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The Close of a Chapter

April 23, 2019 If you are reading this in the Wetzel Chronicle, you might already know the news due to sportswriter Bruce Crawford or columnist Chuck Clegg’s writings. more »»

Participate in Ramp Festival Saturday

April 17, 2019 In case you haven’t been checking out local social media, or this newspaper, the Shortline Ramp Festival is Saturday, April 20. We certainly think this is cause for celebration. more »»

Every Child Matters

April 10, 2019 As with the past couple of Aprils, this month the Wetzel-Tyler Newspapers will publish a column written by Susan Scharf, Executive Director of The Lighthouse Child Advocacy Center. more »»

Congratulations Champions!

April 3, 2019 This past Saturday we received the amazing news that the Hundred High School/Long Drain School TSA chapter won the state championship. more »»

A Class Act

March 28, 2019 We applaud Rachel Cain and others who organized the collection of water last week for Paden City residents. more »»

Paden City Residents Deserve Transparency, Clarity

March 20, 2019 Numerical values aside, the fact remains that Paden City’s drinking water contains an excess of a dry cleaning chemical considered by the EPA to be “most likely carcinogenic to human. more »»

Way to Go, FFA

March 13, 2019 We know we mentioned it last week, but we will repeat it this week: We have amazing FFA chapters in our county! Check out the results of the annual Wetzel County Ham, Bacon, and Egg Sale, located on... more »»

Support Your Local FFA

March 6, 2019 The youth involved in our local FFA organizations work fervently year-round. more »»

The Promise Of Youth

February 27, 2019 We know we’ve addressed this editorial topic before, but it warrants repeating. If our local communities’ youth give any indication of what our future will be like, we are certainly optimistic. more »»

We Applaud Local Scouts

February 20, 2019 The Wetzel Chronicle had the great privilege of covering the local scouts’ Mountaineer District Pinewood Derby on Feb. 16. We will have more on that in a future edition of the Wetzel Chronicle. more »»

Happy Valentine’s Day

February 13, 2019 Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day, and we hope none of our readers have waited until the last minute to make plans for their special someone. more »»

HELPING ONE ANOTHER

February 6, 2019 As our readers are well aware, it was bitterly cold outside last week in Wetzel County, with temperatures dropping below zero. more »»

Doing Better

January 23, 2019 During the Jan. 18 Wetzel County Oil & Gas Task Force meeting, several area residents had expressed frustration with industry-related traffic. more »»

Small Step Of Faith

January 16, 2019 Our reporter was jubilant when she returned to the office Friday after traveling to Hundred to interview Lori Allen, proprietor of Lori’s Cup of Joe. more »»

Thank You Mr. Gorby

January 2, 2019 We are preparing our Jan. 2 edition of the Wetzel Chronicle early again, due to the New Year holiday. Thus, it has been just a couple of days since Mr. more »»

Reflecting on 2018

December 26, 2018 Looking back at a year’s worth of local news can be a bit overwhelming. You might pick up on such while reading our Year In Review. A lot happened in the local area in 2018, some good and some bad. more »»

Merry Christmas

December 19, 2018 Christmas is here, and if you are like the staff of your local paper, there is still so much to be done in preparation for the big day. more »»

Small Towns Are Amazing

December 12, 2018 Christmas cards and Hallmark movies. more »»

A Plan Of Action

December 5, 2018 We applaud the New Martinsville Ministerial Association for its plans to combat drug abuse in the area. more »»

The Season Of Giving

November 28, 2018 As we make preparations for our Wednesday, Nov. 28 edition, we are mindful that today — Nov. 27 — is known as “Giving Tuesday. more »»

 
 
 

 

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