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Social Workers Are Needed in Our Schools

January 16, 2019 Considering the Jan. 7 board of education coverage, we were shocked and heartbroken to read about children going without running water or heat. more »»

K-9s Are Valuable

January 9, 2019 The Wetzel Chronicle and Tyler Star News have recently reported on two local K-9 units. more »»

Thankful For First Responders

January 2, 2019 On the evening of Tuesday, Dec. 25, many of us were resting in the comfort of our homes, surrounded by family and friends and enjoying the comfort and joy that Christmas Day brings. more »»

Looking Back on 2018

December 26, 2018 Looking back at a year’s worth of local news can be a bit overwhelming. You might pick up on such while reading our Year In Review. A lot happened in the local area in 2018, some good and some bad. more »»

Merry Christmas From the Tyler Star News Staff

December 18, 2018 Christmas is here, and if you are like the staff of your local paper, there is still so much to be done in preparation for the big day. more »»

Preparedness Is Key

December 12, 2018 We are in awe of the selection of equipment Tyler County has at its Office of Emergency Management headquarter. more »»

Remembering Katy Wells

December 5, 2018 We were quite saddened this past weekend to hear of the passing of Katy Wells. Our thoughts and our prayers are with her family, her friends, and her first response family. more »»

A Great Man

November 28, 2018 Like so many others, we were deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Tyler County Assessor Jack Hayes. Mr. more »»

Treasure Thanksgiving

November 21, 2018 This week you will perhaps gather with those you hold dearest, marking the Thanksgiving holiday. more »»

A Great Legacy

November 14, 2018 We were deeply saddened to hear of the Nov. 3 passing of James Ash, of Alma. The way Mr. Ash lived his life is the definition of serving others. Mr. more »»

Results & Thankful for Freedoms

November 7, 2018 We’d be remiss if we didn’t remind our readers that yesterday’s election results can be found on our website and Facebook page. more »»

Go Vote

October 31, 2018 It’s Tuesday, Oct. 30, and as we prepare to close the door on this week’s paper, we look ahead to this time next week — Election Day. more »»

A Refreshing Message

October 24, 2018 Last week we received a refreshing e-mail at our offices. A young lady, a junior at Paden City High School, wanted us to post about an upcoming spaghetti dinner fundraiser in our newspapers. more »»

Thankful For Volunteers

October 17, 2018 The month of October has been busy for local folks, as a plethora of activities have happened each weekend, in celebration of the Autumn season. more »»

We Salute the Greatest of All Time

October 10, 2018 Well, there you have it. This week we have published the Wetzel-Tyler Newspapers’ list of our area’s All-Time Greatest in athletics. more »»

A Matter Of Principle

October 3, 2018 If you look at this week’s Letters to the Editor, you will see a letter from Mr. Rich Erlewine, who was very upset when he stopped by our office the other day. We could certainly understand why. Mr. more »»

Working Together

September 26, 2018 Despite being a weekly publication, the folks here at the Wetzel-Tyler Newspapers never stop working. A fresh paper may hit the stands only once a week, but we are still working the other six days. more »»

Another Successful O&G Festival Closes

September 19, 2018 Another O&G Festival Is Behind Us Another West Virginia Oil & Gas Festival is in the books. more »»

Don’t Forget Our Heroes

September 12, 2018 Saturday, Sept. 8 was Heroes Day. more »»

It’s Fall Sports Time!

August 29, 2018 Fall sports season is upon us, and our sports writers are busier than ever, working non-stop to ensure readers receive adequate sports coverage. more »»

 
 
 

 

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