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Wetzel County Schools Sees Highest Increase In Math Scores In State

January 22, 2020 Wetzel County School officials were pleased when results recently returned in regards to math scores for students in the county, showing an eight percent increase in scores. more »»

WVU Medicine to Take Ownership Of Wetzel County Hospital

January 22, 2020 NEW MARTINSVILLE — Wetzel County Hospital has signed a letter of intent to join the West Virginia University Health System. more »»

Teacher Announces Campaign for Mayor

January 22, 2020 Bill Bell, a civics and government teacher at Paden City High School, recently announced his candidacy for mayor of Paden City. more »»

Rotary Recognizes Jenkins and Henderson

January 15, 2020 The New Martinsville Rotary Club, District 7545, Local 5691 announced their students of the month on Wednesday January 8, during their regular lunceon meeting held at Quinets Restaurant. more »»

New Martinsville Lions Club and WCCCF Donate Food To Local Families

January 15, 2020 The New Martinsville Lions Club and the Wetzel County Center for Children and Families teamed together to provide food to families in Wetzel County. The New Martinsville Club’s motto is, “We serv. more »»

Walker Appears In Circuit Court; Trial Postponed

January 15, 2020 Coty Ray Walker, 27, of P.O. Box 59, Bruno, appeared in Circuit Court before the Honorable Judge David W. Hummel Jr. on January 8 at 10 a.m. more »»

Looking Back at Wetzel County’s ‘Year In Review’

January 8, 2020 As we continue this journey of life into a new year, we often think of things we need to do better in the coming year. more »»

Local Peebles Store To Convert To Gordmans

January 8, 2020 HOUSTON – #GotItAtGordmans means you can get a great new job and your favorite brands at your hometown’s newest store, Gordmans. more »»

O’Reilly Auto Parts Opens in New Martinsville

January 8, 2020 New Martinsville’s news auto parts store opened it’s doors to the public on January 2, at it’s new location along Rt. 2 near the Villa’. more »»

O’Reilly Auto Parts Opens in New Martinsville

January 8, 2020 New Martinsville’s news auto parts store opened it’s doors to the public on January 2, at it’s new location along Rt. 2 near the Villa’. more »»

The Challenge Program, Inc. Kicks Off At Hundred High School

December 31, 2019 Wetzel, WV — Students at Hundred High School were recently introduced to The Challenge Program, Inc. during a kick-off assembly at their school. The assembly theme was Future Influencers: #WhyNot. more »»

Wetzel County Commission Shows Support To United Mine Workers of America

December 31, 2019 On Monday, December 23, Wetzel County Commissioner presented the United Mine Workers of America a plaque proglaiming the commissions support for the UMWA’s efforts in obtaining guarantted pensions... more »»

New Martinsville Parks and Recreation

December 31, 2019 Picnic Shelter Reservations New Martinsville Parks and Recreation will begin taking picnic shelter reservations for the 2020 season starting at 8:00 AM on Thursday, Jan. 2nd, 2020. more »»

Students Enjoy the Shop With a Cop Event

December 24, 2019 Wednesday and Thursday, December 18 and 19, were special days for nearly 50 kids in the local area as they were randomly selected to participate in the Wetzel County Sheriff’s Department and New... more »»

Major Broadband Expansion Coming to Wetzel and Tyler Counties

December 24, 2019 Wednesday, December 18, was a huge day for Wetzel and Tyler Counties with the announcement by Chad Rupe, USDA Rural Utilities Administrator for the USDA of Grant and Loan funding for expanding... more »»

Major Broadband Expansion Coming to Wetzel and Tyler Counties

December 24, 2019 Wednesday, December 18, was a huge day for Wetzel and Tyler Counties with the announcement by Chad Rupe, USDA Rural Utilities Administrator for the USDA of Grant and Loan funding for expanding... more »»

New Martinsville School Decks the Halls

December 18, 2019 While preparing to decorate the school for the Christmas season, New Martinsville School secretary Jonathan Snider noticed that they didn’t have a tree. more »»

Steady Rain Couldn’t Keep Santa Away

December 18, 2019 Hundred had a great Christmas Parade, a little rain and cold weather never hurt anyone. Great Job City of Hundred. Over two Hundred people attended. more »»

Wetzel Board of Education Honors All-State Volleyball Players

December 18, 2019 The Wetzel County Board of Education met in regular session on Monday, December 9, at 6 p.m. at the Board office on Foundry Street in New Martinsville. more »»

 
 
 

 

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