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Bullying Should Be Addressed In Proper Steps

June 4, 2014 Arguably most of us have dealt with bullying at some point when we were younger. In fact, according to stopbullying.gov, between one in four and one in three U.S. more »»

Marking Memorial Day Locally

May 28, 2014 Veterans groups marked Memorial Day Monday with ceremonies at cemeteries and other public locations. more »»

Woman And Dog Injured In Dog Attack

May 28, 2014 A woman walking her small dog on a leash in the alley by South Second and Park St. more »»

MHS Names Top Four Students

May 28, 2014 Four top students led Magnolia’s graduation ceremony Sunday at Alumni Field. The Class of 2014’s had three valedictorians: Joanna Graham, Shelby Sands, and Cole Seckman. more »»

Charges Dismissed Against Young Couple

May 28, 2014 Charges against Mary Evelyn Young and Charles Michael Young were dismissed with prejudice on May 12. The dismissal was the result of a motion entered by Prosecuting Attorney Timothy . more »»

Goddard Sent To Drug Court

May 28, 2014 BY LAUREN MATTHEWS Staff Writer Andrew Roy Goddard, 20, of HC 60 Box 12A, New Martinsville, was released from prison on Tuesday after successfully completing 90 days in jail. more »»

Students Witness Responders In Action

May 28, 2014 Hundred’s Volunteer Fire Department, Marion County Rescue Squad, Mannington Volunteer Fire Department, and Air Evac Lifeteam all joined forces on May 1 to hold a mock emergency situation in hopes o... more »»

Hundred VFD Seeks Help For New Building

May 28, 2014 Johanna Lemasters, President of the Hundred Volunteer Fire Department and Supervisor of Wetzel County Emergency Ambulance Authority Station #60, approached commissioners May 20 with a request for... more »»

Wetzel EMS Opens Doors

May 28, 2014 Air Evac 78 and Wetzel County EMS kicked off EMS Week (May 18-24) when they held an EMS Appreciation Picnic at Wetzel County EMS on May 17. The event, held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.. more »»

VHS Hosts Turkey Calling Contest

May 28, 2014 A turkey calling contest was held at Valley High School on April 16, with the top five callers being awarded. Winners included Billy Mays, Triston Kocher, Michael Roe, Joe Mason, and Peyton Jone. more »»

Grand Jury Indicts Twelve

May 21, 2014 Thirteen indictments, consisting of a total of 47 true bills, were handed down on May 14 when the grand jury met behind closed doors. more »»

Memorial Day Services Planned

May 21, 2014 Several local communities are holding special services on Memorial Day, Monday. more »»

Valley High School Names Top Students

May 21, 2014 Valley High School will hold their commencement exercises Thursday, 7 p.m., in the gymnasium. The school will have four top scholars leading the class: Co-Valedictorians Abigail M. more »»

Beegle Arrested For Marijuana

May 21, 2014 Dean Allen Beegle, 43, of 722 Fifth Street, New Martinsville, was charged with possession of marijuana with intent to deliver after Wetzel County Sheriff’s Department discovered the Schedule I... more »»

Wheeler, Umstead Are Tops At HHS

May 21, 2014 Hundred High School will hold their graduation at 2 p.m. Saturday. Valedictorian is Bethany Shayne Wheeler and Salutatorian is Ethan Umstead. more »»

US Veteran Will Receive Diploma With PCHS 2014

May 21, 2014 On Saturday, at 7 p.m., 78-year-old Ralph Vernon Hendershot, will be graduating with the Class of 2014 at Paden City High School, in the gymnasium. more »»

Student Questions Honor Process

May 21, 2014 Ethan Umstead, the 2014 Hundred High School salutatorian, spoke to the Wetzel County Board of Education March 19 on HHS’s current policy for selecting valedictorian, salutatorian, and high honors... more »»

Board Approves Various Matters

May 21, 2014 BY LAUREN MATTHEWS Statt Writer The following matters were approved at the May 19 meeting of the Wetzel County Board of Education. Retirements: Shelia A. more »»

Residents Walk For Life

May 21, 2014 The day was cold and rainy, but area pro-life advocates laced up their tennis shoes on May 3 for the annual Wetzel/Tyler Walk for Life walk, which began at New Martinsville’s city building and ende... more »»

Cecil, Willey, Pallisco, Shepherd Win NM Races

May 14, 2014 The only contested races on Wetzel County’s Primary Ballot were on the New Martinsville municipal ballot. The closest race ended up being that for the city’s Chief of Police positio. more »»

 
 

 

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