Mountain State sells some assests
With December 31st and the loss of accreditation approaching, Mountain State University has sold its two airplanes. Interim President Richard Sours told the Register-Herald a small single-engine airplane and a twin-engine corporate airplane were sold several weeks ago. The president's home and other assets are not for sale, and there's no current plan to sell the Martinsburg Mall, according to the interim president. The University of Charleston took over Mountain State's campuses in Beckley and Martinsburg so students can complete their degrees.