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Parks Hosts Self Defense Class

April 18, 2018 The New Martinsville Parks & Recreation recently partnered with the YWCA Wheeling Family Violence Prevention Program and the New Martinsville Police Department to offer a women’s self defense... more »»

Board Is New Member Of Conservancy

April 18, 2018 The Richard Evans Conservancy has added a new member, David Board, of Woodsfield, Ohio. Board is a semi-retired professional airplane pilot and will serve as a Community Organizer for the Conservancy. more »»

Spoon Lady To Play At Back Home Festival

April 18, 2018 The Back Home Appalachian Arts & Music Festival will welcome Abby the Spoon Lady to downtown New Martinsville on Saturday, June 30. more »»

Dems Hold Bean Soup Fundraiser

April 18, 2018 Getting people out to vote seems to be a good way to win an election, and the Wetzel County Democratic Executive Committee is trying to accomplish that goa. more »»

U.S. House Candidates Square Off in Wetzel County

April 18, 2018 NEW MARTINSVILLE — Gun control, the opioid crisis and fixing the national healthcare system were among the topics congressional candidates discussed during a Wetzel County debate Tuesday night. more »»

Solid Waste Authority Looks Into Litter Officer

April 18, 2018 Wetzel Countians who choose to litter may be more likely to face consequences if the Solid Waste Authority’s desire for a litter control officer comes to fruition. more »»

Nelsen Announces Recorder Candidacy

April 18, 2018 Keith Nelsen, a lifelong resident of Wetzel County, has announced his candidacy for New Martinsville City Recorde. more »»

Whiteman Vies for Recorder Seat

April 18, 2018 Kim Whiteman is running for New Martinsville City Recorder. She is a lifelong resident of New Martinsville and a 1989 graduate of Magnolia High School. more »»

Jeff Gieseke Advocates For Ward One

April 18, 2018 If you’ve attended any New Martinsville City Council meetings over the last five years, you know Jeff Gieseke is already advocating for Ward On. more »»

Brian Rogers Wants Council Seat for Ward 3

April 18, 2018 Lifelong town resident, business owner, and active community member Brian Rogers announces his candidacy for New Martinsville City Council, Ward 3. more »»

Police Chief Tim Cecil Vies For Re-Election

April 18, 2018 New Martinsville Police Chief Tim Cecil is running for the position of Chief of Police in hopes of being re-elected for a fifth term. more »»

Daniel Eastham Seeking Chief of Police Position

April 18, 2018 Daniel Eastham, a candidate for Chief of Police for New Martinsville Police Department, said his campaign focuses on dedication, integrity, and professionalism in public safety. more »»

Pinwheels for Prevention

April 11, 2018 Across the country, April is recognized as Child Abuse Prevention Month. more »»

Ebert Brothers to Host WPHS Bluegrass Band

April 11, 2018 Spring is in the air, and so is the sound of bluegrass as the Ebert Brothers Family & Friends have huge plans for the April 14 show. The show will take place 7 p.m. at the Lincoln Theater. more »»

New Martinsville Electric Rates Slated to Raise

April 11, 2018 The New Martinsville city council held a scheduled workshop meeting prior to the regular city council meeting on April 2. This meeting was in reference to the need for electric rate increases. more »»

Judge Cramer Hears Court Matters

April 11, 2018 Alexander King, 32, of New Martinsville, was sentenced in Wetzel County Circuit Court April 4 by the Honorable Judge Jeffrey D. Cramer. more »»

Commission Discusses Purchase of ‘Well Needed’ Rescue Vehicle

April 11, 2018 Jim Glasscock, Jr. of the Folsom Volunteer Fire Department met with the Wetzel County Commission April 3 to discuss the possible purchase of a new fire and rescue vehicl. more »»

Brian Price of Paden City Seeks Seat on Board of Education

April 11, 2018 Brian Price of Paden City is seeking 1 of 3 seats on the Wetzel County Board of Education to be elected during the May 8th Primary. more »»

Lifelong Resident Yeager Vies For Board of Education Seat

April 11, 2018 Lifelong Wetzel County resident Jay Yeager is seeking a seat on the county’s board of education. Yeager and his wife Barbie reside in Reader, where Yeager has lived for the past 34 years. more »»

Steve Pallisco Seeks to Retain Fourth Ward Council Seat

April 11, 2018 Steve Pallisco, current Fourth Ward New Martinsville councilman, is seeking re-election to the position he has held for the last 16 years. more »»

 
 

 

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