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Girls state tournament: Morgantown fends off Huntington pressure

When you play with tenacious defensive pressure and offensive rebounding like Huntington does, you’re never out of a game.

But when you play with the resolve and balance that Morgantown has, you seldom lose a lead. That’s why the...

Boil-water advisories

West Virginia American Water has lifted the boil-water advisory for all areas in Tornado and St. Albans for the advisory that included: Coal River Road from Browns Creek Road to Lincoln County, Vorpe Road, Chestnut Lane, Freedom Way, Angel Fork Road,...

No-mercy sentence upheld in Chelyan slaying

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The lifetime jail sentence for a Belle man convicted of a fatal home invasion in January 2009 was upheld by the West Virginia Supreme Court on Friday.

Jason William “Alf” Holstein was sentenced to life...

Dye testing coming to Hughes Creek-area streams

The state Department of Environmental Protection will be conducting dye-testing in the Hughes Creek area in eastern Kanawha County this weekend. This is in conjunction with an investigation into the source of water that has contributed to muddying the ...

WVU Foundation names new development officer

A former fundraising executive who has worked for Frostburg State University and Johns Hopkins University has been tapped as the West Virginia University Foundation’s new chief development officer.

Bernard J. Davisson II will take over as ...

Church activities: March 14, 2015

Anniversaries

Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University class will be offered at Teays Valley Church of God on Sunday afternoons beginning March 22. The class will be held from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. The class will show how to get rid of debt,...

Trial delayed for quadruple-slaying suspect

The trial for a quadruple-slaying suspect in Clarksburg has been delayed.

At the request of the prosecution, Harrison Chief Judge Thomas Bedell moved the trial for Sidney Muller, of Fairmont, to the weeks of Aug. 17 and Aug. 24, according to an...

Things to do Saturday, March 14, 2015

Music

TUBBY THE TUBA: 11 a.m. Adults $25, children $5. WVSO Family Discovery Series. Clay Center. Call 304-561-3570 or visit www.theclaycenter.org.

GOODBYE, UTAH, DOWN IN ROUND THREE, LETTERS, NO PRETTY PICTURES: 6:30 p.m. Cover $5. All...

Local church uses drone to assess preservation needs
Local church uses drone to assess preservation needs

A small drone, less then a square yard in size, rose slowly off the ground on Virginia Street and began circling the steeple of Kanawha United Presbyterian Church shortly before noon on Thursday.

The drone, flying quietly, took photographs all...

W.Va.’s bald eagle population has come a long way
W.Va.’s bald eagle population has come a long way

The future for West Virginia’s bald eagles looks as bright as the snow-white feathers on the birds’ heads.

Forty years ago, the only eagles seen in the Mountain State were migrants “just passing through.”...

Body of kayaker recovered from Camp Creek

CAMP CREEK, W.Va. – Searchers have recovered the body of a man who disappeared after a kayak overturned in a Mercer County waterway.

Division of Natural Resources officers tell media outlets that the body was found Thursday morning in...

Catholic vs. No. 1 Central in boys A tourney

Catholic vs. No. 1 Central in boys A tourney

Charleston Catholic has drawn the No. 8 seed and meets No. 1 Wheeling Central at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in the boys Class A state tournament at the Charleston Civic Center.

In other first-round...

Robert Romaine: W.Va. would love Tesla if Legislature would allow it

There is a controversial piece of legislation making its way through the West Virginia Legislature that stifles competition and stands squarely against the principles of free enterprise. Senate Bill 453, spearheaded by Senate President Bill...

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