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Prep soccer: Charleston Catholic boys advance to Bishop’s Cup finals

Joey Trupo scored four goals as Charleston Catholic defeated Parkersburg Catholic 7-1 to advance to the championship game of the Bishop’s Cup tournament Friday at Brooke High School.

Luke McKown, Anthony Cipollone and Jack Cimino also had ...

Roundup: O’Dell wins U.S. Mid-Amateur qualifier

Sam O’Dell of Hurricane shot a 1-under-par 71 to win the U.S. Mid-Amateur qualifier at Sleepy Hollow Golf Club. He captured the only spot in the national tournament, scheduled Oct. 3-8 at John’s Island Club at Vero Beach, Florida....

West Virginians to attend pope’s U.S. visit
West Virginians to attend pope’s U.S. visit

Several West Virginians will be in attendance later this month when tens of thousands of people flock to Washington, D.C., New York City and Philadelphia for Pope Francis’ historic first visit to the United States.

Monsignor Edward Sadie, ...

Short takes on Jed Clampett,

“You’ve seen him on TV: Fabulously rich by nearly anybody’s standards. Cocksure of himself.

“A strong supporter of the Second Amendment. His family situation is, admittedly, a little unconventional—but he is...

George Hohmann: Tomblin thinks regionally on oil, gas industry

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS — When Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin addressed the state Chamber of Commerce’s Business Summit in 2013, he said that if the Mountain State is a willing partner with the natural gas industry, the industry must be willing to...

Charles Krauthammer: Why Clinton remains inevitable

Despite email scandal, Clinton sealing Democratic nomination likely

Editorial cartoon for September 5, 2015
Editorial cartoon for September 5, 2015

W.Va. GOP loses director, taking applications for vacant Senate seat

West Virginia Republican Party Executive Director Matt Dailer is taking a position with the Republican National Committee, according to a statement issued by the state GOP.

A Wheeling native and Marshall University graduate, Dailer has been...

Alyce Faye Bragg:

August has been called the bridge from summer to autumn. Well, we’ve crossed over now, and autumn can come in its fullness. It’s worth waiting for — this incomparable season in the West Virginia hills. It’s not only lovely...

Residents cautioned to avoid Ohio River algae
Residents cautioned to avoid Ohio River algae

State public health officials on Friday cautioned West Virginians to avoid contact with Ohio River water that appears to contain blue-green algae, the latest action as concern continues across the region about a potentially toxic algae that’s...

Church Activities: Sept. 5, 2015

Living Water Worship Centre, 513 Patrick St., will host a Founder’s Week Celebration honoring Elder Scott R. White’s third pastoral anniversary on Sept. 16-18 and Sept. 20 at the church. The schedule is: Sept. 16, 7 p.m., Pastor...

Jim Sconyers: You want our water? Then you need to pay for it

Water is life. Every living thing on this earth needs access to clean water to survive.

It’s our most precious resource. The 2030 Water Group has predicted that water demand...

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