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Ormet Is Sold

July 2, 2014 Niagara Worldwide LLC won the rights to purchase the assets of the idled Ormet Corp. for $25.25 million during a private auction. Eric . more »»

Regatta Races Toward Bigger, Better Event

July 2, 2014 BY LAUREN MATTHEWS Staff Writer Amy Jo Dieffenbauch and Dan McConaughey approached the Wetzel County Commission June 10 to request help with funding for this year’s New Martinsville Records Run... more »»

Five Arrested For Drugs

June 25, 2014 Five area individuals were arrested at The Villas in New Martinsville June 18 and charged with drug-related offenses. Nancy Jane Lynch, 19, and Robert Levi Lynch, 23, of 187 North State Route 2, Apt. more »»

Co-LEPC Still Works Toward Separation

June 25, 2014 The discussion of the separation of the Marshall/Wetzel LEPC was the main topic of discussion at Thursday’s regular meeting of the Local Emergency Planning Committee. more »»

Council Grants Raises

June 25, 2014 At a special New Martinsville council meeting held June 18, council voted to give the water and sewer department a three percent increase in wages. more »»

Paden City Alumni Association Will Honor Huffman

June 25, 2014 The Paden City Alumni Association is pleased to announce the recipient of the 2014 Distinguished Alumni Award is Roy E. Huffman, Class of 1961. more »»

Wiley Receives 60 Days For Technical Violation

June 25, 2014 Jesse James Wiley, 35, was sentenced June 6 to 60 days in jail by Judge David W. Hummel for a violation of supervised probation. more »»

Long Admits To Having Ingredients For Meth Lab

June 25, 2014 Amanda L. Long, 29, of 414 Ohio Street, New Martinsville, pleaded guilty Tuesday to possession of precursors to methamphetamine. more »»

Grimm Pleads Guilty

June 25, 2014 Sean David Grimm, 27, of 349 Foundry Street, New Martinsville, pleaded guilty Thursday to battery, the lesser included offense of his original charge, malicious assault. more »»

Hundred Plans For July 4

June 25, 2014 Plans for the Fourth of July celebration were the main topic of discuss at the June 16 meeting of Hundred Town Council. more »»

WCCADA, WCSO Host Picnic For Area Youth

June 25, 2014 Wetzel County children engaged in food and fun with their families on June 14 as the very first Wetzel County Community Picnic was held, thanks to a joint effort by the Wetzel County Sheriff’s... more »»

Relay For Life To Be Held Friday

June 18, 2014 The American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life of Wetzel County will begin at 6 p.m. Friday and continue through 5 a.m. Saturday morning at the Wetzel County 4-H Grounds. more »»

Traffic Stop Nets Heroin

June 18, 2014 New Martinsville Police Department Chief Tim Cecil has reported that Shaun Michael Haslam, 31, of 42900 Long Ridge Road, Clarington, was arrested Monday night and charged with possession with intent... more »»

Wall of Honor Dedicated To Wetzel County’s Heroes

June 18, 2014 Several area residents and dignitaries gathered Saturday for the dedication of the Wetzel County Wall of Honor, located beside New Martinsville’s American Legion Marne Post #28. more »»

Honoring Top School Employees

June 18, 2014 Pictured are Wetzel County Board of Education Employees of the Month for April, along with Superintendent Dennis Albright. They were honored at the June 2 board meeting. more »»

PC Boosters Present Plan For Changes

June 18, 2014 Jon Baker and Kelly Schultheis with the Paden City Wildcat Boosters Association spoke to the Wetzel County Board of Education Monday. more »»

NM Council Reduces Raises, Nixes Some

June 18, 2014 At a special meeting of New Martinsville City Council June 11, council member Doris Fannin recommended passing the water and sewer budget, including giving the water and sewer department employees ... more »»

NM Parks Outlines Summer Activities

June 18, 2014 While the first day of summer is not until June 21, the New Martinsville Parks and Recreation Department has been busy filling the warmer months with all types of family friendly activities. more »»

Hundred Hosts Their First Relay For Life

June 18, 2014 The Hundred area hosted their first Relay For Life event Saturday. There was a good turnout for the evening that included the traditional survivors lap to start things off, pictured at right. more »»

Commission Helps To ‘Color The County’

June 11, 2014 The Wetzel County Commission did their part to “Color the County Purple” Tuesday morning as they tied purple ribbons to the front pillars of the county commission building on Main Street, New... more »»



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