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Mickelson, Watson returning to Greenbrier Classic
Phil Mickelson apparently wants to take The Greenbrier owner and CEO Jim Justice up on his challenge to finally make the cut at The Greenbrier Classic.
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RiverRats turn back Miners 7-4
Pat Kregeloh’s home run in the eighth inning wasn’t quite enough for the struggling West Virginia Miners on Tuesday night as they fell to the RiverRats 7-4.
Miners Notes: Epling not surprised by bat incident
Tim Epling knew it was coming. He won’t be surprised if it happens again. The only thing he was unsure of was how long it would take.
Bryant, Flowers to attend KJ5 camp
When Kevin Jones arrives in southern West Virginia later this week for the KJ5 Basketball Camp at the YMCA of Southern West Virginia, he’ll be brining two of his former Mountaineer teammates with him.
Beckley’s 1st And1 Live tour event a success
Anthony Hairston was a man with a dream, a phone and a shoebox.
RHP Hess dominant in Miners’ 3-1 loss
From the first pitch of the game, Lorain County’s hitters had no answer for West Virginia Miners starting pitcher David Hess.
Hinton boat races bring in wide variety of drivers
Austin Price of Haymarket, Va., is two years away from getting his driver’s license, but he still has the need for speed.
Power boats take center stage
Some local families are looking for free, fun activities to build summertime memories.
Jones giving back to W.Va.
Two months ago, Kevin Jones was on the same floor as Carmelo Anthony, going head-to-head with the NBA superstar in a regular season contest.
Next weekend, the former West Virginia University fan favorite will be on the floor at the Beckley YMCA, giving back to local youth.
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