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Board Expels Three Students

March 12, 2014 Three Wetzel County students were expelled March 4 after a series of expulsion hearings at a special meeting of the Wetzel County Board of Education. Four hearings were set to be held. more »»

Paden City Will Remain Mute On Lawsuit

March 12, 2014 For now Paden City will remain mute on a pending lawsuit against the city concerning a property line disput. more »»

Schools Receive Donation Toward Lunches

March 12, 2014 At the March 3 meeting of the Wetzel County Board of Education, Director of Child Nutrition Amanda McPherson, stated that she had received a sizable donation from a couple toward overdue student... more »»

Board Approves Annual RIFs

March 12, 2014 The Wetzel County Board of Education approved Superintendent Dennis J. Albright’s recommendations Feb. 26 regarding annual Reductions In Force (RIFs). more »»

Howell’s Trial Date Is Vacated

March 12, 2014 The case involving John Michael Howell, 45, of HC 61 Box 114, New Martinsville, will be continued generally until the completion of competency and criminal responsibility evaluations. more »»

Board Agrees To Superintendent’s Recommendations

March 12, 2014 The following personnel and routine matters were approved at the March 3 meeting of the Wetzel County Board of Education: Resignations: Anita L. more »»

15th annual Sisters Fest hits “the Red Carpet”

March 12, 2014 Lights, camera, action . . . the sisters of Sisters Fest will be rolling out the red carpet this weekend as they invade the town for their 15th annual event. more »»

Snow Day Decisions Are Not Made Lightly

March 5, 2014 Besides learning the new ropes of his job as Wetzel County Superintendent of Schools, Dennis J. Albright has also had to learn the long and winding roads of Wetzel Count. more »»

Nolan Competes To Be WVU Mountaineer

March 5, 2014 Brady Nolan of Reader was one of four finalists that competed at West Virginia University’s basketball game Saturday with hopes of being the next Mountainee. more »»

Smith Gets 120 Days For Heroin Possession

March 5, 2014 Brad Smith, 30, of 616 Foundry Street, New Martinsville, pleaded no contest to the misdemeanor offense of possession of a controlled substance on Feb. 26. more »»

Meeting Will Discuss Trains Blocking Roads

March 5, 2014 A community meeting to discuss a way to resolve the problem of CSX trains blocking on state Route 2 in New Martinsville and other crossings in the town will be held Thursday, 4 p.m. more »»

Paden City Looks To Increase Officer Pay

March 5, 2014 Paden City Council agreed at their regular meeting Monday night to raise the pay of their part-time police officer. more »»

Website Explains Address Changes

March 5, 2014 Individuals who have questions regarding address changes due to the Statewide Addressing and Mapping Project, are encouraged to check out the Wetzel County E-911 Center and Emergency Management’s... more »»

Pine Grove FFA Students Receive Jackets

March 5, 2014 The Pine Grove FFA held their Blue Jacket Presentation on Feb. 20, during National FFA Week. more »»

Board Holds First Calendar Meeting

March 5, 2014 About 20 members of the public attended the Feb. 25 Wetzel County Board of Education public meeting, regarding changes to the county’s school calendar. more »»

Lusco Will Headline Ebert Bros. Show

March 5, 2014 The Ebert Brothers Family and Friends will appear in concert Saturday, March 8, at the Lincoln Theatre in New Martinsville, beginning at 7 p.m. more »»

Getting Ready For Annual Show

February 26, 2014 The 46th Wetzel County Ham, Bacon, and Egg Show will be held March 7 at the Mollohan Center located at the Wetzel County 4-H Grounds. Beginning at 7 p.. more »»

Judge Denies Reduction In Sentences

February 26, 2014 Thomas M. Smith and Daniel Ray Fordyce were both denied a reduction in sentence by Judge Mark A. Karl on Feb. 21 in Wetzel County Circuit Court. more »»

Wreck Closes State Route 2

February 26, 2014 State Route 2 in the area between Axiall (formerly PPG) and Dominion was closed for approximately three hours Monday afternoon, into the early evening, after the truck pictured above hit a utility... more »»

Hundred Seeks To Extend Patrol

February 26, 2014 Keith Williams of Hundred City Council approached the Wetzel County Commission Tuesday morning regarding the council’s interest in extending their patrol limits to the outside of town. more »»

 
 

 

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