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Defendants Plead Guilty

July 30, 2014 Diana S. Drennen, 25, of 187 North State Route 2, Apt. C-202, New Martinsville, pleaded guilty July 15, before Judge David W. more »»

Smith Places In Top 10

July 30, 2014 All eyes were on Las Vegas, Nev., last week as Sistersville resident and Mrs. West Virginia Melissa Smith finished in the top 10 at the Mrs. United States pageant held there. Smith’s Mrs. more »»

Board Approves Requests

July 30, 2014 The following matters were approved at the July 21 meeting of the Wetzel County Board of Education: Employment and/or Changes in Employment: Retirements: Glenn E. more »»

Storm Causes Major Damage In Steelton

July 28, 2014 The storm system that swept across Wetzel County Sunday evening left destruction in its wake—particularly in the Steelton section of New Martinsvill. more »»

Two Held For Triple Homicide In Littleton

July 23, 2014 On Monday the Pennsylvania State Police arrested two suspects for the murder of three in a house fire in Littleton on Jan. 14. Samuel L. Spencer, 25, and Natasha L. Burns, 26, both of 420 W. more »»

Prosecutor Recused From Howell Case

July 23, 2014 According to an order entered on July 17 by the Honorable Judge David W. Hummel, Jr., Prosecuting Attorney Timothy E. Haught has been recused from Case No. 11-F-15, the State of West Virginia vs. more »»

Limestone Fire Called Suspicious

July 23, 2014 New Martinsville Volunteer Fire Department Chief Larry Couch has reported that fire fighters responded to a reported structure fire Saturday morning on Limestone Ridge Road at Box 172-A, New... more »»

Site Wanted For New Shelter

July 23, 2014 Rosy Cozart of the Wetzel County Animal Shelter gave Wetzel County commissioners an update Tuesday on shelter activities. more »»

Finch Admits Guilt To Battery

July 23, 2014 Julie Lynn Finch, 37, of 187 North State Route 2 Apt. E-106, New Martinsville, pleaded guilty July 15 to her charge of third-offense domestic batter. more »»

Statoil Explains Eisenbarth Well Pad Fire

July 23, 2014 A special meeting was held July 10 in regard to the June 28 Statoil Eisenbarth well pad fire in Monroe Count. more »»

Long Sentenced To 2-10 Years

July 23, 2014 Amanda Renee Long was sentenced July 15 to two to 10 years in the West Virginia Penitentiary for Women July 15 in Wetzel County Circuit Court. more »»

Treasurer Explains Funds For Extra School Personnel

July 23, 2014 Wetzel County School Board Treasurer Jeff Lancaster spoke at Monday night’s meeting concerning a summer treasurer’s conference he had recently attended. more »»

Howell Spits On Prosecutor

July 16, 2014 The case involving John Michael Howell took an unexpected turn Tuesday morning as Howell assaulted Prosecuting Attorney Timothy Haught upon entering the courtroom. more »»

Briggs’ Murder Charge Dropped

July 16, 2014 Chelsea Briggs’ charge of murder was dismissed Tuesday in Wetzel County Circuit Court as she pleaded to a one-count information of conspiracy to deliver heroin. Briggs, 24, of 368 Virginia St. more »»

Oil From Hydroelectric Plant Leaks Into The Ohio River

July 16, 2014 New Martinsville Volunteer Fire Department Chief Larry Couch has shed some light on an apparent oil leak at the Hannibal Hydro Plant on the evening of July 10. more »»

Council Responds To Complaints

July 16, 2014 Brooklyn resident Kristi Gieseke attended the July 7 New Martinsville Council meeting to follow up on issues she had raised at the June meeting. more »»

Local Mom Will Compete

July 16, 2014 There’s no question that Melissa Smith is a very busy young woman. more »»

Board Swears In New Members, Honors Outstanding Employees

July 16, 2014 Joshua Balcerek was sworn in as a board member to the Wetzel County Board of Education at July 7 meeting. more »»

Camper Fire Claims Child

July 16, 2014 In a statement released the morning of July 14, Tyler County Sheriff Bob Kendle stated that on the morning of July 14, at approximately 1:05 a.. more »»

Loy Sentenced For Violation

July 16, 2014 Patrick E. Loy, 32, no address given, was sentenced to 60 days in prison by the Honorable Judge David W. Hummel after violating his probation. more »»



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