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Hope For Christmas: Live Nativity Shines

December 21, 2016 We felt a bit dreary putting together this week’s Wetzel Chronicle. Checking out the front page and some of the news items, it is no surprise. more »»

Make Time This Season

December 14, 2016 This past weekend, the Wetzel Chronicle was busy covering many area Christmas festivities. more »»

A Perfect Example

December 7, 2016 The robbery at Koontz’s Country Cupboard in Littleton serves as an example as to why the West Virginia State Police detachment in Hundred needs to stay. more »»

Keep Hundred WVSP Open

November 30, 2016 Like many, we were upset last week to receive the news that Hundred’s West Virginia State Police detachment is closing. more »»

Kids Should be Careful Online

November 16, 2016 Retired police chief Jim Holler gave some very important advice during the Champions for Children training event that The Lighthouse Child Advocacy Center held Thursday, Nov. more »»

Election 2016... That’s A Wrap

November 9, 2016 There might be some lingering ballots left to be counted — or recounted — but we can probably safely say that the 2016 general election is now behind us. more »»

Bill Cole Is Leader Our State Needs

November 2, 2016 Most of the really high unemployment in West Virginia is in the coalfields — but Wetzel and Tyler counties are close behind them. Our two counties share a 7.5 percent unemployment rate. more »»

Vote for Morrisey, Warner, Leonhardt

November 2, 2016 Behind the governor, three of the most important state government positions in West Virginia are attorney general, secretary of state and commissioner of agricultur. more »»

Stay Safe This Halloween

October 26, 2016 The season for tricks or treats is upon us once more, and throughout the next few days, kids will have a variety of opportunities to participate in Halloween fun. more »»

A Welcome Change

October 19, 2016 Many of us are resistant to change. more »»

Learning From Liam

October 12, 2016 For more than a year, area residents fervently hoped and prayed for Liam Varughes. more »»

An Important Visit

October 5, 2016 A group of students from Magnolia and Paden City high schools had the opportunity Monday to hear from United States Senator Joe Manchin. more »»

Inspired By Superheroes

September 28, 2016 Check out the photos of Diane Kinnard's "Little Lambs" on page 12. Each year these kids "Go Gold" in honor of childhood cancer awareness. more »»

RegattaFest Will Make A Splash

September 21, 2016 This weekend, Sept. 23-25, the RegattaFest will return to New Martinsville once again. more »»

Thank You For Your Support

September 14, 2016 Wetzel County Schools is blessed to be able to regularly make improvements to its facilities. more »»

Never Forgotten

September 7, 2016 It is hard to believe that the events of September 11, 2001 occurred 15 years ago. more »»

The Blessings of a Small Community

August 31, 2016 The picture on our front page says a lot. No, we do not mean the dramatic picture of the large cloud of chlorine hovering above Axiall. more »»

School Year Resolutions

August 24, 2016 Oftentimes we think of the New Year’s holiday as being a time for resolutions and new beginnings. more »»

Making Memories at Fair

August 10, 2016 For many, area fairs and festivals are sometimes the unofficial end to summer. more »»

Kudos to Hundred

August 3, 2016 We were delighted to hear about all of the major renovations Hundred Pool has undergone prior to its Summer 2016 opening. more »»



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