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Ebert Brothers Family & Friends Begin Season of Shows

September 19, 2018 The Ebert Brothers Family and Friends group will be starting its 51st year of shows on Saturday, Sept. 22. Showtime begins at 7 p.m. at the Lincoln Theater, in downtown New Martinsville. more »»

Charities Deliver to Ronald McDonald House

September 19, 2018 Two West Virginia based charities, Hoagy’s Heroes and Tabs for Tomorrow, have worked tirelessly for a year to collect over 465 gallons of aluminum tabs. more »»

Community Honors Late Fire Chief

September 19, 2018 The late Bert Anderson was honored Sept. 13 and 14 as friends and family, along with the first response community, gathered to pay final respects. more »»

WVU Hospitals, Wetzel County Hospital Enter Into Agreement

September 19, 2018 MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Wetzel County Hospital in New Martinsville has entered into a management agreement with WVU Hospitals, effective Oct. 1. more »»

Wetzel Commission Approves Funding for Folsom VFD

September 19, 2018 The Wetzel County Commission held a regular weekly meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 11 to discuss various matters throughout the county. more »»

Council Okays Take-Home Cruiser Policy

September 19, 2018 New Martinsville held its regular city council meeting on Thursday, Sept. 13 after the meeting originally scheduled for Monday was cancelled because of flood threats to the downtown are. more »»

Van Dyne To Speak At Alumni Banquet

September 12, 2018 Despite years of designing clothing for the Hollywood elite, Matt Van Dyne is adamant: he never has forgotten his roots, and he never will. Van Dyne will return to his native Pine Grove for the Sep. more »»

Heavy Rains Cause Flooding, Cancellations

September 12, 2018 Wetzel and Tyler County schools dismissed early Monday, Sept. 10 as area residents dealt with five to six inches of rain in a matter of 48 hours. more »»

Riggenbach Tells Of Beating Addiction

September 12, 2018 Many who utilize Facebook were perhaps recently surprised to see Wetzel County native Aaron Riggenbach candidly post about his former heroin addiction. more »»

Community Mourns Loss Of Fire Chief

September 9, 2018 The Hundred community and surrounding areas are in mourning after the passing of Hundred Volunteer Fire Department Chief Bert Anderson. more »»

RegattaFest Celebrates 80 Years Of Powerboat Racing

September 5, 2018 The 2018 New Martinsville Area RegattaFest scheduled for Sept. 29-30 is the direct descendant of the New Martinsville Regatta which originated in 1938. more »»

NMPD, MCSO Arrest Several For Drug-Related Offenses

September 5, 2018 According to New Martinsville Police Chief Tim Cecil, Spencer Sarver, Jesse Glow, and Megan Thompson have been arrested by law enforcement for drug-related offenses. more »»

ArtsLink’s 2018-19 Season Tickets Now Available

September 5, 2018 ArtsLink’s 2018-19 Concert Series will kick off in mid-September and continue through April, offering versatile and expressive interpretations of both American music and danc. more »»

Wetzel County Schools Attend JASON Learning Conference

September 5, 2018 Eleven Wetzel County educators and principals recently attended a JASON Learning conference in Ashburn, Va. Several of these individuals were at the Wetzel County Board of Education’s Au. more »»

Commission Helps Fund New K-9 Unit

September 5, 2018 During its regular Aug. 28 meeting, the Wetzel County Commission met with Sheriff Mike Koontz regarding the sheriff office’s K-9 program. M. more »»

U.S. Marshals Search For Parole Violators

August 30, 2018 The U.S. Marshals are currently searching for two area men, wanted for for parole violations. David Christen, 35, is also known as Shawn Christia. more »»

Paden City Labor Day Celebration is Sept. 1-3

August 29, 2018 The Paden City Annual Labor Day Celebration is slated for Sept. 1-3. The event will include free entertainment, free parking, and fun for all age. more »»

Citizens Rewarded For Detaining Prisoner

August 29, 2018 On April 27, while in the custody of the Wetzel County Sheriff’s Office, Joseph Marcum took control of a police cruiser in an attempt to escape. more »»

Children’s Illustrator Fordyce To Visit Pine Grove Sept. 8

August 29, 2018 Pine Grove native Douglas Fordyce has recently illustrated his first children’s book, Percy Gets A Family! Fordyce said illustrating a children’s book is something he has always wanted to do. more »»

Marcum Sentenced By Judge Cramer

August 29, 2018 Joseph Tyler Marcum, 28, of 1421 Sixth Ave., Charleston, W.Va., was sentenced on Thursday, Aug. 23 for the felony offense of “escape from custody” and the felony offense of “grand larceny. more »»

 
 
 

 

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