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Residents Honored at Chamber’s Community Awards

May 3, 2017 Several of the community’s most distinguished were recognized Tuesday, April 25 at the Wetzel County Chamber of Commerce’s 2017 Community Celebration Awards. more »»

Council Proclaims National Day of Prayer

May 3, 2017 New Martinsville City Council voted unanimously to join communities across the United States in proclaiming this Thursday as the National Day of Prayer. more »»

2017 RegattaFest Plans are Underway and Growing

May 3, 2017 Sam and Sherron Winer, of RegattaFest, thanked the Wetzel County Commission, at its April 25 regular meeting, for its continuous support of the annual riverfront event. more »»

Rev. Dr. Hunter To Speak On Depression May 8

May 3, 2017 Rev. Dr. Vic Hunter, senior pastor at First Christian Church and local pastoral counselor, will speak about depression on May 8, 7 p.m., at the First Church of God in New Martinsville. more »»

Board Honors Horseshoe Recipients, Discusses Tests

April 26, 2017 Wetzel County students Rachel Bates, Makayla McDougal, and Jacob Kuhn were honored at the April 18 meeting of the Wetzel County Board of Education. more »»

Former President and First Lady Visit Long Drain School

April 26, 2017 On Thursday, April 20, President Abraham Lincoln and First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln visited Long Drain School. more »»

Solid Waste Authority Talks Litter Initiatives

April 26, 2017 At a Thursday, April 20 meeting of the Wetzel County Solid Waste Authority, the authority discussed ways to combat litter in the county. more »»

Council Discusses Flood Act, Honors Residents

April 26, 2017 At its April 3 regular meeting, the New Martinsville City Council discussed several matters, the first being flood insurance. more »»

Fire Destroys Irvin Brown Racing’s Car Shop

April 25, 2017 The local dirt track racing community is banding together after an early morning fire destroyed Irvin Brown Racing’s car shop, located in Jacksonburg. more »»

Helmick Released From Force

April 20, 2017 Paden City Police Officer Josh Helmick has recently been relieved of his duties as an officer. Helmick met with city council members on Tuesday where they voted in favor of termination. more »»

Donald Riggenbach Recognized For Family Business

April 19, 2017 Donald Riggenbach, owner of Riggenbach Tile and Carpet in New Martinsville, was recently recognized for owning the 2017 Family-Owned Small Business of the Year by the Small Business Administration’s... more »»

Commission Passes Resolution Regarding LED Grant Participation

April 19, 2017 At the Tuesday, April 4 meeting of the Wetzel County Commission, the commission passed a resolution regarding its participation in the Local Economic Development (LED) Grant Program. more »»

BOE Purchases Hundred Football Field

April 19, 2017 Hundred’s football field officially belongs to the Wetzel County Board of Education. On Monday, April 10, Wetzel County BOE purchased the field from the Town of Hundred. more »»

Council, Residents Fed Up With Garbage

April 19, 2017 At the Tuesday, April 11 meeting of Pine Grove’s city council, council members and residents expressed frustrations with the town’s garbage pick-up service. more »»

The Wayfarers Set To Entertain

April 19, 2017 The Wayfarers are set to entertain at The Back Home Appalachian Arts & Music Festival on June 30. more »»

WCCCF Offers Many Goods for Those In Need

April 12, 2017 Just outside of New Martinsville on Route 7 is the Wetzel County Center for Children and Families, a family resource center. more »»

Commission, Valley High School Discuss Grant Program Application

April 12, 2017 Valley High School educators Kristi Earley and Janet Moore, along with Principal J.C. more »»

Body of Missing Woman Found

April 12, 2017 The body of 42-year-old Melinda “Mendy” Rice of Gilmer County, W.Va., was found in a creek near Wileyville on Thursday. more »»

Ramp Fest Shines

April 12, 2017 The fourth annual Shortline Ramp Festival is in the books, and according to organizers, the 2017 Shortline Ramp Festival was the “best we’ve had. more »»

 
 
 

 

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