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PD’s Rzr Passes Away Unexpectedly

July 19, 2017 The local law enforcement community is suffering the loss of New Martinsville Police Department’s K-9 Rzr, who passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, July 16. more »»

WVNCC Hosts Oil & Gas Seminars

July 19, 2017 Those seeking more knowledge, or even a future career, in the oil and gas industry do not need to travel or look far. more »»

Dominion Donates New Pump For Pine Grove Sewage System

July 13, 2017 The future is looking a bit brighter for the Town of Pine Grove, thanks to a very generous donation from community-partner, Dominion Energy. more »»

City Honors Two Heroes

July 12, 2017 During a portion of the New Martinsville City Council meeting on Wednesday, July 5, Mayor Steve Bohrer turned the floor over to Chief of Police Tim Cecil, who asked officers Michael Owens and Jason... more »»

Authority Reaches 1 Million Pounds Mark on Recycling

July 12, 2017 The Wetzel County Solid Waste Authority’s recycling efforts, initiated in June of 2013, will reach the the milestone of one million pounds collected by the end of June 2017, according to the... more »»

Commission, NMVFD Discuss Ladder Truck

July 12, 2017 New Martinsville Volunteer Fire Department Chief Rick Myers, along with Lieutenant Josh Smith, approached the Wetzel County Commission on Wednesday, July 5, regarding the fire department’s efforts t... more »»

Attorney General Morrisey Warns Consumers to Be Wary of Ticket Scam

July 7, 2017 CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey warned summer travelers to be wary of a scam in which impostors send emails to collect traffic fines on behalf of a state department of... more »»

Pine Grove Struggles With Sewage System

July 6, 2017 Residents of Pine Grove have been struggling with completing everyday tasks -- such as laundry and dishwashing -- due to ongoing issues with the town's sewage system. more »»

Indigenous Natives Explored

July 5, 2017 Charlie Sebroski has spent decades studying the native people of the Ohio Valley. He has the knowledge and tangible treasures to prove i. more »»

National FFA Scholarship Awarded to Local Student

July 5, 2017 The National FFA Organization has awarded a $2,000 John Deere Dealer scholarship to Anntwinette Fox of the Hundred FFA. The scholarship is sponsored by Middletown Tractor Sales. more »»

Rocks Bring Community Together

July 5, 2017 Last summer, area youngsters seemed to be attached to their electronic devices, hunting for Pokemon. This year, rock hunting has become all the rag. more »»

Local Author Reflects on Trail Challenge

July 5, 2017 The first day of summer — the summer solstice — brings the longest day of the year. more »»

Ebert Brothers Join Hall of Fame

July 5, 2017 There is no denying that The Back Home Appalachian Arts & Music Festival will have plenty of top-notch Appalachian music on display. However, the festival made sure to offer praise to its own stars. more »»

Welch Charged With Nighttime Burglary

July 3, 2017 Franklin Dale Welch, 27, is currently in Northern Regional Jail for nighttime burglary. According to New Martinsville Police Department, just after 3 a.m. more »»

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 »»



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