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Assistant Principal Requested at Valley

October 28, 2015 Valley High School’s instructors are requesting an assistant principal, in hopes it might prevent their current principal from ever considering a departure. more »»

Board Approves Matters

October 28, 2015 The following personnel and routine matters were approved at the Monday, Oct. 19 meeting of the Wetzel County Board of Education: Resignations: Crystal L. more »»

Magnolia Duo Headed To State Tournament

October 28, 2015 A senior won the boys’ race and a freshman captured the top spot in the girls’ race when 17 schools competed Oct. 22 in the West Virginia Class A-AA Region One Cross Country Championship. more »»

4-H, FFA on the Move

October 28, 2015 As the leaves on the trees are changing due to fall, I become vigilant of the traditions that we observe this time of year: picking apples, carving pumpkins, Friday Night Football, and Trick or... more »»

Wildcats Fall In Shootout

October 28, 2015 The Clay-Battelle Cee-Bees raced out to a 23-6 lead and held on for a 58-40 victory over Paden City Oct. 23 in Wildcat territory. more »»

Horselogger Keeps on Rolling

October 21, 2015 On a late Monday afternoon in Tyler County, an unfamiliar site can be since in a field along Rout 180, a Conestoga wagon, three large draft horses and Lee Crafton also known as “Lee the Horselogge. more »»

Sheriff’s Department Getting ATV Garage

October 21, 2015 The Wetzel County Sheriff’s Office will now have a building to house its ATVs, thanks to the Wetzel County Commission. more »»

Police Ask For Help In Murder Investigation

October 21, 2015 The West Virginia State Police is asking for help with the investigation involving the homicide of Carl Michael Thompson, 79, who was found dead on Hawkey Hill in Wetzel County. more »»

Police Chief Suspended Without Pay

October 21, 2015 Paden City Police Chief Joseph Richardson was suspended with pay Thursday pending the outcome of a domestic battery investigation. more »»

Pine Grove Town Council Discusses Financial Matters

October 21, 2015 Pine Grove Town Council discussed ways to save, and acquire, extra funds at its monthly meeting held on Oct. 13 in council chambers. more »»

PCHS Earns High Marks

October 21, 2015 Paden City High School’s 2014-2015 seventh, eighth, and tenth grades all scored above the county and state in regards to the 2014-2015 General Summative Assessment, according to PCHS Principal Jay... more »»


October 21, 2015 Many Wetzel County students came back to school in August to a new look, thanks to several Wetzel County Summer Maintenance projects. more »»

Dinner Honors Local Law Enforcement

October 14, 2015 The First Christian Church of New Martinsville, located on Maple Avenue, recently held a dinner to honor local law enforcement officers in Wetzel County. more »»

Law Enforcement Gets Active Shooter Training

October 14, 2015 Local law enforcement officers recently received active shooter training in hopes to impact future incident. more »»

Police Chief Arrested

October 14, 2015 Paden City Police Chief J.L. Richardson was arrested Monday on domestic battery charges. No bond has been set.. more »»

Community Foundation Helps Promote Economic Growth

October 14, 2015 The Community Foundation of the Ohio Valley has partnered with the Wetzel County Commissioners to promote economic growth through giving. more »»

PCES Students Excel In Language Arts

October 14, 2015 According to Paden City Elementary School Principal Tammy Chambers, fourth and sixth grade PCES students performed better than both the county and state in the Reading/ Language Arts portion of the... more »»

Amos Remembers His Family Legacy

October 7, 2015 Just a few short weeks ago Wetzel County lost one of its heroes. Perhaps many were unaware of this and only remembered Virginia M. more »»

Autumnfest Begins Friday

October 7, 2015 There will be plenty of fall fun as the 23rd annual Autumnfest will take over Wetzel County’s 4-H Grounds Oct. 9-11. Admission and parking is free for the festivities. The event will kick off 10 a.m. more »»



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