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Teachers, Supporters Picket In Front Of NMS

February 6, 2018 Employees from New Martinsville School, along with supporters, braved the elements early on Feb. 6 and held an informational picket outside, across from the school. The picket was held from 7 a.. more »»

Council Decides Against Municipal Increase

February 6, 2018 New Martinsville Mayor Steve Bohrer called council's regular monthly meeting to order at 7:30 p.m., Feb. 5. This regular meeting followed a meeting of the city's department head. more »»

Shortline Ramp Festival Is Canceled

February 6, 2018 The Wetzel County Chamber of Commerce and the Community Planning Committee has announced that the 2018 Shortline Ramp Festival has been cancelled. more »»

Citizens, Sportsman’s Club Join Forces to Assist Disabled Veteran

January 31, 2018 Last week, a disabled United States veteran, who resides in the hills of Tyler County, found help from a unique source… The Valley High School Sportsman’s Club. more »»

Wells Sentenced To 20-40 Years In Prison

January 31, 2018 Howard Lee Wells, age 48, of Cameron, West Virginia was recently sentenced by Judge Jeffrey Cramer, in Wetzel County Circuit Court, to an effective sentence of not less than 20 nor more than 40 year... more »»

Commission Receives CAC Update

January 31, 2018 Susan Scharf, director of the Lighthouse Child Advocacy Center, updated the Wetzel County Commission Jan. 22 on center happenings. more »»

Task Force Holds Regular Meeting

January 31, 2018 Ray Renaud, from the Wetzel County Office of Emergency Management, began the Wetzel County Oil and Gas Task Force’s regular meeting on Friday, Jan. 1. more »»

Cramer Has A Busy Day In Circuit Court

January 31, 2018 The Honorable Judge Jeffery C. Cramer held criminal court in Wetzel County on Thursday, Jan. 25 for arraignment of individuals indicted by the January 2018 session of the Wetzel County Grand Jury. more »»

Plans Set for Local Veterans Book

January 31, 2018 Amy Brown, with the Tyler County Public Library in Middlebourne, is searching for veterans and war heroes throughout Tyler and Wetzel countie. more »»

B.B. Smith Announces Candidacy for Wetzel County Commission

January 31, 2018 B.B. Smith has announced his candidacy for Wetzel County Commission. B.B. more »»

Harrison Arrested For Firearm Violation

January 30, 2018 Wetzel County Sheriff Mike Koontz has reported that Joseph Harrison, 47, has been arrested in connection with a Jan. 9 shooting in Reade. more »»

Superintendent Releases New Statement On Alleged Threat

January 29, 2018 Wetzel County Schools Superintendent Ed Toman is wanting to make sure Wetzel County parents know that the safety and well being of their children is the school system's number one priority. more »»

Superintendent, Prosecutor Speak Out On Valley High School Social Media Threats

January 28, 2018 A situation involving alleged social media threats against Valley High School have led to a law enforcement investigatio. more »»

Commission Agrees to Renew Wetzel County Air Evac Policy

January 24, 2018 The Wetzel County Commission passed a motion Jan. 16 to renew the Air Evac policy for the new yea. more »»

Attorney General Morrisey Warns Consumers Of Sweepstakes Scam

January 24, 2018 CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey warns consumers to be on guard when notified of winning a sweepstakes, especially those associated with the name of a legitimate company... more »»

Chief Reports On Vehicle Break-Ins

January 24, 2018 New Martinsville has seen a series of vehicle break-ins over the past four days. more »»

Chamber Reviews 2017 at Jan. 18 Function

January 24, 2018 The Wetzel County Chamber of Commerce is 175 members strong, and growin. more »»

Local Woman Reaches Goal Of Becoming A Teacher

January 24, 2018 At the Jan. 16 meeting of the Wetzel County Board of Education, Kandy Stephen saw years of hard work pay of. more »»

River High School Students Participate In Marietta Times Contest

January 24, 2018 River High School art students recently took part in the Marietta Times newspaper’s 14th Annual Calendar Contest. This year’s theme was “Aquati. more »»

Flag Committee Sets Display Dates

January 24, 2018 The Paden City Flag Committee has set the dates of the week of April 16, 2018 (weather permitting) through November 13, 2018 as the dates for displaying the flags on Route 2 and Main Street. more »»



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