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Hundred Now Features Little Free Library

July 18, 2018 The town of Hundred has a unique addition thanks to the hard work of many. According to Hundred High School’s art instructor, Gabi Cooper, a Little Free Library has been installed in the town. more »»

NMPD Releases Sketch Of July 2 Stabbing Suspect

July 16, 2018 The New Martinsville Police Department has released a composite sketch of the suspect involved in a July 2 stabbing that occurred near McEldowney Avenue in New Martinsville. more »»

Frontier Explains Widespread Outage

July 12, 2018 According to Frontier Communications representative Andy Malinoski, approximately 500 customers are affected due to a fiber cut. As of 4:38 p.m. more »»

Teran Malone Is The Future of Journalism

July 11, 2018 With enthusiastic and determined individuals such as Teran Malone, it would be safe to say the future of journalism is in capable hands. more »»

Steelton Sewage Issues Dominate Council Meeting

July 11, 2018 Several New Martinsville residents appeared before New Martinsville City Council on July 2 to express concerns with an ongoing sewage problem in their East Thistle Drive area of the Steelton section... more »»

PC Council Swears in New Members

July 11, 2018 Paden City council met in regular session on Monday, July 2, in what may have been the shortest council meeting on record. more »»

NMPD To Utilize Sketch Artist In Stabbing Investigation

July 10, 2018 According to New Martinsville Police Chief Tim Cecil, his department is still fervently searching for the unidentified suspect involved in a July 2 stabbing that occurred near McEldowney Avenue in... more »»

Back Home is A Blast

July 4, 2018 The second annual Back Home Appalachian Arts & Music Festival occurred over the weekend and brought in spectators from all around the United States and even abroad. more »»

Alumni Remember Broadwater

July 4, 2018 This year’s Paden City Alumni festivities mark 50 years since Paden City’s Class of 1968 ended their high school careers. Worth noting, the late Willard Craig Broadwater was a member of that class. more »»

Three Were Awarded Tad Fitzsimmons Scholarship

July 4, 2018 Three Wetzel County seniors have been awarded a $1,000 Tad Fitzsimmons Memorial Scholarship for 2018. The awards were presented on Awards Day at the respective high schools. more »»

Commission Receives Update From Workforce Development Board

July 4, 2018 The Wetzel County Commission held its regular meeting on Tuesday, June 26 and received an update on the Northern Panhandle Workforce Development Board from Rosemary Guida, Executive Director. more »»

Police Seeking Identity, Whereabouts Of Stabbing Suspect

July 2, 2018 The New Martinsville Police Department is seeking the public's assistance to identify a male suspect who was possibly involved in a Monday morning stabbing in New Martinsville. more »»

Wetzel BOE Honors Blair

June 27, 2018 The old saying “If it isn’t broke, don’t fix it” certainly holds true in the case of Michael D. Blair who attended his last meeting of the Wetzel County Board of Education as a board member June 18. more »»

CSX Begins Crossing Maintenance

June 27, 2018 According to CSX media representative Laura Phelps, current maintenance projects will be completed at different railroad crossings in Wetzel and Tyler counties over the next few week. more »»

Pine Grove VFD Receives Donation

June 27, 2018 The Wetzel County Commission recently heard a request from the Pine Grove Volunteer Fire Department in regards to funding for a new truck. more »»

Heavy Rains Bring Flash Flooding

June 27, 2018 New Martinsville Police Chief Tim Cecil said the police department, New Martinsville Fire Department, and New Martinsville Street and Water departments all assisted with flash flooding response in... more »»

A Weekend of Importance

June 20, 2018 Last weekend I attended two separate events that are part of the town’s culture. First, on Friday night, I attended the Relay for Life walk. more »»

Hall, Yost Lead Class Of 2018

June 20, 2018 Peyton Hall and Kristen Yost served as valedictorian and salutatorian for River High School’s Class of 2018, and Hanna Blake served as the school’s vocational valedictorian. more »»

Pine Grove Rejects Rate Increases

June 20, 2018 Pine Grove Mayor Barbara King called a special informative meeting for June 11 for discussions pertaining to sewer and water increases for the town. more »»

Local Residents Among 31 Indicted in Drug Ring

June 20, 2018 WHEELING — Law enforcement officials in West Virginia and Ohio have cracked a local drug distribution organization, resulting in the indictments of 31 people. Bill Powell, U.S. more »»

 
 
 

 

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