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From Diane Strippel

January 30, 2013 As I write this, there are many thousands marching for life in the cold in Washington, D.C. I ask myself, how is it that we have not learned the lessons from the past? Babies are not property. more »»

From Gary Slider

January 16, 2013 I just want to put the facts out so that people know who can legally make decisions about schools and keeping them safe. Federal and state laws spell out many aspects of educating our children. more »»

From Betty Young

January 16, 2013 From 1980 to 2010, I was an employee for the City of New Martinsville. During this time, I had served under two different supervisors without incident. more »»

From Diana L. Rice

January 16, 2013 Childhood is supposed to be a care free, fun filled time of life. But imagine the child whose daily life is dealing with asthma. more »»

From Mya Ballard

January 9, 2013 I would like to inform people of the death my grandmother Virginia Ballard. She was a school teacher in Wetzel County. more »»

From Curtis Tedrow

January 9, 2013 The Silver Bebee’s 4-H Club held their annual coon hunt on Nov. 10. Several local businesses donated door prizes and some made cash donations. more »»

From Deb Brown

January 9, 2013 The American Lung Association of the Mid-Atlantic wishes everyone a Happy New Year. As we ring in 2013, many of us will make New Year’s resolutions to improve our health and well-being. more »»

From Bill Jeffries

January 9, 2013 I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Sistersville Fire and Rescue, the Tyler County Dispatcher, and the EMT Personnel who assisted in the rescue effort for my friend Tony Hup. more »»

From Wetzel County Farm Bureau and Ronald McDonald House

January 2, 2013 The members of the Wetzel County Farm Bureau and the Ronald McDonald House would like to thank all those who in any way supported, gave donations, or contributed items for the 2012 auction. more »»

From Warren Wade

January 2, 2013 Alcoholism: A complex chronic psychological and nutritional disorder associated with continued excessive and uncontrollable use of alcohol drinks. more »»

From Rosy Cozart

December 26, 2012 We would love to thank all those who contributed to the spaghetti dinner and auction for the Wetzel County Animal Shelter on Dec. more »»

From Velinda, Jon and Allen Phillips and family

December 26, 2012 To The Editor, Ralph Phillips, Wetzel County Assessor, will be retiring at the end of December after serving the citizens of our county for 30 years. more »»

From H. John Rogers

December 26, 2012 Mitt Romney carried Wetzel County with a little over 59 percent of the vote, a 21.5 margin of victory over Obama. more »»

From Wilda Church

December 26, 2012 WE CARE would like to send a special thank you during this Christmas season to so many in our community for their generous offerings of food, funding, time, and effort. more »»

From Warren Todd Wade

December 26, 2012 I’m sure most people would agree, education is probably one of the most valuable assets we can obtain in life. This jail is a lot like schoo. more »»

From Meg Ensinger

December 19, 2012 The Magnolia High School Band recently completed a very successful marching season. Many businesses, parents, school personnel, and community members supported our students during this time. more »»

From Pat Jeffers

December 19, 2012 Recently, I took my granddaughter and a friend to the New Martinsville Public Library for a special Story Time event. more »»

From Tammy Workman

November 28, 2012 American Legion Auxiliary, Marne unit 28, New Martinsville, wishes to thank New Martinsville School for accepting our unit volunteers. We extend special appreciation to Mrs. more »»

From Warren Wade

November 28, 2012 Hello once again from the Northern Regional Jail. Some of us know substance abuse and addictions are sometimes easily hidden, but in the end, they become almost impossible to hide. more »»

From Pat Lucas

November 20, 2012 The Young Ladies Union of Magnolia High School served a very special Thanksgiving Dinner to the Senior Citizens of the New Martinsville Towers. more »»

 
 
 

 

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