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Locals Included In Dancing With The OV Stars

September 10, 2014 Two local business owners will be among those dancing the night away Nov. more »»

Craft Receives 1-10 Years

September 10, 2014 Mikeal Craft, 26, of HC 61 Box 8, Littleton, was sentenced Sept. 5 to one to 10 years in the West Virginia Penitentiary for Men for felony daytime burglary. more »»

Man Unconscious In Truck On Route 2, Drugs Blamed

September 10, 2014 Steven Anthony Blatt II, 28, is facing the charge of misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance after becoming unconscious while driving at the intersection of state Route 2 and Russell... more »»

Briggs Gets Probation

September 10, 2014 Chelsea Briggs, 24, of 368 Virginia Street, New Martinsville, was sentenced Sept. 5 to one to five years in the West Virginia Penitentiary for Women for conspiracy to deliver heroin. more »»

PG Councilman Resigns

September 10, 2014 After a brief executive session at Monday evening’s Pine Grove Council meeting, council approved the resignation of Council Member Dave Williams. more »»

Budget Inn Owner Has Plans For Improvement

September 10, 2014 Rish Patel, owner of the Budget Inn, located on Third Street in New Martinsville, wants the public to understand that he has full intentions to renovate the property and make it “good enough for... more »»

Board Approves Personnel Matters And More

September 10, 2014 The following matters were approved by the Wetzel County Board of Education during their Sept. 2 meeting. more »»

Oil And Gas Festival Kicks Off Thursday

September 10, 2014 The 46th annual West Virginia Oil and Gas Festival will be held at the Sistersville City Park Sept. more »»

Calhoun Pleads Guilty To Incest

September 3, 2014 John Otto Calhoun, 74, of 231 Montwell Drive, Mingo Junction, Ohio, pleaded guilty Tuesday morning in Marshall County Circuit Court to one count of incest. more »»

Society Supports TNR Method

September 3, 2014 With the ongoing discussion in Wetzel County concerning the area’s feral cat problem, the Humane Society of the United States wants to reiterate their stance in support of Trap-Neuter-Release, what... more »»

HHS Takes Challenge To Fund Scholarship

September 3, 2014 Hundred High School students, faculty, and staff had a cold and soggy conclusion to their second week of school last week as they participated in the famous “ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. more »»

Magnolia Team Gets New Flag

September 3, 2014 The Magnolia High School football team now has a new flag to charge into their battles with thanks to the hard work and effort of one local football fan—Amy Cibik. more »»

Child Advocacy Center Earns Accreditation

September 3, 2014 The Wetzel-Tyler Child Advocacy Center, Inc. has been awarded accreditation by National Children’s Alliance following an extensive application and site review proces. more »»

Heroes Day to honor all

September 3, 2014 The City of Sistersville will be the place to be on Sept. 7 as Heroes from every walk of life will be honored and recognized for their service to their community, state, and natio. more »»

Musical Acts Highlight Labor Day Event

August 27, 2014 A weekend full of fun and good music is on tap for the annual Paden City Labor Day Celebration to be held Friday through Monday on Main Street. more »»

NMPD Catch Two Suspects

August 27, 2014 Dimarcus Santori Boswell, 19, of 506 Abbie View Drive, New Martinsville, was arrested and charged Aug. 21 with the misdemeanor offenses of battery, fleeing from an officer, and assaulting an office. more »»

Proctor Post Office Remains Open

August 27, 2014 Proctor Post Office will not be shutting its doors nor be letting go of any of its employees, according to Post Office General Manager James L. Goodwill of the United States Post Service. more »»

Board Approves Employment Matters

August 27, 2014 The following matters were approved at the Aug. 18 meeting of the Wetzel County Board of Education:   Resignations: Diana L. more »»

Hundred Hires Part-Time Employee

August 27, 2014 Hundred Town Council voted unanimously on Aug. 18 to hire Chris Yemm on a temporary basis for a part-time position with the city crew. more »»

Jury Acquits Henderson Of Uttering Charge

August 27, 2014 Charles Ely Henderson, 32, of Route 1 Box 4E, New Martinsville, was acquitted of the charge of uttering Aug. 14 after a jury of his peers found him innocent of the offens. more »»

 
 
 

 

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