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Employees of the Month Selected

December 31, 2014 Pictured is Wetzel County Superintendent Dennis Albright with October 2014 Employees of the Month Kim Sobataka, teacher at the Wetzel County Center for Children and Families, and Theresa Jones, coo... more »»

Law Enforcement Will Be Watching on New Year’s Eve

December 31, 2014 The celebration of a new year usually brings a variety of fun, festivities, and traditions - resolutions for a better year ahead, New Year’s Eve parties, sauerkraut and spare ribs, and watching the... more »»

Parking Violations Outlined in City

December 31, 2014 Non-motorized equipment such as recreational equipment can only be parked on New Martinsville streets for less than eight consecutive hours. more »»

Methane Geyser Fixed in Monroe

December 31, 2014 SARDIS - After 10 days of being displaced, people living near Magnum Hunter's Stalder well pad can spend Christmas at home as workers capped the huge well that had been spouting methane into the ai... more »»

Man Arrested on Firearm Charge

December 31, 2014 John William Schumacher, 53, of 296 North Street, Route 2, Lot 59-W, New Martinsville was taken into custody Sunday night and charged with wanton endangerment involving a firearm after allegedly... more »»

Charities Need Boost Locally

December 31, 2014   In the Ohio Valley, even during the holiday season, needy families and individuals find themselves going without. more »»

Commission Hears From Workforce Board Rep

December 31, 2014 Rosemary Guida, executive director of the Northern Panhandle Workforce Investment Board, visited the Wetzel County Commission last week for an update on the board’s various projects and programs. more »»

Hundred High Students ‘Stick’ To School

December 31, 2014 On Dec. 16 Hundred High School held a special recognition ceremony for achievements during the first semester and on the WESTEST 2. more »»

Communities Battle Drug Problem

December 31, 2014 Community leaders in northern West Virginia are working on a collaborative approach to combat drug abuse and overdose deaths in the region. more »»

Singer Chosen For Award

December 24, 2014 Caleb Singer, student at Hundred High School, was recognized at the Wetzel County Board of Education meeting Dec. 15 for the “Yes I Can Award. more »»

Magistrate Finds Cause For Murder Charges

December 24, 2014 Wetzel County Magistrate Judith Goontz declared Dec. 17 that there is probable cause to bind the cases involving Natasha Burns, 26, and Samuel L. more »»

Police Obtain Douglas

December 24, 2014 Matthew William Douglas, 28, was picked up by the New Martinsville Police Department Dec. 11 on a capias warrant issued in September. more »»

Bus Driver Terminated

December 24, 2014 The employment for Wyatt L. Graham, bus driver for Wetzel County Schools, was terminated Dec. 16 during a special session of the Wetzel County Board of Education. more »»

Grimm Enters A Guilty Plea

December 24, 2014 Aaron K. Grimm, 20, of New Martinsville, pleaded guilty Dec. 11 to attempting to manufacture a controlled substance, methamphetamine. more »»

Courthouse Will Be Closed Friday

December 24, 2014 Despite Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin’s decision to not make Dec. 26 a state holiday, Wetzel County Commissioners voted last week to extend the holiday weekend. more »»

Riley Sentenced To Jail For Probation Violation

December 24, 2014 Summer D. Riley, 32, was sentenced to 60 days in jail after violating the terms and conditions of her probation. more »»

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 »»



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