LOGAN - After a nearly four-year delay, construction of the Lincoln Primary/Southern West Virginia Health System urgent care center is officially a go for the Man area.
CHARLESTON - A statewide mock tornado drill took place Tuesday, but not every county and municipality participated, according to an official with the West Virginia Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management.
CHARLESTON - Mountaineer Gas Co. has filed a request for an increase in base rates and charges for natural gas service to approximately 218,000 customers in West Virginia.
CHARLESTON - The West Virginia Department of Education is inviting students, families and others to take online surveys, according to a Tuesday news release.
LOGAN - The Logan High School tennis team brought out their racquets on Tuesday and clubbed Mingo Central and Sherman in their season opening matches at the LHS tennis courts.
Call it Cardinal rule.
The Cardinal Conference has simply ruled the Class AA softball scene over the last decade and a half, winning 13 out of the last 14 state championships with Chapmanville, Logan, Wayne, Sissonville, Herbert Hoover and former member Point Pleasant winning crowns during that span.
MORGANTOWN -The West Virginia University baseball team scored a season-high 14 runs on 12 hits en route to a 14-1 victory against Youngstown State on Tuesday afternoon at Monongalia County Ballpark.
As the world watches the mercurial interactions between President Donald Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong Un, two famous quotes, made a half-century apart, offer some guidance. The earlier quote, "Peace in our time" was made in 1938 by Britain's Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain. The later quote, made by President Ronald Reagan in 1987, was "Trust but verify."
The U.S. is projected to spend $581 billion on research and development in 2019. The personal-finance website WalletHub has released its report on 2019's most and least innovative states.
"Fix the damn roads," he says.
Now that he is finished coaching high school basketball for another season, Gov. Jim Justice is back in Charleston ready to take on the task of finding ways to repair West Virginia's rapidly deteriorating system of secondary roads.