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Congrats to Blue Eagles

December 8, 2015 The Magnolia Blue Eagles Football team capped a dream 14-0 season with a 62-0 victory over East Hardy Saturday night in Wheelin. more »»

Unfortunate That Teachers Must Train for Violence

December 2, 2015 The teachers of Wetzel County Schools recently received ALICE training from local law enforcement officers. more »»

Enjoy Your Thanksgiving

November 25, 2015 It’s hard to believe that another Thanksgiving is here already. Where does the time go? In today’s hectic world, Thanksgiving is a welcome respite. A much needed break from our fast paced lives. more »»

What Changes Need To Be Made for Schools?

November 19, 2015 In recent weeks, parents, staff and students have been voicing their displeasure to the Wetzel County Board of Education. more »»

Show Respect to Veterans

November 10, 2015 Veterans Day is a special day designated to honor those who have served in the U.S. Armed Force. more »»

Too Much Fighting Between WCSWA, Lackawanna

November 3, 2015 The case between The Wetzel County Solid Waste Authority and Lackawanna Transport Company, owner of the Wetzel County Landfill, has been before the state’s Public Serve Commission for months. more »»

Get Most of Their Money

October 28, 2015 The Wetzel County Commission recently purchased a building where the Wetzel County Sheriff Department will now be able to store their ATV’s. more »»

Surplus Money Leads To Much-Need Improvements

October 21, 2015 The Wetzel Country Board of Education recently put some surplus money towards a great investment — their schools. more »»

Kudos To Church For Honoring Our Officers

October 14, 2015 The First Christian Church in New Martinsville recently held its inaugural dinner in appreciation of law enforcement officers. This event was about more than just honoring officers. more »»

Kudos to Church For Honoring Our Officers

October 14, 2015 The First Christian Church in New Martinsville recently held its inaugural dinner in appreciation of law enforcement officers. This event was about more than just honoring officers. more »»

Abandoned Buildings Are Plaguing New Martinsville

October 7, 2015 A major issue that has been plaguing the city of New Martinsville is the abandoned buildings and neglected propertie. more »»

Great to See Community Backing Police Department

September 29, 2015 Police officers have a difficult jobs with their daily duties, but having community support and backing can often times make their jobs easier. more »»

Nice to See Community Show Support for Stevens

September 23, 2015 In recent weeks, there has been much debate about the topic of Hundred resident and student Roy Stevens’ education. It’s upsetting to see a family have to fight so hard to keep their child in schoo. more »»

More Taxes Just Won’t Work

September 16, 2015 Taxing small town businesses and it’s residents destroys the communities. Take a look around and ask yourself what has happened. Once vibrant streets were busy with people, restaurants were ope. more »»

Chamber Taking Great Strides

September 9, 2015 The Wetzel County Chamber of Commerce is taking great strides in providing events and helping the community. more »»

Get Off Drugs, Get to Work

September 2, 2015 We were pleased Monday to hear Judge Hummel sentence Christopher Watson Smith to his underlying prison sentence of one to 10 years. 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 »»

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 »»

 
 
 

 

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