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Hometown Hero, Shares Her Story Of Being a COVID-19 Patient In NYC

May 13, 2020 My name is Katie Moore. I was born and raised in Paden City, WV. I’m a 2007 graduate of Magnolia High School and a 2013 Graduate of Marshall University. more »»

AMP Awards Scholarship To Magnolia Senior Paige Brill

May 6, 2020 COLUMBUS, OH: American Municipal Power, Inc. (AMP) has announced the 2020 recipients of its scholarship programs, the Lyle B. Wright Scholarship and the Richard H. Gorsuch Scholarship. more »»

Regatta President Morris Announced Annual Regatta Cancelled

May 6, 2020 The annual New Martinsville Vintage Regatta, which had been scheduled for June 20-21, has been canceled for this year, because of the COVID-19 epidemic. more »»

Wetzel Board Holds Special Meeting on 2020 Budget

May 6, 2020 The Wetzel County Board of Education held a Special meeting April 30, via YouTube concerning the 2020 Budge. more »»

Lemley Looks For Another Term As Wetzel County Assessor

May 6, 2020 I want to take this opportunity to thank the citizens of Wetzel County and the citizens of Hundred for providing me 20 years of public service. more »»

A Wetzel Chronicle Interview With The Candidates

May 6, 2020 The Wetzel Chronicle reached out to the candidates for Wetzel County Board of Education Recently with a list of questions. Below are their responses. 1. more »»

Commissioners Candidates Answered The Following Questions

May 6, 2020 1. What are your qualifications for County Commissioner? Carla McBee: I have experience in many different areas of employments. I understand how county government works. more »»

Interview With Joseph “Joe” Clayton Parish

May 6, 2020 Joe Parish was born June 28, 1925 in Hundred, West Virginia. He was the youngest of five children born to Elizabeth Sims Parish and William Richard Parish. more »»

Paden City Council Meets Via Conference Call

April 29, 2020 The Paden City Council held a special session April 21, via conference call due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Mayor Clyde Hochstrasser called the meeting to order and conducted a roll call. more »»

Wetzel County BOE Approves Matters and Gives Update

April 29, 2020 The Wetzel County Board of Education held a Statutory Session of Continuation from a March 9, meeting, combined with a regular session on April 21, on YouTube. Mr. more »»

Sheriff Koontz Seeks Re-Election

April 29, 2020 Current Wetzel County Sheriff Mike Koontz is seeking the county’s continued support in his bid for re-election. more »»

Gieseke Awaits Second Term On City Council

April 29, 2020 If you’ve attended any city council meetings over the last several years, you know Jeff Gieseke, Ward 1 Council Person. Gieseke is currently running for re-election. more »»

Wetzel County Magistrate Candidates Share Views in Question and Answer Format

April 29, 2020 1. Why do you want to be Magistrate of Wetzel County? Magistrate Judith Goontz; Unopposed: I want to continue serving the citizens of Wetzel County as their magistrate. more »»

Wetzel County Resident Researches Bald Eagles

April 22, 2020 Local resident Jay Smith resides with his wife Kathleen in Proctor, WV and he enjoys nature and monitoring the return of our National Symbol, the Bald Eagle. more »»

Rise Against Hunger Virtual 5K/10K Press Release

April 22, 2020 While COVID-19 has disrupted all of our everyday lives and left us wondering what will happen next, 820 million people are still facing hunger worldwide. more »»

Wetzel County BOE Meets Via Youtube

April 22, 2020 The Wetzel County Board of Education held it’s regular meeting April 13, via YouTube with all members present. Mr. Grace started the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance and Mr. more »»

Wetzel Commission Holds Regular Session April 14

April 22, 2020 The Wetzel County Commissioners held a regular meeting April 14, at the County Commission Office with a light agenda. more »»

An Interview With Gary McIntire

April 22, 2020 Gary McIntire grew up in Monroe County, Ohio on Sykes Ridge, a mile east of Roundbottom, one of nine sibling. more »»

Operation “Be Kind” To Help As Many As They Can

April 15, 2020 On March 31st, New Martinsville City Recorder, Kim Whiteman, received an extraordinary phone call from an even more extraordinary ma. more »»

Solid Waste Authority Summer Trash Clean-up Program

April 15, 2020 The Solid Waste Authority in conjunction with Wetzel County Commissioners, Environmental Protection Authority, Department of Highways and Solid Waste Services sponsor the funding for the Summer... more »»



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