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Paden City Council Gives Workers Raises

December 18, 2013 Paden City Council unanimously approved raises for several part-time positions at a Dec. 12 special meeting: crossing guard, from $216 monthly to $250 monthly; dispatchers, from $7. more »»

Court Looks To Revoke Defendants’ Probations

December 18, 2013 Cynthia Smith, 25, of 618 North Fourth Avenue, Paden City, appeared in Wetzel County Circuit Court Dec. 6 relative to a petition to revoke her probation. more »»

Center District May Be Assigned To PSD

December 18, 2013 Rich Healy of Belomar Regional Council, along with Tony Parks of the Grandview/Doolin Public Service District approached Wetzel County Commissioners Tuesday morning in regards to expanding the... more »»

Annual Senior Cantata Will Feature Needhams

December 18, 2013   The Wetzel County Committee on Aging will hold their annual Christmas Cantata Dec. 22, 2 p.m., at the Lewis Wetzel Family Cente. more »»

Goldenseal Features Sisters

December 18, 2013 Two local sisters and the story of how their histories are quilted together is in the 2013 winter edition of Goldenseal magazine. more »»

Towns Plan Christmas Parades And More

December 11, 2013 Hundred’s Old Fashioned Christmas will be held Friday, Dec. 13, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. and will be held in downtown Hundred. more »»

Women Make Days Merrier At Valley Manor

December 11, 2013 A group of residents at Pine Grove’s Valley Manor Apartments is looking to make Christmas extra-special this year for the children of the manor. Debora L. more »»

Vancamp Sentenced For Stealing Jewelry

December 11, 2013 Dreama Vancamp, 27, of 100 North Bridge Street Lot 12, New Martinsville, was sentenced Friday to one to 10 years in the West Virginia Penitentiary for Women for the felony offense of grand larceny. more »»

PC Eyes Salary Increases

December 11, 2013 At the Dec. 2 Paden City Council meeting, council determined to hold a special meeting on Thursday, Dec. 12, at 6 p.m. in order to discuss possible raises for part-time employees. more »»

White Pleads Guilty

December 11, 2013 Robert Thomas White Jr., 41, of HC 61 Box 97, Littleton, pleaded guilty Friday to third offense driving on a license revoked for driving under the influenc. more »»

Morris Faces Revocation

December 11, 2013 Ronald James Morris II, 21, of HC 60 Box 157, Reader, was present in court Friday on a motion that was submitted to revoke his probation. The matter has been set to return Dec. 19, 12:15 p.m. more »»

Foundation Sets Up Wetzel County Fund

December 11, 2013 The Community Foundation for the Ohio Valley announced on Thursday the establishment of the Wetzel County Area Fund to provide grant-making support to nonprofit organizations in Wetzel County. more »»

Manchin Honors Mensores

December 11, 2013 United States Senator Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) was in Wetzel County Dec. 4 to take a tour of J.C. Mensore Distributor, Inc., which recently celebrated its 75th anniversar. more »»

Animal Rescue Seeks Tax Refunds

December 11, 2013 Olive Branch President Linda Henriksen spoke in public forum at the Dec. more »»

Santa Will Come In NM Parade

December 4, 2013 Santa will be arriving in New Martinsville at the end of the Christmas parade to be held Saturday evening. more »»

BOE Supports Income Raises

December 4, 2013 The Wetzel County Board of Education approved a request from Elliot Kendle, West Virginia Education Association’s Executive Committee Member, to support WVEA’s salary campaign with a resolution. more »»

NM Hires Utt

December 4, 2013 New Martinsville City Council unanimously approved the hiring of Jason Utt, left, as a full-time police officer effective that day. more »»

Court Cases Continued

December 4, 2013 The Wetzel County Circuit Court case involving Charles Michael Young, 52, and Mary Evelyn Young, 51, both of Route 1 Box 31A, New Martinsville, has been continued until Jan. 17, 10 a.. more »»

Santa Will Make His Rounds

December 4, 2013 Santa Claus will once again be getting some help from the New Martinsville Volunteer Fire Department in visiting children in New Martinsville, announced Fire Chief Larry Couch at Monday night’s... more »»

Mobley Residents Deal With A Change In Scenery

December 4, 2013 “A peaceful evening is getting in the car and driving away from this place,” Larry Barr of Mobley solemnly stated as he stared at the huge drilling rig located just behind his house. more »»



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