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Power, Pirates agree to four-year extension

The West Virginia Power and the Pittsburgh Pirates have agreed to a four-year player development contract extension, which will keep West Virginia as a Pirates affiliate through at least the end of the 2018 season.

This was the 10th season for...

Power, Pirates agree to four-year extension

The West Virginia Power and the Pittsburgh Pirates have agreed to a four-year player development contract extension, which will keep West Virginia as a Pirates affiliate through at least the end of the 2018 season.

This was the 10th season for...

Herd players vow to be ready for Ohio
Herd players vow to be ready for Ohio

HUNTINGTON — As Marshall players turn their focus to Ohio, the irritation builds. The aggravation festers.

Three losses in a row to a rival will do that. Watching opposing players ring a bell will do that, too....

Roundup: Concord QB earns MEC honor
Roundup: Concord QB earns MEC honor

Concord’s Brian Novak, Notre Dame’s Marlon Oden and West Liberty’s Anton McCallum have been named the Mountain East Conference football players of the week.

Novak, a sophomore quarterback, went 20 of 32 for 304 yards to lead ...

Dave Hickman: White wants to cash in all those catches

MORGANTOWN — By virtually any measure, Kevin White has had an outstanding start to the 2014 college football season.

In short, the junior college receiver who was supposed to step in and become West...

Prep soccer ratings

State coaches association rankings

Week ending Sept. 6

BOYS

Class AAA

Pos-School Rec Rating

1. Parkersburg 7-0-0 13.429

2. Morgantown 5-1-0 12.500

2. Jefferson 2-0-1 12.50

4. Winfield 5-0-1 11....

Psych hospitals case ‘devolved,’ patient lawyer says

A decades-old lawsuit that pits patients at West Virginia’s two state-run psychiatric hospitals against the Department of Health and Human Resources has “gone backwards” in recent months, a lawyer for the patients told state...

Highland Hospital to open children’s facility

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Highland Hospital plans to open a psychiatric residential treatment facility for children, with hopes that fewer families will have to travel out of state for services.

Between 300 and 500 West Virginia children are...

Ohio coach not naming starting QB

When it plays Ohio this Saturday, Marshall players won’t have quarterback Tyler Tettleton to kick them around anymore.

After scoring 20 points in two weeks, the Bobcats aren’t sure which would-be successor will try to be the next...

Survey finds majority of state voters support paid parental leave

A WV Free survey found that 70 percent of likely voters in West Virginia strongly support paid parental leave.

Polling results released Monday by the reproductive rights organization show that 15 percent of those polled were strongly opposed to...

Mountaineers recall rout by Terps
Mountaineers recall rout by Terps

MORGANTOWN — A year ago, Maryland’s season began falling apart at the seams with a 63-0 loss to eventual national champion Florida State. That beat-down was far from the only problem the Terps had, however....

Maple syrup producers invited to tubing installation seminar

The West Virginia Maple Syrup Producers will host a seminar on the proper installation of tubing, along with a discussion on boiling and reverse osmosis methods of producing syrup from maple sap from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the John...

Kanawha sheriff wants new software in police cars

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Kanawha County Sheriff Johnny Rutherford wants to put new computer software in sheriff’s cruisers and police cars throughout Kanawha County.

Rutherford said the $1 million project will give deputies and police...

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