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Donoho Rides For Awareness

December 24, 2014 It’s Dec. 24, and for many this means last minute shopping, cookie baking, and gift-wrapping. The most joyous time of year can quickly turn into the most stressful for all of us. more »»

Cummings Offers Powerful Book

December 24, 2014 “God had surely taken his soul—the Devil wouldn’t be interested in a man whose agony surpassed his own. more »»

Walking Into A Winter Wonderland

December 24, 2014 It’s the third year for Becky Baker and mother Linda Ebert’s Christmas village—and it’s obvious the town is growing. Baker, a New Martinsville resident, has no plans of quitting. more »»

Furry Christmas

December 17, 2014 It’s become a cliche on movie screens and television sets: A cute puppy or kitten waiting under the tree on Christmas morning. more »»

Husband, Wife Sentenced

December 17, 2014 A husband and wife who were caught selling drugs earlier this year were sentenced in Wetzel County Circuit Court last week. Robert Lynch and Nancy Lynch, both of 187 North State Route 2 Apt. more »»

Marijuana Use Serious, Official Says

December 17, 2014 (Editor’s note:  This is the final part of a four-part installment from this program designed to help educate the public on drugs and their abuses.) “It’s just marijuana. more »»

Monroe Gas Leak Stopped

December 17, 2014 Triad Hunter and state investigators are working to determine how the company’s Utica Shale well on the Stalder pad north of Sardis in Monroe County began leaking natural gas Saturday, an event that... more »»

Parks Board Asks BOE for Help

December 17, 2014 New Martinsville Parks and Recreation is seeking $40,000 a year for the next five years from the Wetzel County Board of Education to help ensure the park’s facilities remain updated. more »»

Board Hears Presentation

December 17, 2014 Representatives of several entities operating in the Wetzel County Center for Children and Families appeared before the Wetzel County Board of Education on Nov. more »»

Commission Makes Donation to Club

December 17, 2014 The Pine Grove Community Sportsman’s Club will be able to start on some much-needed improvements, including a pistol range, thanks to the help of the Wetzel County Commission. more »»

Probation Revoked in Circuit Court

December 17, 2014 Summer D. Riley, 32, was sentenced to 60 days in jail after violating the terms and conditions of her probation. more »»

New Martinsville Receives ATV Donation

December 17, 2014 New Martinsville Street Commissioner Gary Willey said his department is preparing for winter weather. He said the city finally received some cinders treated with salt brine on Nov. 26. more »»

Two Arrested on Drug Charges

December 17, 2014 Steven Chris Jobes, 26, of 45 Paducah Drive, Apt. 7, New Martinsville, and Myron Helmick, 26, of HC 60 Box 29, New Martinsville, were both arrested Nov. 30 and charged with drug-related offenses. more »»

State Police Warns To Stop

December 17, 2014 The West Virginia State Police would like to tell motorist in Wetzel and Tyler Counties of the importance of stopping for School Buses while loading and unloading children. more »»

City To Be Showcased In 2015 League Calendar

December 17, 2014 Thanks to the talent of one local photographer, the area’s local beauty and attractions will be showcased in the West Virginia Municipal League’s 2015 Showcase Calendar. more »»

It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas

December 10, 2014 Despite the rainy weather that cancelled some area events, the Wetzel County Chamber of Commerce persisted with their holiday plans Saturday evening that included the annual Christmas parade and a... more »»

Hearing Held For Littleton Murders

December 10, 2014 The individuals accused of setting fire to a Littleton home earlier this year, killing three people, had their preliminary hearings in Wetzel County Magistrate Court on Dec. more »»

Hundred Old-Fashioned Christmas Returns Friday

December 10, 2014 Anyone wanting to get into the holiday spirit will not want to miss Hundred’s Old-Fashioned Christmas this Friday. The second annual event will begin at 6 p.m. more »»

Council Approves Hose Purchase

December 10, 2014 New Martinsville City Council unanimously approved at their Dec. more »»

New Martinsville Breathes Easier

December 10, 2014 New Martinsville’s parks and facilities are officially smoke free thanks to a July 24 ordinance. Pictured are the following supporters who gathered together Dec. more »»



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