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Thomas Charged With Attempted Murder

January 28, 2017 NEW MARTINSVILLE ­-- A Paden City woman has been charged with attempted murder after she allegedly stabbed her husband, Wetzel County Prosecutor Tim Haught said. more »»

Attorney General Morrisey Alerts Consumers to “Can You Hear Me Now” Scam

January 27, 2017 CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey issued a scam alert warning consumers to not answer the question, “Can you hear me now?” Answering that one question can subject... more »»

Wetzel County Releases Grand Jury Indictments

January 25, 2017 The January 2017 Grand Jury met behind closed doors last week and have issued the following indictments: Ezra Cody Aberegg, 30, of Pine Grove, was charged with receiving stolen goods. more »»

Deputy Hire Approved

January 25, 2017 The Wetzel County Commission met Tuesday, Jan. 18 and agreed to Sheriff Mike Koontz’s request to hire another deputy for Wetzel County. more »»

White Accused In Marion, Wetzel Counties

January 25, 2017 William Joseph White, 38, of Hundred, has been charged with “entry of a building other than a dwelling” for breaking into Mason’s Filling Station in Reader, which allegedly occurred on Jan. . more »»

Wetzel County BOE Approves Matters at Meeting

January 25, 2017 The Wetzel County Board of Education approved the following personnel and routine matters at its Tuesday, Jan. 18 meeting: Retirements: Shelley L. more »»

Parents Plead Guilty to Charges in Child’s Death

January 25, 2017 NEW MARTINSVILLE — A man and a woman pleaded guilty recently to charges arising from an incident that resulted in the death of their 2-year-old son. more »»

Three Picked For Vacant Senate Seat

January 25, 2017 PARKERSBURG — Two of the three nominees for a vacancy in the West Virginia Senate 2nd District are from Tyler and Wetzel counties. more »»

Woman Sentenced in Wetzel County Budget Finance Ponzi Scheme

January 23, 2017 WHEELING — The kingpin of an investment crime that Wetzel County Prosecutor Timothy Haught has called the largest Ponzi scheme in West Virginia history was sentenced Monday to more than 10 years in... more »»

Threat At Magnolia Causes Lockdown

January 20, 2017 New Martinsville Police Department has released a statement regarding the Friday morning bomb threat at Magnolia High School. more »»

Fox, Sarver Arrested For Possession

January 19, 2017 According to Paden City Police Department Chief Bob Postlethwait, an executed search warrant resulted in the arrest of two individuals on Tuesday, Jan. 17. more »»

Bows, Hats Requested For ‘Fierce’ Fighter

January 18, 2017 PADEN CITY — “And though she be but little, she is fierce” — Shakespeare Sometimes it is really hard to understand why bad things happen to good people, especially innocent children. more »»

BOE Discusses Sickness

January 18, 2017 At the Tuesday, Jan. 18 meeting of the Wetzel County Board of Education, the board briefly discussed the illnesses circulating the school system, specifically New Martinsville School. more »»

County Commission Hears Request From Sheriff

January 18, 2017 The Wetzel County Commission met Tuesday, Jan. 10 and heard from Sheriff Mike Koontz, who suggested to the commissioners that he would like to hire an additional deputy to the sheriff’s department. more »»

Dominion Gives to FRN

January 18, 2017 The Wetzel County Family Resource Network was recently so honored to have received a grant from Dominion. “Because of it we are able to do so many more things,” said Theresa Hoskins of the FR. more »»

NMVFD Trains At Local Gym

January 18, 2017 Manual labor and breaking a sweat isn’t something that is necessarily foreign to local volunteer firefighters. more »»

BOE Honors Students

January 11, 2017 Four Wetzel County students were honored at the Wetzel County Board of Education meeting Tuesday night at the board office. more »»

WCEAA Works To Pay For Heart Monitors

January 11, 2017 The Wetzel County Emergency Ambulance Authority has raised $14,000 of $84,000 needed to pay for four new Zoll X Series Heart Monitors. more »»

Mayor Announces School Choice Week

January 11, 2017 New Martinsville City Council held its first meeting of the year on Tuesday, Jan. 3. The first item of business was a proclamation, read by Steve Bohrer, proclaiming “School Choice Wee. more »»

Two Arrested For Meth

January 11, 2017 Wetzel County Sheriff Mike Koontz reported that the sheriff’s office conducted a traffic stop, that resulted in two arrests, on Sunday, Jan. 8. The stop occurred on Route 20, in Pine Grov. more »»



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