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Council Hears complaints on proposed City Service Fee

November 7, 2017 New Martinsville Business Owner Brenda Botizan addressed city council on Monday, Nov. 6 at itss regular scheduled meeting. Botizan expressed concerns regarding the newly proposed City Service fee. more »»

Despite Chill, Chili Fest Is Success

November 1, 2017 The day was dreary and rainy — and the temperature kept sinking — however that did not stop faithful attendees of the Wetzel County Chamber of Commerce’s Chili Fest from partaking in the annual fun... more »»

Authorities Use Special Kart, Goggles to Explain Drunk Driving

November 1, 2017 The Wetzel County Sheriff’s Office has a new and unique way to teach area youth about the dangers of impaired driving. more »»

Dave Pethtel Selected As Wetzel’s Democrat Of The Year

November 1, 2017 Dave Pethtel, Delegate for the Fifth District of West Virginia’s House of Delegates, has been selected by the Wetzel County Democratic Executive Committee as Democrat of the Year for 2017. more »»

Commission Approves Memorial Park Bench in Honor of Shelby Titus

November 1, 2017 On Oct. 24 the Wetzel County Commission met with a representative of Valley High School class of 2003 to discuss the placement of a memorial bench on courthouse grounds. more »»

Animal Shelter to Hold Silent Auction

November 1, 2017 The Wetzel County Animal Shelter Supporters, Inc. will be holding a Silent Auction and Lasagna Dinner on Nov. 11 at the Mollohan Center, located at the 4H camp in Wetzel Count. more »»

Lighthouse CAC Offers Champions for Children Training

November 1, 2017 The Lighthouse Child Advocacy Center is offering a full-day Champions for Children training event on Thursday, Nov. 2 at the New Martinsville Campus of West Virginia Northern Community College. more »»

Nov. 4 Craft Show Benefits Playground Project

October 31, 2017 Community spirit is making a difference in Sardis as volunteers pitch in on a project at the community center. more »»

Wetzel Resident Seeks Help For Ducks Affected By Oil Spill

October 26, 2017 A Wetzel County resident is seeking assistance for ducks affected by an Oct. 14 oil spill. more »»

Prosecutor's Office Releases Names In Fatal Accident

October 26, 2017 An Oct. 24 statement from the Wetzel County Prosecuting Attorney's office has confirmed the name of the individual that died as a result of an Oct. 11 accident. more »»

Court of Appeals Affirms Howell Sentence

October 26, 2017 According to the Wetzel County Prosecuting Attorney's Office, an order affirming the sentence of John Michael Howell, 49, to life with mercy was affirmed by the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals. more »»

Chamber Chili Fest Set for Oct. 28

October 25, 2017 Autumn is here, and it’s time for the Wetzel County Chamber of Commerce’s annual Chili Fest! The 18th annual event will occur rain or shine on Oct. 28 from noon to 4 p.m. more »»

Dexton McKinney deemed “Hero of the Year”

October 25, 2017 Those driving by Magnolia High School on Oct. 12 might have been curious as to why there were several motorcycles parked outside of the school. more »»

Mollie Toppe Gives 4H Update

October 25, 2017 Wetzel County’s WVU Extension Agent, Mollie Toppe, provided the Wetzel County Board of Education with an update on the county’s 4H program. Toppe presented to the board at its regular Oct. 16 meeting. more »»

Oil and Gas Task Force, LEPC Discuss Issues

October 25, 2017 Members of the Wetzel County Oil and Gas Task Force came together Friday, Oct. 20 at the Mollohan Center. more »»

Festival of Trees Sponsors Home Tours

October 25, 2017 The Community Festival of Trees Committee is sponsoring “Holiday Home Tours.” The home tours will take place on Dec. 10, from 2-5 p.m. The cost is $10 per ticket. more »»

Cruisers Unlimited Car Show Is Successful

October 18, 2017 The last weekend in October gave us two perfect days. On Saturday, mild temperatures and blue skies welcomed 305 classic cars, rat rods and trucks into the streets of New Martinsvill. more »»

Route 7 Vehicle Accident Results In One Death

October 18, 2017 According to Sergeant K.G. more »»

Attorney General Morrisey Alerts Consumers to Spike in IRS Scam Calls

October 18, 2017 CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey alerted consumers to a recent spike in Internal Revenue Service scam calls, perhaps related to the recent, Oct. more »»

Eberts to Mark 50 Years of Shows

October 18, 2017 The Ebert Brothers Family and Friends group will be starting its 50th year of shows on Saturday, Oct. 21 at the Lincoln Theater, in downtown New Martinsvill. more »»

 
 
 

 

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