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Keep Our County Clean

March 9, 2016 We commend New Martinsville’s Sixth Ward Councilwoman Iris Isaacs for stepping up and discussing the county’s litter problem with the solid waste authority. more »»

From Steve Davis

March 2, 2016 Dear Citizens, Legislators, Judges, and Editors, The Bible says in Proverbs 14:34 that “Righteousness exalts a nation but sin is a disgrace to any people. more »»

What Is Best for Students?

March 2, 2016 Unfortunately due to time and space constraints, we were unable to include all of the action from Monday night’s meeting of the Wetzel County Board of Education in this edition of the Wetzel... more »»

No Excuses for Dotson

February 17, 2016 Prosecuting Attorney Timothy Haught had some strong words for Defendant Jonathan Douglas Dotson on Feb. 11 in Wetzel County Circuit Court. more »»

Discretion, Tact Are Important

February 10, 2016 It seems as if our local area has been ridden with turmoil lately. Bad news has hit every geographical area around our county, as well as our own area. more »»

Remain Vigilant

February 3, 2016 The Page 16 story regarding a convicted sex offender’s registration violation should cause pause for all of us who have or know children whose wellbeing we are responsible for or concerned with. more »»

Make the Most of It

January 27, 2016 For a society as busy as ours, a winter storm is likely to be a substantial inconvenience. And surely, for many of us, that proved to be the case this past weeken. more »»

Hail Hundred High

January 20, 2016 Hundred High School in Wetzel County is on the right track when it comes to nudging students in the right direction. This is obvious in this week’s Chronicl. more »»

Teamwork, Respect Are Vital

January 13, 2016 Perusing the pages of the last two papers, it is apparent there is a lot of controversy within local organizations. more »»

Drug Problem Growing

January 6, 2016 In the recent months, many local arrests have involved one common denominator — drugs. More and more are being arrested for trafficking, using and selling various drug. more »»

What Is Your New Year’s Resolution?

December 30, 2015 Well, another Christmas has come and gone, and another new year is fast approaching. With each new year, many of us make a resolution to change something about ourselves when the calendar changes. more »»

Only Two More Days Until Christmas Is Here

December 23, 2015 There are only two days until Christmas. Two! Where has the year gone? Soon, 2016 will be upon us, and we will start ane. more »»

Stealing From Children

December 16, 2015 Former Hundred High School Secretary Franklin Hixenbaugh was recently sentenced to one to 10 years in prison for embezzling money from the school. more »»

Congrats to Blue Eagles

December 8, 2015 The Magnolia Blue Eagles Football team capped a dream 14-0 season with a 62-0 victory over East Hardy Saturday night in Wheelin. more »»

Unfortunate That Teachers Must Train for Violence

December 2, 2015 The teachers of Wetzel County Schools recently received ALICE training from local law enforcement officers. more »»

Enjoy Your Thanksgiving

November 25, 2015 It’s hard to believe that another Thanksgiving is here already. Where does the time go? In today’s hectic world, Thanksgiving is a welcome respite. A much needed break from our fast paced lives. more »»

What Changes Need To Be Made for Schools?

November 19, 2015 In recent weeks, parents, staff and students have been voicing their displeasure to the Wetzel County Board of Education. more »»

Show Respect to Veterans

November 10, 2015 Veterans Day is a special day designated to honor those who have served in the U.S. Armed Force. more »»

Too Much Fighting Between WCSWA, Lackawanna

November 3, 2015 The case between The Wetzel County Solid Waste Authority and Lackawanna Transport Company, owner of the Wetzel County Landfill, has been before the state’s Public Serve Commission for months. more »»

Get Most of Their Money

October 28, 2015 The Wetzel County Commission recently purchased a building where the Wetzel County Sheriff Department will now be able to store their ATV’s. more »»



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