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Making Families And Communities Stronger

April 16, 2014 (Editor’s note: Marsha Croasmun, coordinator of the Family Resource Center/Starting Points Center at the Wetzel County Center for Children and Families, is providing columns to recognize April as... more »»

Vote For The Best

April 9, 2014 The Wetzel County Chamber of Commerce Annual Community Awards Dinner will be held April 29 in the Mollohan Center at the 4-H grounds. The online voting form is now on the chamber’s website, www. more »»

Change Of Pace

March 26, 2014 We were pleased to report on two stories of new businesses planning to come to New Martinsville: the leasing of the Chamber’s industrial park to an oil and gas company and the news of a Holiday In... more »»

Lesson Learned?

March 19, 2014 We couldn’t help but notice a theme in a lot of the court proceedings on which we reported this week: repeat offender. more »»

Let’s Get On Track

March 12, 2014 A railroad has run through New Martinsville for as long as anyone now living can remember, built in 1852. The Short Line Railroad was added in the 1890. more »»

Repeal Is Necessary

February 19, 2014 The Biggert-Watters Flood Insurance Reform Act of 2012 must be repeale. more »»

What If?

January 15, 2014 The West Virginia Water Crisis, as we have seen the recent events and state of emergency in nine counties in and around the Kanawha Valley called, will hopefully be a wake up call to many in so man... more »»

New Martinsville Native Releases Book

January 15, 2014 Artist Janet Hopkins-Campbell, a native of New Martinsville, has a new accomplishment to add to her professional resume. more »»

Winter Warnings

January 8, 2014 It looks like the severely cold weather is behind us now, but we will no doubt have freezing temperatures and snow at least once again before the winter is over. more »»

Simply Perfect

December 18, 2013 Hundred’s inaugural Old Fashioned Christmas, held Friday evening, was nothing short of wonderful. more »»

Thankful Readers

November 27, 2013 Bad news is not something we can escape here, even at a small town paper. We know at times the content of our front page can seem negative, but it’s our job to report the new. more »»

Food For Thought

November 20, 2013 We think the New Martinsville Ministerial Association has presented a great idea to the Wetzel County Board of Education. Rev. D. more »»

Thank You, Veterans

November 13, 2013 We are proud to be Americans and proud to be West Virginians—the state with the highest percentage of military involvemen. more »»

Honoring Veterans

November 6, 2013 As our nations observes Veterans Day this coming Monday, we felt it appropriate to share this poem from an unknown autho. more »»

Interpreting Results

October 30, 2013 A story on West Virginia’s Department of Education new ranking system for public schools has been on our “to do” list here at the Chronicle for a whil. more »»

Thanks For Bearing With Us

October 23, 2013 As you may well know by now, Faithful Readers, we are experiencing some technical difficulties that have necessitated a change in our press time, and any adjustment is bound to have some rough... more »»

Needed: Information

September 11, 2013 A newspaper is only as good as the information it contains. We strive very hard every week to bring you the best possible product that we can. We work hard to cover news and sporting events. more »»

A Tight Spot

September 4, 2013 The saying goes that a person can get caught between a rock and a hard place. Well in New Martinsville, some Brooklyn area residents are often caught between a train and a closed bridge. more »»

Choices, Not Circumstances

August 28, 2013 Helping to foster healthier kids—and adults—in West Virginia is certainly a noble caus. more »»

A Proud Moment

August 21, 2013 We were so excited when we found out New Martinsville was not only featured, but on the cover of the new WV?LIVING?Magazine. more »»



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