BARBOURSVILLE — One person was jailed on felony charges Saturday afternoon, according to booking records kept at Western Regional Jail. Harold Arthur Thompson, 29, was incarcerated at 1:15 p.m. Saturday.
BARBOURSVILLE — Steele Memorial United Methodist Church in Barboursville will celebrate its 60th anniversary at its location on Union Avenue and Shaw Street on Sept. 29. This event will be an open house to all in the community.
It's that time again.
West Virginia University (1-1) hosts N.C. State (2-0) at noon Saturday in Milan Puskar Stadium while Marshall University (1-1) hosts Ohio University (1-1) at 6:30 p.m. Saturday in Joan C. Edwards Stadium.
Quarterbacks — Ohio: Nathan Rourke has proven his mettle over the last few years as a dual-threat quarterback for the Bobcats. The one thing that stands out about Rourke is his efficiency. He simply does not make mistakes. Rourke also can hurt you with his feet, having thrown for 5,000 yards while rushing for just under 1,800 yards in his career. Marshall's Isaiah Green looks to get back on track after a tough performance in Boise.
HUNTINGTON — Before the first World War ever took place or before the Titanic was even a thought, Marshall and Ohio met in battle on the football field. The inaugural game took place in 1905 with Marshall earning a 6-5 win over the Bobcats in Huntington. Fast forward 114 years later and everything about the game has changed — rules, protective gear, schemes — everything.
HUNTINGTON - While it's still too hot to even consider pulling out a sweater, believe it or not, fall is right around the corner and the Tri-State is prepared to help make this the best fall yet with a whole host of events and activities.
PROCTORVILLE, Ohio - For Cheryl Johnson, pizza is a family affair. Though her restaurant, Romeo's Pizza, boasts of being established in 1971, her family's restaurant history stretches back to 1963 with Tony's Pizza in Chesapeake.
Sept. 22, 1994, "Friends" premiered as part of NBC's Thursday Must-See-TV lineup. And television was never the same.
A Wyoming County native with more than a decade of newspaper circulation experience is joining HD Media as group vice president of audience development.
BEIJING — China will lift punitive tariffs imposed on U.S. soybeans and pork in a trade war with Washington, a state news agency said Friday, adding to conciliatory gestures by the two sides ahead of negotiations. China will suspend tariff hikes on soybeans, pork and some other farm goods, the Xinhua News Agency said.
It's true that an assault weapons ban would do little to reduce overall gun deaths in America because mass shootings account for less than 1 percent of gun-related deaths. Unfortunately, it's also true the gunman in Dayton fired 41 shots killing nine people in less than 30 seconds. Why is anyone able to shoot that many rounds in 30 seconds?
HUNTINGTON — Marshall University could have used Brenden Knox in the second half against Ohio University. But the Thundering Herd didn't have its star running back. That meant Marshall could have used Tyler King. But the Herd didn't have that former standout running back either.
HUNTINGTON — For a few moments Saturday, Jamie Wilson was 22 and it was 1996 again. "A little bit," Wilson said when asked if he was emotional when he was introduced to the Joan C. Edwards Stadium crowd as part of Marshall University Athletics' 10-member Hall of Fame Class of 2019.