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Toman, Board Sign Four-Year Contract

February 22, 2017 At the Monday, Fe. more »»

New Martinsville McDonald's Evacuated Friday

February 17, 2017 New Martinsville McDonald's was evacuated Friday, approximately around noon, due to a threat. more »»

Child Advocacy Center Holds Open House

February 15, 2017 The Lighthouse Child Advocacy Center, located in Paden City, held an open house Feb. 7 for anyone interested in learning about how the CAC helps with children who have faced abuse in their lives. more »»

NMPD Arrests Mother-Son Duo

February 15, 2017 Elva Lee Swan, 54, and Franklin Keith Dotson, 32, were arrested in New Martinsville Tuesday evening, leading to a raid of their 38 Pin Oak Drive, New Martinsville home Wednesday mornin. more »»

Commission Receives Library Reports

February 15, 2017 The Wetzel County Commission met Tuesday, Feb. 7 and were visited by county librarians Joanna Casto, Susan Reilly, Cathy Easton, and Janet Con. more »»

Officer Receives Plaque At City Council Meeting

February 15, 2017 The New Martinsville City Council met Feb. more »»

‘Angel Sheets’ Are Warm Gifts From Above

February 15, 2017 Several crafty ladies gathered together Feb. 8 to make baby crib sheets. The endeavor supported The Gabriel Project’s Wetzel County chapter and was sponsored by St. more »»

Meeting Held To Discuss Railroad

February 8, 2017 A meeting was held Monday, Jan. 30 in regards to ongoing issues with Route 2, New Martinsville blockages by CSX. more »»

County Updated On Supply Header

February 8, 2017 The Wetzel County Commission met for its regular meeting Ja. more »»

PC Council Approves First Reading of Fee Increase

February 8, 2017 PADEN CITY -- ­ City council approved the first reading of a proposed increase in municipal fees, gave a thumbs up to a horror movie and signed onto dates for the upcoming municipal election. more »»

Woman Charged After Unconscious Man Found

February 8, 2017 A New Martinsville woman is facing charges after police investigating suspicious behavior in the Moundsville Wal-Mart parking lot allegedly discovered a man passed out in his car with needles still... more »»

Magnolia Eagles Earn First OVAC Cheer Title

February 4, 2017 WHEELING -- Four winning traditions continued Saturday at the OVAC Cheering Championships at WesBanco Arena, while one underdog picked up its first OVAC title in school history. more »»

Clements Appointed to State Senate Seat

February 1, 2017 NEW MARTINSVILLE – Charles Clements was appointed on Saturday by Gov. Jim Justice to fill the 2nd District state Senate Seat vacated by Agriculture Commissioner Kent Leonhardt. “Yes, I’m very happ. more »»

Woman Remains In Jail on Attempted Murder Charge

February 1, 2017 NEW MARTINSVILLE — A Williamstown woman remains in jail after allegedly stabbing her husband on Saturday, Wetzel County Prosecutor Tim Haught said toda. more »»

Chamber Holds Yearly Meeting

February 1, 2017 The Wetzel County Chamber of Commerce held its annual yearly meeting last week and gave an annual report of the various ways in which the organization was able to help the community. more »»

Liver Transplant Patient and Family Look to the Future

February 1, 2017 On Jan. 19, Wetzel County resident Eric Gorby received a new lease on life, a liver transplant. more »»

Rine Participates In March

February 1, 2017 Seventeen-year-old Emily Rine might not have been able to cast a vote in the 2016 presidential election, but that hasn’t stopped the Magnolia junior from striving to let her voice be heard. more »»

Prosecutor, City Confirm Stabbing

January 28, 2017 Wetzel County Prosecuting Attorney Timothy Haught has confirmed a suspect is in custody after a stabbing took place in Paden City this morning (Saturday). more »»

Justice Appoints Charles Clements to Fill Senate Vacancy

January 28, 2017 CHARLESTON, WV — Today, Governor Jim Justice announced that he is appointing Charles Clements to the fill the 2nd district state senate seat vacated by Agriculture Commissioner Kent Leonhardt. more »»

 
 
 

 

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