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Manchin Makes Local Stops

November 12, 2014 U.S. Senator Joe Manchin visited to the local area Thursday, making stops at Quinet’s Court Restaurant in downtown New Martinsville and Bayer Corporation in Proctor. more »»

Edgell Falls In Election

November 12, 2014 Incumbent Second District Senator Larry Edgell, democrat, failed to win his bid for re-election in the General Election. more »»

Paden City Named Third Safest City In State

November 12, 2014 Paden City has been named the third safest city in West Virginia according to a SafeWise Repor. more »»

Lynch Pleads Guilty

November 12, 2014 Robert Levi Lynch, 24, of 187 North State Route 2 Apt. more »»

Goddard Given Prison Time After Failing To Complete Drug Court

November 12, 2014 Andrew Ryan Goddard, 21, of HC 60 Box 12A, New Martinsville, was sentenced Friday by the Honorable Judge David W. Hummel to 90 days in jail for failing the county’s drug court program. more »»

New Martinsville Seriously Eyes Property Issues

November 12, 2014 Building Inspector Joe Hanna gave New Martinsville council a report on various property issues in the town during the Oct. 6 council meeting. more »»

Board Explores Ways To Combat Drugs

November 5, 2014 At Monday night’s meeting of the Wetzel County Board of Education, Board President Mike Blair announced that he would like the board to begin looking into helping combat the county’s war on drugs. more »»

Pine Grove Projects Receives State Funding

November 5, 2014 Senator Larry Edgell (D-Wetzel) and Delegate Dave Pethtel (D-Wetzel) presented notification of appropriations to the Pine Grove Volunteer Fire Department and Pine Grove Park Committee on Oct. 29. more »»

McKinley Meets With Agricultural Leaders

November 5, 2014 Congressman David B. McKinley, was in New Martinsville on Oct. 21 at the West Virginia Extension Office for an agricultural roundtable. more »»

Paden City Plans To Bring Back Holiday Event

November 5, 2014 Miranda Corcoran appeared before Paden City Council Monday to seek the city’s support to have a light up night on the first Friday in December, Dec. 5, at 6:30 p.m., in Centennial Park. more »»

County Receives Found Money

November 5, 2014 Tim Hooper from the West Virginia Treasurer’s Office paid a visit to the Wetzel County Commission Oct. 9 to distribute $1,084 in unclaimed funds to the county. The funds dated back to 1997 and 200. more »»

Judge Sentences Calhoun To 5-15 Years For Incest

November 5, 2014 John Otto Calhoun, 74, of 231 Montwell Drive, Mingo Junction, Ohio, was sentenced to five to 15 years in prison Oct. 30 for inces. more »»

Pethtel Retains Seat In The House

November 4, 2014 General election results for Wetzel County have been tabulated. Democratic incumbent Dave Pethtel has retained his seat with 2,620 votes compared to Republican Mary Kay Milliken’s 1,264. more »»

Three Arrested For Meth Monday in NM

October 29, 2014 A search warrant served at 729 Maple Avenue, New Martinsville, Monday night resulted in the discovery of a working meth lab and the arrest of Arin Kyle Grimm, 2. more »»

Trick or Treat Times Are Set

October 29, 2014 Trick or Treat times have been set for local municipalities. more »»

Winning Weather Graces Fest

October 29, 2014 The Wetzel County Chamber of Commerce’s annual Chili-Fest held in downtown New Martinsville Saturday was a resounding succes. more »»

Schools Crown Homecoming Royalty

October 29, 2014 One king and three queens were crowned this past week, as Hundred High School, Magnolia High School, and Valley High School all celebrated homecoming festivities. more »»

Fox, Cannizzaro Will Dance Saturday

October 29, 2014 What do the chief of police, a banker, a photographer, a former cheerleader, a doctor, a news anchor, a coach, a CEO, a senator, and an arts enthusiast have in common? They are all “stars” set to... more »»

Valley, Short Line Report Progress To Board

October 29, 2014 The Wetzel County Board of Education met at Valley High School Oct.. 20 as part of the county schools’ yearly Local School Improvement Council reports. more »»

Benefits Set For Lemasters

October 29, 2014 Several benefits for local dispatcher and longtime emergency responder Paul Lemasters are being held in Middlebourne. Lemasters has been hospitalized since April. A benefit dinner will be held Nov. more »»



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