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Remain Calm And Do Your Part

January 31, 2018 The news of alleged social media threats against Valley High School is alarming. more »»

Stephen Is An Inspiration

January 24, 2018 It is never too late to pursue a dream. Kandy Stephen is proof of this. According to Kandy, despite taking a different path in life, she never forgot of her dream to become a teacher. more »»

Cecil, Citizens Deserve Clarity

January 10, 2018 We, like our readers, have diligently followed the happenings of New Martinsville City Council. more »»

Quite a Year

December 27, 2017 Reflecting on the 2017, for our Year in Review story, we wouldn’t blame anyone who would want to rush ahead to 2018. more »»

Merry Christmas

December 20, 2017 Christmastime is upon us. That is very much obvious from the annual nativity scene on the front page of our paper, along with our annual “Letters to Santa” inser. more »»

Remembering Mr. Coen

December 13, 2017 This past May we received a special birthday submission at the Chronicle, concerning Bob Coen. M. more »»

Partake in County Christmas Cheer

December 6, 2017 Too often folks lament that there is nothing to do in our are. more »»

Support Wetzel with Levy Vote

November 29, 2017 The Wetzel County School system is thriving right now. Our area is blessed with extra funds, thanks to the influx of the oil and gas industry. more »»

Remembering Estep

November 22, 2017 Today we are thinking of the family and friends of Rick Estep, who lost his fight against Pulmonary Hypertension on Saturday. more »»

Council Should Reconsider City Service Fee

November 15, 2017 We were unable to get the news, regarding New Martinsville City Council’s proposed City Service fee for non-residents, in our paper last wee. more »»

Pay Tribute To All Veterans, Everyday

November 8, 2017 We feel so honored to feature Anson Curry on our front page this week. This man is a true American her. more »»

A Tremendous Loss

November 1, 2017 Wetzel County has suffered unimaginable losses this past month. The untimely passing of Chief Tax Deputy Shelby Titus left the Wetzel County communities shocke. more »»

Eberts Reach Milestone

October 18, 2017 This weekend, the Ebert Brothers will reach a special milestone as the group will mark its 50th year of performances at the Lincoln Theater in downtown New Martinsville. more »»

Give to Gabriel

October 11, 2017 We hope the community considers opening their hearts, and wallets, to give to The Gabriel Project during its “Stuff The Cruiser” event at Wal-Mart this Friday, Oct. 1. more »»

A Senseless, Evil Act

October 4, 2017 As we work hard to make tomorrow’s deadline — to give you the local news for the week — a tragedy is unfolding on a national level. more »»

Vote On Oct. 7

September 27, 2017 In a recent teleconference with newspapers throughout the state, Governor Jim Justice said the Oct. more »»

Help Your Neighbor

September 20, 2017 As we stated in our front page article, the turnout at Thursday’s flood relief fundraiser for Hundred and Pine Grove areas was modest. more »»

Honor Our Heroes

September 13, 2017 Monday marked the 16th anniversary of a day that is still so fresh for many of us — the violent and devastating attacks of 9/11/2001. more »»

Giving is Good

September 6, 2017 We are proud of the Necessities Barn for being the recipient of the Wetzel County Chamber of Commerce’s “Pay It Forward” funding. more »»

Pine Grove Residents Need Reliable Sewage/Water

August 30, 2017 Pine Grove’s sewage struggles did not begin just this summer. Rather, several events have come together to create a magnified perfect storm under the new mayor and council. more »»



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