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Bluegrass To Fill 4-H Camp

August 20, 2014 Those pining for some toe-tapping bluegrass this weekend will need to look no further than the Wetzel County 4-H Camp, as the ninth annual Veterans Bluegrass Festival takes over the grounds Aug. more »»

Helping Heroes Wants To Help Veterans In Wetzel County

August 20, 2014 Jazmine Domonski, Outreach Specialist of Helping Heroes, Inc., visited the Wetzel County Commission on Aug. 6 with information concerning her organization, which helps homeless veteran. more »»

Valley Praise Fest Set For Saturday

August 20, 2014 The fifth annual Valley Praise Fest will be held Saturday, Aug. 23, at Faith Fellowship in Reader, highlighted by a performance by The Carriers. more »»

Environmental Questions Posed

August 20, 2014 Residents, environmentalists, and activists gathered at Hilltop Community Center, located on Ohio Route 536, on Aug. more »»

Town & Country Days Continues

August 13, 2014 The 54th annual Town and Country Days picked their royalty on Aug. 11 after opening ceremonies to kickoff the fist day of Town and Country Days. more »»

Commission Earns State Tax Department Award

August 13, 2014 Wetzel County Commission was honored Aug. 5 as they became the 2014 recipients of the Thelma J. Stone Memorial Achievement Award. more »»

PCDA At Center Of Ordinance Changes

August 13, 2014 Paden City Council passed the first reading of two ordinances concerning the Paden City Development Authority during a tumultuous council meeting Aug. 4. more »»

Officials, Residents Meet With CSX Officials

August 13, 2014 According to West Virginia Department of Transportation’s Assistant District Engineer of Bridges, Daniel Sikora, New Martinsville’s Brooklyn/Main Street Bridge project might reach completion by the... more »»

Sheriff’s Office Has Been Busy In 2014

August 13, 2014 Wetzel County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Mike Koontz provided the county commission with an update Aug. 6 on recent department activity, including the hiring of a new secretary for the department. more »»

Cross Pleads Guilty To Federal Drug Charges

August 13, 2014 On Aug. 6, the Wetzel County Prosecuting Attorney’s office released information on the federal court case involving Amber J. Cross, 26, of New Martinsville. Cross entered a plea of guilt on Au. more »»

Council Discusses PC Parks, Streets

August 13, 2014 Paden City Councilmen Dan Probst and Tom Trader gave reports on the city’s park and pool at the monthly meeting held Aug. 4. Councilman Probst said he felt everything is going well. more »»

Damaged Airport Hangars Concern Area Residents

August 6, 2014 The P W Johnson Memorial Airport was a topic of concern at Monday’s New Martinsville City Council after city officials reported a July 27 storm damaged the already rundown property, causing a hazard... more »»

Town And Country Days Begin Monday

August 6, 2014 Glitz, glamour—and perhaps glitter as well—will take the stage Monday for the first night of the 2014 Town and Country Days. more »»

PC Ordinance: No Bicycles On Sidewalks

August 6, 2014 Several citizens appeared before Paden City Council Monday evening to express concerns they have with an ordinance which prohibits children from riding their bicycles on city sidewalks. more »»

CRI Opens Paden City Office

August 6, 2014 The Wetzel-Tyler office of Community Resources, Inc. has opened a new office in the Paden City Health and Recreation Center, the old Paden City Middle School. The office, located at 425 S. more »»

Senior Day At Fair Set

August 6, 2014 Area senior citizens will gather for food, fellowship, and fun at the Mollohan Center when Senior Citizens Day is held at Town and Country Days on Aug. 14. more »»

Stokes Looks To Make Album

August 6, 2014 Kevin Stokes got his start playing guitar and singing almost nine years ago at Baristas Cafe and Pub when he was still in high school. more »»

WCSWA Speaks At Hearing

August 6, 2014 A handful of passionate opponents spoke out July 30 against proposed rule revisions for the disposal of waste material from drilling sites. more »»

Seckman Releases Her Fourth Novel

August 6, 2014 It’s been just two short years since her debut novel “Past Due,” and it’s obvious Elizabeth Seckman has not put away the pen since. more »»

Judge Hummel Reduces Sentence For Dreyfuse

August 6, 2014 Christine N. Rial Dreyfuse, 27, of New Martinsville, was released from jail Aug. 4 after Judge David W. Hummel approved of a motion for a reduction in sentence. more »»



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