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WVSP Detachment To Stay In Hundred

July 9, 2014 It appears that political pressure may have saved the Hundred Detachment of the West Virginia State Police. more »»

Large Load Brings Down Utility Pole

July 9, 2014 Just before 1 p.m. more »»

Wileyville Festivities Set

July 9, 2014 Saturday’s Wileyville Homecoming will present a wonderful sampling of local talent on their stage. But of course the event is about much more than entertainment—it’s about community. more »»

Animal Control Officer Resigns

July 9, 2014 New Martinsville’s Animal Control Officer, David Moore, resigned Tuesday morning during an emergency personnel committee. more »»

Bridge Dedicated To Fallen Korean War Soldier

July 9, 2014 A late local hero has recently received his rightful recognition as on June 12 signs were placed on the bridge in Pine Grove between Simon’s Market and Norris Pharmacy, dedicating the structure to... more »»

Board Of Education Approves Agenda Items

July 9, 2014 The following matters were approved at the Monday night meeting of the Wetzel County Board of Education. Board Member Carolyn Gatian recused herself from personnel matter. more »»

NM Parks Host Many Visitors This Summer

July 9, 2014 New Martinsville Parks and Recreation Director Bev Gibb said at Monday night’s council meeting that the parks have many programs going on throughout the summer. more »»

Bowman Joins Office As Victims’ Advocate

July 9, 2014 Timothy E. Haught, prosecuting attorney for Wetzel County, would like to announce the hiring of Aimee Bowman as the new Victim’s Advocate for Wetzel County beginning July 1. more »»

Equipment Put Into Place For Bridge Repair

July 9, 2014 Jeff and Kristi Gieseke appeared before the Wetzel County Commission Tuesday morning to request an update on the Brooklyn/Main Street Bridge. more »»

Paden City Approves Sewer Rate, Deposit Increases

July 9, 2014 At their meeting Monday night, Paden City Council adopted ordinances to increase rates, tolls, deposits, and charges for furnishing sewer service and deposits for water service to 1,350 customers i... more »»

Fire Blazed At Well Pad Saturday

July 2, 2014 A fire raged at Statoil’s Eisenbarth well pad in Monroe County Saturday, sending a giant plume of black smoke into the air that could be seen for tens of mile. more »»

Wetzel Towns Celebrate Independence

July 2, 2014 New Martinsville The tradition of Arts in the Park on July 4 will continue in 2014 at Bruce Park in New Martinsville. The Friday festivities will last from 1-5 p.m. more »»

Locals Help Revive Theatre

July 2, 2014 Four local thespians are spending their summer working to save a West Virginia institution—the Hatfields and McCoys. more »»

Ormet Is Sold

July 2, 2014 Niagara Worldwide LLC won the rights to purchase the assets of the idled Ormet Corp. for $25.25 million during a private auction. Eric . more »»

Regatta Races Toward Bigger, Better Event

July 2, 2014 BY LAUREN MATTHEWS Staff Writer Amy Jo Dieffenbauch and Dan McConaughey approached the Wetzel County Commission June 10 to request help with funding for this year’s New Martinsville Records Run... more »»

Five Arrested For Drugs

June 25, 2014 Five area individuals were arrested at The Villas in New Martinsville June 18 and charged with drug-related offenses. Nancy Jane Lynch, 19, and Robert Levi Lynch, 23, of 187 North State Route 2, Apt. more »»

Co-LEPC Still Works Toward Separation

June 25, 2014 The discussion of the separation of the Marshall/Wetzel LEPC was the main topic of discussion at Thursday’s regular meeting of the Local Emergency Planning Committee. more »»

Council Grants Raises

June 25, 2014 At a special New Martinsville council meeting held June 18, council voted to give the water and sewer department a three percent increase in wages. more »»

Paden City Alumni Association Will Honor Huffman

June 25, 2014 The Paden City Alumni Association is pleased to announce the recipient of the 2014 Distinguished Alumni Award is Roy E. Huffman, Class of 1961. more »»

Wiley Receives 60 Days For Technical Violation

June 25, 2014 Jesse James Wiley, 35, was sentenced June 6 to 60 days in jail by Judge David W. Hummel for a violation of supervised probation. more »»



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