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Ground Broke for Hundred Volunteer Fire Department

August 12, 2015 Friday marked a new beginning for Hundred Volunteer Fire Department as they broke ground at the site for its new fire department building. more »»

New Air Packs for Fire Dept.

August 12, 2015 The New Martinsville Volunteer Fire Department informs the city council at the August meeting about the 13 updated airpacks they received from Blue Racer. more »»

Pair Named To Sewer Board In Pine Grove

August 12, 2015 At the Monday, August 10 meeting of Pine Grove Town Council, residents Perry Adam and Dave Barr were appointed to the town’s sewer board. more »»

Update to New School Attendance Policy

August 12, 2015 At the Monday, Aug. 3, meeting of the Wetzel County Board of Education, Superintendent Leatha Williams gave board members an update regarding attendance policy. more »»

Town and Country Days Return to New Martinsville

August 12, 2015 No summer is complete without The 55th Annual Town and County Days, which will be held Aug. 10-15 at the Wetzel County 4-H Camp in New Martinsville. more »»

Properties To Be Cleaned Up at Owners’ Expense

August 12, 2015 Paden City Council addressed dilapidated properties during the August 3, council meeting. more »»

Helen Dallison Still Going Strong at 98

August 5, 2015 Helen Dallison, 98, of Folsom, W.Va., has not let personal tragedy or time get in the way of living her life to the fulles. more »»

Paden City PD Changes Directions

August 5, 2015 In the weeks since Joseph Richardson was hired as the Paden City Police Chief, he has made a lot of progress but feels that he still has a ways to go. more »»

Senior Picnic Planned for T&C Days

August 5, 2015 Area senior citizens will gather for an old fashioned picnic, fellowship and fun at the Mollohan Center when Senior Citizens Day is held at Town and Country Days on August 13th. more »»

Toppe Pays Visit to 4-H Camp

August 5, 2015 Mollie Toppe, WVU Extension Agent for Wetzel County, paid a visit to the Wetzel County Commission on Tuesday, July 14 to give an update on the county’s 4-H camp. more »»

N.M. Man Found Not Guilty

August 5, 2015 Defendant Joseph Kipling Norris, 31, of 362 Madison Rd., New Martinsville, was found not guilty on both counts of first degree of sexual assault and was released from his bond. more »»

Man Expresses Concern Over Fire Department

August 5, 2015 Dave Goddard of the Grandview Volunteer Fire Department approached the Wetzel County Commission at their regular meeting held on Tuesday, July 28, to express concern over the fire department being... more »»

Solid Waste Authority Praises Public for Program’s Success

August 5, 2015 Terri Tyler and Mark Cochran of the Wetzel County Solid Waste Authority provided the Wetzel County Commission with an update Tuesday, July 28, regarding the the county’s recycling program. more »»

Man Pleads to Keep Special Needs Son at Hundred

July 29, 2015 Wetzel County resident Earl P. Stevens pleaded before the Wetzel County Board of Education Monday evening for his son to be able to continue attending Hundred High School. more »»

Drugs Land Pair In Prison

July 29, 2015 Co-defendants Forrest Jack Carroll, 25, and Cody Rice, 23 both appeared in Wetzel County Circuit Court Monday, July 20, due to drug-related offenses. more »»

Rice Sentenced One to 15 Years

July 29, 2015 Malinda Rice, 41, of Route 2 Box 8A, Proctor, was sentenced to her original one- to 15-year prison sentence Monday, July 20, in Wetzel County Circuit Court. more »»

Four-Day Search and Rescue Training Held

July 29, 2015 Volunteers from the Tyler County Office of Emergency Management and at least 12 dogs and their owners participated in search and rescue training exercises that would help find drowning victims on th... more »»

Larceny Lands Gay, Fendler in Jail

July 29, 2015 Co-defendants Megan Gay, 31, of 148 East Thistle Dr., New Martinsville, and Shannon Fendler, 31, of 306 Poplar St., St. Marys, were sentenced by Judge David W. more »»

Judge Hummel Sentences Gavula, Henderson

July 29, 2015 Kayla Rose Gavula, 31, of 28 Rose S. more »»

Powell, Read Sentenced in Circuit Court

July 29, 2015 Co-defendants Brittany Jo Powell, 30, of 125 Central St., New Martinsville, and Jennifer Nicole Read, 29, of 100 North Seventh Ave. more »»

 
 
 

 

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