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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 »»

Gibb Given Fellow Award

December 23, 2015 New Martinsville Parks and Recreation Director Beverly Gibb was recently awarded the John G. Scherlacher Fellow Ward, the highest award given by the West Virginia Recreation and Park Association. more »»

Schools Pass Out More Than 200 Coats

December 23, 2015 Wetzel County Schools was recently able to pass out more than 200 brand new winter coats to children at each of its eight county schools. more »»

Extension Service Unveils Calendar

December 23, 2015 A new year is just about here, and Mollie Toppe, Wetzel County’s WVU Extension Agent, is especially excited to turn the pages of the WVU Extension Service’s 2016 garden calendar. more »»

Into the Wild

December 23, 2015 When Amy Toman was 5-years-old, she got a Christmas gift that sparked a lifetime passion for animals. more »»

Christmas Horse Rides Again

December 23, 2015 Snow covered the ground and temperature was a balmy 34 degrees, but that didn’t deter Robyn Yeager’s Christmas spirit as she rode her Zigger through Pine Grove. more »»

Gifts From the Holy Land: Bethlehem Wood

December 16, 2015 Each holiday season, a simple, yet breathtakingly elegant display of wooden carvings can be spotted in the walkway of the Grand Central Mall in Vienna, W.Va. more »»

Fireman Joins Paden City Police

December 16, 2015 Paden City’s police force just a little bit bigger. During a special meeting De. more »»

Will 2016 Be Holgorsen’s Swan Song At WVU?

December 16, 2015 MORGANTOWN — Dana Holgorsen is returning as West Virginia University’s head football coach. Rumors surfaced during a roller-coaster season that his return was not a sure thing. more »»

PCPD’s Helmick Saves Baby’s Life

December 16, 2015 Paden City Police Department’s Patrolman Josh Helmick will be the recipient of a Life Savers Award, thanks to quick action he took to save a baby’s life on Thursday, Dec. 10. more »»

DOH performs general maintenance on Korean War Memorial Bridge

December 16, 2015 Traffic patterns across the Korean War Memorial in New Martinsville were affected for a few days last week as state Division of Highways workers made some minor repairs, said state DOH Spokesman... more »»

Hundred Area Man Charged With Wire Fraud

December 16, 2015 According to a press release issued by the United States Attorney’s Office, a federal grand jury has returned an indictment charging Jeffery L. Burdine, 38, of Hundred, with wire fraud. more »»

Judge Convicts Business Owner of Financial Fraud

December 16, 2015 The United States Attorney’s Office announced on Monday, Dec. 14 that Joseph Jackson, 48, of New Martinsville, has been convicted of financial fraud in federal court. more »»

Magnolia Incident

December 10, 2015 A report posted yesterday on a reported stabbing at Magnolia High School was incorrect. more »»


December 8, 2015 For most of this season, Magnolia’s Big Blue followed the instructions of ex-Blue Eagle performer and former WVU coach Bill Stewart — “they left no doub. more »»

Former Secretary Sentenced to Jail

December 8, 2015 Former Hundred High School secretary Franklin Scott Hixenbaugh will serve one to 10 years in prison for embezzling nearly $28,000 from the school. more »»

Mules To Be Featured In National Calendar

December 8, 2015 Paul and Jane Fuchs were recently surprised to find out their mules, Doc and Bugs, have been featured in a national publication. The duo will be February’s models for the 2016 Mule Calendar. more »»

Water Problems In Paden City

December 8, 2015 Beverly Gibb and her husband Bob sought answers Monday from Paden City Council about the water problems they endure at their home in Meadow Heights. more »»

Grace Seeks Board Position

December 8, 2015 At the Monday, Dec. more »»

Hundred Student May Return

December 8, 2015 A special needs student may be allowed to return to Hundred High School after intervention by West Virginia Department of Education officials. more »»



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