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WVU reaches Big East settlement, 2012 schedule announced
West Virginia University and the Big East Conference reached an out-of-court settlement on their differences and signed the document Tuesday morning, free the way for the Mountaineers to switch their conference affiliation to the Big 12 for the 2012 season.
FGH to seek strategic partner
The Fairmont General Hospital Board of Directots wants to explore the possibility of a strategic parmer to help position the community hospital for a strong future, officials announced Friday.
Big 12 welcomes WVU to conference
The Big 12 Conference announced today that it has accepted West Virginia University as its 10th member and passed over Louisville, who made a strong late push for membership.
WVU moves to Big 12
West Virginia has been invited to join the Big 12 and accepted the invitation. An annoucement from the league is expected Friday afternoon.
Tomblin wins West Virginia governor’s race
Democrat Earl Ray Tomblin overcame weeks of Republican attack ads to win the West Virginia governor’s race Tuesday, successfully distancing himself from the Obama administration and the president’s health care plan.
Suspect dead after drawing weapon on deputies
One man is dead following an officer-involved shooting late Thursday night on Pricketts Fort Road.
Beer sales at WVU football games approved by board
Mountaineer football fans will be able to buy beer at games this fall.
- WSJ on Rich Rodriguez: Inside a College-Football Tragicomedy
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Michigan fires Rodriguez after 3 seasons
Michigan fired coach Rich Rodriguez on Wednesday, ending a disappointing three-year tenured marred by too many losses and NCAA violations at college football’s winningest program.
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