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Heroes Day Events Set For This Weekend

September 9, 2015 It’s been 14 years since the horrific terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. more »»

Man Pleads Guilty For Damages

September 9, 2015 One of the individuals arrested for vandalizing Magnolia High School on June 4 pleaded guilty to his charges Monday, Aug. 31 in Wetzel County Circuit Cour. more »»

Bids Too High For NM Parks Budget

September 9, 2015 A special New Martinsville City Council meeting was held on Monday, Aug. 17 to open the sealed bids for the Lewis-Wetzel Swimming Pool renovations. more »»

Moose Lodge Donates 10 Bullet Proof Vests

September 9, 2015 New Martinsville Moose Lodge 931 donated 10 bullet proof vests to the New Martinsville Police Department. The vest came to the police department through a program called Save Surfin’. more »»

Chest Compression Device Being Sought

September 2, 2015 At its Aug. 25 regular meeting, the Wetzel County Commission heard a proposal from Jim Glasscock II of Folsom Emergency Management Services. more »»

Youth Services System Opens New Office in Paden City

September 2, 2015 The new office offers help for Wetzel County Youth, located at 425 South Fourth Ave. more »»

Pipeline Projects Are Discussed

September 2, 2015 Christine Mitchell, External Affairs Representative, for Dominion spoke at the Wetzel County Oil and Gas Task Force meeting on Friday, Aug. more »»

Chamber Planning For New Activities

September 2, 2015 The Wetzel County Chamber of Commerce is making great strides in its community and the surrounding area. more »»

Smith Sentenced For Violating Probation

September 2, 2015 Christopher Watson Smith, 25, of 105 North Second Ave., Paden City, was sentenced Monday, Aug. more »»

Phillips Named Wetzel County Senior of the Year

September 2, 2015 Velinda Phillips was named the 2015 Wetzel County Senior of the Year at this year’s “Senior Citizens Day” at Town and Country Days. more »»

Officers Partner for Shop With a Cop

September 2, 2015 The Sistersville Police Department and the Paden City Police Department plan to join forces to help bring joy and cheer to children on Christmas morning. more »»

Paden City Preps For Labor Day

September 2, 2015 The annual Paden City Labor Day Weekend will begin on Saturday, Sept. 5. The festivities will begin at noon on Saturday with opening ceremonies and inflatables. Half Cracked will start at 12:3. more »»

Hundred Community Protests in Support

August 26, 2015 Members of the Hundred community and Hundred High School students gathered in front of HHS Monday morning to peacefully protest Wetzel County Schools’ placement of 11th grade special needs student,... more »»

Kimble Ready to Take on Challenge at Valley

August 26, 2015 Valley High School’s new principal J.C. Kimble admits that the transition from a Tyler Knight to a Valley Lumberjack is a bit of a challenge. more »»

Hall Named Outstanding Teacher

August 26, 2015 Pine Grove Future Farmers of America is already on a winning streak for the 2015-2016 school year as Advisor Annie Hall was announced as the National Association of Agriculture Educators Region VI... more »»

New Martinsville Police Welcomes K-9 Meiko

August 26, 2015 After the untimely death of K-9 Ryder, the New Martinsville Police Department has started to train new recuit, K-9 Meiko. more »»

Property Owner Wants Answers From VV Steel

August 26, 2015 WHEELING — When more than 30 workers walked onto the familiar grounds of the former Ormet Corp. in Hannibal earlier this year, they did so with excitement. more »»

Rice Accepted Into Drug Court Program

August 26, 2015 Cody Rice, 23, was accepted into drug court Monday, Aug. 17 in Wetzel County Circuit Court. Rice had previously pleaded guilty to conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance. more »»

Tharp Brothers Hanging It Up

August 26, 2015 In June of 1975, Tom and Ben Tharp walked on stage at Walker, West Virginia with their Bluegrass Band, called the Appalachian Grass and have been playing music together for the past 40 year. more »»

New Martinsville School Welcomes Patrolman

August 26, 2015 New Martinsville School is pleased to have New Martinsville Police Department’s Patrolman Michael Owens at school each day to protect and educate our students and staff. more »»



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