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Former WWE star Foley bringing comedy show to Beckley
Mick Foley’s ability to entertain fans as a pro wrestler went beyond his running elbow drop off the ring apron and being tossed off the top of a cage in Pittsburgh. Today, the more successful wrestlers are masters of the microphone, and Foley was one of the best.
Bowles finishes second at PGA Junior Series event
Despite being the youngest competitor in the Boys 15-18 division, Oceana’s Colin Bowles finished second at the PGA Junior Series event at Westbrook Country Club.
West Virginia Miners 9, Richmond RiverRats 5
The West Virginia Miners rallied from a three-run first-inning deficit to defeat the Richmond RiverRats 9-5 Wednesday.
Coda and Callie’s excellent adventure
How is it something that you profess to love so much can cause you so much anxiety and grief? No, I’m not talking about dealing with your children (or your spouse). This is worse. This is about dogs. More specifically, hunting dogs.
The World Cup is over, now what?
It all ended Sunday. There’s no more World Cup. Well, at least on the men’s side, for four more years.
Jeter, Trout lead AL over NL 5-3 in All-Star game
Derek Jeter soaked in the adulation from fans and players during one more night on baseball’s national stage, set the tone for the American League with a pregame speech and then delivered two final All-Star hits.
Miners get ‘sloppy’ 7-5 victory
Tim Epling will take a win any way it comes in the heat of a pennant race. That doesn’t mean he has to like it.
Shady Middle archers among world’s best
After months of training, battling in grueling competition and one long 15-hour bus ride, Shady Spring Middle School archery can call themselves some of the world’s best.
Something special is happening out in the desert
What is new is old and what is old is new again as something special is happening out in the desert. The NBA Summer League has shifted from Orlando to Las Vegas this week, and two WVU greats are playing side-by-side--a rarity to see on a professional basketball court.
An Open view of the Cobb
Davey Jude walked away from the 34th BNI Memorial Tournament, sponsored by First Community Bank, as a first-time winner at the annual golf staple.
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