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Alumni Association Scholarship Recipients Announced

The Hundred-Littleton Alumni Association annually coordinates a scholarship project for Hundred High School graduates. This year 2021 the following recipients were chosen to receive their scholarships. Mia Duckworth was awarded the David R. (Dick) Butcher Memorial Scholarship and the ...

Magistrate Charge Results In Forfeited Teaching License

Adam Croasmun, 25, of Paden City, a former teacher in Wetzel County schools, entered into a plea agreement in Tyler County Magistrate Court on Wednesday May 19, and pleaded guilty to making an obscene phone call. He agreed to forfeit his teaching license. According to the office of the Tyler ...

Unruly Splats Program Implemented at Short Line School For K-5th Graders

Wetzel County Schools Combine PE and Coding with the Unruly Splats program for K-5th graders at Short Line School, the Stem learning tool is literally doing jumping jacks and running in the hallway all while learning to code. While recently visiting Short Line School on May 27, 2021 and ...

Burkes Outlet opens at Riverfront Village

On Thursday, May 27th, at 8:30 AM, the Wetzel-Tyler Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting for Burkes Outlet, located in the Riverside Village Plaza in New Martinsville. The ribbon-cutting was immediately followed with a day-long Grand Opening event with a prize wheel for shoppers and ...

BOE Meet in Regular Session

The Wetzel County Board of Education met May 24, 2021 at the Board office via YouTube to approve agenda items and recognize students for special achievements. Board member Brian Castilow led in the Pledge of Allegiance followed by Board President Brian Price delivering the invocation. President ...

Rotary Awards Scholarships

The New Martinsville Rotary met on Wednesday May 26, at Quinets restaurant. Present at the meeting were quest students who recently had been selected as recipients of the Rotary’s annual scholarships awards. Winners of the scholarhips this year included Macy Haddox, Woodson London, and Alex ...

Steam Showcase First Place Winners

Mr. Drew Schmalz of Magnolia High School’s Coding class competed in the STEAM showcase where Sam Mensore placed first place. Sam used a 3D printer to create a case that enclosed a Raspberry Pi gaming system. Bradley Yoho, Chloie Anderson, and Riley Bryan all built and programmed robots ...

Shirley Chief Wade

Having served 21 years at the Shirley Fire Department, Jim Wade has helped transform the department in his 14 years as Fire Chief. Chief Wade is the proud husband of Stacey Wade and father of two daughters, Brianna and Logan Wade. He has courageously been volunteering his time as a firefighter ...

The Wetzel County Commission Match Grant for Town of Hundred

The Wetzel County Commissioners met on Tuesday, May 25,2021 at the County Commission office for a regularly scheduled meeting. All commissioners were present. Commissioner President Lisa Heasley led in the Pledge of Allegiance and then called the meeting to order. First item of business was ...

Wetzel County Schools Holds Robotics Competition at WCTEC

For the whole month of May the middle schools of Wetzel County were invaded by robots! Using multiple Lego Mindstorms kits on loan from NASA’s Katherine Johnson Independent Verification and Validation Facility, located in Fairmont, West Virginia, WCS students were provided with the resources ...