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Trivillian’s, owner expected to plead guilty next month

A judge has set a Feb. 18 date for Trivillian’s Pharmacy and its owner to plead guilty to alleged health-care and prescription drug crimes.

U.S. District Judge John Copenhaver entered an order Friday setting the date for next month after...

Freda L. Dennison

Freda L. Dennison, 85, formerly of Falls Mill, passed away Jan. 23, 2015. Graveside servce will be held at Falls Mill Cemetery on Jan. 28. Services by Stockert-Paletti Funeral Home.

Robert Payne Sr.
Robert Payne Sr.

Robert "Bob" Milford Payne Sr., 86 of Nitro, went home to be with the Lord on Friday, January 23, 2015, surrounded by his loving family. He was a graduate of Stonewall Jackson High School. He was a veteran who proudly...

Goldie Starcher
Goldie Starcher

Goldie Marie Starcher, 92, of South Charleston, went home to be with the Lord on January 22, 2015.

She was an active member of Saint Paul United Methodist Church for many years.

Born July 5, 1922, in Belgrove, W.Va. She was the...

Roy James Walker
Roy James Walker

Roy James Walker, 65, of Walton, went home to be with the Lord on Thursday, January 22, 2015 in Christiansburg, Va., following a long illness.

Roy, the son of the late Granville and Clara (Taylor) Walker, was a member of Lift Jesus High...

Alternative teacher certification bill passes House committee

The West Virginia House Education Committee passed a bill Monday night that would allow Teach for America and new local and state school board-approved instructor education programs to provide alternatively certified teachers in the Mountain State....

K-State looks to skirt press vs. WVU
K-State looks to skirt press vs. WVU

MANHATTAN, Kan. — If Bruce Weber is nothing else, he is a realist.

His Kansas State basketball team hosts No. 17 West Virginia tonight and Weber, the...

Tech to face Cottrill, high-powered Georgetown tonight
Tech to face Cottrill, high-powered Georgetown tonight

It’s not like WVU Tech needed a whole lot to hype up its game against Georgetown College in Montgomery today.

After all, the Tigers, who are the winningest program in NAIA men’s basketball history with 1,749 victories, bring in a...

Dave Hickman: Things to look for in Super Bowl

There aren’t a lot of West Virginia connections to Sunday’s Super Bowl, at least not as far as the participants are concerned.

Seattle’s Bruce Irvin (WVU) is the only player on the active rosters of Seattle and New England...

Ortiz leading potent East attack
Ortiz leading potent East attack

Christian Ortiz, Greenbrier East’s senior point guard — by way of Center High School in Colorado by way of Puerto Rico — said he has seen the toughest competition of his basketball life in West Virginia this season....

Boys hoops notes: Plenty of new faces, but no dropoff at GW

Even some George Washington fans probably thought their team had no business entertaining thoughts about state rankings and state tournament berths this season.

The Patriots, after all, lost six of their top seven scorers off last year’s...

Prep hoops roundup: Capital downs Parkersburg

Capital held a 13-point lead after the first quarter and withstood a second-half rally Monday night as the Class AAA No. 8 Cougars escaped Parkersburg with a 75-72 road victory in boys high school basketball.

Jordan Kinney and Miguel Bays...

Central boys girls, take over No. 1 poll spots

Wheeling Central ascended to the top spot in both the boys and girls Class A rankings as the AP polls were released on Monday.

Meanwhile, the top three everywhere else remained the same including Class AAA boys, where South Charleston remained...

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