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Valley Holds Graduation On Sunday

May 18, 2016 Four valedictorians and one salutatorian led Valley High School’s commencement ceremonies Sunday afternoon at the school. more »»

PCHS Holds Graduation

May 18, 2016 Paden City High School graduated its Class of 2016 Sunday, May 15 at the high school. Graduates were led by Valedictorian Samuel Price and Salutatorian Michele Doyl. more »»

Two Arrested After Chase

May 17, 2016 New Martinsville Police Chief Tim Cecil confirmed that Jason Andrew Young, 33 and Tara Rose Quinn, 20 were arrested after leading law enforcement on a chase up American Ridge early Tuesday morning. more »»

Heasley, Clements Will Face Off For Commission Seat

May 11, 2016 Lisa Heasley will face off against Charles Clements in November for a seat on the Wetzel County Commission. more »»

Glasscock Pleads To Charges of Embezzlement, Forgery

May 11, 2016 The former executive director of the Wetzel-Tyler Child Advocacy Center, Melody Glasscock, pleaded guilty before Judge Jeffrey Cramer on Monday, May 9 to one count of embezzlement and six counts of... more »»

Edgell Is Named to WCSWA

May 11, 2016 Former West Virginia Senator Larry Edgell has been announced as the newest member of the Wetzel County Solid Waste Authority (WCSWA). more »»

Mark Lemasters Media Center Dedicated

May 11, 2016 Magnolia High School’s late beloved educator Mark Lemasters was honored on Wednesday April 27 when the school’s media center was officially named “Mark Lemasters Media Center. more »»

Three Educators Join School’s ‘25 Year’ Club

May 11, 2016 Three of Wetzel County Schools’ educators were honored at the Monday, May 2 meeting of the Wetzel County Board of Education as they joined the prestigious “25 Year Club.” Vicki S. Batton, Elliott L. more »»

Chamber Honors Area’s Finest

May 4, 2016 Six individuals were honored, for their contributions to the community, at Thursday night’s annual Wetzel County Chamber of Commerce Community Awards dinner. more »»

Family Holds Donation Drive for Pet Rescue

May 4, 2016 For many of us, our animals are our family. This was definitely the case for the Owens family of Paden City. more »»

Parents Still Hopeful For Son’s Return

May 4, 2016 Mothers everywhere will be honored on Sunday, May 8 — Mother’s Day. These mothers will be given a variety of tokens of appreciation — cards, flowers, chocolates, and more. more »»

Public Library Still Going Strong at 70

May 4, 2016 New Martinsville Public Library cordially invites the public to be present at 10 a.m. more »»

National Day of Prayer To Be Observed

May 4, 2016 The National Day of Prayer is an annual observance held on the first Thursday of May, inviting people of all faiths to pray for our nation. more »»

Commission Funds Countywide Cleanup

May 4, 2016 The county should begin to look a bit cleaner thanks to a collaborative effort by several local and state agencies. more »»

London Sentenced To 20-40 Years

April 28, 2016 Robert Brad London, 36, was sentenced today in Wetzel County Circuit Court by the Honorable Judge Jeffery D. Cramer for two counts of sexual abuse by a custodian. more »»

Principals Celebrate Assessment Success

April 27, 2016 Wetzel County Schools’ principals spoke highly of each of their respective school’s students at the Tuesday, April 19 meeting of the Wetzel County Board of Educatio. more »»

Man Sentenced For Sex Crimes

April 27, 2016 NEW MARTINSVILLE — Circuit Court Judge Jeffrey Cramer sentenced a New Martinsville man to up to 55 years in prison for sex crimes involving a juvenile on Thursday in Wetzel County Circuit Court. more »»

Blizzard to Prison For Heroin Possession

April 27, 2016 NEW MARTINSVILLE — Circuit Court Judge Jeffrey Cramer sentenced a New Martinsville man for possession of heroin on Thursday in Wetzel County Circuit Court. more »»

More Coverage From ‘Meet the Candidates’ Night in Wetzel County

April 27, 2016 Last week the Wetzel Chronicle published coverage from two “Meet the Candidates” functions that were held recently in the county. more »»

Every Child Matters - April 27

April 27, 2016 One of the great aspects of the Child Advocacy Center is that ALL of our services are provided free of charge to our clients, including family advocacy, forensic interviews, mental health referrals... more »»



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