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Mason Named To All-State

February 19, 2014 At Monday night’s meeting of the Wetzel County Board of Education, Valley High School student Amy Mason was recognized for being named to the 2014 West Virginia All-State Band. more »»

Robinsons Endow $100k Scholarship Fund

February 19, 2014 When it comes to the College of Business and Economics at West Virginia University, it’s not just business for Bob and Anne Robinson. It’s personal. It’s personal for this Wheeling, W.Va. more »»

Snow Continues To Blanket Area

February 12, 2014 Winter continues, proving to be particularly cold and snowy this year. more »»

Pine Grove Runs Out Of Water

February 12, 2014 Pine Grove Mayor Roy Justice said that while he knew the town’s water tank was getting low it was surprising to him when he woke up Friday morning and the town was out of water. more »»

Ballot Set For Primary

February 12, 2014 The ballot for the May 13 primary election in West Virginia has been set. more »»

Board Seeks Input To Calendar Changes

February 12, 2014 There was much in the way of landmark legislation that came from the 2013 West Virginia Legislature. more »»

Man Pleads Guilty

February 12, 2014 Tommy Kirk Emery, 36, of 111 Baltimore Avenue, Glendale, W.Va., pleaded guilty Friday to a information misdemeanor offense of destruction of property. more »»

Board Honors Employees Of Month

February 12, 2014 Pictured alongside Superintendent Dennis Albright are the following Wetzel County Board of Education’s December Employees of the Month: Linda Dulaney, Supervisory Teacher Aide at Short Line School;... more »»

PC Council Proposes Fee Hike

February 12, 2014 Paden City may be seeing a $5 increase in their municipal fee. On council’s agenda for their meeting Monday was the first reading of an amendment to the Municipal Fee Ordinance 767. more »»

Parents Raise Issue At Recent Board Meeting

February 12, 2014 Two concerned parents approached the Wetzel County Board of Education Feb. 4 in regards to alleged inappropriate conduct from Valley High School’s girls basketball coach. more »»

City Races Set

February 12, 2014 Races exist for nearly every position on the May 13 New Martinsville Municipal Election ballot. Jeff Montgomery is challenging incumbent Street Commissioner Gary Willey. more »»

Overnight Drug Raids Net Three Arrests

February 5, 2014 Three drug raids conducted across New Martinsville during the early morning hours of Jan. 31 resulted in the arrests of Mark Dolfi, 46; Greg Quinn, 46; and Tina Frye, 30. more »»

AirEvac Service Provided For All

February 5, 2014 The Wetzel County Commission Feb. 4 signed an agreement with AirEvac to provide free emergency helicopter service to 16,500 Wetzel County residents at an annual cost of $98,000 a yea. more »»

Courthouse Employees Will Attend Training

February 5, 2014 Wetzel County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Mike Koontz reported to commissioners Tuesday concerning a preventative security training that will be held for all courthouse employees on March 27. more »»

Flood Insurance Rates Skyrocket, Threaten Homes

February 5, 2014 In February 2013, Bart and Clare Cannizzaro saw an opportunity for investment. more »»

Roberts Turns To Alternative Therapy

February 5, 2014 Just a couple of years ago, Jess Roberts seemed to have it all. Her life included a singing career, a loving and devoted fiance, a daughter between the two of them, and a dream home in the works. more »»

Board Honors Employees Of The Month

January 29, 2014 The Wetzel County Board of Education recognized the November Employees of the Month at their meeting held Jan. 22. more »»

City Ballot Is Filled With Races

January 29, 2014 Races exist for nearly every position on the May 13 New Martinsville Municipal Election ballot. Incumbent Police Chief Tim Cecil is being challenged by former NMPD Officer Michael Thomas. more »»

Indictees Enter Pleas

January 29, 2014 Seven new indictees entered pleas of innocence during a mass arraignment before the Honorable Judge David W. Hummel Jan. 24 in Wetzel County Circuit Court. more »»

Hundred Vies For ‘Turn Around’ Project

January 29, 2014 Hundred is one of eight small West Virginia towns in the running for a “turn-around” thanks to a campaign driven by West Virginia Focus magazine, the West Virginia Community Development Hub, and Wes... more »»



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