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Crew from Hurricane to Assist with PG Sewer/Water

August 2, 2017 Pine Grove Mayor Barbara King has announced that five members of Hurricane, W.Va’s Mobile Infrastructure Response Team will be working on Pine Grove’s sewer system. more »»

Judge Hummel Hears Court Cases

August 2, 2017 Samuel Minger, 38, was sentenced on Wednesday, July 19, in Wetzel County Circuit Court, by the Honorable Judge David W. more »»

Rescued Dog Back With Owner

August 2, 2017 A great deal of controversy has surrounded the recovery of a dog, from the Ohio River, a few weeks ago. more »»

Annual Senior Picnic Set For Town & Country Days

August 2, 2017 Area senior citizens will gather for a time of fellowship and fun at the Mollohan Center when Senior Citizens Day is held at Town and Country Days on Thursday, Aug. 17. more »»

Director Reports on Flood Damages At Schools

August 2, 2017 Wetzel County Schools Director of Facilities, Maintenance, and Transportation, Brian Jones, said two of the county’s facilities had flood waters in them this past weekend. more »»

Flash Flooding Hits Wetzel County

July 29, 2017 EDIT: 4:22 P.M., JULY 31 -- Update: - Pastor Jason Sleeth, from Harmony Baptist Church, has set up a special fund at Harmony Baptist Churc. more »»

Pine Grove Is Implementing Local Water Rationing Plan

July 28, 2017 The Town of Pine Grove has reported that it is implementing the "Local Rationing Plan" to conserve water, "due to the problems the Town is experiencing, to all the Towns water customers, to be in... more »»

Hope in the Heart of Honduras

July 26, 2017 This year marked the fourth year Heather Helmick, and several other local residents, traveled to the Honduras as part of the Hearts Forever Changed organizatio. more »»

Pine Grove Under Boil Order Until Further Notice

July 26, 2017 Pine Grove Mayor Barbara King has confirmed that the Town of Pine Grove is under a boil order until further notice. King said the issue with the water system stems from a motor that has broken. more »»

Local Boy’s Act of Kindness Makes Lasting Impression

July 26, 2017 The power of social media was evident last week as a young Wetzel County boy, and a motorcycle rider from New York, connected from miles apart. more »»

Rain Wreaks Havoc on Hundred

July 26, 2017 Strong thunderstorms and heavy rains caused flooding in Hundred on Saturday, wreaking havoc for the town’s residents. more »»

Magnolia FFA Captures State Land Judging, Homesite Title

July 26, 2017 Wetzel County was well represented July 12-15 at the 89th Annual West Virginia FFA State Convention. The event was held at Cedar Lakes Conference Center in Ripley, W.V. more »»

Paden City High School’s Future Looks Bright

July 26, 2017 Several years ago, with the Wetzel County Board of Education facing budget problems and enrollment at Paden City High school on the decline, the future of the community’s high school looked bleak. more »»

Annual Senior Picnic Set for Town and Country Days

July 25, 2017 Area senior citizens will gather for a time of fellowship and fun at the Mollohan Center when Senior Citizens Day is held at Town and Country Days on Thursday, Aug. 17. more »»

Wetzel Students Will Receive School Supplies

July 19, 2017 The excitement for the 2017-2018 school year is building as Wetzel County Schools personnel have reported that students will not have to purchase school supplies for the upcoming school year. more »»

Dawson Arrested For Malicious Wounding

July 19, 2017 EDIT: 2 P.M., JULY 20 New Martinsville Police Chief Tim Cecil has reported that Albert Dawson, 34, has been caught by law enforcement and will be taken to Northern Regional Jail. more »»

McKinley Talks Flood Insurance with the Chronicle

July 19, 2017 According to United States Congressman David McKinley (R-W.Va.), the climate in Washington, D.C. is not as dysfunctional as one might believe. more »»

Two Sent to Prison from Wetzel Circuit Court

July 19, 2017 Robert Greathouse, 40 of Pine Grove, was sentenced to one to 10 years in the West Virginia Penitentiary for men on July 7, by Judge David W. Hummel, Jr. more »»

PD’s Rzr Passes Away Unexpectedly

July 19, 2017 The local law enforcement community is suffering the loss of New Martinsville Police Department’s K-9 Rzr, who passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, July 16. more »»

WVNCC Hosts Oil & Gas Seminars

July 19, 2017 Those seeking more knowledge, or even a future career, in the oil and gas industry do not need to travel or look far. more »»

 
 
 

 

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