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On Thursday, the West Virginia football announced a pair of statements: Quarterback Will Grier is returning to the Mountaineers for his senior season in 2018,... [Read More]
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West Virginia's wildlife officials have gone to great lengths to make sure hunters kill enough antlerless deer. [Read More]
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Housing Authority meeting... [Read More]
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A light sprinkling of snow that soon disappeared has preceded the Christmas season this year. The days have been relatively mild, with blue skies reminiscent... [Read More]
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Whether you are an employee in need of a raise or a small-business owner trying to stay afloat, you should be excited about tax reform.... [Read More]
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Music... [Read More]
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There was no place Tyson Bagent would rather have been on Dec. 2 than Wheeling Island Stadium for the Class AAA state championship game. [Read More]
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As expected, the Federal Communications Commission on Thursday voted 3-2, along party lines, to throw out its 2015 rules on net neutrality. [Read More]
Cyber attacks are real... [Read More]
I must have been 8 or 9 years old. My grandfather had given me, my sister and brother $5 each to spend on Christmas presents. [Read More]
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Dear Abby: My husband and I were together for eight years before we married a year ago. He has a kid from a previous marriage... [Read More]
Capital coach Matt Greene knows his largely inexperienced team has a lot of things to shore up in the next few weeks — and most... [Read More]
For a half on Friday, George Washington went toe-to-toe with St. Joseph, a squad aiming for its ninth Class A championship in 10 years. [Read More]
Ron Jaworski doesn't need much to get enthusiastic when he talks about the NFL and the Philadelphia Eagles, but he lit up even more when... [Read More]
A 7-3 start, the best after 10 games in head coach Dan D'Antoni's tenure, gives the Marshall men's basketball team plenty of reason to smile... [Read More]
A federal contractor has paid more than $200,000 in back wages to seven employees to resolve three violations of federal law. [Read More]
At this time a year ago, a small band of juniors on Marshall's suddenly downtrodden football team began the process of rebuilding, of questioning themselves... [Read More]
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