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Doug Smock: Looking back at Marshall’s Class of 2011
F. BRIAN FERGUSON | Gazette-Mail
Doug Smock: Looking back at Marshall’s Class of 2011

As you watch the progression — or the lack thereof — of the players who signed last week to play football at Marshall, keep the class of 2011 in mind.

Doug Smock: Looking back at Marshall’s Class of 2011
Doug Smock: Looking back at Marshall’s Class of 2011

As you watch the progression — or the lack thereof — of the players who signed last week to play football at Marshall, keep the class of 2011 in mind.

Huggins helped Miles escape slump
Huggins helped Miles escape slump

MORGANTOWN — Daxter Miles’ breakout performance Saturday from a slump that had bound him the entire Big 12 season was not about relief for No. 14 West Virginia.

WVU recruiting: Strong finish to recruiting season could mean fast start next cycle

Just as it can be a major factor in the heat of the game, momentum can play a huge role in recruiting. One commit can lead to another, which leads to another, and the snowball effect begins. Good players want to play with good players, so recruits pay ...

Shootout at the Big House brings state’s top teams to Civic Center
Shootout at the Big House brings state’s top teams to Civic Center

The Little General Shootout at the Big House has really outdone itself this year.

Photos: West Virginians rally to discuss why they support Sanders
Photos: West Virginians rally to discuss why they support Sanders

City’s first female garbage collector retires
City’s first female garbage collector retires

There was no door to the bathroom when Kimberly Scott first started at the City of Charleston Refuse Department in 1997.

As heroin rages, police adapting to new roles

CINCINNATI — Forehead furrowed, a woman drags on a Camel cigarette, admitting she has only vague memories of nearly dying five days earlier.

Bill would effectively allow guns in Cookskin Park
Bill would effectively allow guns in Cookskin Park

The sign that prohibits guns in Coonskin Park hasn’t been moved to the new entrance off of Henry C. Hoppy Shores Drive.

Delegates differ on whether ‘Religious Freedom’ bill is about same-sex marriage

As Fairness West Virginia, an LGBT rights group, and the Family Policy Council of West Virginia, a group that opposes same-sex marriage and other LGBT-inclusive measures, argued over it last week, it seemed pretty clear that LGBT rights were at the...

Former Toyota employee alleges wrongful termination

A Putnam County man is suing Toyota Motor Manufacturing, West Virginia Inc. for alleged wrongful termination, according to a complaint filed in January.

Humana insurance coverage, WV law create hassle for heart patients

Becky Sigman is worried about her heart valve replacement.

Tomblin orders flags lowered to honor late delegate

Governor Earl Ray Tomblin has ordered flags to fly at half-staff at the state Capitol Complex and at state-owned facilities in Harrison County on Monday to honor former Del. Frank “Chunki” Angotti.

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