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So Thankful

July 3, 2012 All we can think of right now, in the aftermath of Friday’s storm and the weekend’s difficulties, is how we are so thankfu. more »»

Classic Celebration

June 27, 2012 It’s hard to believe that just next week will bring the Fourth of July —the holiday that most certainly marks the birthday of our nation, but also that marks the middle of our year, our summer, our... more »»


June 20, 2012 We’re not sure what more can be said about the Wetzel County?Relay for Life, except for, “Wow!” This community, in so many ways, really pulls through to fight the dreaded disease. more »»

Not Neutral

June 13, 2012 While a Congressional Joint Resolution is not exactly a county issue, we must disagree with the Wetzel County Commission’s decision to take a “neutral stance” on the issu. more »»

A Great Loss

May 23, 2012 The sudden, shocking loss of our beloved Coach Bill?Stewart Monday seems to be all our community can think about or discuss. more »»

Congrats Grads

May 16, 2012 For decades graduates in mortar boards have clutched their diplomas and shed tears as they go through the graduation exercises. more »»

Amazing Service

May 9, 2012 When reading the biography provided about Ralph Ice in announcing the event to be held Saturday to officially name the Jacksonburg Bridge in his honor, we couldn’t help but be amazed at his life. more »»

Your Right, Responsibility

April 25, 2012 We hope you’ll notice that on pages 4B, 5B, and 6B, we have begun our in depth coverage of the local election. more »»

The Right Decisions

April 17, 2012 The Wetzel County?Commission made the right decisions Tuesday morning in regard to the issue of campers at the 4-H grounds during the summer months when the area experiences a lot of usage for yout... more »»

Mountain Of A Mole Hill

April 11, 2012 Not far from Wetzel County is the town of Mountain, W.Va. The little “map dot” hasn’t always had that name. At one time it was known as “Mole Hill”. more »»


March 28, 2012 As we reflect on this week’s issue of the Wetzel Chronicle and its various stories, we’re struck by how we are surrounded by heroes. Tthere are two heroes who are actually given that title -- Lt. more »»

Not Quite Understanding

March 21, 2012 We must say we aren’t thrilled with the prospect of local high school students attending West Liberty University at The Highlands —a possibility presented at Monday’s Wetzel County Board of... more »»

Peace To You, Zachary

March 14, 2012 We, like many, were saddened to hear of the passing of Zachary Taylor on Tuesday mornin. more »»

No Words

March 7, 2012 There are just no words a person can utter after a tragedy like the one that happened Sunday morning in New Martinsville that can make everything okay. Sure, words can provide some comfort. more »»

Join In?The Celebration

February 22, 2012 Particularly during the last few years, we have been of the opinion that Hundred’s Independence Day Celebration is one of the best events held in Wetzel County. more »»

Problems. Solutions?

February 15, 2012 We’ve said it before and we’re sure we’ll say it again, but this isn’t Mayberry anymore. more »»

Political Fair Play

February 8, 2012 Since the filing period has ended, the ballots are now set for the May 8 election. more »»

A Beautiful Partnership

February 1, 2012 We think the YWCA has hit on a particularly dynamic idea with their “Cut It Out” program outlined in the article belo. more »»

Excessive Increases

January 25, 2012 Senator Jeff Kessler, in his column below, lets reader know of Senate Bill 168, which he sponsored. more »»

A Town’s Decision

January 18, 2012 Whichever way Paden City decides to go with a charter change making the recorder appointed instead of elected, we hope the voice of the residents is heard. more »»



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