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Beloved Police K-9 Mauser Dies at Home

July 27, 2016 SISTERSVILLE — One man’s best friend has gone to doggy heaven. Police Chief Rob Haught’s trusty companion, Mauser, died in his sleep July 14 at home. more »»

Commission Discusses Gabriel Project, RegattaFest

July 27, 2016 Several clients have signed up for assistance from the area's new Gabriel Project location, according to Linda Barth of the organizatio. more »»

First Responder Fundraiser Nets $1,800

July 20, 2016 New Martinsville’s 7-Eleven, in coordination with several other entities, held a cookout fundraiser July 11 for the area’s “Shop With A First Responder. more »»

Quinn Pleads to Manslaughter

July 20, 2016 A Paden City woman, formerly charged with murder, pleaded guilty Wednesday, July 20 to the lesser included offense of voluntary manslaughter. more »»

Gabriel Project Officially Opens Its Doors

July 20, 2016 The Gabriel Project has officially opened its doors to the public with a ribbon cutting ceremony held Tuesday, July 12. more »»

Prayer Vigil To Honor Police

July 20, 2016 PADEN CITY — A prayer vigil will be held for Tyler and Wetzel counties law enforcement officers on Friday at the city park. The vigil starts at 8 p.m. more »»

Board of Health Tables Smoking Issue

July 20, 2016 The Wetzel Tyler Board of Health will make a decision on its Clean Air Regulation 2016 at a later date, pending conversations with Wetzel and Tyler counties’ prosecuting attorneys. more »»

New Martinsville Pool Is Open

July 20, 2016 The New Martinsville Pool, after a season and a half out of operation, opened its door to a brand new pool Sunday afternoon. The official ribbon cutting for the pool was held Tuesday. more »»

Pine Grove Addresses Vandalism Issues

July 20, 2016 At its July 12 monthly meeting, Pine Grove Town Council discussed issues with its garbage truck, including recent vandalism. more »»

Authority Votes To Quit Paying Invoices

July 13, 2016 The Wetzel County Solid Waste Authority has voted to quit paying invoices from Attorney Silas Taylor, pending further review by the authority. The authority held a regular meeting Thursday, July 7. more »»

WCSWA Collects 300,000 Pounds Of Recyclables

July 13, 2016 At the Thursday, July 7 meeting of the Wetzel County Solid Waste Authority, Executive Director Terri Tyler gave a report regarding the county’s recycling program. more »»

New Wetzel County BOE Members Are Sworn In

July 13, 2016 A new superintendent and three new board members were sworn in at the Tuesday, July 5 meeting of the Wetzel County Board of Education. more »»

New Martinsville Council Officials Aiming to Clean Up City

July 13, 2016 New Martinsville city council met on Tuesday, July 5 to discuss some of the main topics of the city under its newly elected officials. more »»

Local Residents Visit Flood-Worn Area

July 6, 2016 New Martinsville resident Jodi Blair arrived home from Rainelle, W.Va. — a recently flood devastated area — late in the evening on June 30. more »»

New Martinsville Swears in New Council Members

July 6, 2016 Former New Martinsville Mayor Keith Nelsen swore in the city’s council members, both incumbents and newly elected officials, on Wednesday, June 29. more »»

Benefit Set For Roberts

July 6, 2016 The local community will come together Sunday, July 10 for a spaghetti dinner benefit for Middlebourne resident Dave Roberts. The event will be held from noon to 4 p.m. more »»

Public Meeting Set for Clean Air Regulations

July 6, 2016 The Wetzel-Tyler Health Department board will vote on its Clean Air Regulation of 2016 at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, July 12. The special meeting will be held at New Martinsville’s city council chambers. more »»

Wetzel County Commission Approves Flood Relief

July 6, 2016 At its Tuesday, June 28 meeting, the Wetzel County Commission approved the expenditure of $6,992. more »»

Reader Marathon Memorial Monument Blocked by Gas Meter

July 6, 2016 READER — Wetzel County resident H. John Rogers is upset over Mountaineer Gas Co.’s decision to install a gas meter directly in front of a local memoria. more »»

4-H Camp a Success

July 6, 2016 Over 130 4-H’ers from across Wetzel County spent last week enjoying a traditional summer activity: camp! “Lights, Camera, 4-H” was the theme of the 2016 Wetzel County 4-H Camp, held at the Wetzel... more »»



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