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In Short: March 24-30, 2016

Sherwood book signing

Topper Sherwood, who grew up in West Virginia and worked there as a journalist and book publisher for 25 years, will appear at book signings in Charleston and Shepherdstown, to talk about his new novel, “Carla...

Area roundup: 3-day prep baseball showcase event starts at APP
Area roundup: 3-day prep baseball showcase event starts at APP

Nine Kanawha Valley teams will participate in the second Suddenlink High School Baseball Showcase, a three-day event that begins Thursday at Appalachian Power Park in Charleston.

Mike Casazza: Big 12 has work to do in NCAA tournament
Mike Casazza: Big 12 has work to do in NCAA tournament

MORGANTOWN — This hasn’t been the best month for the Big 12 and its basketball coaches. This March and the three Marches before it.

Vets on the mend should fortify UC football secondary
Vets on the mend should fortify UC football secondary

When a college football team loses the players to graduation that the University of Charleston did in corners Torie Wagner and Trei Kelly and safety John Knox, there’s usually real cause for concern. The trio made up five of UC’s 15...

West Liberty beats Stonehill to reach Division II national semis
West Liberty beats Stonehill to reach Division II national semis

The West Liberty men’s basketball team made its third Division II national semifinal in the last four seasons, holding off Stonehill 75-74 Wednesday in its national quarterfinal matchup.

Top seed Kansas gets set for NCAA tournament battle vs. Maryland
Top seed Kansas gets set for NCAA tournament battle vs. Maryland

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Kansas played like the overall No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament with two decisive wins to reach the Sweet Sixteen for the first time in three years.

Roundup: Poca softball knocks off Sissonville

Defending Class AA state softball champion Sissonville dropped its second consecutive game Wednesday, falling 9-2 at Poca.

Baseball: Nitro’s Bradley strikes out 14 in win against Cabell Midland
Baseball: Nitro’s Bradley strikes out 14 in win against Cabell Midland

It was just the season opener, but Jacob Bradley put on a prime-time performance.

Another title for Nunn: Class AA all-state boys basketball captain
Another title for Nunn: Class AA all-state boys basketball captain

Over the course of his high school career, there’s been no doubt to anyone in West Virginia that Fairmont Senior point guard Darhius Nunn was a special player.

Funerals for: March 24, 2016

Anthony, Annatta J. 2 p.m., Handley Funeral Home, Danville.

Bossie, Stephen M. 11 a.m., Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Point Pleasant.

Caldwell, Cassandra A. 12:30 p.m., Mount Hope Cemetery, Slaughters Creek....

Daniel Ray Bias
Daniel Ray Bias

Daniel Ray Bias, 58, of Elkview, a loving husband, father and grandfather, passed away Tuesday, March 22, 2016 at his residence, after a long battle with melanoma.

He retired after 41 years of service as senior tech for Rock Branch Mechanical,...

Gary Ted Moles
Gary Ted Moles

Gary Ted Moles, 80 years old, of Charleston went home to be with the Lord on Saturday, March 19, 2016 at 10 a.m. after a long battle with prostate and bone cancer. He was born December 1, 1935 in Blue Creek, West Virginia. Ted was preceded in death by ...

Peggy Sue Beale

Peggy Sue Beale, 45, of Cranberry Ridge, died March 20, 2016. Service will be 2 p.m. Friday, March 25, at Morris Funeral Home, Cowen, with visitation two hours prior.

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