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Dominion Gives to FRN

January 18, 2017 The Wetzel County Family Resource Network was recently so honored to have received a grant from Dominion. “Because of it we are able to do so many more things,” said Theresa Hoskins of the FR. more »»

NMVFD Trains At Local Gym

January 18, 2017 Manual labor and breaking a sweat isn’t something that is necessarily foreign to local volunteer firefighters. more »»

BOE Honors Students

January 11, 2017 Four Wetzel County students were honored at the Wetzel County Board of Education meeting Tuesday night at the board office. more »»

WCEAA Works To Pay For Heart Monitors

January 11, 2017 The Wetzel County Emergency Ambulance Authority has raised $14,000 of $84,000 needed to pay for four new Zoll X Series Heart Monitors. more »»

Mayor Announces School Choice Week

January 11, 2017 New Martinsville City Council held its first meeting of the year on Tuesday, Jan. 3. The first item of business was a proclamation, read by Steve Bohrer, proclaiming “School Choice Wee. more »»

Two Arrested For Meth

January 11, 2017 Wetzel County Sheriff Mike Koontz reported that the sheriff’s office conducted a traffic stop, that resulted in two arrests, on Sunday, Jan. 8. The stop occurred on Route 20, in Pine Grov. more »»

Yeager, Sidekick Make Christmas Voyage

January 4, 2017 On December 23, 2016, Route 20 resident Robyn Yeager saddled up her trusty sidekick Zigger and hit the road to spread some Christmas cheer to friends and neighbors in the Pine Grove area. more »»

Bids Opened for Emergency Response Vehicle

January 4, 2017 The Wetzel County Commission met for its final meeting of the year on Wednesday, Dec. 27. It was also the last day for Wetzel County Commissioner Don Mason, who received an award on behalf of Gov. more »»

NMPD Issues Heroin Warning

January 4, 2017 The New Martinsville Police Department issued a public service announcement late Friday afternoon concerning a “bad batch” of heroin circulating the community. more »»

Foundation Gives To Local Hospital

January 4, 2017 Wetzel County Hospital is in possession of a new, top-notch EKG machine, thanks to a grant from the Dominion Foundatio. more »»

Wetzel Native Seeks Acting Career in Hollywood

January 4, 2017 Mac Roberts has been a California resident for approximately one year. more »»

NMPD Issues Warning On Heroin

December 30, 2016 The New Martinsville Police Department issued a public service announcement late Friday afternoon concerning a "bad batch" of heroin circulating the community. more »»

LEOs Bring Christmas Joy to Local Children

December 28, 2016 Local first responders always ensure that the communities they serve are safe from bad guys and harm’s away, but throughout the holiday season they take extra-special steps to ensure that local kids... more »»

Charlie Brown Christmas on Stage

December 28, 2016 Over 1,000 local elementary kids were in for a special treat Monday, Dec. 19 when they were given a special, free presentation of the play, A Charlie Brown Christma. more »»

Insurance Marketplace Enrollment Up Nationally

December 28, 2016 WHEELING — Open enrollment in the health insurance marketplace resulted in 22,777 West Virginians and 165,046 Ohioans making plan selections under the Affordable Care Act by the extended deadline on... more »»

Drillers Selling Out

December 28, 2016 WHEELING — Via a $1. more »»

Wetzel County Woman Turns 101

December 28, 2016 A Wetzel County resident is marking quite the milestone today. Long-time resident of Hundred, Thelma Murth Morgan Cox, has turned 101 years old. more »»

Dulaney Retires After Decades Of Service

December 21, 2016 The year 2017 will be a different one for Circuit Clerk Sharon Dulaney, as she will begin her retirement after decades of public service. more »»

Wetzel County Couple Loses Home To Fire

December 21, 2016 The community is joining forces to assist fellow residents who tragically lost all of their belongings in a house fire Sunday evening. more »»

Pine Grove To Raise Garbage Rates

December 21, 2016 The Town of Pine Grove is pursuing an increase in garbage pickup service, specifically an increase from $12 to $17 for residences. The fee will be $25 for larger businesse. more »»



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