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Senseless Destruction

December 22, 2009 It might be just about the smallest bit of news in this week’s Wetzel Chronicle, but the report of tires being slashed along the length of the riverfront in downtown New Martinsville is rather... more »»

Be Warm, Be Safe

December 16, 2009 Just a few weeks ago we printed tips for keeping safe during this winter season when various forms of heating are in use. more »»

Fighting With Education

December 9, 2009 You may have noticed in the past several issues of the Wetzel Chronicle we have been focusing on drug abuse. . . particularly in eradicating it in our area. more »»

Congratulations Big Blue

December 2, 2009 We would like to congratulate the Magnolia Blue Eagle Football Team on a great season and thank them for providing the community a season of excitement and bonding. more »»

It Can Happen To Anyone

November 25, 2009 “It could never happen to me.” “Our child/grandchild would never get mixed up in drugs. more »»

Taking Back Mayberry

November 18, 2009 The news in this week’s Wetzel Chronicle is enough to make us want to shut and lock our doors and insulate ourselves from the outside world. more »»

Events Policy Changes

November 11, 2009 You may have noticed a new Coming Events Policy on the previous page, 3A. Actually, we hope you do take note of the addition. more »»

The Best Of The Best

November 4, 2009 We would like to offer our congratulations to Allison Fluharty for being named Wetzel County’s Teacher of the Year. more »»

Unknown Results

October 28, 2009 We’ve been asked just what was accomplished by the “tea party” that took place in front of the Wetzel County Courthouse Saturday afternoon. Was any legislation changed? N. more »»

Economic Cycle

October 20, 2009 No doubt many people will read this edition of the Wetzel Chronicle and wonder why there isn’t _______ in it. more »»

Magnolia Milestone

October 14, 2009 West Virginia high school football history was recognized before Friday’s football game at Alumni Field in New Martinsville. more »»

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 »»



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