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The York Daily Record
Matt Stroud named AP reporter in Morgantown, W.Va.
Matt Stroud, a reporter covering criminal justice for technology website The Verge, is joining The Associated Press as a correspondent based in Morgantown, home of West Virginia University.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Jefferson discusses Common Core issues
Despite ongoing efforts to implement state-mandated Next Generation Content Standard Objectives, West Virginia's version of the Common Core, Jefferson County Board of Education members are still concerned about the transition and what the changes will mean for students - as well as parents, many of whom are now finding it hard to help with ... (more)
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Mara graduated from Parkersburg High School and attended West Virginia University before becoming a flight attendant for U.S. Airways.
WVU Band To Perform In McDowell County
Bradshaw, McDowell County , West Virginia The West Virginia University marching band will take a side trip to McDowell County on its way to this weekend's start of the college football season in Atlanta.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Jamestown mayor reacts to loss of New York-Penn League team
Monday night's Jamestown City Council meeting got off to a somber start as the news of the Jamestown Jammers departure set in.
The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York
Jammers Leaving Jamestown
According to West Virginia TV station WBOY, Rich Baseball Operations officially made the announcement that the Jammers are moving to Morgantown during a news conference Monday at the West Virginia University Coliseum.
Betty Lee Talbott Luff
Betty Lee Talbott Luff, formerly an 83 year resident of Barbour County, passed away on Aug. 23, 2014, at the age of 90 in her current home in Bridgeville, Pa.
Pirates minor league team coming to WVU
Pittsburgh Pirates Class A farm club the Jamestown Jammers of the New York-Penn League will come to play next year in West Virginia University's new stadium.
United Way raises more than $16K
The Elkins-Randolph County United Way Auction may have changed venues this year, but its tradition of success remained, thanks to a plethora of support from the community.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Signatures of selection inscribed on poplar genomes
One aspect of the climate change models researchers have been developing looks at how plant ranges might shift, and how factors such as temperature, water availability, and light levels might come into play.
The Wichita Eagle
DVD, book examine history of W.Va. covered bridges
Terry Lively, the president of Vandalia Productions LLC, wants people to understand the importance of covered bridges in the state.
The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York
Report: Jammers Leaving
Jamestown officials will have to scramble if they are going to keep minor league baseball as a tenant for Russell E. Diethrick Park next season.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
FlikNote app created by MOV natives
A couple of Mid-Ohio Valley natives have come up with a new phone app that recreates the lost art of passing notes.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
West Virginia University's New President Plans To Move WVU Ahead
After two stints as president of Ohio State University, and president of Vanderbilt University, Brown University, and the University of Colorado, he is now back for his second stint as the top man at West Virginia University in Morgantown.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
United Way Auction in new venue
The Randolph County United Way Kickoff Auction is slated to begin at 9:30 a.m. in its new location - the Randolph County Community Arts Center.
WVU professor: Cyber crimes 'an immense challenge'
The announcement last week that a Russian crime organization had stolen the credentials of 1.2 billion Internet users has shaken the technology world.
Reach for the Stars: Diamond in the sky is no science-fiction fairy tale
About 900 light-years away, near the constellation Aquarius, an ancient white dwarf star has been discovered that is so cold its carbon has crystallized, forming a diamond about the size of the Earth.
Spirit of Jefferson Advocate
Buck, Kline get new titles at West Virginia University
Buck's promotion is among a number of faculty promotions at the West Virginia University Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center Eastern Division.
Weirton Daily Times
Police issue 182 citations as WVU students return
Police issued more than 180 citations and arrested more than a dozen people during West Virginia University students' first weekend in Morgantown for the fall semester.
John Blake Jr., jazz violinist and educator
John Blake Jr., 67, the Philadelphia jazz violinist and music educator who toured with Grover Washington Jr. and McCoy Tyner, and taught generations of students at the Settlement Music School and the University of the Arts, has died.