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Benefit Set For Roberts

July 6, 2016 The local community will come together Sunday, July 10 for a spaghetti dinner benefit for Middlebourne resident Dave Roberts. The event will be held from noon to 4 p.m. more »»

Public Meeting Set for Clean Air Regulations

July 6, 2016 The Wetzel-Tyler Health Department board will vote on its Clean Air Regulation of 2016 at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, July 12. The special meeting will be held at New Martinsville’s city council chambers. more »»

Wetzel County Commission Approves Flood Relief

July 6, 2016 At its Tuesday, June 28 meeting, the Wetzel County Commission approved the expenditure of $6,992. more »»

Reader Marathon Memorial Monument Blocked by Gas Meter

July 6, 2016 READER — Wetzel County resident H. John Rogers is upset over Mountaineer Gas Co.’s decision to install a gas meter directly in front of a local memoria. more »»

4-H Camp a Success

July 6, 2016 Over 130 4-H’ers from across Wetzel County spent last week enjoying a traditional summer activity: camp! “Lights, Camera, 4-H” was the theme of the 2016 Wetzel County 4-H Camp, held at the Wetzel... more »»

Paden City Addresses Sewage Issues

July 6, 2016 Paden City held a council meeting Tuesday, June 28 to discuss the upcoming sewer project. There has been an new sewer plant computer delivered, paid for, and installed. more »»

Commission Talks Litter Collection

June 29, 2016 The Wetzel County Commission held a meeting on Tuesday, June 21 to discuss various matters throughout the county. more »»

Early Deadline Reminder

June 29, 2016 Due to Independence Day, the Wetzel Chronicle and Tyler Star News are operating on an early deadline. more »»

Ridge To River Realty Holds Ribbon Cutting on New Location

June 29, 2016 Ridge 2 River Realty celebrated its own move this past Friday with a celebration and ribbon cutting held at its new location at 27 Pleasant View Lane, Middlebourne, W.V. more »»

Communities Plan July 4th Celebrations

June 29, 2016 Several of Wetzel County’s communities have plans to celebrate Independence Day this weekend. From the riverfront communities to the hills of Hundred, there is something for everyone. more »»

Local Residents Strive To Help Flood Victims

June 29, 2016 Local residents unaffected by the storms and devastating flooding in southern West Virginia have been striving to help their less fortunate neighbors - through volunteering and donations. more »»

Public Service Meeting Is Held

June 29, 2016 The West Virginia Public Service Commission met on Wednesday, June 22 at New Martinsville’s municipal building to address the issue of the current raise of the rate of solid waste removal. more »»

Bluegrass Festival at 4-H Grounds Canceled

June 29, 2016 The 2016 Veterans Bluegrass Festival has been canceled this year. The festival is usually held the third weekend of August at the Wetzel County 4-H grounds. more »»

Toman Announced As Superintendent

June 27, 2016 At a special meeting held Monday, June 27, the Wetzel County Board of Education announced that Ed Toman will serve as Wetzel County Schools' superintendent. more »»

Scouts Hold Camp

June 22, 2016 The Mountaineer District Cub Scouts held their annual camp this year starting on June 1. more »»

Board Interviews Two For Superintendent

June 22, 2016 The Wetzel County Board of Education will hold a special meeting, at a future date, to announce the schools' new superintendent. more »»

New Martinsville bridge reopens after closure

June 22, 2016 NEW MARTINSVILLE — A logging truck accident caused traffic to be re-routed this afternoon away from the bridge across the Ohio River linking New Martinsville and Monroe County, Ohio. more »»

Several Enter Pleas to Cramer in Wetzel County Circuit Court

June 22, 2016 Judge Jeffrey D. Cramer addressed several plea agreements on Friday, June 17 in Wetzel County Circuit Court. Chelsea Dawn Rye, 26 of Hundred, pleaded guilty to aiding in selling of heroin. more »»

Expectant Mothers To Get Help

June 22, 2016 Needy expectant mothers and families of infants will have a new source of help thanks to a new Gabriel Project office opening in New Martinsville. more »»

Fonner Receives Fulbright Award

June 22, 2016 Daniel Fonner, son of Richard and Linda Fonner of New Martinsville, has received a Fulbright U.S. Student Program grant to study in the United Kingdom beginning in Fall 2016. more »»



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