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From Melissa Thomas

September 24, 2014 To the Editor: We would like to thank several people and businesses for making Magnolia High School Band Camp such a succes. more »»

 
 
 
From Barbara Conner

September 24, 2014 To the Editor: In response to Ms. Anderson’s Letter to the Editor on Sept. more »»

From Bryan Ensinger

September 24, 2014 To The Editor: It’s been said that it takes a village to raise a child. That being true, it often takes the support of a community to accomplish a task. more »»

From Denzil W. Sloan

September 24, 2014 Dear Editor, Citizens of West Virginia should be aware that there are other candidates for the U.S. Senate other than Capito and Tennan. more »»

From Jackie Anderson

September 17, 2014 To The Editor, I would like to send out a big “thank you” (NOT) to all the coaches of the New Martinsville Junior Football League. more »»

From Christy Bland

September 17, 2014 To The Editor, I am writing a letter in response to a recent letter. more »»

From Donna and Tom Ice

September 17, 2014 Letter to the Editor, We would like to thank everyone who helped and attended the Bingo Fund Raiser for The Amanda Jo Ice Memorial Scholarship Fund held on September 7th. It was a great succes. more »»

From Linda Kerns

September 17, 2014 To The Editor: I would like to thank New Martinsville’s 911 call center, fire department, police department, and EMS for their help on Saturday, Aug. 30, midnight. more »»

From Jim Barnhart

September 10, 2014 Dear Editor, What would we think if people went about relieving themselves and leaving their waste behind in our public parks, beaches, and even on our personal and private lands? Or, to tone it... more »»

From Bryan Ensinger

September 10, 2014 To The Editor, Are you tired of that same old Saturday morning routine—sleeping late, a cup or two of coffee, and waiting for college football? Shake things up this Saturday, Sept. 13. more »»

From Bryan Ensinger

September 10, 2014 To The Editor, Are you tired of that same old Saturday morning routine—sleeping late, a cup or two of coffee, and waiting for college football? Shake things up this Saturday, Sept. 13. more »»

From Thomas E. Trader Jr.

September 10, 2014 To the Editor: The Paden City Park and Pool Commission would like to thank Ed Parsons for all the advertisements and publicity that he did for our Music in the Park. more »»

From Kathy Phillips

September 10, 2014 To the Editor: When you are in New Martinsville, be sure to stop by and view the Wetzel County Veterans’ Wall of Honor. more »»

From Susan Wade

September 10, 2014 To the Editor: Paden City Labor Day Committee would like to thank the following contributors for supporting the annual Paden City Labor Day Celebration: Marshall/ Tyler/ Wetzel Labor Council, BB... more »»

From Nancy B. Christman

September 3, 2014 To the Editor: The Wetzel County Humane Society thanks all the businesses who allow us to have one of our yellow dog banks in their establishment: Presto Lunch, Carter Lumber, Susie’s Crafts,... more »»

From Olivia Yeater

September 3, 2014 To the Editor: I am a member of Saddles and Spurs 4-H Club, Wetzel County 4-H, and FFA Livestock Club. This is my fourth year taking market animals to the fair. more »»

From Linda Rose Kernan and Jerry Briggs

August 20, 2014 To The Editor, The Wileyville Homecoming Committee and Wileyville Volunteer Fire Department would like to take this opportunity to say a special thank you to all those who donated to this year’s... more »»

From Thomas E. Trader Sr.

August 20, 2014 To the Editor: I would like to make a comment about the seven-point buck (tame deer) that the wildlife shot in Clarington, Ohio. How can they legally shoot the deer? The deer never hurt anyone. more »»

From Denver McMullen

August 20, 2014 To the Editor: Traitor. more »»

From Thomas E. Trader Sr. and PC Park and Pool Commission

August 20, 2014 To the Editor: The Paden City Park and Pool Commission would like to thank the following people and businesses for their donations and sponsors of our Music in the Park. more »»

From Barbara J. Powell

August 6, 2014 To the Editor: The Helping Hand food pantry served 625 Wetzel County families made up of 2,060 individuals during the first six months of 2014. more »»

 
 

 

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