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South Charleston/Huntington to be decided at the line
South Charleston/Huntington to be decided at the line

Every aspect of the football game plays pivotal in the postseason, but perhaps the most important lies at the line of scrimmage.

That’s where South Charleston will clash with Huntington, and Black Eagles coach Donnie Mays figures...

Herd seeks 12-0 regular season against explosive WKU
Herd seeks 12-0 regular season against explosive WKU

HUNTINGTON — One last step remains to 12-0. It could be one long, wacky step.

Marshall is looking to polish off its 12th and final victim of the regular season as Western Kentucky blows into Joan C. Edwards...

Petteway poised to make first career start

MORGANTOWN — There never seemed much doubt that Shaq Petteway was going to play a lot of football for West Virginia.

A week into his first preseason camp as a true freshman in 2011, Petteway was running with...

Herd back to work tonight vs. Cleveland State

HUNTINGTON — Marshall’s basketball team spent its Thanksgiving day like any other day before a game, but a considerable dose of soul-searching was added to the practice regimen.

Coach Dan...

Western Kentucky-Marshall game capsule

Western Kentucky (6-5, 3-4) at No. 19 / 20 Marshall (11-0, 7-0)

Noon, Joan C. Edwards Stadium (38,227, AstroTurf GameDay Grass MTO), Huntington

n TV: Fox Sports 1. Crew: Darren Sutton play-by-...

Mountaineer Gameday: Mitch’s matchups

WVU pass offense vs. Iowa State pass defense

Before you get confused, yes, there are two Iowa State Sam Richardsons. On defense, Cyclone cornerbacks Sam E. Richardson and Nigel Tribune both have three interceptions. But there’s no...

Mountaineer Gameday: Rhoads’ days at Iowa State could be numbered

MORGANTOWN -- When West Virginia visits Iowa State this weekend, it might be to say goodbye to an old nemesis.

Paul Rhoads might survive to see yet another season with the Cyclones, but the odds of that grow longer with each loss. There have...

Shoppers brave cold for hot holiday deals
Shoppers brave cold for hot holiday deals

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — With Thursday-afternoon temperatures struggling to claw their way out of the mid-30s and a menacing sky threatening to spit snow, Debbie Amos sat huddled against the wall beneath a fuzzy brown blanket outside...

Berkeley aging agency seeks firing suit dismissal

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — The Berkeley County Committee on Aging is seeking dismissal of a lawsuit alleging a worker was fired for being a whistleblower.

Media outlets report that the agency and its director...

Fire marshal’s office investigating Poca fire

The state fire marshal’s office is investigating a fire early this morning at Lewis-Goetz in Putnam County.

State fire marshal’s office spokesman Mark Lambert said the fire occurred on Harris Drive in Poca.

The...

West Virginian fights for women’s rights in Gambia
West Virginian fights for women’s rights in Gambia

At first glance, it may seem West Virginia and the African country of Gambia have a few things in common. West Virginia is consistently ranked among the poorest states in the U.S. Gambia, a sliver of a nation surrounding the Gambia River in West...

Funerals for: November 27, 2014
Claude C. Frymier

Claude C. Frymier, 79, of Smithville, formerly of Tanner, died Nov. 25, 2014. Service will be 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 29, at Ellyson Mortuary, Glenville. Visitation will be 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 28, at the mortuary.

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