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Frontier Strike Continues

March 21, 2018 Frontier Communications has filed an injunction against protesters. more »»

Pine Grove Council Discusses Utility Theft

March 21, 2018 During Pine Grove’s monthly meeting, Mayor Barbara King informed council that utility theft is a crime that is occurring in Pine Grove. more »»

Commission Receives Request to Cover Insurance Reimbursement

March 21, 2018 Jim Colvin and Joyce Raper, of the Wetzel County Ambulance Authority, recently explained to the Wetzel County Commission that Medicare, Medicaid, and other insurance companies have greatly reduced... more »»

Olive Branch Plans Pedal for Paws

March 21, 2018 The Olive Branch Animal Rescue and Refuge is planning a special “Pedal for Paws” event, slated for May 5. The event is a 6. more »»

That’s A Lot of Eggs!

March 14, 2018 The 50th anniversary of the annual Wetzel County 4-H/FFA Ham and Bacon show set a record total of $75,240.13, soaring above last year’s total of $51,789.25. more »»

Local Family Battles Cancer, Keeps Faith In God in Hard Time

March 14, 2018 Friends and loved ones of Jed Wright have come together to help the 30-year-old who is currently battling Hodgkins Lymphoma, a cancer of the lymphatic system. more »»

ArtsLink Presents Twin Kennedy

March 14, 2018 ArtsLink presents Twin Kennedy, who will bring a combination of folk, jazz and Celtic musical genres to the Lincoln Theater on Tuesday, March 20, at 7:30 pm. more »»

Council: City to Begin Brooklyn Area Cleanup Within Next Week or Two

March 14, 2018 The New Martinsville City Council announced March 5 it would soon be taking action to clean up the Brooklyn area of town by tearing down and removing dilapidated trailers and other eye-sore... more »»

Ebert Brothers Show Slated

March 14, 2018 The luck of the Irish will pour upon the Lincoln Theater Saturday, March 17 as the Ebert Brothers Family & Friends take the stage for a special St. Patrick’s Day show. more »»

PC Announces Rate Changes

March 14, 2018 The City of Paden City Public Utility has adopted by ordinance on March 5, 2018 a tariff containing increased rates, tolls and charges for furnishing Water Service to 1,300 customers in Paden City i... more »»

Change Your Clocks, Change Your Batteries

March 8, 2018 CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Daylight Saving Time begins in the U.S. at 2 a.m. Sunday, March. 11, 2018. The W.V. more »»

Crews Respond To Fire At Former Ormet Plant

March 8, 2018 6:55 p.m. -- Clarington Fire Chief Jim Hunt reported the fire at the former Ormet plant on Thursday, March 8 was of an electrical nature. more »»

Wetzel County’s Youth Plan Ham, Bacon, And Egg Sale

March 7, 2018 The 50th annual Wetzel County Ham, Bacon, and Egg show and sale will be held Friday, March 9 at the Mollohan Center, located on the Wetzel County 4-H grounds, and although the event is held on just... more »»

Local CWA Workers Strike

March 7, 2018 Despite months of negotiations, members of the Communications Workers of America and Frontier Communications were unable to reach a contract agreement. more »»

Commission Approves Funding For Stage III Of Pine Grove’s Sewer Project

March 7, 2018 The Wetzel County Commission met with Barbara King, the mayor of Pine Grove, and A.. more »»

WWII Vet Marks 94th Birthday

March 7, 2018 With a great spirit and a keen mind, local resident Edward Amos Sr. approached his 94th birthday last week (Fe. more »»

Rep. Jenkins Visits The Northern Panhandle

March 7, 2018 Though he hails from Huntington, W.Va., United States Congressman Evan Jenkins (R-W.. more »»

Deal Reached in Stoppage

March 7, 2018 As of Tuesday morning, it appeared an end might be in sight to the continuing work stoppage by West Virginia teachers and service personnel. more »»

Judge Cramer Presides Over Wetzel Court Cases

March 7, 2018 On Wednesday, Feb. 28, the Honorable Judge Jeffery D. Cramer held court in Wetzel County. Appearing before Judge Cramer was Charles L. Roberts, 59, of 292 Bear Run Road, Littleton. more »»

Lively Recognized for Excellence in Energy

March 6, 2018 The National Energy Education Development (NEED) Project is pleased to announce the 2018 recipient of the Bob Thompson Excellence in Energy Award is Leslie Lively of Short Line School in Reader, Wes... more »»



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