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NM Council Holds Regular Meeting

July 17, 2019 The City of New Martinsville Council Meeting was called to order following the regulatory prayer and pledge of allegiance. more »»

Wetzel County Teacher Charged

July 17, 2019 Newly hired Wetzel County Autism Teacher Adam Scott Croasmun, 25, of Paden City, was charged on July 12, 2019 with the felony offense of soliciting a minor via computer to engage in an illegal act. more »»

Distinguished Alumni Award Presented To Paden City Volunteer Fire Company

July 17, 2019 Paden City High School Alumni activities wrapped up on Satueday evening at the Jess Brown Memorial Hall adjacient to the High School with the Distinquished Alumni Award presentation beginning at 4 p. more »»

NM Center’s Stacia Highley Honored for Individual Excellence in Therapy

July 17, 2019 The West Virginia Health Care Association (WVHCA) recently honored Stacia Highley, director of rehabilitation and physical therapist at New Martinsville Center – Genesis HealthCare, with the WVHCA’s... more »»

Dave Pethtel Speaks Out on House Bill 206

July 17, 2019 On October 2, 2018, Governor Justice and the Rebulican leadership proposed a 5 percent pay raise for teachers, school service personnel and all state employees. more »»

Judge Jeffery D. Cramer Holds Wetzel County Court

July 17, 2019 Christopher Todd Newbrough, 42, of 56 Shale Street, Shinnston, W.Va., appeared in court on Tuesday alongside his attorney Brett Ferro for a plea hearing. more »»

Chris McBee Recognized As Distinguished Administrator

July 10, 2019 The West Virginia Health Care Association (WVHCA) recently honored Christopher McBee, executive director of New Martinsville Center – Genesis HealthCare, as the Distinguished Administrator of the... more »»

Long Drain Students To Attend West Virginia Governor’s STEM Institue

July 10, 2019 Three seventh grade students from Long Drain School were selected to attend the West Virginia Governor’s STEM Institute at West Virginia University from July 1-. more »»

Spirit of Freedom is Alive in New Martinsville

July 10, 2019 With the early July temperatures soaring into the 90’s and little relief from the heat, visitors from the community and beyond made their way to New Martinsville’s Bruce Park on Thursday for the... more »»

Car Show and Parade Highlight Hundred July 4th, Celebration

July 10, 2019 Traveling the long winding road to the east end of Wetzel County for the Annual Fourth of July celebration at Hundred, I was expecting to hear some good music, eat some good food, watch a nice... more »»

Wetzel County Circuit Court Session

July 10, 2019 By: LEANN COCHRAN Staff Writer Stephen Ray Quinn, 31, of 11167 Shortline Hwy, Pine Grove, charged by the May, 2019 term of the Wetzel County Grand Jury in a one count indictment of the felony offens... more »»

BOE Recognizes State Social Studies Fair and State Track Winners

July 3, 2019 The Wetzel County Board of Education, at its May 28 meeting, recognized West Virginia State Social Studies Fair Winners and West Virginia State Track Winners. more »»

Paden City Alumni Week Begins

July 3, 2019 Paden City Alumni officially kicked off Alumni week on Monday, July 1 as they gathered at the Jess Brown Memorial Hall to open the week of celebrating with a concert from the St. Marys Community Band. more »»

Class Of 1969 Remembers When

July 3, 2019 Many memories will be shared on Friday night, July 5, as the Graduating Class of 1969 gathers to reminisce over days past. more »»

PCHS Class Of 2009 Celebrates 10 Year Reunion

July 3, 2019 When you’re little and first starting school, everything seems so big. more »»

Lainey Brown Earns the 2019 RegattaFest Queen Crown

July 3, 2019 Continuing the tradition of past regattas, and for the third year of RegattaFest, the Queen Pageant, a treasured part of the festival’s history, was held on Saturday, June 15 at the historic Lincoln... more »»

Lainey Brown Earns RegattaFest Queen Crown

June 26, 2019 Continuing the tradition of past regattas, and for the third year of RegattaFest, the Queen Pageant, a treasured part of the festival’s history, was held on Saturday, June 15 at the historic Lincoln... more »»

Wetzel County Discusses Investigative Matters

June 26, 2019 The Wetzel County Commission held its regularly scheduled meeting on June 11 with President Larry Lemon, Vice President Lisa Heasley, and Commissioner Greg Morris present. more »»

EQT Sends First Responders To Training Program

June 26, 2019 EQT Corporation recently sponsored participants from local emergency services to attend the 2019 Williams Fire and Hazard Control: Xtreme Fire and Hazard Training Program in College Station, TX, for... more »»

Dinner And Auction Announced For Gilbert Family

June 26, 2019 New Martinsville resident Teresa (Howell) Gilbert, daughter of Ardell and Marie Howell, has been battling lung cancer since February 201. more »»

Hundred To Celebrate Fourth of July and Town’s Birthday

June 26, 2019 Hundred will be celebrating a combination of then Fourth of July Celebration plus the the town’s 125 Birthday on Saturday, July 6. more »»



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