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Schools Crown Royalty

October 16, 2013 The Homecoming Queen and King for Hundred High School were crowned during half time ceremonies at Friday night’s football game. They royalty are Lindsay Jones and Rocky Tennant. more »»

Many Prepare For Electric Outage Oct. 25

October 16, 2013 Electric customers in New Martinsville, particularly businesses, are preparing for a planned outage on Oct. 25. more »»

Wells Gets 1-5 For Failure To Appear In Court

October 16, 2013 On Oct. 7, Charles Robert Wells, 47, of P.O. Box 53, Proctor, was sentenced to one to five years in the West Virginia Penitentiary for Men for failure to appear on felony bail. more »»

Ormet Closure Brings More Discussion, Help

October 16, 2013 Ormet might have shut its doors last week, but the battle to keep the plant open is ongoing, with politicians on both sides of the river speaking out in favor of saving the jobs of 1,000 local men... more »»

Commission Funds Grow Local

October 16, 2013 The Wetzel County Commission unanimously approved to continue funding the Grow Local, Go Local project. Tom Myslinsky requested the funding last week, seeking $9. more »»

Paden City Schools Tell Board Of Progress

October 16, 2013 Paden City Elementary School Principal Tammy Chambers offered extensive information on PCES to the Wetzel County Board of Education on Oc. more »»

‘Bill Stewart Memorial Stadium’ Approved By Board Of Education

October 16, 2013 Magnolia High School’s football stadium will now be referred to as “Bill Stewart Memorial Stadium,” thanks to the approval of the Wetzel County Board of Education at their Oct. 7 meetin. more »»

Ormet To Close

October 9, 2013 Needless to say, many Wetzel County residents were shocked Friday afternoon to hear the news that Ormet was shutting down, a turn of events that will cost about 750 workers their jobs in addition t... more »»

Paden City Rescinds Appointment

October 9, 2013 BY ALEX KING Staff Writer At its regular monthly meeting on Monday, Paden City Council voted to rescind their Sept. 3 appointing of resident Bill Fox to the Paden City Development Authority (PCDA). more »»

Local Schools Name Royalty

October 9, 2013 Brett Rosen and Landyn Ramsay are crowned Mr. and Miss River at halftime of Friday’s victorious homecoming football game against Bishop Rosencrans. more »»

Residents Clash With CSX At Public Meeting

October 9, 2013 Wetzel County Commission President Don Mason reported at a special meeting Oct. 1 that construction on New Martinsville’s Brooklyn/Main Street bridge project would begin sooner than expected. more »»

Victory Chant

October 9, 2013 A bet between Magnolia and Paden City high schools came to fruition Monday. more »»

Paden City Park To Host Fall Festival Saturday

October 9, 2013 A highlight of Paden City’s Fall Festival on Saturday in Paden City is sure to be the tasty food sold by local organizations. more »»

Autumnfest Will Be Held At Wetzel 4-H Camp

October 9, 2013 One year into its second decade, Wetzel County’s Autumnfest, with its crafts, apple butter, apple cider, and other seasonal favorites, is sure to get you and your family excited about the crisp,... more »»

Solid Waste Authority Worried About Landfill Levels

October 9, 2013 Bill Hughes, Mark Cochran, and Terri Tyler of Wetzel County’s Solid Waste Authority approached Wetzel County Commissioners Sept. more »»

Pingley Sentenced To 20-40 Years For Sex Crime

October 4, 2013 Perry Riley Pingley, 45, of P.O. Box 147 Jacksonburg, was sentenced today to 20-40 years in the West Virginia Penitentiary for Men. more »»

PUCO Modifies Ormet's Application For A Unique Arrangement

October 3, 2013 On Wednesday the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio modified and approved Ormet Primary Aluminum Corporation’s application for a unique arrangement. more »»

No One Injured When Bus Lightly Hit On I-70

October 2, 2013 No one was injured when the Wetzel County School bus carrying the Magnolia High School junior varsity football team was lightly hit by a vehicle on I-70 Monday night. more »»

Martie Pleads Guilty To Arson

October 2, 2013 Justin Matthew Martie, 25, of 454 North Main Street, New Martinsville, pleaded guilty Sept. 26 to count two of his original two-count indictment, third degree arson. more »»

PUCO Ruling On Ormet Request Expected

October 2, 2013 The five members of the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio are expected to decide today whether Ormet Corporation will receive approval on a package of requests they have submitted concerning... more »»



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