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Assessor Unhappy with Move

December 7, 2016 Wetzel County Assessor Scott Lemley is the latest Wetzel County representative expressing disapproval of the closure of Hundred’s West Virginia State Police detachment. more »»

Axiall Plant Fined $25,500 After Gas Leak

December 7, 2016 KENT — An August chlorine leak at the Axiall Corp. more »»

County Commissioners Discuss Animal Control

December 7, 2016 Rosy Cozart, of the Wetzel County Animal Shelter, provided the county commission with an update, at its Nov. 29 meeting, on shelter improvements. more »»

Alliance Continues to Protest Shale Pipelines

December 7, 2016 WHEELING — About $8. more »»

Wetzel BOE Discusses Technology Upgrades

December 7, 2016 Wetzel County Schools Technology Supervisor Ben McPherson provided the board with an update on technology in the school system at the board’s second November meeting. more »»

Sheriff's Department Seeking Information On Robbery

December 2, 2016 The Wetzel County Sheriff's Office is seeking information on a robbery that occurred recently at Koontz's Country Cupboard in Littleton. more »»

Chamber Encourages Christmas Decorating

November 30, 2016 The Wetzel County Chamber of Commerce is holdings its second annual Christmas Residential and Commercial Decorating Contest! Deadline to enter is Dec. 6. All judging will take place Dec. 9-14. more »»

Hundred WVSP Detachment To Close

November 30, 2016 HUNDRED — West Virginia Delegate Dave Pethtel said he doesn’t like that the employees at West Virginia State Police’s Hundred detachment, along with local elected officials, were not notified in... more »»

Local Students Earn Highest FFA Degree

November 30, 2016 Each year, the National FFA Organization honors FFA members who show the utmost dedication to the organization through their desire to develop their potential for premier leadership, personal... more »»

Wetzel County Marks Christmas

November 30, 2016 ‘Tis the most magical time of year! It’s officially the Christmas season, and local municipalities are planning to mark the occasions, beginning this Friday with Hundred and Paden City’s festivitie. more »»

Wetzel County Schools to Present Les Miserables

November 30, 2016 The schools of Wetzel County will be combining their arts programs in order to give a live presentation of the play “Les Miserables” which will be available for public viewing Dec. more »»

A Kiss for a Good Cause

November 23, 2016 The Wetzel County Chamber of Commerce’s Festival of Trees brought with it plenty of laughs, as exemplified by the accompanying photos. more »»

Council Discusses Huge Independence Day Event

November 23, 2016 The New Martinsville City Council met on Monday November 7 where Sandy Hunt, of the Wetzel County Convention and Visitors Bureau, announced her plans on the upcoming Independence Day Celebration, to... more »»

Wetzel County Schools Get Report Cards

November 23, 2016 It’s report card time for the public school systems across the state. more »»

Paden City Schools Get Laptops

November 23, 2016 Paden City Elementary School has taken the first step towards full integration of laptop computers into their education system. more »»

Success Celebrated By MHS and NMS

November 23, 2016 At the Nov. more »»

Wetzel Commissioners Discuss Election Results

November 23, 2016 The Wetzel County Commission met on Tuesday, Nov. more »»

Paden City Officer Disciplined

November 22, 2016 PADEN CITY -- City Council demoted a police officer during a special meeting held Tuesday morning. Council went into executive session to discuss Sergeant Josh Helmic. more »»

Hundred W.Va. State Police Detachment To Close Jan. 1

November 22, 2016 WHEELING -- West Virginia State Police announced Tuesday that the Hundred detachment will be closing Jan. 1. more »»

Teen Truth Reaches Out to Local Students

November 16, 2016 Jared Scott, representing Teen Truth, gave a demonstration at Magnolia High School on Monday, Nov. 7 regarding bullying and school violence, and the consequences of such. more »»

Heasley Captures Commission Seat

November 16, 2016 In an incredibly tight race, Democrat Lisa Heasley captured the office of Wetzel County Commission, garnering just 115 more votes than her opponent, Republican Charles Clements. more »»


Christians Sharing the Word of God December 10, 2016

The monthly meeting of Christians Sharing the Word of God will be held every second Saturday of the month (Aug. 8) at Quinet’s Court Restaurant, Main Street, New Martinsville, from 9-11 a.m. The speaker for the next meeting will be Helen Wyckoff from Sardis, Ohio. more »

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