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NM Gives Raises To Elected Officials

November 6, 2013 New Martinsville Council voted unanimously Monday night to raise the salaries of the city’s three full-time elected officials: chief of police, recorder, and street commissioner. more »»

Dominion Donates To NEED

November 6, 2013 Christine Mitchell, compliance coordinator for Dominion Natrium, presented New Martinsville School’s fifth grade science class teacher Linda Fonner with a $4,100 donation toward her classes’ energy... more »»

Fox Questions His Removal From PCDA

November 6, 2013 Bill Fox appeared at the Nov. 4 Paden City Council meeting to question the rescinding of his appointment to the Paden City Development Authority (PCDA). more »»

Contest Winners

November 6, 2013 The Wetzel Chronicle and Sistersville General Hospital have awarded the prizes in their annual Halloween Coloring Contest. Winners were named in two age categories: three to six and seven to 1. more »»

NMS And MHS LSICs Report To Board

November 6, 2013 BY LAUREN MATTHEWS Staff Writer New Martinsville School and Magnolia High School both gave Local School Improvement Council reports to the Wetzel County Board of Education Monday night. more »»

Texting Law Passes

November 6, 2013 Monday evening New Martinsville council passed the second reading and adopted a law that prohibits texting or talking on mobile phones, without a hands-free device, while driving. more »»

Schools Prepare For Weather-Prompted Closures

November 6, 2013 As the season for inclement weather nears, parents and students should be aware of many things related to emergency closings. more »»

Board Of Education OKs Chaperones For 2013-14

November 6, 2013 The Wetzel County Board of Education approved several long lists of chaperones at their Oct. 7 meeting. The board also voted to exclude any students mistakenly placed on the agenda. more »»

14th Annual Chili-Fest Offers Fun For All

October 30, 2013 The 14th annual Wetzel County Chamber of Commerce Chili-Fest enjoyed a sunny, yet windy, weather and many attendees with smiling faces and full bellies in Saturday. more »»

Wetzel County Schools Get New Report Card

October 30, 2013 If you think taking a test in school was difficult, just try to decipher the results. more »»

Karl Recuses Himself From Howell Case

October 30, 2013 A huge development in the case involving John Michael Howell, 45, of HC 61 Box 114, New Martinsville, took place Monday morning when the Honorable Judge Mark A. Karl recused himself from the case. more »»

Hundred Seeks Resident To Fill Council Seat

October 30, 2013 Hundred is still seeking a resident to fill a seat on council. The town has advertised the position but no one has expressed interest. Councilman Keith Williams made a motion at the Oc. more »»

Insurance Loss Is Another Blow To Ormet Workers

October 30, 2013 Even after losing their jobs just a few weeks ago, Ormet employees realized their struggles could get worse as health insurance benefits were taken away this past Friday. more »»

Pine Grove Paves Streets

October 30, 2013 Pine Grove Council noted at their Oct. 14 meeting that streets in the town have now been paved, following the sewer project’s completion. “It looks pretty good,” noted Recorder Kimmy Bates. more »»

Dorsey Exhibit Is Featured

October 30, 2013 ArtsLink is pleased to present an exhibit by local artist, Brenda Dorsey, on Nov. 3 from 2-4 p.m. more »»

Chili-Fest Brings The Heat To Main Street Saturday

October 23, 2013 It almost seems hard to believe that this Saturday will mark the fourteenth time that Main Street in New Martinsville will be filled with the aroma of chili at the annual Wetzel County Chamber of... more »»

Valley High School Crowns Queen

October 23, 2013 Allie Haught is crowned as Valley High School’s 2013 Homecoming Queen on Friday night before their home football game against the Frontier Cougars. more »»

Defendants Plead Guilty

October 23, 2013 Rhonda Anne Parker, 19, of 150 Dunlap Street, New Martinsville, pleaded guilty Oct. 17 to counts three and four, forgery and uttering, of her 18 felony charges. more »»

New Martinsville Looks To Adopt Texting Ban Law

October 23, 2013 New Martinsville will likely soon have a law against that prohibits texting or talking on mobile phones, without a hands-free device, while drivin. more »»

Student Expelled

October 23, 2013 Tuesday evening the Wetzel County Board of Education held a special meeting for a student expulsion hearing. more »»



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