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Man Arrested For Business Break-Ins

November 5, 2018 Brian Leroy Wade, 55, of New Martinsville, has been arrested and charged with entry of a building other than a dwelling. more »»

Council Meets In Emergency Session

November 2, 2018 New Martinsville City Council held a special meeting on Oct. 29 for discussion on the ongoing sewer issue on Neubauer Drive, in the Steelton section of the Cit. more »»

Wetzel County 4-H Celebrates Members’ Achievements

October 31, 2018 On Sunday, Oct. 7 Wetzel County 4-H celebrated its members’ achievements by holding a council circle at the 4-H campgrounds. more »»

Commission Welcomes Ben Placer

October 31, 2018 The Wetzel County Commission recently welcomed new Wetzel County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Ben Placer to the county. Deputy Placer has spent 16 1/2 years in law enforcement. more »»

Necessities Barn Marks 10 Years

October 31, 2018 The Necessities Barn celebrated its 10th anniversary in September. more »»

Chief Cecil Sheds Light On Area Break-Ins

October 31, 2018 New Martinsville Police Chief Tim Cecil was able to shed some light on reports of recent area home invasions in New Martinsville. more »»

Arnetts Tend To Thomas Cemetery in Walnut Fork

October 31, 2018 Many Arnetts have lived, loved, and reside eternally in West Virginia. more »»

Shots Fired Lead To Arrest Of Arkansas Man

October 29, 2018 Pine Grove, W.Va. — Valley High School was locked down for a short time Monday, Oct. 29 due to an alleged domestic violence situation that occurred in Pine Grove, near the school. more »»

Air Evac Lifeteam #78 Celebrates 10th Anniversary

October 24, 2018 The Wetzel Co., Air Evac Lifeteam #78 base celebrated its 10th anniversary Oct. 19 with an open house and refreshments. more »»

Morris, Rush Want Votes For Commission Seat

October 24, 2018 The next Wetzel County Commissioner will be either Gregory A. Morris or Allen Rush. Morris is running as a Democrat for Wetzel County Commission from District Two. more »»

Clements, Longwell Eye Senate Seat

October 24, 2018 West Virginia Senator Charles Clements, an incumbent Republican, and Denny Longwell, a Democrat, are battling for the second district seat at the West Virginia State Senate. more »»

Pethtel, Wiley Jockey For Delegate Seat

October 24, 2018 Incumbent Delegate Dave Pethtel, a Democrat, and Phillip Wiley, a Republican, are currently vying for the West Virginia House of Delegates seat for District Fiv. more »»

Drug Take Back Day Is Oct. 27

October 24, 2018 On Saturday, Oct. 27, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. local law enforcement agencies and the U. S. more »»

Gabriel Project To Hold “Stuff The Cruiser"”

October 24, 2018 Wetzel County’s Gabriel Project location is once again hosting a “Stuff the Cruiser” event, which is a children’s items donation drive. The drive will be held Friday, Oct. 26, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. more »»

Wetzel Board Of Education Recognizes Westfall, Natali

October 24, 2018 The Wetzel County Board of Education recognized Wetzel County Schools’ Outstanding Role Model - Danny Westfall — at the board’s Sept. 24 meeting. more »»

Second Senatorial Debate Is Cancelled

October 17, 2018 A planned debate between candidates for the West Virginia State Senate from the 2nd Senatorial District has been cancelled. more »»

Blue Eagles Will Crown Royalty

October 17, 2018 Magnolia High School will crown a queen during Friday night’s football game. On Oct. 19, the Blue Eagles will host the Knights of Tyler Consolidated. more »»

Fifth Annual Barker Regatta Is Held

October 17, 2018 There was excitement on the local Ohio River Tuesday, Oct. 9 as the Fifth Annual Matthew Barker Cardboard Boat Regatta was held at New Martinsville’s dock. more »»

Lumberjacks’ Queen To Be Crowned

October 17, 2018 The Valley Homecoming Queen will be crowned Friday, Oct. 19 at approximately 6:30 p.m., prior to the 7 p.m. Valley Lumberjacks’ football game against Doddridge. more »»

Fire Safety Hot Topic in Town

October 17, 2018 The New Martinsville Volunteer Fire Department recently taught fire safety to New Martinsville School students. Students were shown how to use a fire extinguisher and were taught the acronym P.A.S.. more »»

 
 
 

 

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