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Speaker Delivers Powerful Message

April 20, 2016 Wetzel County’s high school students received a powerful message during an assembly held on April 8 at Magnolia High School. more »»

Every Child Matters - April 20

April 20, 2016 Each year, countless children suffer from abuse and neglect. All too often they have been abused and victimized by the very adults responsible for protecting, loving and providing for the. more »»

Wetzel County Schools Show Improvements

April 13, 2016 Wetzel County Schools received some good news at the Monday, April 4 meeting of the Wetzel County Board of Education. more »»

Short Line School Activates Safety Plan

April 13, 2016 **UPDATE - 1:37 p.m. more »»

Shredded Paper Is Debated

April 13, 2016 At the April 7 meeting of the Wetzel County Solid Waste Authority, board members debated at length concerning the topic of shredded pape. more »»

Parks and Rec Receives Donation

April 13, 2016 At the Monday, April 4 meeting of New Martinsville City Council, New Martinsville Parks and Recreation received a $25,000 donation from the Wetzel County Convention and Visitors Bureau. more »»

Lauren Matthews Named Wetzel Chronicle Editor

April 13, 2016 Lauren Matthews has recently been named editor of the Wetzel Chronicle. Matthews has been working at the Chronicle as a reporter for more than four years. more »»

Every Child Matters - April 13

April 13, 2016 Unfortunately, ANY child is at risk of sexual abuse! It can affect any child regardless of age, gender, family income, culture, race, religion, physical appearance, sexuality, disability, etc. more »»

Wetzel County Democratic Convention Held

April 13, 2016 A total of 11 women and 10 men were nominated to attend the 2016 West Virginia State Democratic Conventi. more »»

Time Capsule Being Planned

April 13, 2016 The Wetzel County Commission has announced the creation of The Wetzel County Time Capsule Project. This monument will be built with the intended goal to be opened in 100 years after its sealing. more »»

Valley Students Set For Trip to Mountains

April 6, 2016 With it now being the month of April, several Valley High School Sportsman’s Club members are officially counting down the days until the third annual trip to the mountains of West Virginia. more »»

Hundred VFD Plans Third Annual Mock Accident

April 6, 2016 By LAUREN MATTHEWS Staff Writer Though it may seem as if the school year has flown by, it is in-fact just about time for prom and graduation again. more »»

Men Attacked At Hydro

April 6, 2016 A peaceful night fishing with buddies turned ugly Thursday, March 31 when three local men were randomly attacked at New Martinsville Hydro. more »»

Art Show And Sale Continues

April 6, 2016 Wetzel County High Schools Art Show and Sale has begun and will continue through Thursday, April . more »»

Ramp Fest Is Set April 16

April 6, 2016 The 2016 Shortline Ramp Fest will be Saturday, April 16, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event will be held at the Robert C. Byrd Center in Pine Grove. more »»

Every Child Matters - April 6

April 6, 2016 Have you ever wondered what happens at a Child Advocacy Center? Well, let me tell you. When a child discloses abuse and it is reported, an appointment will be made with the CAC. more »»

Local Photographer Checks Out Cuba

March 30, 2016 It’s safe to say that for most of us, Cuba is not one of the places we think of visiting. The name brings to mind other words — communism, Castro, and the Cuban Missile Crisis. more »»

Craft Sworn In as Assistant Prosecutor

March 30, 2016 On Friday, March 18, Justin Craft of New Martinsville was sworn in as a part-time assistant prosecutor for Wetzel County. Craft was sworn in by Judge Jeffrey Cramer. more »»

Lewis Wetzel Pool Is Undergoing Renovations

March 30, 2016 New Martinsville’s Lewis Wetzel Swimming Pool is taking on a new and exciting look. The renovations will continue over the next couple of months. more »»

New Martinsville Man Sent to Anthony Center

March 30, 2016 James A. Haught, 21, was sentenced Friday, March 18 to serve one to five years as a youthful offender at the Anthony Correctional Center. Haught had pleaded guilty, by Alford, on Fe. more »»

 
 
 

 

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