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From Goldie Yeater Family

June 14, 2017 Dear Editor, We would like to give a special “Thank You” to Journey Hospice in Sistersville, a very special group of people who stay by your side every step of the way. more »»

From Sue Barr

June 7, 2017 To The Editor, The American Legion Post 81 Memorial Day Service, held at the Knights of Pythias Cemetery, would like to thank the following veterans: Steve Blinkman, Bob Yeager, John and Kim Shatney... more »»

From Brittany Darnell

June 7, 2017 To The Editor, For the last two months, five volunteers from Paden City Volunteer Fire Company have been studying and working toward completing their firefighter 1/HazMat Operations course. more »»

From Linda Henderson

June 7, 2017 Editor’s Note: It was brought to our attention that we, unintentionally, left a line out of Linda Henderson’s “Letter to the Editor” last week. more »»

From Linda Henderson

May 31, 2017 Letter to the Editor, On April 29, Hundred Area YoungLife had their fourth annual Variety Show and first ever Chili cook-off. more »»

From Rev. Dr. Vic Hunter

May 31, 2017 To the Editor I would like to give a “shout out” to Chuck Clegg for his Chronicle columns “Through the Lens.” I have enjoyed reading them through the years. more »»

From Wetzel County Animal Shelter Supporters

May 24, 2017 To the Editor, We would like to thank everyone who attended the Quarter Auction for the Animal Shelter on April 22! We would also like to thank those who donated and those who helped the day of th... more »»

From JoDell Ritchea

May 24, 2017 To Our Local Business Participants, The school year for 2016-17 is coming to an end. more »»

From Joan Frye

May 17, 2017 To The Editor, The Wetzel County Humane Society would like to thank our volunteers, members, and for the donations to our Spring Wag Day at Witschey’s Grocery. more »»

From Eric and Karen Gorby

May 17, 2017 To my neighborhood friends, I would like to take this opportunity to give a heartfelt thank you to all my friends, neighbors, colleagues, churches, organizations, and those unknown to me who have... more »»

From Walter Fish

April 26, 2017 To The Editor, Spring Cleanup! Once again no city wide cleanup available. If we have no way to get rid of some of our unwanted items, chances another means of disposal will be found. more »»

From Rev. Dr. Victor L. Hunter

April 5, 2017 To The Editor, Since commercial advertising plays such a large role in promoting certain cultural values, it seems to me to be important to call attention to advertisements that go beyond the pale o... more »»

From Delinda Jackson

March 29, 2017 To The Editor: Government waste is nothing new. It has existed as long as we have had government. Resolving it completely is probably impossible. Perhaps drawing attention to it will help. more »»

From Beulah Talkington

March 29, 2017 Dear Editor, Thank you for the positive article about Bill Cross. It was so interesting. It is nice to see good news for a change. more »»

From Ruth Henderson

March 8, 2017 To The Editor, The Shortline’s Lions Club has been making improvements to the Reader Park along Route 20, which we maintain. All improvements are made possible by fundraisers and donations. more »»

From George Friedline

March 1, 2017 An open letter to the Editor, I would like to tell you a true story and say “THANKS WVU!” It was a sad day at the Wetzel County Hospital. more »»

From Linda Goddard

February 22, 2017 To The Editor, Open Door Ministries, Inc. is a non-profit organization made up of individuals from various churches in the area. more »»

From Michael Scheibelhood

February 15, 2017 To The Editor, Population in West Virginia will continue to decline. Jobs are too few, and local taxes are too high. more »»

From Joseph J. Morris

January 18, 2017 To The Editor, In reference to the letter to the editor in the Wetzel Chronicle on Wednesday, Dec. more »»

From John H. Yevuta

January 18, 2017 To The Editor, My hat is off to the fine people who help turn what would be garbage into reusable products. more »»



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