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Festival of Trees on Tap

November 19, 2015 We are just a week and one day until Thanksgiving, and with that, comes the start of the holiday season. more »»

Magnolia Mourns Loss Of LeMasters

November 19, 2015 Throughout the past two days, Magnolia High School students and staff have mourned the loss, yet celebrated the life, of beloved teacher of Magnolia High School teacher, Mark Lemasters. more »»

Teachers, Students Air Concerns

November 19, 2015 Teachers, students and their supporters gathered at the Wetzel County Board of Education office for the second week in a row to stand in solidarity and protest changes being made in the county’s... more »»

Claim Filed Against Wetzel Board Member

November 19, 2015 At Monday night’s meeting of the Wetzel County Board of Education, parent Johnna Harter spoke concerning an incident that occured at the Nov. 2 board of education meeting. more »»

Subway Allegedly Robbed at Knife Point

November 19, 2015 Police are searching for a suspect who allegedly robbed a Subway restaurant at knife point in New Martinsville. Police Chief Tim Cecil said the robbery happened at about 9 p.m. Wednesday, No. more »»

Fonner Recieves Distinguished Fellow Award

November 19, 2015 Linda Fonner, fifth grade teacher at New Martinsville School, was awarded the West Virginia Science Teachers Association Distinguished Fellow Award at the WVSTA annual conference. more »»

Man Pleads Guilty For Possession With Intent to Deliver

November 19, 2015 John Michael Morgan, 36, of 279 North Fork Road, Pine Grove, pleaded guilty Friday, Nov. 6 to possession of marijuana with intent to deliver. more »»

Hummel Addresses Matters at Circuit Court

November 19, 2015 Several matters were addressed by Judge David W. Hummel Friday, Nov. 6 in Wetzel County Circuit Court. Chelsea Rye, 25, of 22 Cleveland St. more »»

Bassett Sentenced to One to Five Years

November 19, 2015 Makleigh Bassett, 22, entered into a conditional plea Friday, Nov. 6 in Wetzel County Circuit Court to conspiracy to deliver a controlled narcotic substance, Percocet. more »»

Sing to Be Held For Amos

November 12, 2015 The Paden City Christian Church would like to invite everyone to an inspirational sing on Nov. more »»

New Martinsville Police Seek Robbery Suspect

November 12, 2015 NEW MARTINSVILLE - Police are searching for a suspect who allegedly robbed a Subway restaurant at knife point Wednesday. more »»

Holocaust Survivor Speaks to Students

November 10, 2015 A Paden City Middle School student made a connection that brought a Holocaust survivor to the Ohio Valley. more »»

Mason Prepares for December ’16 Retirement

November 10, 2015 Long-time commissioner Donald Mason will bid farewell to his elected seat on Dec. 31, 2016. His final day will finish up 18 years as a county official. more »»

Educators Speak Out Against Changes

November 10, 2015 Tensions were high Monday night as several Wetzel County educators spoke out against the board of education regarding changes recently made in syste. more »»

Valley High School Honors Veterans

November 10, 2015 Valley High School's students and staff gathered for a Veterans Day Celebration to honor those who have, and are still willing, to give the ultimate sacrifice for our country. more »»

Ziegler Receives 2-10 For Sexual Offenses

November 10, 2015 On Friday, Nov. 6, Michael Allen Ziegler, 35, of Post Office Box 235, 269 North State Route 2 15W, New Martinsville, entered into an Alford plea for two counts of sexual abuse in the first degree. more »»

Hixenbaugh Pleads Guilty to Embezzlement

November 10, 2015 Franklin Scott Hixenbaugh, 33 , of HC 67 Box 30 C, Hundred, pleaded guilty to embezzlement Friday, Nov. 6 , in Wetzel County Circuit Court. more »»

VHS To Hold "Ultimate Sacrifice" Program

November 5, 2015 On Nov. 9, in honor of Veterans Day, Valley High School will be having an assembly in the auditorium to honor local veterans. The theme will be ‘The Ultimate Sacrifice.’ Events will begin at 1 p.. more »»

Annual Chili Festival Challenges Tastebuds

November 3, 2015 Eight-year-old Aydrean Hunt was determined to eat enough hot peppers to beat his nemesis, 44-year-old James Grant, at Saturday’s16th annual Chili Festival. more »»

WCSWA Members Raise Drilling Waste Concerns

November 3, 2015 Members of the Wetzel County Solid Waste Authority approached the county commissioners regarding the disposal of drilling waste in the Wetzel County Landfill. more »»



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