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West Kanawha water main bursts again, is shut down
ANDREW BROWN | Gazette
West Kanawha water main bursts again, is shut down

Repairs to a 36-inch transmission main line in Dunbar that ruptured again Monday for the third time in about a week were expected to take longer than 24 hours to complete this time.

West Virginia American Water spokeswoman Laura Jordan said in a...

West Kanawha water main bursts again, is shut down
West Kanawha water main bursts again, is shut down

Repairs to a 36-inch transmission main line in Dunbar that ruptured again Monday for the third time in about a week were expected to take longer than 24 hours to complete this time.

West Virginia American Water spokeswoman Laura Jordan said in a ...

Bradshaw finally breaks through, gets into Classic
Bradshaw finally breaks through, gets into Classic

DANIELS — It took 23 holes and one white-knuckle par save, but David Bradshaw is finally in the Greenbrier Classic.

The seven-time West Virginia Open champ survived a five-hole, 3-for-2 playoff to secure one...

RB Garrison to transfer to Fresno State

Former West Virginia running back Dustin Garrison announced on Twitter Monday that he will transfer to Fresno State next season.

Garrison, who was granted his release from WVU in February, will have one year of eligibility with the Bulldogs....

US-Germany semi features top keepers
US-Germany semi features top keepers

MONTREAL — The Women’s World Cup semifinal clash between top-ranked Germany and the second-ranked United States will feature two of the best goalkeepers in the game: Nadine Angerer and Hope Solo.

The...

Trevino wants to start national senior amateur

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS — Whether he’s joking or not, Lee Trevino said he has never been to a golf tournament he didn’t play in. And this week at the Greenbrier Classic, he says his role is to...

Bubba not around yet as players trickle in

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS — Monday at the Greenbrier Classic was as sleepy as usual, as players took advantage of perfect weather to get in all the practice they could.

Bubba Watson was not around Monday morning,...

All four W.Va. teams ousted from soccer regionals

The four remaining West Virginia soccer teams were eliminated from competition Monday at the 2015 United States Youth Soccer Region I Championships in the semifinal round in Barboursville.

The West Virginia FC Under-15 girls were blanked 7-0 by...

Report finds gender wage gap for college grads in WV

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Though women made up 57 percent of the nearly 119,000 students who graduated from West Virginia public colleges over the past decade, a report released Monday suggests men who graduated in that timespan and are working in...

WVU Tech receives $10,000 from AT&T

West Virginia University Institute of Technology received a $10,000 contribution from AT&T that will help high school students throughout the state attend the school’s STEM Summer Academy for Girls and Camp STEM.

“Inspiring...

Boil-water advisory: Raleigh County PSD, June 30, 2015

The Raleigh County Public Service District has issued a boil-water advisory for customersfrom 730 Scott Ridge Road to and including Grandview Park of the Airport System.

Customers in these areas should boil their water for at least one full...

Preserve WV AmeriCorps accepting applications

Preservation Alliance of WV is accepting applications for the 2015-2016 Preserve WV AmeriCorps program year. The Preserve WV AmeriCorps program is administered by Preservation Alliance of West Virginia (PAWV), the statewide nonprofit organization...

WV youth soccer kicks it up a notch, but teams lose in tourney
WV youth soccer kicks it up a notch, but teams lose in tourney

BARBOURSVILLE, W.Va. — Four West Virginia soccer teams moved on to semifinal rounds Monday in the U.S. Youth Soccer Region 1 Championship.

And though each team ultimately was defeated and won’t...

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