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November 22, 2017 The Community Festival of Trees brought in more than $7,000 for local charities at its third annual event, held Nov. 17 at Wetzel County’s Mollohan Center. more »»

“Cause For Paws” Begins at Magnolia

November 22, 2017 Magnolia High School is proud to announce the formation of a new club for all pet-loving students called “Cause for Paws.” The club advisors are Ms. Angela Johnson and Mrs. more »»

Ashlee Lanier Is New Museum Curator

November 22, 2017 The Wetzel County Museum is pleased to announce the addition of Ashlee Lanier to its ranks. Lanier will serve as the museum’s curator. more »»

Students Honored by BOE

November 22, 2017 Several local youth were honored Nov. 6 at a regular meeting of the Wetzel County Board of Education. more »»

Pethtel Honored In Charleston

November 22, 2017 United States Senator Joe Manchin III joined with Democratic leaders from throughout West Virginia in honoring Dave Pethtel as one of West Virginia’s Outstanding Democrats of the Year. more »»

Memorial Bench Planned for Titus

November 22, 2017 The Valley High School Class of 2003 is continuing with plans to install a memorial bench, in honor of the late Shelby Titus, on courthouse grounds. On Oct. more »»

DNR Investigates Death Of Wetzel County Hunter

November 21, 2017 Hoy R. Murphy Jr., media representative for the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources, confirmed that a Wetzel County man died Monday, Nov. 20 while deer hunting. more »»

Minor Male Apprehended In Hydro Attack

November 16, 2017 A minor male has been apprehended and is facing charges in regards to the Nov. 11 attack of an 80-year-old woman near Hydro Drive in New Martinsvill. more »»

Ebert Brothers To Perform Nov. 18

November 16, 2017 It will be another star-studded Ebert Brothers show on Saturday, Nov. 18 when the Ebert Brothers celebrate Veterans Day and Thanksgiving, all in one show. The festivities will begin at 7 p.m. more »»

Woman With Airsoft Gun Causes Lockdown

November 16, 2017 A lockdown occurred for approximately 20 minutes at New Martinsville School on Nov. 16 due to a situation -- thought to be dangerous -- at the adjacent Travelers Inn. more »»

Festival Of Trees Is Friday

November 15, 2017 It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! That will certainly be the theme and case during the annual Festival of Trees, to be held Nov. 17, 7-10 p.m. at the Mollohan Center. more »»

Mother Reunites With Daughter After Tragedy Strikes

November 15, 2017 Former Wetzel County resident Debra Haught has faced many hardships and struggles throughout her lifetime, but with her strong Methodist faith, she believes there are no coincidences in life — only... more »»

Wetzel County Commission Honors Retired Air Force Veteran Lemon

November 15, 2017 The Wetzel County Commission honored retired Air Force veteran, Michael Lemon, at the commission’s meeting on Nov. 7. more »»

Shoe Sensation Kicks Off Annual “Socks for the Troops” Campaign

November 15, 2017 Shoe Sensation in the Riverside Plaza is kicking off its “Socks for the Troops” campaign with “Hometown Heroes” in honor of Veterans Day. more »»

Students, Teachers Honored by BOE

November 15, 2017 Several local youth were honored Nov. 6 at a regular meeting of the Wetzel County Board of Education. more »»

Police Investigate Hydro Attack

November 13, 2017 New Martinsville Police Chief Tim Cecil confirmed that law enforcement is investigating the Nov. 11 Saturday afternoon attack of an 80-year-old woman near Hydro Drive in New Martinsville. more »»

Texas Man Receives Locally Created Helmet

November 8, 2017 A common phrase describing our nation’s heroes — our veterans — is “All gave some; some gave all.” How true this is. It is evident when considering the story of a young Army veteran named Anson Curry. more »»

Area Honors Veterans

November 8, 2017 The Wetzel County Farm Bureau is planning its third annual dinner for veterans, to be held Nov. 18, 2:30 p.m. at the Sportsman’s Club. more »»

Hundred Celebrates Fall In A Unique Way

November 8, 2017 The Hundred area has had its fair share of tragedy this past year. more »»

DOH Holds Four-Lane Informational Workshop

November 8, 2017 The public now has access to very preliminary plans regarding the WV 2 Proctor to Kent project. The green light was given for the project after West Virginians voted on Oct. more »»



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