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Libraries Supported

December 4, 2013 Pictured are representatives of the local libraries in the county with Superintendent Dennis J. more »»

Honoring Top Employees

December 4, 2013 Pictured is Wetzel County Superintendent Dennis J. Albright with the “Employees of the Month” for October. more »»

Peraldo Joins WVU Team

November 27, 2013 Eight-year old Hundred resident Krista Mae Peraldo recently became a member of the West Virginia University gymnastics team, according to an article published on WVUsports.com by Shannon McNamara. more »»

Christmas Will Fill The Streets Of Hundred

November 27, 2013 Hundred is planning a special Christmas event this year surrounding the annual Christmas parade and public arrival of Santa Claus. more »»

Longwell Charged With Child Abuse

November 27, 2013 Wilson Scott Longwell, 22, of RD 1 Box 204, New Martinsville, is facing a possible prison sentence of one to five years after being charged with felony child abuse. more »»

Derby Joins Hundred Town Council

November 27, 2013 Hundred Town Council voted unanimously to appoint Dave Derby to the vacant seat on the governing body and to hire Matt Sine to the town’s part-time maintenance position. more »»

Teachers Seek Higher Wages

November 27, 2013 Co-Presidents Elliot Kendle and Joshua Weekley of Wetzel County’s West Virginia Education Association approached the Wetzel County Board of Education Nov. more »»

Water Project Progresses

November 27, 2013 Rick Healy, assistant director of Management Services and Housing Rehab Specialist for Belomar Regional Council, approached Wetzel County Commissioners Tuesday morning to request that the... more »»

Baby Pantry Meets Needs

November 27, 2013 Families of young children, even those expecting to add to their family in the near future, need to get to know the Family Resource Center. more »»

Investigation At HHS Involves Finances

November 20, 2013 Wetzel County Superintendent Dennis J. more »»

Local Officers Attend Active Shooter Training

November 20, 2013 Chief Deputy Mike Koontz of the Wetzel County Sheriff’s Department reported that the entire department, including Chief Clay Lunceford from Hundred’s Police Department, participated in an active... more »»

Board Recognizes School Employees

November 20, 2013 Pictured are Wetzel County Board of Education’s August and September Employees of the Month as they were recognized at Monday evening’s board meeting. From left are Superintendent Dennis J. more »»

Shelter Gives Report

November 20, 2013 Rosy Cozart, alongside Pam Ferrell, presented the Wetzel County Animal Shelter’s October report to Wetzel County Commissioners on Tuesday morning. more »»

Neighborhood Watch Meets

November 20, 2013 The Paden City neighborhood watch met on Nov. 14 at the Paden City High School Multi Purpose Room. The meeting was called to order and opened with a word of prayer. more »»

Laid-off Ormet Employees Appeal To Ohio Gov. Kasich

November 20, 2013 The hundreds of laid off workers, retirees, spouses, and United Steelworkers officials on hand Nov. 12 at the Ormet USW Local No. 5724 office in Clarington believe Ohio Gov. more »»

Mason Named Wetzel Democrat Of The Year

November 20, 2013 Local Democratic party members, leaders, and elected officials traveled to Charleston earlier this month to attend the Jefferson Jackson Day Dinner, an annual fund raiser, which this year doubled a... more »»

Veteran Receives Purple Heart. . . 44 Years Late

November 13, 2013 Veterans Day was extra meaningful this year for one Wetzel County veteran, as he finally received an honor approximately 44 years late—his Purple Hear. more »»

Derby Gets 3-10 Years

November 13, 2013 After argument of sentence, Jason Lee Derby, 40, of Post Office Box 496, Reader, was sentenced to three to 10 years in the West Virginia Penitentiary for Men on Nov. 5. Previously, on Sep. more »»

Kerns Pleads Guilty To Information Counts

November 13, 2013 Jordan Tyler Kerns, 21, of 402 Abbie Drive, New Martinsville, pleaded guilty to two misdemeanor information counts—stalking and domestic battery—Nov. 8 in Wetzel County Circuit Court. more »»

 
 

 

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