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Woman Mugged Outside of Rite Aid

March 5, 2018 A woman was mugged Saturday around 5:30 p.m. in the Rite Aid parking lot in New Martinsville. more »»

Teachers, School Employees Continue Protests Over Several Issues

February 28, 2018 Teachers and school employees across the state continued their strike on Monday, picketing in protest over pay, fully funding the Public Employees Insurance Agency, seniority issues, and what’s know... more »»

The Ohio Valley: A Great Place to Live

February 28, 2018 WHEELING — The Upper Ohio Valley is our home. It’s where we live, worship, play, learn, earn and shop. more »»

Wetzel County Holds High School Math Field Day

February 28, 2018 Wetzel County Senior Math Field Day was held Friday, Feb. 2, at Paden City High School. Fifty students representing Hundred, Magnolia, Paden City, and Valley High Schools competed. more »»

Wetzel County BOE Supports Employees

February 28, 2018 At the Feb. 19 meeting of the Wetzel County Board of Education, the board adopted a resolution in support of its employee. more »»

Pine Grove Council Keeps Lease with Barker

February 28, 2018 At its Feb. 13 meeting, Pine Grove Town Council unanimously voted to continue to lease the town’s ball fields to Youth League President Joey Barke. more »»

Ryan Yost Announces Candidacy For Council

February 28, 2018 Ryan Yost has announced his candidacy for New Martinsville City Council, Third Ward. Yost said it has always been a goal of his to serve New Martinsville and its citizens as councilman. more »»

Commission Supports State Employees

February 28, 2018 At its Feb. 20 regular meeting, the Wetzel County Commission released a letter of support for state employees. more »»

Superintendent Releases Statement On Monday Schools Closure

February 25, 2018 Wetzel County Schools Superintendent Ed Toman has released the following statement regarding the Monday, Fe. more »»

Wetzel's Riverfront Prepares for Flooding

February 24, 2018 Residents along the Ohio River in Wetzel County have been anxiously keeping their eyes to the weather radar, as rains are expected Saturday and Sunday. As of 10 a.m. more »»

Wetzel County BOE Supports Employees

February 22, 2018 At the Feb. 19 meeting of the Wetzel County Board of Education, the board adopted a resolution in support of its employee. more »»

Winter Brings Wicked Weekend Weather

February 21, 2018 Folks in the Ohio Valley witnessed some wicked winter weather over the weekend. Heavy and steady rains caused creeks, streams, and ditches to overflow Feb. more »»

County Commission Supports Libraries

February 21, 2018 Local librarians met with the Wetzel County Commission at the commission’s regular Feb. 13 meeting. The librarians expressed appreciation to the commission for the county’s continued fundin. more »»

Teachers, State Employees Speak Out In Charleston

February 21, 2018 School teachers and public employees in West Virginia are planning a statewide work stoppage as they continue to express concerns about pay and projected hikes in health insuranc. more »»

Judge Cramer Holds County Court

February 21, 2018 A pre-trial hearing, in Wetzel County Circuit Court, was held Feb. 14 for Paul Campbell, Jr., 33, of Salem. Campbell has been charged with daytime burglary and petit larcen. more »»

Long Valley Baptist To Host Outdoor Ministry

February 21, 2018 Calling all hunters and outdoor enthusiasts —- Sixth Day Outdoor Ministry will be at Long Valley Baptist Church on Feb. 28, 7 p.m. more »»

Heavy, Steady Rains Cause Flooding

February 17, 2018 UPDATE: FEB. 17, 5:46 P.M. -- New Martinsville City Police Department is requesting that if you do not live in the down town area of New Martinsville, to avoid the area due to the flooding. more »»

Board Members Encourage Support For Teachers

February 17, 2018 The West Virginia School Board Association has adopted a resolution supporting the state's teachers and service personnel. more »»

School Personnel Hold Pickets

February 16, 2018 Despite heavy rains and flooding, Wetzel County Schools personnel braved the elements and held informational pickets on Feb. 16, outside of the county's schools. School for Feb. more »»

Wetzel Schools Close Feb. 15 Due To Work Stoppage

February 15, 2018 Wetzel County Schools will be closed Feb. 16 due to an impending work stoppage. more »»

 
 
 

 

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