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Magnolia High School Announces the 2019 Homecoming Court

October 2, 2019 The students at Magnolia High School have recently selected their representatives for the 2019 Homecoming Cour. more »»

Give It a Go Powerboat Driving School with RegattaFest

September 25, 2019 What’s it like to be in a powerboat, racing on a liquid track? Some enthusiasts have described the time as trying to make a turn into your driveway at 85-90 mph in a torrential rainstorm while four... more »»

Drug Store Demolition Is Approved

September 25, 2019 New Martinsville Council and Department Meetings By Ed Parsons Editor Councilman Joe Smith made a motion to proceed with the demolition of the old Thomas Drug Store building located on North Street... more »»

New Martinsville Rotary Holds Regular Meeting

September 25, 2019 New Martinsville Rotary met on Wednesday, September 18, for their regular meeting at Quinets Court Restaurant in New Martinsville. more »»

Dr. Mike Barnes Honored With Bicycle Ride in His Memory

September 25, 2019 On Saturday, September 14, friends who had shared many bicycle miles with Mike Barnes who recently passed away unexpectendly, gathered for a ride in his honor. more »»

Through The Lens: Looking at a Classic Chevy

September 24, 2019 Recently my column mentioned the AM radio in my old car. That car was a 1956 two door Chevy. more »»

Student Qualifies As Semifinalist In 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program

September 18, 2019 Magnolia High School was full of excitement on Thursday, September 11, as they announced that one of their students had claimed the title of Semifinalist in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship... more »»

World War II Veteran Celebrates 100th Birthday

September 18, 2019 Ernest (Ernie) Blatt of Paden City, WV turns 100 on October 2, 2019. more »»

Hevener’s Tie the Knot

September 18, 2019 Jaclyn Danielle Clark and Daniel Ezra Hevener were united in marriage in an outdoor ceremony on August 3, 2019, at Forks of Cheat Winery. The ceremony was officiated by Pastor Steve Teter. more »»

Just For Kids at RegattaFest

September 18, 2019 Powerboat racing may be the main attraction during RegattaFest, but kids know that there is a special place on the festival grounds just for them. more »»

Paden City Water Department Releases Public Announcement

September 18, 2019 The City of Paden City Water Department will be flushing fire hydrants. more »»

Paden City Elementary Welcomes Happy Campers Back To School

September 11, 2019 Students came back ready to be Happy Campers with a camping theme to greet them at the door of Paden City Elementary. more »»

New Martinsville School Gets New Entry Way

September 11, 2019 New improvements were made during the summer to the New Martinsville School entry way. more »»

Board of Education Recognizes School Resource Officers at Meeting

September 11, 2019 By TELINA FRYE Staff Writer The Wetzel County Board of Education, at its August 26 meeting, recognized School Resource Officers: Tim Cecil, Chief of Police, Mike Koontz, Sheriff, Adam Skinner,... more »»

Kayak and Paddleboard Competition Scheduled for RegattaFest in September

September 11, 2019 Since the beginning, back in 1938, New Martinsville, West Virginia has been a well-known powerboat racing mecca for this part of the country. more »»

Through The Lens: Good Morning Rock and Roll

September 11, 2019 Thirty years ago a popular television series called, Quantum Leap aired an episode titled, “Good Morning Peoria. more »»

WV Heroes Day 2019: A Salute To First Responders

September 11, 2019 Ten years after the 9/11 attacks on the United States, the city of Sistersville proclaimed September 11 as Heroes Day. more »»

Paden City Labor Day Festivities Second to None

September 4, 2019 The largest Labor Day parade in the state took place on Monday in Paden City. more »»

Hundred Takes Action In Flooded Structure Project

September 4, 2019 By MADDISEN EIDEL Staff Writer As part of the 2017 Flooded Structure Project, work began on August 15 on tearing down unusable structures within the town of Hundred. more »»

Metal Detectors Added to the Courthouse and Magistrate Office

September 4, 2019 Unfortunately, one of the results of the world that we live in today is a need for some added security in public building. more »»



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