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Thanks For Bearing With Us

October 23, 2013 As you may well know by now, Faithful Readers, we are experiencing some technical difficulties that have necessitated a change in our press time, and any adjustment is bound to have some rough... more »»

Needed: Information

September 11, 2013 A newspaper is only as good as the information it contains. We strive very hard every week to bring you the best possible product that we can. We work hard to cover news and sporting events. more »»

A Tight Spot

September 4, 2013 The saying goes that a person can get caught between a rock and a hard place. Well in New Martinsville, some Brooklyn area residents are often caught between a train and a closed bridge. more »»

Choices, Not Circumstances

August 28, 2013 Helping to foster healthier kids—and adults—in West Virginia is certainly a noble caus. more »»

A Proud Moment

August 21, 2013 We were so excited when we found out New Martinsville was not only featured, but on the cover of the new WV?LIVING?Magazine. more »»

A Center Of Hope

August 14, 2013 We were so pleased to hear the news Tuesday that a drug day report center will be opening in New Martinsville this fall. The center will serve both Wetzel and Tyler counties. more »»

The Big Picture

August 7, 2013 To think our readers read every word in each edition of the Wetzel Chronicle is fairly ludicrous. We know you probably have your favorite sections to read. more »»

Hard To Understand

July 31, 2013 For most of us, today’s drug problems are just plain hard to understand. We guess that is because we have never been caught in the throes of such a powerful addiction. more »»

Democracy At Work

July 24, 2013 Hundred finally elected its next mayor Tuesday. As the story on page 1A explains, the original race in June ended in a tie, so their charter required a run-off election. more »»

Stay Cool, Safe

July 17, 2013 With the hot and hazy days of summer fully upon us, it’s important to always refresh one’s memory on general, simple ways to avoid heat-related illness. more »»

Independence Day

July 3, 2013 We were disturbed to see a news report stating that the city of Weirton has decided to change the name of their Fourth of July Parade to the Summer Holiday Parade -- or some such fluffy moniker. more »»

Be Aware Of Scams

June 26, 2013 Unfortunately, these days there always seems to be a new scam taking place in the area. Just this week we became aware of an individual in the area doing a “survey” for cleaning items. more »»

My West Virginia

June 19, 2013 (Editor’s note: When we asked for submissions of your version of “My West Virginia”, former Wetzel Chronicle Editor Barbara Minor submitted the following. more »»

My West Virginia

June 12, 2013 It’s always exciting to head out-of-state for summer vacation. Last year, I had the wonderfully exciting opportunity to head to Bristol, Tenn., with my boyfriend and friends for a NASCAR race. more »»

Where's PCHS?

June 5, 2013 Where is the story on Paden City High School’s valedictorian and salutatorian? If that’s what you’re wondering when looking at our front page, and really, why wouldn’t you wonder about that? We’d... more »»

Congratulations

May 29, 2013 We would like to add our congratulations to the recent graduates of our area’s high schools. It is an exciting time of fulfillment, wonder, and adventure. more »»

Ripped Our Hearts

May 22, 2013 Moore, Oklahoma. Just saying that city’s name this week instantly brings heartache and images that seem unfathomable. A tornado, or tornadoes, cut a clear path though that city Monday afternoon. more »»

Good For The Community

May 1, 2013 We were so pleased to see the great turnout at Tuesday evening’s Wetzel County?Chamber of Commerce Awards Dinner. more »»

Finally Infuriating

April 24, 2013 The national news events of last week were nothing short of shocking, sometimes riveting, always frustrating, and ultimately infuriating. more »»

Cleaning Up

April 10, 2013 While it’s not a popular decision, New Martinsville’s decision not to hold a free spring clean up this year is fiscally wise. more »»

 
 
 

 

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