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Community Mourns Loss Of Fire Chief

September 9, 2018 The Hundred community and surrounding areas are in mourning after the passing of Hundred Volunteer Fire Department Chief Bert Anderson. more »»

RegattaFest Celebrates 80 Years Of Powerboat Racing

September 5, 2018 The 2018 New Martinsville Area RegattaFest scheduled for Sept. 29-30 is the direct descendant of the New Martinsville Regatta which originated in 1938. more »»

NMPD, MCSO Arrest Several For Drug-Related Offenses

September 5, 2018 According to New Martinsville Police Chief Tim Cecil, Spencer Sarver, Jesse Glow, and Megan Thompson have been arrested by law enforcement for drug-related offenses. more »»

ArtsLink’s 2018-19 Season Tickets Now Available

September 5, 2018 ArtsLink’s 2018-19 Concert Series will kick off in mid-September and continue through April, offering versatile and expressive interpretations of both American music and danc. more »»

Wetzel County Schools Attend JASON Learning Conference

September 5, 2018 Eleven Wetzel County educators and principals recently attended a JASON Learning conference in Ashburn, Va. Several of these individuals were at the Wetzel County Board of Education’s Au. more »»

Commission Helps Fund New K-9 Unit

September 5, 2018 During its regular Aug. 28 meeting, the Wetzel County Commission met with Sheriff Mike Koontz regarding the sheriff office’s K-9 program. M. more »»

U.S. Marshals Search For Parole Violators

August 30, 2018 The U.S. Marshals are currently searching for two area men, wanted for for parole violations. David Christen, 35, is also known as Shawn Christia. more »»

Paden City Labor Day Celebration is Sept. 1-3

August 29, 2018 The Paden City Annual Labor Day Celebration is slated for Sept. 1-3. The event will include free entertainment, free parking, and fun for all age. more »»

Citizens Rewarded For Detaining Prisoner

August 29, 2018 On April 27, while in the custody of the Wetzel County Sheriff’s Office, Joseph Marcum took control of a police cruiser in an attempt to escape. more »»

Children’s Illustrator Fordyce To Visit Pine Grove Sept. 8

August 29, 2018 Pine Grove native Douglas Fordyce has recently illustrated his first children’s book, Percy Gets A Family! Fordyce said illustrating a children’s book is something he has always wanted to do. more »»

Marcum Sentenced By Judge Cramer

August 29, 2018 Joseph Tyler Marcum, 28, of 1421 Sixth Ave., Charleston, W.Va., was sentenced on Thursday, Aug. 23 for the felony offense of “escape from custody” and the felony offense of “grand larceny. more »»

Wetzel Residents Plead To Drug-Related Crimes

August 27, 2018 Three New Martinsville, West Virginia residents and a Columbus, Ohio man have admitted to involvement in methamphetamine, cocaine, and heroin distribution that spanned multiple states, United States... more »»

Town and Country Days Concludes for Year

August 22, 2018 Bill Witschey was named the Wetzel County Committee on Aging’s Outstanding Senior during Town & Country Days’ senior festivities on Thursday, Aug. 16. more »»

Wetzel County Man Admits To Firearms Charge

August 22, 2018 WHEELING, WEST VIRGINIA -- Joseph Harrison, of Pine Grove, W.Va., has admitted to a firearms charge, United States Attorney Bill Powell announced. more »»

Hundred Perseveres, One Year Later

August 22, 2018 The Town of Hundred has faced many challenges since it was flooded just over a year ago, July 28-29. more »»

Valley Praise Fest Offers Faithful Fun

August 22, 2018 Valley Praise Fest will be celebrating its ninth year of good, wholesome family fun on Saturday, Aug. 25. Festivities will be held from 4-9 p.m. more »»

WVDOT Discusses Road Issues With Wetzel, Tyler Officials

August 22, 2018 Representatives from the West Virginia Department of Transportation met on Wednesday, Aug. more »»

Benefit for Mindy Bell Slated For Aug. 25

August 22, 2018 A benefit will be held for 19-year-old Mindy Bell at 6 p.m. on Aug. 25 at the old Sistersville High School on 240 Work Street in Sistersville. more »»

Lyons Sentenced To 2-10 Years

August 16, 2018 Joshua Lyons, 36, of 1778 Villers Road, was sentenced Wednesday, Aug. 15 to two to 10 years in the West Virginia Division of Corrections. more »»

Weekly Papers Yield Awards At Convention

August 15, 2018 The Wetzel-Tyler newspapers picked up several awards at the West Virginia Press Association’s annual Convention and Awards receptions. more »»



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