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Class A girls’ basketball all-state first team

March 26, 2015 By Tony Viola WHEELING — It’s hard not to pay attention to Lindsey Baker when she’s on the court. Actually, it’s nearly impossible because the Wheeling Central junior is seemingly everywhere. more »»

Rock ‘n’ rollin’ the great outdoors

March 26, 2015 Half pipes. Trick boxes. Vert ramps. Pyramids. Rails. Got any idea where these might be? If you guessed a skate park, you are right on the mark. more »»

’Eers looking good, still need to up their game for NCAA

February 25, 2015 The WVU men’s basketball team has been very impressive thus far compared to recent seasons. They have been dominating teams with their full-court press and their record shows it. more »»

BEER: ‘Ale’s’ Well That Ends Well

February 25, 2015 Brewing is not a modern-day invention. There is some indication that Noah stored beer on the ark, while the Chinese have been brewing it for over 5,000 year. more »»

12th annual Polar Bear Plunge planned for Blue Bend

February 25, 2015 Submitted LEWISBURG — Organizers of the 12th Annual Greenbrier Valley Polar Bear Plunge Club say the charity event for the non-profit Child and Youth Advocacy Center in Lewisburg is set for... more »»

Celtic American punk band Dropkick Murphys play Snowshoe festival

February 25, 2015 Submitted SNOWSHOE, West Virginia — Snowshoe Mountain Resort (www.snowshoemtn. more »»

College ball: End of season recap

February 3, 2015 As the 2014 college football season comes to an end, it was a bit shocking to see Ohio State become the first ever College Football Playoff champion. more »»

WVU alum relishes role in ‘American Sniper’

February 3, 2015 LOS ANGELES — Former West Virginia University player Ben Reed is thrilled to be playing Chris Kyle's father in the Oscar-nominated movie "American Sniper. more »»

Derby rocks & Thunder rolls

February 3, 2015 A new roller derby team is coming up strong in Huntington, helping to revive a decades-old sport. more »»

History should be taught so as not to repeat it

February 3, 2015 Most counties in West Virginia mandate the teaching of West Virginia history around the time our children are in middle school. more »»

In Fantasy Football, it all comes down to the wire

December 31, 2014 Obviously the draft establishing your fantasy football team is important, but championships are won or lost on the wire. more »»

College football countdown: Who is going to the dance?

November 26, 2014 As the college football season gets closer to December only time will tell what four teams will make it to the first ever college football playoffs. more »»

New year, new you? Not so fast cupcake

November 26, 2014 While many prepare to meet the new year with a toast and good company, millions set aside time to throw their hat in for a New Year’s Resolution or two. more »»

Mountaineer playoff hopes still alive and kicking

October 30, 2014 After passing the midway point of the season the Mountaineers have made some noise in the college football world. After knocking off No. 4 ranked Baylor, West Virginia got ranked in the AP Poll at No. more »»

Haunted prison tours are quite the trip

September 24, 2014 While most are snug and secure in their beds, others venture out into the night, eager for a scare in an edifice that has seen its share of mayhem and murder. more »»

Players to watch might boost Mountaineers

September 24, 2014 After falling to number two ranked Alabama by 10 points to open up the season, the Mountaineers have bounced back quickly shutting out Towson for the school’s first shutout since 2010 and then... more »»

Tsubasacon is coming! Get ready for Oct. 10-12

September 24, 2014 By Tony Rutherford Heroes and villains, males and females in sparkling and dark outfits take to the streets of Huntington Oct. 11 for the first Cosplay Parade sponsored by Tsubuscon, which runs Oct. more »»

Guide to area Halloween happenings

September 24, 2014 This is not a definitive listing. Readers are strongly encouraged to contact the event prior to going as Graffiti is not responsible for cancellations or misinformation. more »»

New WV-produced comic draws on urban legends

September 24, 2014 A West Virginia writer is launching a new comic book company with a horror story about an 8-year-old boy who can command the killers of urban legend. more »»



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