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October 31, 2018 It’s Tuesday, Oct. 30, and as we prepare to close the door on this week’s paper, we look ahead to this time next week — Election Day. more »»

A Refreshing Message

October 24, 2018 Last week we received a refreshing e-mail at our offices. A young lady, a junior at Paden City High School, wanted us to post about an upcoming spaghetti dinner fundraiser in our newspapers. more »»

Thankful For Volunteers

October 17, 2018 The month of October has been busy for local folks, as a plethora of activities have happened each weekend, in celebration of the Autumn seaso. more »»

The Greatest

October 10, 2018 Well, there you have it. This week we have published the Wetzel-Tyler Newspapers’ list of our area’s All-Time Greatest in athletics. more »»

A Matter Of Principle

October 3, 2018 If you look at this week’s Letters to the Editor, you will see a letter from Mr. Rich Erlewine, who was very upset when he stopped by our office the other day. We could certainly understand why. Mr. more »»

Working Together

September 26, 2018 Despite being a weekly publication, the folks here at the Wetzel-Tyler Newspapers never stop working. A fresh paper may hit the stands only once a week, but we are still working the other six days. more »»

An Enduring Legacy

September 19, 2018 This Saturday, Sept. 22 will kick-off the Ebert Brothers Family & Friends’ 51st year of shows. This is a remarkable feat. For 51 years, the Ebert family’s show has endured. more »»

Mourning The Loss of a Hero

September 12, 2018 We were deeply saddened Sept. 8 to hear of the loss of Bert Anderson, Hundred Volunteer Fire Department Chie. more »»

Amazing Stories

September 5, 2018 Sometimes we receive amazing “news tips.” For instance, a few weeks ago we were told about Douglas Fordyce, a Pine Grove native who has recently illustrated a children’s book. more »»

It’s Fall Sports Time!

August 29, 2018 Fall sports season is upon us, and our sports writers are busier than ever, working non-stop to ensure readers receive adequate sports coverage. more »»

Yeager’s Memory Lives On

August 22, 2018 We were deeply saddened last week to hear of the passing of Robyn Yeager. Yeager had an impact on many of us at the Wetzel-Tyler newspapers. Frankly, she made an impact on many. more »»

Support Local Athletes

August 15, 2018 Check out our sports pages this week. Better yet, check out last week’s special Wetzel Chronicle/Tyler Star News insert — our annual fall sports schedules booklet. more »»

It’s Fair Time!

August 8, 2018 Ready or not, the middle of August will soon be upon us — next week to be exact. This means Town & Country Days is upon us as well, set for Aug. 13-18. more »»

Mensore Is A Joy

August 1, 2018 It is safe to declare most of us know of the very talented John J. Mensore. The gentleman is certainly a class act, and many of us have had the opportunity to witness one of his many performances. more »»

Congratulations To FFA

July 18, 2018 We are so proud of our local schools for their accomplishments at the West Virginia state FFA convention. more »»

Kudos To Mayor Steve Bohrer

July 11, 2018 “We will get it taken care of, and if not, I don’t need to be here.” Those were strong words from New Martinsville Mayor Steve Bohrer at the Monday, July 2 meeting of city council. more »»

A True Community With Spirit

July 4, 2018 We probably don’t say it enough, but we are truly in awe of the town of Hundred. Just a little less than a year ago, the town was completely devastated by flooding. Homes and businesses were ruine. more »»

Happy Fourth of July

June 27, 2018 Seeing that Independence Day falls on a Wednesday, we suspect some — those who subscribe by mail — might not get the July 4 edition of this paper until Thursday, July 5. more »»

A Change For Pine Grove

June 20, 2018 According to Pine Grove officials, the days of raw sewage in basements and yards, and the accompanying stench, are no more. The problem is said to have existed due to a lack of upkeep. more »»

Something to Do

June 13, 2018 “There is nothing to do around here!” That is a common gripe we hear, and we are sure you hear the complaint plenty as well. Perhaps you have even made such a statement. more »»



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