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Wetzel County E-911, OEM Are Prepared

January 9, 2019 On a recent visit to the Wetzel County site, E-911 and Office of Emergency Management Director Steve Yoho gave the Wetzel Chronicle a detailed visual tour of the facilities and a wealth of... more »»

Teresa Brown Organizes Blanket Drive for Cancer Patients

January 9, 2019 Teresa Brown lay in bed one night last year, while on vacation in the Amish Country, and prayed God would give her something to do to honor her late sister, Kandy Hartley, as well as a really good... more »»

Community Helps To Feed the Homeless

January 9, 2019 Noticing an increase in homelessness in Wetzel County, the personnel of the Wetzel County Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) and Wetzel County Museum have recently been distributing lunches and warm... more »»

Dr. Anderson Recognized for Being Named to WLU’s Wall of Honor

January 2, 2019 Recently placed to West Liberty University’s Alumni Association’s Wall of Honor, New Martinsville resident and owner of Anderson Orthodontics, Dr. more »»

2018: A Year In Review

January 2, 2019 The year 2018 is now history, and thus, your Wetzel Chronicle staff reflects on 12 months of news in Wetzel County. more »»

Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper Will Entertain Jan. 11

January 2, 2019 The Wetzel County Convention and Visitors Bureau (Visit Wetzel County) is starting a new concert series in conjunction with the Back Home Appalachian Arts & Music Festiva. more »»

Officers Participate In ‘No Shave for The Brave’

January 2, 2019 For the month of November, the Wetzel County Sheriff’s Department and supporters of the Lighthouse Child Advocacy Center grew out their beards for a great cause. more »»

Commission Meets, Says Goodbye To Gorby

January 2, 2019 The Wetzel County Commission held its regularly scheduled meeting on Dec. 26 with President Larry Lemon, Vice President Lisa Heasley, and Commissioner Bob Gorby present. more »»

Hundred Reflects On Year, Honors Many

January 2, 2019 The Town of Hundred honored several of its residents and supporters recently through a Christmas dinner. more »»

Sheriff’s Office Introduces Newest Officer K-9 Tia

December 26, 2018 K-9 Tia, one of the newest officers of the Wetzel County Sheriff’s Office, is already responsible for making arrests. Tia was purchased for $4,500 from Ultimate Working Dogs, located in St. more »»

2018: A Year In Review

December 26, 2018 The year 2018 is almost history, and thus, your Wetzel Chronicle staff reflects on 12 months of news in Wetzel County. more »»

NMS Collects Blankets and Goods for Foster Children

December 26, 2018 NEW MARTINVSILLE, W.Va. more »»

Several Honored at Board of Education Meeting

December 19, 2018 It was a night for honors on Dec. 11 at the Wetzel County Board of Education’s regular meeting. more »»

Pine Grove Votes To Lease Ball Field to BOE

December 19, 2018 Pine Grove’s city council held it regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 11 at the Byrd Center. more »»

HHS Receives EPIC Grant

December 19, 2018 Hundred High School has been selected to receive a $50,000 grant through the WV Department of Education’s inaugural “Economic Projects Impacting Communities” competitio. more »»

Commission Receives Update From Workforce

December 19, 2018 Rosemary Guida from the Northern Panhandle Workforce Investment Board addressed the commission at its regular Tuesday, Dec. 11 with an update. The first report included the budget for this year. more »»

Christmas In Hundred

December 12, 2018 Like Christmas cards sprung to life, the little town of Hundred, W.Va., goes to great lengths to make the season bright by decking out their streets with twinkling lights by the thousands. more »»

Community Rallies To Support Local Boy

December 12, 2018 Eight-year-old Jayden Poyser is fighting a battle no one should have to face, let alone a child: B-cell Acute Lymphobiastic Leukemia (B-ALL. more »»

Paden City Plans Christmas Celebration

December 12, 2018 Paden City Council met in regular session Monday, Dec. 3 at 7 p.m. in the council chambers at the municipal buildin. more »»

Commission Discusses Purchase Of Police Cruiser

December 12, 2018 At the Wetzel County Commission’s regular meeting Tuesday, Dec. 4, Paden City Police Chief Bob Kendle requested help with the purchase of a police cruise. more »»



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