rights violations for allegedly punching two gay men after shouting derogatory slurs at them in April.

Steward...

Police search for Alum Creek bank robber
Police search for Alum Creek bank robber

ALUM CREEK — A man robbed a bank in Alum Creek Friday morning.

The robbery at the Community Trust Bank on Midway Road happened a little after 11 a.m., according to a Kanawha County Metro 911 dispatcher....

WVU business college dean leaving
WVU business college dean leaving

Jose “Zito” Sartarelli is leaving after five years as dean of the West Virginia University Milan Puskar College of Business and Economics.

Sarterelli has been chosen as chancellor at the University of North Carolina-Wilmington....

Man shot by police in stable condition

A man who was shot by the West Virginia State Police on Sunday was in stable condition Friday, according to a State Police spokesman.

Preston Burrows, 25, of Old Fields, threatened the officers, shouted profanities and pointed a handgun at the...

Public colleges across W.Va. raising tuition — again

All but one of West Virginia’s public four-year colleges intend to raise in-state tuition and fees next academic year — most by about 5 percent, and several by more.

That’s...

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