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Man Arrested For Fleeing And Meth

January 11, 2018 Timothy Nottingham, 42, was arrested late Jan. 10 after allegedly fleeing from law enforcement officers. more »»

Wetzel BOE Recognize Students And Faculty for Achievements

January 10, 2018 The Wetzel County Board of Education recognized the achievements of several students and one principal during the Jan. 2 regular meeting. more »»

Underground Natural Gas Storage Hub Clears Hurdle

January 10, 2018 CHARLESTON — A hurdle has been cleared in the development of an underground natural gas liquids storage hub that industry representatives said could create thousands of jobs and encourage billions o... more »»

Heasley To Serve As Commission Vice President

January 10, 2018 By BARBARA HARBAC For the Wetzel Chronicle During the regularly scheduled Wetzel County Commission meeting on Jan. more »»

Local Family Becomes Victim to House Fire

January 10, 2018 Tom and Cindy Moore experienced the tragic and unthinkable loss of their Gamble Run home last week, due to a house fire.The fire occurred around 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 3. more »»

Water Truck Wreck Takes Life

January 9, 2018 A fatal accident occurred Jan. 8 around the Jacksonburg Pitstop in Wetzel County. more »»

No Arrests Made In Reader Shooting Incident

January 9, 2018 Details are limited, however, no official arrests have been made in regards to a Jan. 9 shooting incident that occurred in Reader, Wetzel County. more »»

Council Passes Salary Increase For Elected Officials

January 8, 2018 The regular monthly session of the New Martinsville City Council was held Jan. 2, 7:30 p.m. in the municipal building's council chamber. Council met with a quorum. more »»

Kessler Arrested For Robbery

January 8, 2018 Daniel Ray Kessler, 19, was arrested Saturday night and charged with first degree robbery, according to the New Martinsville Police Department. more »»

Paden City Seeking Council Member for Ward Three

January 5, 2018 A motion passed at the Jan. 2 Paden City Council meeting to accept Mark "Rick" Casteel to the previously-vacant Ward One council seat. more »»

Christmas Horse Makes Annual Voyage

January 3, 2018 Robyn Yeager, and her trusty sidekick, Zigger, annually spread Christmas cheer in a way like none other. more »»

Calm Stocking Program is a Success

January 3, 2018 The “A Calm Stocking of Cheer” program more than doubled the cheer for Wetzel County students this year. more »»

Local Law Enforcement Bonds With Students

January 3, 2018 Wetzel County’s law enforcement officers brought cheer to area students during this year’s “Shop with a Cop” event. Fifteen students were each given $200 on Dec. more »»

Matheny Earns First Place

January 3, 2018 Nicholas Matheny recently participated in the 2017 Junior Duck Stamp Contest. His blue-winged duck won first place in the K-3 Division. more »»

Esther Crumbley Giveaway Spreads the Christmas Season

January 3, 2018 Volunteers gathered Dec. 22 to hand out food and clothing items as part of the annual Esther Crumbley Giveaway. more »»

Flood Victims Receive Holiday Meals

December 27, 2017 The Buckhannon Band of Brothers visited the Hundred area Dec. 20 in hopes to make the holiday season a bit merrier for flood-affected families. more »»

HHS Named Jennings Randolph Award-Winning School

December 27, 2017 Hundred High School has been selected as a Jennings Randolph Award-Winning school for the 2017-2018 school year. Named after the late U. S. more »»

2017...Year In Review

December 27, 2017 It is hard to sum up a year’s worth of news in one article, especially when considering all that happened in Wetzel County during 2017. more »»

Road Improvements Discussed At Authority Meeting

December 27, 2017 According to Gus Suwaid, District Six Engineer for the West Virginia Department of Transportation, the Route 2 — Proctor to Kent — expansion project is slated for 202. more »»

Folsom VFD Demonstrates Self-Loading Cots For Commission

December 27, 2017 During the regular Wetzel County Commission meeting on Dec 19, Jimmy Glasscock and Jimmy Glasscock II of the Folsom Volunteer Fire Department stopped by to demonstrate how their the department’s new... more »»

 
 
 

 

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