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Let Roy Go to the School of His Choosing

August 26, 2015 A latest topic has been the education of high school student Roy Stevens. The concern has been should he go to Magnolia High School because he has an IEP or stay at Hundred High School. more »»

Let Roy Go to the School of His Choosing

August 26, 2015 A latest topic has been the education of high school student Roy Stevens. The concern has been should he go to Magnolia High School because he has an IEP or stay at Hundred High School. more »»

Not Right to Single Out Certain Breeds of Dogs

August 19, 2015 A major issue that has been the center of discussion at Middlebourne Council meetings have been the vicious dogs that are running at large in the area. more »»

A Life-Saving Sentence

July 29, 2015 As you can tell from the pages of this paper, the past two weeks were busy ones in the courtroom of the Wetzel County Courthouse. more »»

Fairs and Festival Tab Your Guide to Fun

July 15, 2015 This weeks edition holds an important guide for the summer, the Fairs and Festival tab. more »»

Let Freedom Ring

July 8, 2015 We hope you all had a wonderful Independence Day. We definitely enjoyed covering the various local festivals marking the occasion. more »»

Pit Bulls Are Being Unfairly Labeled

July 1, 2015 It is another sad incident that a police officer shot and killed a pit bull. The officer had to defend himself. more »»

Check Out the Programs By Energy Express

June 24, 2015 Back in February when we first heard the news of Energy Express coming to Wetzel County, we were ecstatic. more »»

Middlebourne Council Talks Dog Ordinance

June 17, 2015 A major issue that has been the center of discussion at Middlebourne Council meetings have been the vicious dogs that are running at large in the area. more »»

Local Police Have Been Very Busy

June 10, 2015 The police in Wetzel and Tyler County have had a very busy few weeks. It was recently reported that a fatal shooting occurred in Paden City Monday night. more »»

Department Loses A Special Police Officer

June 3, 2015 This week the New Martinsville Police Department lost a very special officer. It was reported on Friday morning on Facebook that K-9 patrolman Ryder had died suddenly the night before. more »»

Memorial Day About More Than Cookouts

May 27, 2015 Memorial Day is about more than cookouts, a day off from work or consuming alcohol. This is a day that remember those who gave all and lost their lives for the sake of our county. more »»

First Responders Continue To Promote Public Safety

May 13, 2015 Officers in Wetzel County have gone above and beyond to promote safety in our local community. more »»

Positive Things Going On for Our Youth

May 6, 2015 A great deal has been happening lately for the youth of Wetzel County, and we couldn’t be more pleased with the positive nature of the news. more »»

Finding Best School Leader Available

April 29, 2015 To judge by comments Tammy Ignacio made during an interview with Wetzel County Board of Education members, she would be an excellent school superintendent. more »»

Disgusted

April 15, 2015 We were absolutely disgusted when we heard the news of the two Wetzel County residents, featured on our front page, charged with child neglect with chance of bodily harm. more »»

But For The Grace Of God

April 8, 2015 “But for the grace of God, it would’ve been you.” Truer words were never spoken April 3 in Wetzel County Circuit Court. The Honorable Judge David W. more »»

Community Responsibility

April 1, 2015 As evidenced by the resources in the story on the front page about fighting drug abuse, there is help for those who are struggling with drug abuse. more »»

A Lifetime Achievement

March 25, 2015 No matter where you were Saturday, chances are you kept yourself updated on the Magnolia, Wheeling Central WV Class A Championship basketball game. more »»

From Scott Richter

March 25, 2015 To The Editor, Thank you so much for your March 18, 2015, editorial regarding the Wetzel County Commission’s donations to Bags of Bounty and Bags of Blessings for food-availability at-risk childre. more »»

 
 
 

 

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