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The Friends of Paden City Pool

March 29, 2017 We think it is very admirable the lengths our community goes to, to ensure that kids have a fun, productive, and — most of all — safe summer. more »»

Preserve History

March 22, 2017 There are many perks to the job as a reporter, but we would have to say one of the biggest rewards is featured on the front of our paper this wee. more »»

Please Do Not Litter

March 15, 2017 In last week’s Wetzel Chronicle, we published a story about the Wetzel County Solid Waste Authority’s latest meeting, leading with the authority’s discussion on litter control within the county. more »»

Legacy Lives On

March 8, 2017 Like many, we were shocked Saturday to hear the news of Loren Romick’s passing. more »»

Keep Up the Good Work, Wetzel Schools

March 1, 2017 Wetzel County Schools has a lot to be proud of, as can be seen in the past few issues of the Wetzel Chronicle. more »»

Teamwork

February 15, 2017 This week’s paper has many examples of the good that can result from teamwork, from people joining together for a good cause. Take a look at our story on The Gabriel Project. more »»

A Promising Sign

February 8, 2017 It was promising to see so many people gather for a common purpose on Monday, Jan. 30 at the Wetzel County Mollohan Center. more »»

A Bright Future

February 1, 2017 Regardless of what side of the political aisle you might sit on, you can’t help but admire 17-year-old Emily Rine of Wetzel Count. more »»

Justice Is Served

January 25, 2017 The response Monday to Donna Brown’s sentencing in federal court was overwhelming. more »»

A Generous Community

January 18, 2017 We know we’ve repeated it often, via our editorials, but it is just as often that we are amazed by the generosity of the area we live in. more »»

A Community Struggle

January 11, 2017 Many were critical last week of New Martinsville Police Department’s warning, issued via its Facebook page, concerning the “bad” batch of heroin circulating the community. more »»

Farewell, and Thank You

January 4, 2017 It’s bittersweet to see so many fine Wetzel County citizens retiring from public servic. more »»

A Year of Giving

December 28, 2016 It’s hard to believe that Christmas is behind us, and a new year is right before us. We hope all of you enjoyed your holiday, and are looking forward with optimism to 2017. more »»

Hope For Christmas: Live Nativity Shines

December 21, 2016 We felt a bit dreary putting together this week’s Wetzel Chronicle. Checking out the front page and some of the news items, it is no surprise. more »»

Make Time This Season

December 14, 2016 This past weekend, the Wetzel Chronicle was busy covering many area Christmas festivities. more »»

A Perfect Example

December 7, 2016 The robbery at Koontz’s Country Cupboard in Littleton serves as an example as to why the West Virginia State Police detachment in Hundred needs to stay. more »»

Keep Hundred WVSP Open

November 30, 2016 Like many, we were upset last week to receive the news that Hundred’s West Virginia State Police detachment is closing. more »»

Kids Should be Careful Online

November 16, 2016 Retired police chief Jim Holler gave some very important advice during the Champions for Children training event that The Lighthouse Child Advocacy Center held Thursday, Nov. more »»

Election 2016... That’s A Wrap

November 9, 2016 There might be some lingering ballots left to be counted — or recounted — but we can probably safely say that the 2016 general election is now behind us. more »»

Bill Cole Is Leader Our State Needs

November 2, 2016 Most of the really high unemployment in West Virginia is in the coalfields — but Wetzel and Tyler counties are close behind them. Our two counties share a 7.5 percent unemployment rate. more »»

 
 
 

 

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