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WVU 'D' back on track

September 9, 2014 MORGANTOWN — The West Virginia defense has their swagger back. more »»

Mountaineer fans enjoy the winning moment

September 8, 2014 It’s been a long time since the West Virginia University Mountaineers and their fans have relaxed and enjoyed a crushing of an opponent as witnessed in the 54-0 pounding of Towson State Saturda. more »»

Paden City creates buzz with golfers

September 7, 2014 When Paden City golf coach Nate Tallman took over the program three years ago, the Wildcats were taking their lumps and considered one of the doormats in West Virginia. more »»

Ravenswood community steps up

September 3, 2014 When faced with adversity, there are those who shrink into the shadows to avoid the situation and then there is the community of Ravenswood. more »»

Openers taught us a lot

September 2, 2014 What to make of season openers? Here’s what I took away from our first looks at local teams of interest: * WVU: Gave a better effort than I saw at any time last year. more »»

WVU gave an inspired performance

September 1, 2014 Fans of Alabama and the college football world in general were anticipating the season opener to be a showcase for the Crimson Tide quarterback competition to be played out in live action. more »»

NASCAR to unveil entitlement partnership

August 31, 2014 NASCAR has been looking for a new title sponsor for its second-tier series. Nationwide Insurance has been the corporate name on the No. 2 series since 2007. more »»

The best Saturday of the year

August 28, 2014 Saturday. A day usually marked as the beginning of the weekend, ideal for birthday parties, bar mitzvah’s and any other celebration. more »»

South looks for turnaround

August 27, 2014 Time and time again during coaches speak, one reference is usually made about focusing on the game at hand. Rarely will someone elude to future opponents. more »»

PHS can reach a milestone

August 26, 2014 In 1900, Parkersburg High School played its first football game, beating the Parkersburg Athletic Club Juniors, 10-5. Little did anybody know then what they started. more »»

Break-even season if WVU can win close ones

August 25, 2014 Two years ago, the West Virginia Mountaineers joined the Big 12 Conference and have found the upgrade in competition to be difficult. more »»

Miller's injury untimely

August 23, 2014 News of Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller injuring his throwing shoulder again in practice Monday put me in a bind. more »»

Same old, same old for WVU

August 23, 2014 Preseason predictions. They’re a slippery slope for those of us who feel obligated to make them due to the position we hold. Take, for example, last Sunday’s column. more »»

Half Marathon Diary

August 23, 2014 EDITOR’S NOTE: Kayla Dunn, who teaches Autistic students at Fairplains Elementary School, has shared her experiences training for the News and Sentinel Half Marathon. more »»

All eyes on WVU’s Holgorsen

August 22, 2014 Winning is the cure all when it comes to athletics. Especially in the case of the football and men’s basketball teams at West Virginia University. more »»

Strong start for Big Reds

August 21, 2014 Even with an impressive runner-up finish in the Callaway High School Series standings, the Parkersburg golf team learned a valuable lesson. more »»

Roane repeats at Callaway

August 20, 2014 The Callaway High School Series doesn’t cater to lightweights. That’s why the Roane County golfers respect their peers in this format. more »»

Tragedy sets new policies

August 19, 2014 Auto racing provides its competitors an “addiction like no other in the world,” said former NASCAR racer Larry Frank. more »»

Race gets many rave reviews

August 18, 2014 Rave reviews. That’s what the 28th annual News and Sentinel Half Marathon and its accompanying Two Mile Race received from the more than 1,800 participants who took to the streets of Parkersburg. more »»

Rose understands tradition behind WVU football

August 18, 2014 MORGANTOWN —Kyle Rose understands the tradition behind the West Virginia football program. The redshirt junior nose tackle is well aware last season’s 4-8 campaign did not live up to the standard. more »»



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