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Mine 9 To Open In Theaters

April 3, 2019 New Martinsville native Ed Mensore’s Mine 9 creation is slated to hit several big screens next week. more »»

Tyler DOH: Tyler, Wetzel Reports Were Submitted Properly

April 3, 2019 Tyler County DOH Administrator Jeff McKinney is uncertain as to why his handwritten notes, concerning necessary secondary road repairs in Tyler County, were published to the West Virginia Department... more »»

Students Participate In American Math Competition

April 3, 2019 Thirty students from Magnolia High School recently participated in the 70th Annual American Mathematics Competition (AMC). The contest was held Thursday, February 7 at Magnolia High Schoo. more »»

Local Students’ Work To Be Shown For Arts Alive!

April 3, 2019 Two Valley High School students were accepted for the Arts Alive! 2019; two ceramic pieces by VHS senior Emily Pingley, and 2-D collage portrait by freshman Lydia Adams. more »»

Every Child Matters: Week One

April 3, 2019 What exactly is the Lighthouse Child Advocacy Center? I am often asked this question and am always happy to explain. more »»

Council Addresses PCE Contamination At Meeting

April 2, 2019 Over two dozen citizens packed the Paden City council chambers at the municipal building during the April 1 monthly council meeting, all of them seeking answers to the water contamination issue in... more »»

Hundred High School Receives Jennings Randolph Award

March 28, 2019 On March 18, Secretary of State Mac Warner traveled to Hundred High School in order to acknowledge the school as a recipient of the Jennings Randolph Award. more »»

PC Residents Organize Water Donation, Meeting

March 28, 2019 As a result of the water contamination in the town of Paden City, many residents have made the decision to completely cease use of the water. more »»

NM Council Holds Special Railroad Crossing Meeting

March 28, 2019 Facing increased safety and economic concerns over trains blocking the railroad crossings to the downtown area of New Martinsville, city officials met with a representative of the U.S. more »»

Judge Recommends Frontier Take Remedial Steps

March 28, 2019 Editor’s Note: Bill Hughes stopped by our office a few weeks ago to share some information concerning a case he had before the Public Service Commission. more »»

Commission Agrees to Continue To Act as CAC Fiscal Agent

March 28, 2019 During its regular March 19 meeting, the Wetzel County Commission met with Susan Scharf, Executive Director of the Child Advocacy Center. more »»

Fire Destroys New Martinsville Home

March 27, 2019 9:45 a.m., APRIL 1 -- UPDATE: We have received word that the family has received more than they can handle in regards to the clothing donation drive mentioned below. more »»

“Blown Out Of Proportion”

March 20, 2019 Mayor Clyde Hochstrasser believes the issue of Paden City’s water contamination is being “blown out of proportion. more »»

Side-by-Side Dedicated in Memory of Chief Bert Anderson

March 20, 2019 Hundred Volunteer Fire Department’s newest addition — a utility terrain vehicle (UTV) — has a significance beyond its usefulness. more »»

Kernan Graduates Basic Training

March 20, 2019 U.S. Air Force Airman Lexie R. Kernan graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. Kernan graduated on Jan. 4. more »»

Agencies Respond To Brush Fire

March 20, 2019 Multiple fire departments throughout Wetzel County responded to a brush fire March 14, located on Robinson Ridge. more »»

The Honorable Judge Jeffrey Cramer Presides Over Court

March 20, 2019 The Honorable Judge Jeffrey Cramer recently presided over the following matters in Wetzel County Circuit Court: Ronald Lanson Wood, 40, of New Martinsville, pleaded guilty to counts four and five of... more »»

Local Woman's Car Stolen

March 15, 2019 At about 9:30 p.m. on March 13, area resident Jennifer Kile's car was stolen from the driveway of her boyfriend's house in Procter, West Virginia. more »»

Ham and Bacon Show Yields $65,071.25

March 13, 2019 The 51st Annual 4-H/FFA Ham and Bacon Shows, held Friday, raised $65,071.25. Auction services were provided by Ron Morrison. more »»

WCSO K-9 Tia Will Get New Body Armor

March 13, 2019 Wetzel County Sheriff’s Office K9 Tia will receive her very own bullet and stab protective vest thanks to a charitable donation from non-profit organization Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. more »»



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