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For The Amendment

October 22, 2014 We believe the amendment to the West Virginia Constitution that is on the general election ballot is a good thing. more »»

Election Season

October 15, 2014 As most all of us can only be infinitely aware, the general election is quickly approaching. more »»

Graduation With Promise

October 8, 2014 We could not have been happier Friday when we were able to witness the graduation of one of Wetzel County’s Drug Court participants. more »»

U.S. Senate candidates agree to Oct. 7 debate

October 1, 2014 Residents across West Virginia can compare the positions of Secretary of State Natalie Tennant and Congresswoman Shelley Moore Capito on key election issues when the two debate on Oc. more »»

Homegrown Fun

September 24, 2014 We probably sound like a broken record, but there really is no need to venture far to find a good time. more »»

‘The Great Satan’

September 10, 2014 There is a scourge across the land. It plays no favorites. It is no respecter of persons or places. “The Great Satan”, as Chelsea Briggs’ step-father called it, is the plague of illegal drug. more »»

Double XL Ego?

September 3, 2014 A few hours before Keith Anderson took the stage at the Paden City Labor Day Celebration Sunday night, his soundman reportedly kicked local favorite Days Later off the stage before they had... more »»

Much Ado About Water

August 27, 2014 Over the past several days there has been much talk about the State of West Virginia advertising for offers to lease the mineral resources under the Ohio River in sections of Wetzel, Marshall, and... more »»

A Sometimes Fatal Illness

August 20, 2014 “While I kept things to myself, I felt weak deep inside me.” —Psalm 32:3 We are always shocked when we hear that someone has committed suicide. more »»

Can’t Live Without Them

July 30, 2014 Where would we be without first responders? We hate to imagine. We need them more often that we’d like. more »»

Hope Still Remains

July 23, 2014 It didn’t escape our attention that the front page this week seems to contain its fair share of bad news. more »»

Should Not Have Happened

July 16, 2014 We were in shock Tuesday when defendant John Michael Howell spit on Wetzel County Prosecutor Timothy Haught. The event never should have happened. more »»

Detachment Is Necessary

July 9, 2014 We were shocked last week to hear the news that there had been talk of closing Hundred’s State Police detachment. We could not fathom how anyone would think this is a good ide. more »»

Holding Out Hope

July 2, 2014 The waiting game isn’t over, but it has at least changed. more »»

Strong Presence

June 25, 2014 We are blessed to have such a strong law enforcement presence here in Wetzel County and New Martinsville. This blessing is evident when perusing the pages of this week’s Wetzel Chronicl. more »»

Something To Experience

June 18, 2014 The day could not have been a more beautiful one Saturday for the dedication of Wetzel County’s Wall of Hono. more »»

Working, Not Whining

June 11, 2014 The news on this week’s front page seems overwhelmingly positive to us—from a wall to honor veterans and people joining the movement to fight cancer; to a picnic to help strengthen the community an... more »»

A Career To Love

June 4, 2014 At Monday night’s Wetzel County Board of Education meeting the body honored retirees. more »»

Free Because Of The Brave

May 28, 2014 At the K of P Cemetery Monday morning, under a cloudless, blue sky, the names of those veterans who had passed on this past year were read. more »»

Number Crunching

May 21, 2014 As Wetzel County Schools continues its policy of including the last semester’s grades in their determination of class valedictorians and salutatorians, the last minute crunch of numbers lives on. more »»

 
 
 

 

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