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Marshall basketball: Canty to transfer to Auburn, according to reports

Kareem Canty will have a new college basketball home.

The freshman point guard, who was a Conference USA all-freshman and third-team all-conference pick last season for Marshall, will transfer to Auburn and new coach Bruce Pearl, according to...

Marshall basketball: Canty to transfer to Auburn, according to reports

Kareem Canty will have a new college basketball home.

The freshman point guard, who was a Conference USA all-freshman and third-team all-conference pick last season for Marshall, will transfer to Auburn and new coach Bruce Pearl, according to...

Magnolia gets by Sissonville 3-2
Magnolia gets by Sissonville 3-2

It’s not always pretty in prep baseball, so winning close, ugly games becomes a necessity.

On Saturday, Magnolia was able to pick up such a victory.

The Blue Eagles made one or two fewer mistakes than host Sissonville and pushed...

Luck encouraging fans to join amateurism debate
Luck encouraging fans to join amateurism debate

If you’re fascinated over the debate sparked by Northwestern athletes’ attempt to unionize, you’re not alone.

You should talk to West Virginia athletic director Oliver Luck.

In fact, he’s encouraging it....

Syvertson used punting to get foot in the door with Mountaineers
Syvertson used punting to get foot in the door with Mountaineers

MORGANTOWN — There has come a point in every one of West Virginia’s spring football games over the years when a player does something and everyone in attendance is left wondering, “Who is that guy?...

Mirabal taking O-line’s growing pains in stride

HUNTINGTON — Had Marshall’s quarterbacks not worn those red no-contact jerseys in the Thundering Herd’s intrasquad scrimmage Friday afternoon, they would have been aching come Saturday morning....

Roundup: Elmore, Cato among VAD honorees
Roundup: Elmore, Cato among VAD honorees

Twenty-six all-state athletes or state championship coaches from Kanawha and Putnam counties will be among those honored at the 68th annual Victory Awards Dinner on Sunday, May 4 at the Charleston Civic Center.

Two new members of the West...

Prep sports: Buffalo wins AA-A title at Best of the Best

Buffalo scored two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to hold off Sissonville 8-4 Saturday in the Class AA-A championship game of the Best of the Best Softball Classic at Buffalo High School. Courtney Allen went 2 for 2 and Ali Burdette added two...

Prep baseball linescores, schedule — Apr. 19

Huntington Wooden Bat Tournament

Friday’s results

Bridgeport 6, Hurricane 4

Huntington 5, Morgantown 1

Saturday’s results

Morgantown 4, Hurricane 1

Bridgeport vs. Huntington, late...

Prep softball linescores, schedle — Apr. 19

Best of the Best Softball Classic

At Buffalo

Class AAA

Friday’s results

Field 1

Logan 14, Shady Spring 0

Lincoln County 14, Shady Spring 0

Logan 8, Winfield 7

Lincoln County 12, Winfield...

Review: ‘Trials Fusion’ keeps ‘one more try’ mantra alive
Review: ‘Trials Fusion’ keeps ‘one more try’ mantra alive

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — “One more try.” More than anything, those three words describe the undeniable appeal of Ubisoft’s “Trials” franchise.

Through all the moments of controller-slamming frustration...

Putnam Farmers market open more days this year

The Putnam County Farmers’ Market, now in its fifth year, is adding days this summer.

President Chrissy Foster said the market, located at the Hurricane City Park entrance, will now be open 4-7 p.m. on Thursdays from June through mid-...

For one day at least, records rule the East End
For one day at least, records rule the East End

By David Gutman

Staff writer

If, on Saturday, you wanted a vinyl copy of the never before released Nirvana album “Pennyroyal Tea,” you had a couple options. You could wait in line at Sullivan’s Records, in Charleston,...

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News

United Way thanks Capitol Club members
Putnam Farmers market open more days this year
Body found in woods near Elkview
Richard Campbell Silman, noted architect, dies
Non-compliant insurance plans get 3-year stay

Business

James River Coal wants to auction off business
Rockefeller, state officials look for Poca warehouse solution
Farm-to-table food trend spurring business opportunities in the Mountain State
Dutch Miller buys South Charleston auto dealership
Frontier, CWA extend contract a fourth time

Opinion

Editorial: Some thoughts on the season of rebirth
James D. Felsen: Medicare data release a political sham
Vent line: April 19, 2014
Editorial: Bloomberg’s courageous crusade
Readers’ Voice: April 19, 2014

Sports

Magnolia gets by Sissonville 3-2
Luck encouraging fans to join amateurism debate
Syvertson used punting to get foot in the door with Mountaineers
Mirabal taking O-line’s growing pains in stride
Roundup: Elmore, Cato among VAD honorees

Life

Write Your Own Column: What happened to the Easter bonnet?
Spring flower swap upcoming in Braxton
WV Travel Team: What to do in medical emergencies abroad
Wine classes to benefit needy hospital patients
Skateboard deckorator: Exhibit by deck artist ramps up at HMOA

A&E

Review: ‘Trials Fusion’ keeps ‘one more try’ mantra alive
Arts Notes: April 20, 2014
Skateboard deckorator: Exhibit by deck artist ramps up at HMOA
At Clay Center, fly tying is both art and science
For one day at least, records rule the East End

Outdoors

At Clay Center, fly tying is both art and science
Scott Shalaway: Stinky roots and delicious mushrooms
Turkey Federation spearheads habitat-improvement efforts in W.Va.
Archery tourney allows kids a chance to shine
Outdoors Calendar — April 20

Obituaries

Craig H. Jacobs
Elizabeth Persinger
Richard G. Walker
William R. Martin
Freda J. Coy