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Fugitives Caught In New Martinsville

January 20, 2016 NEW?MARTINSVILLE?— Two fugitives from justice are behind bars after a collaborative effort from local law enforcement agencies the morning of Friday, Jan. 15. more »»

Warrant Issued For Former Police Chief

January 20, 2016 PADEN CITY — A warrant has been issued for the arrest of former Paden City police chief Joseph Richardson who allegedly violated the terms of his bond agreement. more »»

Man in Custody After High-Speed Chase

January 20, 2016 SISTERSVILLE — A Sistersville police officer accidentally shot himself in the leg Monday evening after a high speed pursuit. Sistersville Police Chief Rob Haught said Sg. more »»

Scam Targets Local Area

January 20, 2016 NEW?MARTINSVILLE?— Scams are heard about quite often these days, even in a small county such as Wetzel. more »»

SWS Defends Rate Increase

January 20, 2016 NEW MARTINSVILLE — William Fox, general counsel for Solid Waste Services, which provides garbage pick-up services, says the company needs a rate increase for its customers in Tyler, western parts of... more »»

Garbage Rates Dominate WCSWA Meeting

January 13, 2016 NEW MARTINSVILLE — The Wetzel County Solid Waste Authority recently discussed the proposed rate changes for garbage pick-u. more »»

Wetzel Prosecutor Requests Help With Caseload

January 13, 2016 NEW MARTINSVILLE — Wetzel County Prosecuting Attorney Timothy Haught approached the Wetzel County Commission at its regular meeting on Ja. more »»

Tensions High At Oil And Gas Meeting

January 13, 2016 NEW?MARTINSVILLE?— As the safety of school-age children was discussed, tensions became a bit high at the Friday, Jan. 8 meeting of the Wetzel County Oil and Gas Task Force. more »»

Man Charged In Fatal Accident

January 13, 2016 NEW MARTINSVILLE — Wetzel County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Mike Koontz has reported that an individual has recently been charged with driving under the influence, with death, in a fatal vehicle... more »»

Microtel Set to Open in May

January 13, 2016 Visitors to the local area will soon have another option when booking a hotel as Microtel Inn & Suites, located along Route 2 where Bruce Lanes previously stood, is set to open May 2016. more »»

Covestro Takes Over Bayer Plant

January 6, 2016 One of the Ohio Valley’s larger employers has adopted a new identity — Covestro. Bayer MaterialScience is operating under the Covestro name. The company is an independent subsidiary of Bayer AG. more »»

Reader Man Donates 100th Pint of Blood

January 6, 2016 Santford Joe Haught waited patiently to give blood one day last week before the New Year’s holiday inside the Christian Church in Paden City. more »»

Estep Takes Part in Bowl Activities

January 6, 2016 Many local residents took part in special festivities this past weekend to ring in the new year. more »»

Renaud Offering To Train CPR

January 6, 2016 With the start of a new year, many individuals make health-related resolutions. more »»

Cisar Voted in as Board Member

January 6, 2016 New Martinsville resident Aaron Cisar was voted in as the newest member of the Wetzel County Board of Education at the board’s regular meeting held Monday, Jan. 4. more »»

Former Chief’s Hearing Rescheduled

January 6, 2016 Former Paden City Police Chief Joseph Richardson’s hearing Dec. 30 in Tyler County Magistrate Court will be rescheduled to a later date. Richardson was arrested Oct. more »»

Buck Firearms Season Scores Trophy Harvest

January 6, 2016 Deer hunters rejoice. More deer were harvested during buck firearm last season than were killed in 2014, according to the state Division of Natural Resources. more »»

Howell Sentenced To Life With Mercy

January 6, 2016 John Howell was sentenced to life with mercy Monday, Jan. 4 in Marshall County Circuit Court. more »»

Train Derailment Underscores Efforts

December 30, 2015 A recent train derailment in New Martinsville underscored the planning that takes place by first responders. more »»

Costs Approved For Officers’ Lab Training

December 30, 2015 At their Dec. 22 meeting, the Wetzel County Commission approved to cover the costs for two Wetzel County Sheriff’s Office deputies to attend a Meth Lab Special Operations training. more »»

 
 
 

 

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