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Kentucky clerk jailed until she agrees to issue marriage licenses
SAM OWENS | Gazette-Mail
Kentucky clerk jailed until she agrees to issue marriage licenses

ASHLAND, Ky. — A federal judge on Thursday jailed Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis until she complies with a court order to issue marriage licenses.

Davis, who testified that she would not follow the court...

Breast cancer survivor gets husband to join her in Distance Run
Breast cancer survivor gets husband to join her in Distance Run

The path to the annual Charleston Distance Run begins on Kanawha Boulevard near the steps of the Capitol, yet the arduous journey to the Laidley Field finish began long ago for Jamie Goetz.

Goetz, diagnosed with breast cancer in 2000, will run...

Manchin close to decision on Iran nuclear deal but won’t support filibuster
Manchin close to decision on Iran nuclear deal but won’t support filibuster

U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin said Thursday he remains undecided on the Obama administartion’s Iran nuclear deal, but he added that he would not support a filibuster that would block a Senate vote on a Republican resolution opposing the accord....

Runner overcomes lung cancer to take on Distance Run again
Runner overcomes lung cancer to take on Distance Run again

Sonya Evans doesn’t expect to break any records on Saturday when she runs the 15-mile course of the Charleston Distance Run.

The 45-year-old resident of West Union, Ohio, just wants to finish the race.

“It’s probably...

WVU’s Joseph evolves from big hitter to better tackler
WVU’s Joseph evolves from big hitter to better tackler

MORGANTOWN — Throughout the two-plus years he’s been on West Virginia’s campus, running back Wendell Smallwood has had his run-ins with safety Karl Joseph.

Run-ins. Knock downs. Shoestring stops....

Mitch Vingle: State recruiting, Capital and Dante’s inferno
Mitch Vingle: State recruiting, Capital and Dante’s inferno

Capital High football coach Jon Carpenter struggled with a sinus infection on Thursday.

In fact, he had to see a doctor. Yet don’t sell him short. He can still smell a Division I recruit a mile away.

What’s nice for him? He...

Legg very familiar with Marshall’s opening opponent

When Purdue visits Huntington on Saturday, it will mark the first time a Big Ten school has visited Joan C. Edwards Stadium.

Someone working at Joan C. Edwards Stadium, however, certainly has visited Purdue.

Back in 2003, Poca native and...

Purdue banking on seasoned offensive line
Purdue banking on seasoned offensive line

HUNTINGTON — When discussing Purdue’s offense, you can talk about Danny Anthrop, the speedy, savvy receiver who will get the ball any which way.

Or Austin Appleby, the quarterback who finished...

QBs take center stage in Capital-SC clash
QBs take center stage in Capital-SC clash

The narrative of Kentre Grier’s high school football career is closely tied to Capital High School.

Sure, the South Charleston quarterback won the inaugural J.R. House Award in 2014 as the state’s top quarterback and owns all of...

Friday’s previews: GW faces ‘tough situation’ at Ashland

Paul Blazer left South Hills in a state of shock last year when George Washington’s Druw Bowen returned a kickoff 94 yards for a touchdown with 28 seconds left to help beat the Tomcats 27-26.

GW coach Steve Edwards Jr. wants his team to...

Riverside to honor Whitman at Friday’s home opener

There will be much more buzz than usual for a home opener tonight at Riverside.

Former players, coaches and the community will have an opportunity to say one final goodbye to Dick Whitman, a man who made so many games special over the years....

State Bar panel told lawyers should not be required in hearings
State Bar panel told lawyers should not be required in hearings

An overwhelming majority of speakers Thursday sent a clear message to the West Virginia State Bar’s Unlawful Practice of Law Committee that non-lawyers should continue to appear as advocates in state administrative proceedings.

Both...

Co-No. 1s Magnolia, Williamstown meet in Game of the Week
Co-No. 1s Magnolia, Williamstown meet in Game of the Week

While records regarding the matter are lacking, there has rarely, if ever, been a time in West Virginia prep football history when a situation has arisen such as the one this week in regard to Magnolia and Williamstown high schools.

The teams...

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