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From Joseph J. Morris

January 10, 2018 To the Editor: Some food for thought: Could this be the same food that was on the menu yesterday? While I was watching a documentary the other day, it mentioned the Operation Northwood, and the... more »»

From Joseph J. Morris

January 10, 2018 To The Editor: A little food for thought. more »»

From Robert Hoffman

December 27, 2017 To The Editor, This letter is being written to and/or for all those in America. Be happy you are here in America and proud of it, land of the free and home of the brav. more »»

From Rosy Cozart and Pam Ferrell

December 27, 2017 To The Editor, The Wetzel County Animal Shelter Supporters would like to thank all the donors of the Silent Auction, held on Nov. 1. more »»

From Phyllis Buettner

December 20, 2017 Dear Editor, I would like to express my gratitude to the residents of Paden City for their response to the Boy Scouts Food Drive held on Dec. 9. more »»


December 13, 2017 To the Editor, To the volunteers/attendees and the donors of the Wetzel County Animal Shelter Supporters’ Silent Auction: Of course it goes without saying that the sponsors made the event possible. more »»

From HHS Executive Boosters

December 13, 2017 To the Editor, We want everyone to know that we appreciate the support we received in our recent fundraising effort for athletics and academics at Hundred High Schoo. more »»

From Earl W. Smith

December 13, 2017 To The Editor, I have lived in New Martinsville for nearly 41 years, and the road rage and other traffic problems, within the city limits, have become worse. more »»

From WCEA Officers

December 13, 2017 To The Editor, To the citizens of Wetzel County: On Friday, Dec. 15, the citizens of Wetzel County will be voting on the future of Wetzel County School. more »»

From Joseph J. Morris

November 15, 2017 To The Editor, Some food for thought. I think I will check out the menu. There doesn’t seem to be anything on the buffet I like. more »»

From Thomas E. Trader

November 15, 2017 Dear Editor, The Paden City Park and Pool Commission would like to thank all of the people that made the Haunted Trail a success. The weather was not kind to us. We had to use our rain date. more »»

From Joseph J. Morris

November 8, 2017 To the Editor: Some food for thought, my thought on it and this buffet looks like garbage to m. more »»

From Henry Gump Family

November 8, 2017 To the Editor, When saying “Thank you” sometimes seems inadequate... more »»

From Joseph J. Morris

November 1, 2017 To the Editor, Some food for thought: Does something smell on the road bond issue? I have given some hard thought to the road bond issue, and I have come to the conclusion that there is nothing in... more »»

From Wetzel County Humane Society

October 4, 2017 Letter To The Editor: The Wetzel County Humane Society would like to thank its volunteers and members for the donations to the Fall Wag Day at Witscheys’ grocer. more »»

From Senators

September 27, 2017 To the Editor, For not one penny of additional taxes, West Virginian’s can choose on October 7, 2017 to immediately have better roads and more jobs! On Saturday, October 7th, state voters can help... more »»

From Joseph Morris

September 27, 2017 To the Editor, I’m back again with some food for thought, although some will have trouble digesting it. The limp wrist and weak knee’d who go along with government agencies’ overreach are nothing new. more »»

From Frank Deem

September 20, 2017 Letter to the Editor As a member of the Republican State Executive Committee, I feel compelled to write this letter endorsing the road bond issue which will be voted upon October 7th. more »»

From Susan Wade and Judy Ferrebee

September 20, 2017 To the Editor The Paden City Labor Day Committee would like to thank the following contributors for their continued support of our Annual Labor Day Celebration: Gold, Khourey & Turak; B.B. more »»

From Monette Schupbach

September 13, 2017 To the Editor: The American Legion Post #28 recently held its annual family picnic in August 2017. Many local businesses graciously donated to this even. more »»



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