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Judge Cramer Addresses Circuit Court Matters

May 1, 2019 Judge Jeffrey Cramer recently addressed several matters in Wetzel County Circuit Court. Those matters are as follows: Tanya . more »»

New Martinsville To Host Tour

April 24, 2019 Five West Virginia communities have been selected to host the Create Your State Tour in May. more »»

Wetzel County Marks Child Abuse Prevention Month

April 24, 2019 Across the country, April is recognized as Child Abuse Prevention Month. more »»

Donations Sought For Palmer Cemetery Grave Adoption

April 24, 2019 Many times when someone dies there just aren’t enough funds to pay for the funeral and to mark the grave with some type of durable monument. more »»

Bethlehem Police Officer, New Martinsville Resident Charged With Stalking Student

April 24, 2019 WHEELING — A Bethlehem police officer was jailed April 16 after allegedly stalking a student and continuing to insert himself into her lif. more »»

Man Arrested For Breaking and Entering, Fleeing

April 18, 2019 New Martinsville Police Chief Tim Cecil has confirmed Jacob Lee Newlen, 34, was arrested during the midnight hours of April 18 for breaking and entering and fleeing on foot. more »»

Shortline Ramp Festival Is Saturday

April 17, 2019 The fragrance of ramps will fill the air in Pine Grove on April 20 as folks near and far will celebrate the 5th Annual Shortline Ramp Festival. Festivities begin at 9 a.m. with a 5K Run/Walk. more »»

Post #86 Honors Continuous Members

April 17, 2019 Paden City American Legion Post #86 held its regular scheduled meeting on Monday, April 8, at the Paden City Mater Dolorosa Catholic Church. more »»

EQT Playground, Newest Addition To Bruce Park

April 17, 2019 On Friday, April 12, at Bruce Park, the New Martinsville Parks and Recreation Department held a ribbon cutting at its new EQT Playground. more »»


April 17, 2019 Each year, countless children suffer from abuse and neglect. All too often they have been abused and victimized by the very adults responsible for protecting, loving and providing for them. more »»

Mayor Richard Price Says Pine Grove Improvements Continue

April 17, 2019 Nearly one year ago Pine Grove was sinking in sewage problems; raw sewage flowed down the streets and filled people’s basement. more »»

Commissioners Take A Stand Against Child Abuse

April 10, 2019 At the April 2 meeting of the Wetzel County Commission, the commissioners heard from Lighthouse Child Advocacy Center Executive Director Susan Scharf, and also recognized National Child Abuse... more »»

Eberts’ April Show to Feature Top Talent, Special Guest

April 10, 2019 The Ebert Brothers Family & Friends’ show for April will bring some top-notch talent to the stage at the Lincoln Theater. The show will be April 13, doors to open at 6 p.m. Showtime is set for 7 p.. more »»

Local Schools Place In State TSA Championship

April 10, 2019 Long Drain Middle and Hundred High schools made their presence known at the state level recently as several of the schools’ TSA members nabbed first-place honors at the West Virginia State TSA... more »»

Mine 9 Opens This Week

April 10, 2019 New Martinsville native Eddie Mensore’s Mine 9 film is slated to hit several big screens this week. more »»

Ramp Fest Scheduled April 20

April 10, 2019 The fragrance of ramps will fill the air in Pine Grove on April 20 as folks near and far will celebrate the 5th Annual Shortline Ramp Festival. Festivities begin at 9 a.m. with a 5K Run/Walk. more »»


April 10, 2019 Editor’s Note: April is National Child Abuse Prevention Mont. more »»

Griffin Players, WCS Combine Live Theatre, History For April 4-7 Performances

April 3, 2019 The Griffin Players, in conjunction with Wetzel County Schools, invite the public to join them for a performance where live theatre and history combin. more »»

Mine 9 To Open In Theaters

April 3, 2019 New Martinsville native Ed Mensore’s Mine 9 creation is slated to hit several big screens next week. more »»

Tyler DOH: Tyler, Wetzel Reports Were Submitted Properly

April 3, 2019 Tyler County DOH Administrator Jeff McKinney is uncertain as to why his handwritten notes, concerning necessary secondary road repairs in Tyler County, were published to the West Virginia Department... more »»



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