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Paden City Schools Get Laptops

November 23, 2016 Paden City Elementary School has taken the first step towards full integration of laptop computers into their education system. more »»

Success Celebrated By MHS and NMS

November 23, 2016 At the Nov. more »»

Wetzel Commissioners Discuss Election Results

November 23, 2016 The Wetzel County Commission met on Tuesday, Nov. more »»

Paden City Officer Disciplined

November 22, 2016 PADEN CITY -- City Council demoted a police officer during a special meeting held Tuesday morning. Council went into executive session to discuss Sergeant Josh Helmic. more »»

Hundred W.Va. State Police Detachment To Close Jan. 1

November 22, 2016 WHEELING -- West Virginia State Police announced Tuesday that the Hundred detachment will be closing Jan. 1. more »»

Teen Truth Reaches Out to Local Students

November 16, 2016 Jared Scott, representing Teen Truth, gave a demonstration at Magnolia High School on Monday, Nov. 7 regarding bullying and school violence, and the consequences of such. more »»

Heasley Captures Commission Seat

November 16, 2016 In an incredibly tight race, Democrat Lisa Heasley captured the office of Wetzel County Commission, garnering just 115 more votes than her opponent, Republican Charles Clements. more »»

Child Advocates Gather For Training

November 16, 2016 CPS workers, members of law enforcement, mental health professionals and other advocates for children gathered at West Virginia Northern Community College on Thursday, No. more »»

Festival of Trees Is Friday!

November 16, 2016 It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas… Well, at least it is at New Martinsville City Building where the main hallway is decorated with Christmas trees galore. more »»

Two Charged For Attempting To Fill Forged Prescriptions

November 14, 2016 According to a statement from the Wetzel County Prosecuting Attorney's office, two individuals have been charged with attempting to obtain controlled substances by forged prescriptions. more »»

Littleton Pantry Gives A Small Town Hope

November 9, 2016 Just about five miles past Hundred lies the very small town of Littleton. If you blink, you might miss it. The town used to bustle with activity, an effect of the oil boom. more »»

NMPD Investigates Attack

November 9, 2016 New Martinsville Police Department Chief Tim Cecil was able to confirm that his department is investigating an attack that allegedly occurred behind New Martinsville's Bob Evans on Tuesday, Nov. 8. more »»

Federal Suit Against Hughes Dismissed

November 9, 2016 A federal civil action against former Wetzel County Solid Waste Authority Chairman Bill Hughes has been dismissed by United States District Judge Frederick P. Stamp. more »»

Gabriel Project Hosts “Stuff the Cruiser” Fundraiser

November 9, 2016 New Martinsville Police Chief Tim Cecil teamed up with Linda Barth, of the Gabriel Project, to host the “Stuff the Cruiser” fundraiser. The event was held on Nov. more »»

Commission Signs WCH/WVU Medicine Resolutoin

November 9, 2016 At the Tuesday, Nov. 1 meeting of the Wetzel County Commission, the commissioners met with Brian Felici, CEO of Wetzel County Hospital. more »»

Pethtel Retains House Seat

November 8, 2016 Garnering 3,895 delegates versus his opponent's 2,319, Delegate Dave Pethtel has been elected to his 13th term to the West Virginia House of Delegates. more »»

Heasley Captures Commission Seat

November 8, 2016 In an incredibly tight race, Democrat Lisa Heasley captured the office of Wetzel County Commission, garnering just 115 more votes than her opponent, Republican Charles Clements. more »»

Vote On Newly Proposed Clean Air Bill Postponed

November 2, 2016 There was a regularly scheduled Wetzel-Tyler Board of Health meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 25. The main topic of discussion was the newly proposed clean air bill. more »»

Quinn Sentenced to 20 Years in Prison

November 2, 2016 Jessica Dawn Quinn, 38, of Paden City was sentenced Friday, Oct. 28 to 20 years in prison for voluntary manslaughter and wanton endangerment. more »»

Feast Your Eyes On The Prize, Chili Fest

November 2, 2016 NEW MARTINSVILLE – Thousands of people attended the 17th annual Wetzel County Chamber of Commerce’s 17th Annual Chili Fest on Saturday in New Martinsville. more »»

 
 
 

 

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