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Community Festival of Trees Announces 2017 Charities

June 28, 2017 The Community Festival of Trees Committee has selected the non-profits it will help out via its 2017 Festival of Trees even. more »»

City Vows Action on Property and Salvage Dispute

June 28, 2017 A special meeting of the New Martinsville City Council was called for Thursday, June 22, for the purpose of discussing Electric, Water and Sewer budgets and for hiring at the Hyro Plant. more »»

City Renames River Lane to RegattaFest Way

June 28, 2017 New Martinsville City Council recently voted to rename River Lane to REGATTAFEST WAY. more »»

Hundred Independence Day Event Set

June 28, 2017 It’ll be a celebration for the Red, White, and Blue Saturday, July 1 as the Town of Hundred will hold its annual Independence Day Celebration. Festivities kick off around 9 a.m. more »»

Sivert’s Memory Inspires

June 28, 2017 It’s been more than two years since Davie Sivert passed away after a courageous battle against stage four colon cancer. more »»

Pine Grove Continues With Water/Sewage Problems

June 28, 2017 A broken valve caused Pine Grove residents to be under a 48-hour boil order Saturday evening. As of Tuesday morning, the “All-Clear” had not been given, by state agencies, to use the water. more »»

Law Enforcement Receive Animal Cruelty Training

June 28, 2017 Law enforcement from five different counties gathered at the Wetzel County Mollohan Center on Thursday, June 8 for a free law enforcement training on investigating animal cruelty, puppy mills, and... more »»

Sheriff Sheds Light On Reported Abduction Attempt

June 23, 2017 Wetzel County Sheriff Mike Koontz was able to shed some light on a possible abduction attempt that allegedly occurred June 20, 4 p.m. more »»

State of Wetzel County Breakfast Yields Many With A Positive Turnout

June 21, 2017 The 2017 State of Wetzel County Breakfast yielded a positive turnout — in number of people present at the breakfast and in the prognosis for the county’s future. more »»

Pine Grove Makes Progress With Sewer Woes

June 21, 2017 According to soon-to-be mayor, Barbara King, Pine Grove residents can now flush their toilets, take short showers, and wash dishes. more »»

Paden City Park and Pool Board Requests Help

June 21, 2017 Paden City Mayor Joel Davis reported to the Wetzel County Commission Tuesday, June 13, regarding Paden City’s city park and the Park and Pool Board’s struggles to increase revenue. more »»

BOE Receives Technology Update

June 21, 2017 The Wetzel County Board of Education, at its Monday, June 5 meeting, received an update from the schools’ technology integration specialists, Mary Young and Michelle Weekley. more »»

Bob Hope Writer Checks Out Chronicle

June 21, 2017 Wetzel Chronicle Sports Writer Bruce Crawford was in for a pleasant surprise recently when he received an e-mail from Martha Bolton, former comedy writer for Bob Hop. more »»

NMPD Keeps Busy

June 20, 2017 New Martinsville Police Department Chief Tim Cecil was able to dispel some rumors circulating the community concerning a woman rummaging through the dumpster at New Martinsville's Goodwill store. more »»

Get Ready For ‘Thunder on the Ohio’

June 14, 2017 NEW MARTINSVILLE — Those who will be in New Martinsville next weekend may want to keep an eye out for a “Barracuda” in the Ohio River. No, not the vicious maritime predator, of course. more »»

Hundred, Pine Grove Hold Elections

June 14, 2017 Residents of Hundred and Pine Grove allowed their voices to be heard Tuesday, June 13 as each town held elections for mayor and council. more »»

Goddard Updates County Commission On WCCCF

June 14, 2017 Beth Goddard, of the Wetzel County Center for Children and Families, updated the Wetzel County Commission at its Tuesday, June 6 meeting, regarding programs and services offered at the center. more »»

Relay for Life Set for Friday

June 14, 2017 Wetzel County’s annual Relay for Life will be held Friday, June 16 at the Magnolia High School trac. more »»

Local Pastor Retires After Decades in Ministry

June 7, 2017 Rev. Dr. Vic Hunter is heading home to Colorado after decades of ministry. One might recognize Hunter’s name. more »»

Judge David Hummel Has Busy Day In Court

June 7, 2017 On Friday, June 2 the Honorable Judge David W. Hummel, Jr. heard several cases, one of which involved sexual crimes against a minor. more »»

 
 
 

 

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