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Hearts Changed Forever

June 8, 2016 Each of us has a place to lay our weary heads at night. We might not have the most expensive home or living arrangements; perhaps our house, maybe apartment, is modest. Maybe it is too smal. more »»

Board Continues Search

June 8, 2016 At the Monday, June 6 meeting of the Wetzel County Board of Education, Board President Mike Blair stated that the board has approximately 10 applicants for the position of Wetzel County... more »»

Retirees Honored at Board Meeting

June 8, 2016 Ten retirees with a total of 274 years of experience were honored at the Monday, June 6 meeting of the Wetzel County Board of Educatio. more »»

Paden City Pool To Open June 10

June 8, 2016 Paden City Park and Pool Board held a special meeting Friday to revisit opening the pool. Recently, the board decided to close the pool due to a lack of lifeguards and other concerns. more »»

Cramer Busy Hearing at Circuit Court

June 8, 2016 On Tuesday, May 31, several cases were heard in Wetzel County Circuit Court by the Honorable Judge Jeffrey D. Cramer. Jason Lee Derby, 43 of P.O. more »»

Valley Honors Colton Ring

June 8, 2016 Valley High School Principal J.C. Kimble has announced Colton Ring as the recipient of VHS’ “Excellence, Pride, Respect Award. more »»

Community Picnic Set for June 18

June 8, 2016 The Wetzel County Coalition Against Drug Abuse, along with the Wetzel County Sheriff’s Office, have teamed up again to plan the third annual Community Picnic. more »»

Accident Causes Route 180 Shutdown

June 6, 2016 Wetzel County Sheriff's Office Chief Deputy Mike Koontz confirmed that a Solid Waste Services garbage truck and a Coen Oil Company truck collided this morning, causing Route 180 in Wetzel County to... more »»

Paden City People Speak -- Davis Elected Mayor

June 3, 2016 Running a campaign that promised transparency, accessibility, and accountability if elected, Joel Davis won the Paden City mayor's race on Thursday, June 2 by a landslide vote of 255-96. more »»

NM Fire Chief Couch Reports On Suspicious Fires

June 2, 2016 New Martinsville Volunteer Fire Department Chief Larry Couch released a statement on two fires that occurred Wednesday, June 1 in New Martinsvill. more »»

Memorial Day Ceremonies Remember the Fallen

June 1, 2016 Several Memorial Day observances were held throughout the county on Monday, May 31. Check out the photos below. more »»

Williams, Blair Speak On Buyout

June 1, 2016 Both Wetzel County Schools Board of Education President Mike Blair and Superintendent Leatha Williams spoke out Friday about the board’s buyout of Williams’ contract Thursday. more »»

Scouts Looking Forward to Camp

June 1, 2016 Thanks to some very generous community partners, the Mountaineer District Cub Scout Day Camp will be bigger and better than ever this year. more »»

Short Line Named Project NEED School of the Year

June 1, 2016 The Engineer Energy Kids of Short Line School have been named the West Virginia Elementary School of the Year for the second year in a row in the National Energy Education Development Project. more »»

Litter Cleanup Yields More Than 200 Bags

June 1, 2016 Wetzel County is slowly but surely getting cleaned up, thanks to workers hired by the Wetzel County Solid Waste Authority. more »»

Bradley Enters Alford Plea

June 1, 2016 James Robert Bradley, 45, pleaded guilty Tuesday, May 31, by way of Alford, to one count of displaying obscene material to a minor. The plea was entered before Judge Jeffrey Crame. more »»

BOE Votes To Buyout Contract of Superintendent

May 26, 2016 At a special meeting of the Wetzel County Board of Education, the board voted to buyout the contract of Superintendent Leatha Williams. more »»

Track Team Is State Champs

May 25, 2016 The Magnolia Blue Eagles soared where they never soared before in the 2016 WVSSAC Class A Girls State Championship Friday and Saturday at Laidley Field in Charleston. more »»

Chemical Spill Shuts Down Route 2

May 25, 2016 New Martinsville Police Department Chief Tim Cecil was able to confirm that Route 2, from New Martinsville to Paden City, is closed due to a leakage of hydrochloric acid from a tanker truck. more »»

Hochstrasser, Davis Seek Mayor’s Seat

May 25, 2016 PADEN CITY — Clyde Hochstrasser is a mayoral candidate in the city’s municipal election on June 2. more »»



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