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Hospitals CEOs talk about health care’s future

Stephen Dexter’s and David Ramsey’s dreams for health-care in America mirror some of the central tenets of the Affordable Care Act — to them, universal health care with a smaller price tag aligns well with the missions and visions...

Hospitals CEOs talk about health care’s future

Stephen Dexter’s and David Ramsey’s dreams for health-care in America mirror some of the central tenets of the Affordable Care Act — to them, universal health care with a smaller price tag aligns well with the missions and visions ...

City Council panel passes nuisance cat ordinance

Organizations charged with implementing parts of a proposed nuisance cat ordinance in Charleston said they lack the resources to do so.

But Charleston City Council’s ordinance and rules committee passed the bill anyway.

At-large...

Mitch Vingle: Elmores leave VMI; Fischer/BYU update

The story rounded into a nice one.

Complete, like a basketball.

Back in 1982, Gay Elmore won the Evans Award as the state’s boys basketball player of the year after a senior season at South Charleston High.

Elmore went on to...

WVU notebook: Holgorsen not anxious about CFP rankings

MORGANTOWN — The first set of rankings from the College Football Playoff committee were released Tuesday night and West Virginia, ranked No. 20 in the latest Associated Press poll, was also listed at No. 20 on the...

Marshall notebook: Herd culture’s changed under Holliday
Marshall notebook: Herd culture’s changed under Holliday

HUNTINGTON — Doc Holliday struggles to think back to 2010, as that was a long, long time ago in college football years.

For his now-undefeated Marshall team, it was a long time ago in terms of wins, losses and ...

Mississippi State, FSU top playoff list

GRAPEVINE, Texas — The College Football Playoff selection committee has spoken, and it likes the SEC.

At least for now.

Mississippi State, Florida State, Auburn and Mississippi are the top four...

UC earns revenge, sweeps State in volleyball

The University of Charleston volleyball squad picked up its sixth win of the season Tuesday after sweeping West Virginia State by scores of 25-15, 25-14, 25-19 in Institute.

This is the second time the Mountain East Conference teams have met...

Charleston Catholic boys return to soccer states with 9-1 romp

RIPLEY — Charleston Catholic shots and goals were as plentiful Tuesday evening against St. Marys as the rain drops that fell during a brief shower in the opening half.

Senior Roger Burdette netted four goals...

JC receivers could bolster Mountaineer wideout corps

West Virginia’s passing offense has seen a resurgence this season, with Clint Trickett throwing for nearly as many yards through eight games as the entire Mountaineer team did last season. Not only that, but Trickett has already thrown for more ...

Roundup: Tech women, Georgetown play to scoreless tie in soccer

HORSESHOES: COACHING CLASS: An ASEP coaching class will be held Nov. 1, 2 and 8 at Huntington High School for those interested in coaching a secondary school sport. To register, visit www.wvssac....

UC men’s soccer climbs to No. 1 in nation

For the first time in University of Charleston history, a Golden Eagles athletic team is ranked No. 1 in the nation.

The NSCAA/Continental Tire Division II men’s soccer rankings released Tuesday list UC as No. 1. The Golden Eagles (15-0-...

Deputy wounded by gun during struggle in Judicial Annex
Deputy wounded by gun during struggle in Judicial Annex

A Kanawha County sheriff’s deputy who works as a bailiff was injured Tuesday evening after his gun went off during a scuffle involving three deputies and a mental hygiene patient at the county Judicial Annex, police said.

The gun was...

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