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Reader Man Donates 100th Pint of Blood

January 6, 2016 Santford Joe Haught waited patiently to give blood one day last week before the New Year’s holiday inside the Christian Church in Paden City. more »»

Estep Takes Part in Bowl Activities

January 6, 2016 Many local residents took part in special festivities this past weekend to ring in the new year. more »»

Renaud Offering To Train CPR

January 6, 2016 With the start of a new year, many individuals make health-related resolutions. more »»

Cisar Voted in as Board Member

January 6, 2016 New Martinsville resident Aaron Cisar was voted in as the newest member of the Wetzel County Board of Education at the board’s regular meeting held Monday, Jan. 4. more »»

Former Chief’s Hearing Rescheduled

January 6, 2016 Former Paden City Police Chief Joseph Richardson’s hearing Dec. 30 in Tyler County Magistrate Court will be rescheduled to a later date. Richardson was arrested Oct. more »»

Buck Firearms Season Scores Trophy Harvest

January 6, 2016 Deer hunters rejoice. More deer were harvested during buck firearm last season than were killed in 2014, according to the state Division of Natural Resources. more »»

Howell Sentenced To Life With Mercy

January 6, 2016 John Howell was sentenced to life with mercy Monday, Jan. 4 in Marshall County Circuit Court. more »»

Train Derailment Underscores Efforts

December 30, 2015 A recent train derailment in New Martinsville underscored the planning that takes place by first responders. more »»

Costs Approved For Officers’ Lab Training

December 30, 2015 At their Dec. 22 meeting, the Wetzel County Commission approved to cover the costs for two Wetzel County Sheriff’s Office deputies to attend a Meth Lab Special Operations training. more »»

Wells Provides Board With Assessments

December 30, 2015 Director of Student Assessment Tammy Wells provided the Wetzel County Board of Education, at its Dec. more »»

Longtime Pharmacist Looking to Retirement

December 30, 2015 Longtime pharmacist Jim Phillips has a handheld metal device in his office that hearkens back to long ago days as a young man who provided prescriptions for decades to folks in Tyler Count. more »»

Paden City Makes Most of 2015

December 30, 2015 Paden City had a banner year filled with notable events that ranged from babies to parking and police chiefs to water woes. more »»

Four Area Students Win EQT Scholarships

December 30, 2015 Four area students have been awarded prestigious EQT Students of Excellence Scholarships. more »»

Train derails in New Martinsville

December 24, 2015 NEW MARTINSVILLE -- No one was injured and no gas was released when a train derailed Thursday morning on the south side of the city. more »»

Mother and Daughter’s Christmas Tradition

December 23, 2015 The mother and daughter duo of Becky Baker and Linda Ebert of New Martinsville, WV., have a Christmas tradition of setting up a Christmas village every year. more »»

Edgell Won’t Seek Wetzel County Commission Seat

December 23, 2015 Former state legislator Larry Edgell has decided not to seek a seat on the Wetzel County Commission in 2016, choosing instead to retire from public life and spend more time with family. more »»

Hundred High School Student Will Return to Class

December 23, 2015 NEW MARTINSVILLE - Wetzel County resident Roy Stevens is officially a Hundred High School student once again. more »»

Accident Injures 11 At Axiall

December 23, 2015 An investigation is ongoing into the industrial accident that injured 11 workers at Axiall Corp. chemical plant on Tuesday, Dec. 15. more »»

Board Accepts Patterson Resignation

December 23, 2015 The Wetzel County Board of Education officially accepted the resignation of former board member, Bob Patterson, at its meeting Monday, Dec. 21. more »»

 
 
 

 

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