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Ormet Issue Keeps Its Drive

February 26, 2014 Despite the curtailment of operations at its Hannibal plant in October 2013, the members of Ormet have stuck together to fight for their jobs back, as well as support one another in times of need. more »»

Workman Sets Book Signings

February 26, 2014 Local author Tamala Workman has released her first novel which is available now through in both print and kindle formats. more »»

New Martinsville Institutes New Fee

February 26, 2014 New Martinsville Council has approved an additional $20 court cost to go toward law enforcement equipment. more »»

Development Authority Explains Their Position

February 26, 2014 (Editor’s note: We recently held some conversations with members of the Paden City Development Authority to help the community better understand the group’s purpose and work. more »»

Early Deadline Nears For Sisters Fest

February 26, 2014 Sisters Fest is ready to roll out the red carpet for their 15th annual event, March 14 and 15 in Sistersville. more »»

Fugitives Apprehended In New Martinsville

February 19, 2014 Two escaped convicts were caught Monday in New Martinsville after not returning to the Charleston Work Release Center on Friday. New Martinsville Police Chief Tim Cecil stated that Kevin D. more »»

Meth Lab Busted At Local Motel

February 19, 2014 New Martinsville Police Chief Tim Cecil reports that both Amanda R. Long, 28, of 414 Ohio Street, New Martinsville, and Michael A. more »»

Bill About Flood Insurance Act To Go Before U.S. House

February 19, 2014 As the effects of the Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act of 2012 turn from a trickle to a deluge across the country, there might be some hope in sight. On Feb. 13, Representative David B. more »»

Naming Request Would Honor Past Educators

February 19, 2014 Shawna Yoho, of the Paden City Alumni Association, and Rodney McWilliams, of the Paden City Foundation, approached the Wetzel County Board of Education Monday night in regards to naming Paden City... more »»

Center Crowns Valentine Royalty

February 19, 2014 The New Martinsville Center crowned Queen Shirley Barr and King Bob Vandyne at their Valentine’s Day party on Feb. 14. Residents of the center nominated three men for king and three women for quee. more »»

Drug Court Sees Increased Usage

February 19, 2014 Fred McDonald, director of the Lee Day Report Center and executive director of the Northern Panhandle Community Criminal Justice Board, appeared before Wetzel County Commission Fe. more »»

Board Approves Matters

February 19, 2014 The Wetzel County Board of Education approved several items at their regular meeting held Feb. 4. However, one routine matter was tabled until further investigation. more »»

Mason Named To All-State

February 19, 2014 At Monday night’s meeting of the Wetzel County Board of Education, Valley High School student Amy Mason was recognized for being named to the 2014 West Virginia All-State Band. more »»

Robinsons Endow $100k Scholarship Fund

February 19, 2014 When it comes to the College of Business and Economics at West Virginia University, it’s not just business for Bob and Anne Robinson. It’s personal. It’s personal for this Wheeling, W.Va. more »»

Snow Continues To Blanket Area

February 12, 2014 Winter continues, proving to be particularly cold and snowy this year. more »»

Pine Grove Runs Out Of Water

February 12, 2014 Pine Grove Mayor Roy Justice said that while he knew the town’s water tank was getting low it was surprising to him when he woke up Friday morning and the town was out of water. more »»

Ballot Set For Primary

February 12, 2014 The ballot for the May 13 primary election in West Virginia has been set. more »»

Board Seeks Input To Calendar Changes

February 12, 2014 There was much in the way of landmark legislation that came from the 2013 West Virginia Legislature. more »»

Man Pleads Guilty

February 12, 2014 Tommy Kirk Emery, 36, of 111 Baltimore Avenue, Glendale, W.Va., pleaded guilty Friday to a information misdemeanor offense of destruction of property. more »»

Board Honors Employees Of Month

February 12, 2014 Pictured alongside Superintendent Dennis Albright are the following Wetzel County Board of Education’s December Employees of the Month: Linda Dulaney, Supervisory Teacher Aide at Short Line School;... more »»



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