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Homecoming Magic

October 7, 2009 This Friday is the last of our local homecoming weekends as Magnolia and Hundred high schools will crown their respective queens. more »»

Fabulous Fall

September 30, 2009 There is a chill in the air. It heralds the beginning of crisp fall days and the activities that accompany it. more »»

For The Greater Good

September 23, 2009 We were pleased with the turnout and conduct at the public meeting held Monday night at Wetzel County Hospital to discuss the possible location of a Air Evac EMS, Inc., base at the institution. more »»

A Nuance?

September 16, 2009 We are happy to see the hydroelectric tax payment issue finally settled—primarily because the dispute has been effecting our county’s school childre. more »»

Remembering 9-11

September 9, 2009 Eight years ago our country suffered a deadly blow, both literally and figuratively, as terrorists took over four commercial airplanes flying two into the World Trade Center, one into the Pentagon,... more »»

Err On The Side Of Caution

September 2, 2009 The final outcome of Tuesday’s scare in New Martinsville was somewhat comical, since people were afraid of an elderly man with a magnifying glass, not a pistol. more »»

Much Too Dire

August 26, 2009 When the STOP (Services, Training, Officers, Prosecutors) grants were announced recently, we were surprised to see that Wetzel County received one of the highest awards in the state. more »»

Constant Battle

August 19, 2009 This week’s Wetzel Chronicle contains a tale of two battles, yet their fights are very similar. It seems that Hundred is winning the battle against a dilapidated building. . . finally. . more »»

A Pat On The Back

August 12, 2009 We are certainly pleased and, yes, a bit proud of the recent accolades the Wetzel Chronicle received from the West Virginia Press Association. more »»

No Better Deal

August 5, 2009 Town and Country Days begins Monday and for many that means their annual vacatio. more »»

We Must Keep Fighting

July 28, 2009 Last week we heard the bad news that Wetzel County’s unemployment rate hit 14.3 percent. more »»

Not Crime Laden

July 22, 2009 Wetzel County awakened to startling news Tuesday with the report of a body found in Lewis Wetzel Park in the Steelton section of New Martinsville. more »»

Fighting A Good Fight

July 15, 2009 We are glad to see the Wetzel County Board of Education join a law suit seeking relief from the unfunded debt of retiree benefits. more »»

Come To Stay

July 8, 2009 It is prime reunion time in West Virginia and we’re so glad it is. We just love that family and high school reunions are a tradition here. more »»

We Noticed, Thank You

July 1, 2009 We’d like to take a moment to thank all of the people in our community who work so hard at making it a more beautiful place to live, work, and pla. more »»

Play It Safe

June 24, 2009 It looks like the victim in the very serious all-terrain vehicle accident in Wetzel County Saturday will recover just fine, but it brings to mind the cautions about such vehicles that must always b... more »»

Don’t Be A Victim

June 16, 2009 The Wetzel County Sheriff’s Department fears that residents of the area will be victims of fraud as one woman has already been targeted in a scheme by Royal Oak Promotions. more »»

A Good Investment

June 10, 2009 We are so very happy to see the news that PPG Industries will be investing $6 million in their Natrium plant. more »»

The Wait Is On

June 3, 2009 Technology is a blessing and a curse. At the time of this writing the Wetzel Chronicle office is without power—along with much of New Martinsville. more »»

A Great Beginning

May 27, 2009 For decades graduates in mortar boards have clutched their diplomas and shed tears as they go through the graduation exercises. more »»

 
 

 

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