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Gerald Lee Will Perform as Part of the ArtsLink’s Concert Series

This event is sponsored by Barb and Tom Daly Lee, professor of piano at West Liberty University, will perform at 2 p.m. at the Gold Derrick Gallery in Sistersville. The concert will mark Lee’s fifth occasion to play for ArtsLink, the arts council for Wetzel and Tyler counties. Following the concert, Lee will conduct a master class for local piano students. Call 304-455-2278 for more information. Gerald Lee is Professor of Piano at West Liberty University, where he has been a full-time faculty member since 2002. Dr. Lee earned three piano performance degrees: Bachelor of Music, ...

National Day of Prayer in New Martinsville

Losing is always hard, especially when you try your best to win. Someone has to lose and someone has to win. That’s just the way it is when you play games. Whether it’s checkers, golf, or ...


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Children Are An Asset

The single greatest assets of any community is it’s children. Without a doubt, they will not thrive without good schools, good recreation, and good people who put them first. The greatest thing one can do is support children and their activities. Kids grow strong in caring ...

Sports Briefs

From My View For October 30

I would love to start my column thanking Bev Gibb and the New Martinsville Parks and Recreation for putting on the Bruce Park Boo at the Park. I have been on the Parks Commission for a couple years now, and I was shocked to see all the many kids and grown-ups present at this years event.I'm ...


Robin Templeton

Robin Templeton, 64, of Middlebourne, WV passed away May, 9, 2021. There will be a memorial service to honor Robin’s life 2:00pm on Saturday, May 15, 2021 at her favorite place; A.I. Boreman Elementary School’s memorial garden with Rev. Ben Thomas officiating. We ask not only friends and ...

Letters to the Editor

The Voice of the People – Letter to the Editor

To the Editor, A second meeting of patriots who wish to advocate for constitutional rights and greater local control is planned for Thursday, May 6 at 6 p.m. This time it will take place in the Sistersville Public Library. Concerned members of the community are welcome, and any questions can ...