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Samuel, Dillon ready to lead Marshall defensive line
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Samuel, Dillon ready to lead Marshall defensive line

HUNTINGTON — The shadow of former Marshall defensive lineman James Rouse is a large one. Two-time All-Conference USA first-team picks tend to cast them.

But Jarquez Samuel and Steve Dillon are ready to step...

Samuel, Dillon ready to lead Marshall defensive line
Samuel, Dillon ready to lead Marshall defensive line

HUNTINGTON — The shadow of former Marshall defensive lineman James Rouse is a large one. Two-time All-Conference USA first-team picks tend to cast them.

But Jarquez Samuel and Steve Dillon are ready to step...

WVU’s Petteway where he always pictured he’d be
WVU’s Petteway where he always pictured he’d be

MORGANTOWN — The memories Shaq Petteway will hold onto forever after crafting them during a senior season might never be as powerful as the memories that came first and that he clings to today.

The fifth-year ...

Wayne WR Stiltner could see revised role
Wayne WR Stiltner could see revised role

WAYNE — Wayne High receiver Cody Stiltner’s junior year ended with some impressive pass-catching numbers in the Pioneers’ wing-T offense. His 727 receiving yards were among the totals that earned him...

First-round pick Newman fitting in with Power
First-round pick Newman fitting in with Power

Kevin Newman, the Pittsburgh Pirates’ 2015 first-round draft pick and the shortstop for the West Virginia Power, finished his 165-game collegiate career with two home runs.

The 22-year-old from Poway, California, already has two homers in ...

Dave Hickman: Shell’s evolution continues

MORGANTOWN — Rushel Shell is in some way related to Tony Dorsett. Just how not even he is certain.

“I’m trying to think of how it is,’’ Shell was saying the other day....

Marshall’s Reaves moves back to outside WR
Marshall’s Reaves moves back to outside WR

HUNTINGTON — Deandre Reaves’ role as the Marshall football team’s kick returner is a constant. He’s considered one of the best at that role, and college football expert Phil Steele named him to...

Versatile Jackson gives Huntington options on offense
Versatile Jackson gives Huntington options on offense

HUNTINGTON — It was easy enough to write off Huntington’s playoff chances when starting quarterback Clark Wilson tore his anterior cruciate ligament in a game against Parkersburg on Oct. 17, 2014....

Blankenship proposes splitting trial

Lawyers for Don Blankenship on Wednesday urged a federal judge to consider splitting up the former Massey Energy CEO’s criminal trial so that a charge alleging a conspiracy to violate mine safety laws would be heard separately from charges of...

Bulletin Board: Aug. 13, 2015

Kanawha Valley Volunteers for Bernie Sanders for President will hold an organizational meeting at 7 p.m. today at the Affiliated Construction Trades Meeting Room, 600 Leon Sullivan Way, next to the farmers market. Any one interested in the campaign is ...

In Short - Aug. 13, 2015

Woody Hawley season announced

The Woody Hawley Concert Series announced its new 2015-2016 season schedule. Unless otherwise noted, all shows take place in the Walker Theater at the back of the Clay Center. The lineup: Sept. 26 — Pierce...

Sounds of Summer: An eclectic mix of genres
Sounds of Summer: An eclectic mix of genres

All summer long (and probably longer), the Charleston Gazette-Mail wants to share singers and songs, albums and artists, and maybe entire new genres of music for you to get to know.

So, we've asked some people we know about what...

Road work

West Virginia Paving will pave the following streets in Charleston between 6:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. today:

50th Street S.E.: from MacCorkle Avenue to Kanawha Avenue

Alley from 39th Street to 40th Street: between Noyes Avenue and MacCorkle...

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