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Cutest Pet Contest Winner Is Announced

November 20, 2019 The Wetzel-Tyler Newspapers recently held a Cutest Pet Contest, and are pleased to announce the winner of this new contest — Remington (Remi) and his owners Ashley McCoy and Ryan Bucher. more »»

Ebert Bros. Family and Friends To Hold Thanksgiving Show

November 20, 2019 The Ebert Bros. Family and Friends Thanksgiving Show will be held on Saturday, Nov. 23 at 7 p.m. at the Lincoln Theater on Main Street in New Martinsville. more »»

Judge Cramer Hears Cases

November 20, 2019 The Honorable Judge Jeffrey Cramer presided over the Wetzel County Circuit Court on Tuesday, November 11. Ten cases were heard on this date. Nancy Mae Cox, 36, appeared for a plea deal. more »»

Through The Lens: Letters to Veterans

November 20, 2019 Recently, I attended a Veteran’s program at the New Martinsville Middle School. By the time the program began, I estimated nearly fifty veterans were going to be in attendance. more »»

New Martinsville Elementary School Releases Honor Roll

November 20, 2019 The following New Martinsville Elementary School students acheived either Honor Roll or Principal’s List for the first nine weeks: Fifth Grade Honor Roll: Malik A. Al-Janaby, Brennon R. more »»

Wildcats Set School Record With Regional Win Over Ritchie County

November 13, 2019 After beating Ritchie County on Wednesday night, November 6, to capture the sectional volleyball championship they went one step higher to win the Region 1 championship on Saturday. more »»

Paden City Elementary School Honors Local Veterans with Luncheon

November 13, 2019 Paden City Elementary students and staff were honored by the presence of some of our local veterans. more »»

Rotary Students Of the Month For October 2019

November 13, 2019 Rotarian Neil Marshall introduced the students on Wednesday at the Regular Rotary meeting held at Quinets restaurant in New Martinsville. Karina Patel is a senior at Magnolia and resides at 519 N. more »»

BOO-in-the-Park Celebrates A Success

November 6, 2019 The New Martinsville Parks and Recreation sponsored their annual Boo-in-the-Park on Saturday night October 26, 2019 and the community responded to the event with an overflow crowd. more »»

The Lighthouse CAC Seeks Out Support of the Community

November 6, 2019 The Lighthouse Child Advocacy Center, located at 102 West Main Street in Paden City, is a child-friendly facility with staff that works to provide children and families professional, compassionate... more »»

Dr. Angela Becomes A State Winner of Presidential Award

November 6, 2019 The West Virginia selection committee for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST) is proud to announce Dr. more »»

When Adults Bully, Children Suffer

November 6, 2019 October was National Bullying Prevention Month. more »»

When Adults Bully, Children Suffer

November 6, 2019 October was National Bullying Prevention Month. more »»

Through The Lens: Wetzel Wall of Honor

November 6, 2019 Each year on November 11th, our country honors and remembers those who have served or are serving in one of the five branches of service. more »»

Through The Lens: Wetzel Wall of Honor

November 6, 2019 Each year on November 11th, our country honors and remembers those who have served or are serving in one of the five branches of service. more »»

Chilifest Draws Large Crowds

October 30, 2019 The 20th Annual Chilifest was held on the 100 block of the Main Street in New Martinsville on the Saturday. more »»

River Keeps Playoff Hopes Alive

October 30, 2019 HANNIBAL — It wasn’t your ordinary coach’s postgame locker room scene Friday night inside the fieldhouse at Martin Flannery Field. more »»

Commission To Seek Legal Advice On Fence Installation

October 30, 2019 By TELINA FRYE Staff Writer The Wetzel County Commission held its regularly scheduled meeting on October 15 with President Larry Lemon, Vice President Lisa Heasley, and Commissioner Bob Gorby present. more »»

Tyler Takes it to Rival Magnolia at Home, 66-12

October 30, 2019 SISTERSVILLE — The Tyler Consolidated-Magnolia rivalry has been a one-sided affair throughout the years. more »»

Board of Education Recognizes Short Line School

October 30, 2019 The Wetzel County Board of Education, at its October 14 meeting, recognized Short Line School for Academic Performance. Superintendent Ed Toman stated that the W.Va. more »»

 
 
 

 

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