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Congratulations To FFA

July 18, 2018 We are so proud of our local schools for their accomplishments at the West Virginia state FFA convention. more »»

Kudos To Mayor Steve Bohrer

July 11, 2018 “We will get it taken care of, and if not, I don’t need to be here.” Those were strong words from New Martinsville Mayor Steve Bohrer at the Monday, July 2 meeting of city council. more »»

A True Community With Spirit

July 4, 2018 We probably don’t say it enough, but we are truly in awe of the town of Hundred. Just a little less than a year ago, the town was completely devastated by flooding. Homes and businesses were ruine. more »»

Happy Fourth of July

June 27, 2018 Seeing that Independence Day falls on a Wednesday, we suspect some — those who subscribe by mail — might not get the July 4 edition of this paper until Thursday, July 5. more »»

A Change For Pine Grove

June 20, 2018 According to Pine Grove officials, the days of raw sewage in basements and yards, and the accompanying stench, are no more. The problem is said to have existed due to a lack of upkeep. more »»

Something to Do

June 13, 2018 “There is nothing to do around here!” That is a common gripe we hear, and we are sure you hear the complaint plenty as well. Perhaps you have even made such a statement. more »»

Good Luck Graduates

June 6, 2018 By the time you read this, each of our area high schools will have held commencement ceremonies. more »»

Remembering The Price For Freedom

May 30, 2018 The photos in this week’s paper offer just a small example of what the area Memorial Day services involved. more »»

Remember, And Honor

May 23, 2018 As the week progresses, the many cemeteries in our area will be visited more than any other time of yea. more »»

A Great Community

May 16, 2018 By the time this week’s paper hits the newsstands, we will have found out the winners of this year’s Wetzel County Chamber of Commerce’s Community Awards. more »»

Where Are The Results?

May 9, 2018 Are you wondering where the election results are in this week’s Wetzel Chronicle? As we noted in last week’s editorial, our paper went to print long before the final ballot was cast, making it... more »»

Make An Informed Decision for Voting

May 1, 2018 As we write the editorial for this week’s Wetzel Chronicle, we look ahead to next week. more »»

Get To Know Your Candidates

April 18, 2018 Last week there were two opportunities to research your vote for the upcoming May 8 primary. more »»

Community Heartbreak

April 10, 2018 The month of April has been a tough one for our county. Three residents lost their lives in separate vehicle accident. more »»

It’s Child Abuse Prevention Month

April 4, 2018 In April 2017, the Wetzel Chronicle published a weekly column by Susan Scharf, Executive Director of the Lighthouse Child Advocacy Center. more »»

Thankful for the JASON Learning Argonaut Program

March 28, 2018 Our congratulations goes to students Martha Doiron and Abbe Stackpole, along with teacher Carolyn Hizer, as the trio prepares for a trip to Nicaruagua as part of the JASON Learning Argonaut program. more »»

There’s Plenty to Do

March 21, 2018 “There’s nothing to do around here!” We are sure you have heard this complaint. We definitely have. We disagree though. more »»

So Much Positivity

March 14, 2018 It was difficult to choose just one topic for this week’s editorial. This isn’t a bad situation, as there was just so much good news we wanted to highlight. more »»

Spring Forward, and Support Students

March 7, 2018 It’s a sunny, clear and blue-skied day here in our area. And by the time we prepare next week’s editorial, we will have “sprung” forward. Remember, Daylight Savings Time begins March 11. more »»

Proud of Area Students

February 28, 2018 Sometimes we find ourselves with a surplus of news about our youth. For instance, this time of year there are all sorts of exciting things happening within our area schools. more »»



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