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NAUGATUCK — The Tug Valley High School girls’ basketball team had a very successful season during the re-boot of the Clyde Farley era a year ago as they finished with a 17-8 record, advanced to the section championship game, and finished up one game from the girls’ state tournament in Charleston.

SETH — The 2019-20 Sherman Lady Tide look quite different than they did in the previous year. For starters, the team contains one junior and one senior on its roster. The rest of the team includes nine sophomores and five freshmen, some of whom are newcomers to the game.

MADISON — With only weeks to go until the beginning of the 2019-20 basketball season, Scott High School has a new coach in town. Kevin Harper recently took up the position after being chosen from a list of candidates by the Board of Education.

CLEAR FORK — Westside returns a senior-laden team, with eight seniors primed to make the most of their final shot in one of what has historically been one of the toughest regions in the state.

CLEAR FORK — The last time Westside had a Big Three the Renegades went to back-to-back state tournaments and advanced to the semifinals twice, ending in overtime from the 2015 championship game.

Last week, I discussed the sale cycles that many grocery stores operate on. For about three months, nearly everything will go on sale — but not every sale is the rock-bottom, lowest-of-the-low prices that coupon shoppers seek. During each 12-week sales cycle, expect to see an item at its low…

HUNTINGTON - Marshall men's basketball coach Dan D'Antoni took time out of Wednesday's practice to say that mental toughness, not talent, is the reasoning behind the team's 2-3 start.

HUNTINGTON — For the second year in a row, the Marshall University Lewis College of Business, home of the Brad D. Smith Schools of Business, has been named among the nation's most outstanding business schools, according to the Princeton Review.

SOUTH CHARLESTON — Marshall University, through its Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, and the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine announced Monday a memorandum of understanding that will allow for collaborative medical education efforts between osteopathic and allopathic programs at each institution.

LOGAN — Logan native C.D. “Tony” Hylton III will visit Logan to introduce his new novel “Enough” at a book signing event at McCormick’s at 112 Jefferson Ave., in downtown Logan from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday, Dec. 6.