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Sunfish Creek Festival Will Be Held Saturday

June 11, 2014 The Ohio Valley River Museum is announcing events they will have during Saturday’s Sunfish Creek Festival in Clarington. On June 14 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. more »»

Hopkins Re-elected As Paden City Mayor

June 5, 2014 John "Hoppy" Hopkins has retained his seat as mayor of Paden City. He has garnered 231 votes in comparison to 181 for William “Bill” Fox and 8 for Cindy Slider. more »»

Three Seek To Be Paden City’s Mayor

June 4, 2014 The Wetzel Chronicle mailed questions to all political candidates in Paden City’s Municipal Election to be held Thursday, June 5. Their responses are being printed in alphabetical order. William . more »»

Golf Course, Pool Open In NM Parks

June 4, 2014 The paid attractions within New Martinsville’s parks opened over the weekend—including the newly renovated miniature golf course at Bruce Park. more »»

Paden City Approves Increase

June 4, 2014 Monday evening Paden City Council approved a sewage rate increase of $8 per month, to be phased in as a $4.39 increase in September and a $4.38 increase effective September 2015. more »»

Charkawi, Hickman Lead PCHS Grads

June 4, 2014 The Class of 2014 at Paden City High School was led by Valedictorian Myah Charkawi and Salutatorian Jenny Hickman during their graduation ceremony held May 2. more »»

‘Color The Town Purple’ Encouraged

June 4, 2014 New Martinsville City Council unanimously passed a motion Monday night to encourage people to “Color the Town Purple” for Wetzel County Relay for Life. more »»

Shoplifting Arrest Includes Charge Of Obstructing

June 4, 2014 Amy Lynn Hopkins, 25, of HC 60 Box 141, New Martinsville, was arrested May 30 and charged by New Martinsville Police Department’s Steve Kastigar with second-offense shoplifting and obstructing an... more »»

Board Honors Retirees

June 4, 2014 The Wetzel County Board of Education honored 20 individuals Monday evening as they retired from the school system with a combined 633 years of experience. Those individuals included: Sheila A. more »»

New Defendants Plead Innocent To Charges

June 4, 2014 Twelve defendants, indicted by the May grand jury, entered pleas of innocence May 27 in Wetzel County Circuit Court before the Honorable Judge David W. Hummel. more »»

Three Seek Third Ward Seat On PC Council

June 4, 2014 The Wetzel Chronicle mailed questions to all political candidates in Paden City’s Municipal Election to be held Thursday, June 5. Their responses are being printed in alphabetical order. more »»

Hundred Will Host First Relay

June 4, 2014 Hundred’s first Relay for Life will be held this year, June 14, from 6 p.m. to midnight, according to one of the organizers of the event, Joy Kuhn. more »»

Pethtel Receives WVEA Award

June 4, 2014 Delegate Dave Pethtel, D-Wetzel, was one of eight people and one organization to receive awards during the West Virginia Education Association’s 2014 Delegate Assembly April 25 in Charleston. more »»

Bullying Should Be Addressed In Proper Steps

June 4, 2014 Arguably most of us have dealt with bullying at some point when we were younger. In fact, according to, between one in four and one in three U.S. more »»

Marking Memorial Day Locally

May 28, 2014 Veterans groups marked Memorial Day Monday with ceremonies at cemeteries and other public locations. more »»

Woman And Dog Injured In Dog Attack

May 28, 2014 A woman walking her small dog on a leash in the alley by South Second and Park St. more »»

MHS Names Top Four Students

May 28, 2014 Four top students led Magnolia’s graduation ceremony Sunday at Alumni Field. The Class of 2014’s had three valedictorians: Joanna Graham, Shelby Sands, and Cole Seckman. more »»

Charges Dismissed Against Young Couple

May 28, 2014 Charges against Mary Evelyn Young and Charles Michael Young were dismissed with prejudice on May 12. The dismissal was the result of a motion entered by Prosecuting Attorney Timothy . more »»

Goddard Sent To Drug Court

May 28, 2014 BY LAUREN MATTHEWS Staff Writer Andrew Roy Goddard, 20, of HC 60 Box 12A, New Martinsville, was released from prison on Tuesday after successfully completing 90 days in jail. more »»

Students Witness Responders In Action

May 28, 2014 Hundred’s Volunteer Fire Department, Marion County Rescue Squad, Mannington Volunteer Fire Department, and Air Evac Lifeteam all joined forces on May 1 to hold a mock emergency situation in hopes o... more »»



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