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Letters to the Editor

Brown, Mildred “Millie” L.

Mildred "Millie" L. Brown, 93, of Reynoldsburg, OH, formerly of Reader, WV, died Thursday, Aug. 24, 2017, while at The Ashford on Broad in Columbus, OH.Expressions of sympathy may be made at willamsfuneralhomewv.com

Wells, Charles “Art”

Charles "Art" Wells, 75, of New Martinsville, WV, passed away Monday, August 21, 2017 at Wetzel County Hospital.Sympathy expressions at grisellfuneralhomes.com

Long, Monzell May (Rockwell)

Monzell May (Rockwell) Long, 95, of Paden City, W.Va., passed from this life on Friday, August 25, 2017 with her family by her side.Expression of sympathy may be made www.jarvisfuneralhomes.com

From John S. Starkey

Letter to the EditorTo all voters of Tyler and Wetzel counties:I urge all voters to join me and vote against the bond issue to be voted on in October 2017.Probably the two worst sections of WV Route Two is in the two counties.Consider New Maritnsville with nine traffic signals and a railroad ...

From Donna Earley

Letter to the Editor:ArtsLink and the Wayward Players wish to thank everyone who supported our recent production of Seussical JR. The production was ably directed, designed, and choreographed by Bart and Clare Cannizzaro of the Academy for Dance and Theatre Arts. This children's theater ...

From David B. McKinley, P.E.

To The Editor,The last week of July was very difficult for so many members of our community who dealt with flooding in Wetzel County. I had the opportunity to speak with a number of people in Hundred and Pine Grove, who have been behind the scenes working tirelessly to help their community ...

From H. John Rogers

Editor:I was taken aback by the raft of complaints about Brooklyn as reportered by the esteemable Ed Parsons in last week's Wetzel Chronicle.As a resident of Foundry Street, since the fal of 1974, I do not share in these sentiments. If anything, I have found life in Brooklynn - to borrow from ...

From Amy, Doug, Austyn, and Dylan Cerasi

To The Editor,Hello Family and Friends. A big "Thank You" is in order for all that came out to support my benefit. You have no idea how much your generosity and thoughtfulness means to our family. I know a lot of planning and time was spent to make the benefit a wonderful event, and we are ...

From Johanna Lemasters

Dear Editor,We want to reach out to the many who contributed hours of manpower, distributed food, donated equipment and trucks, and gave monetary gifts during the flooding disaster, to the Hundred Volunteer Fire Department. The individual gifts and time spent are too numerous to mention! After ...

From Roland Bohrer

To The Editor,I have lived in New Martinsville most of my 80 odd years, but it has only been over the last 8 to 10 years that I have seen gasoline prices get to 38 cents to 45 cents above our closer larger towns to the north and south. Namely Moundsville and St. Marys.Wetzel is one of the ...