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The Importance Of Pageants for Youth

June 13, 2018 We applaud the folks at Tyler Consolidated High School who make the Miss Knight pageant a possibility. It is our firm belief that pageants are often inaccurately portrayed. more »»

Proud of Students

June 5, 2018 It’s the season to mark student successes, and we love it. Whether they are elementary-aged or in their final years of high school, our local youth are doing amazing things. more »»

Remembering The Price For Freedom

May 30, 2018 The photos in this week’s paper offer just a small example of what the area Memorial Day services involved. more »»

Remember, and Honor on Memorial Day

May 23, 2018 As the week progresses, the many cemeteries in our area will be visited more than any other time of yea. more »»

Project Lifesaver a Worthy Cause

May 16, 2018 We were impressed last week when reviewing a news release concerning Tyler Consolidated student JoLee Walton. more »»

Where Are The Election Results?

May 9, 2018 Are you wondering where the election results are in this week’s Tyler Star News? As we noted in last week’s editorial, our paper went to print long before the final ballot was cast, making it... more »»

It’s Time To Vote in Tyler County

May 2, 2018 As we complete the finishing touches on this week’s Tyler Star News, we are already looking ahead to next week’s edition, our May 9 editio. more »»

Support Local Community Endeavors

April 18, 2018 If you check out our Coming Events section this week, you will see that the Olive Branch Animal Rescue & Refuge’s “Pedal for Paws” event has been canceled due to lack of sign-up. more »»

Enjoy Books During National Library Week

April 11, 2018 Last week, we brought to you the idea of taking part in Sistersville Elementary School’s Scholastic Book Fair. more »»

Books Are Continuous Blessings

April 4, 2018 We hope area residents consider heading to Sistersville Elementary School on Monday, April 9 to participate in the school’s Scholastic Book Fair. more »»

Child Abuse Prevention Month

March 28, 2018 Soon, if not already, we will be seeing pinwheels in front of several local facilities, along with a special flag flying in front of the county’s courthouse. more »»

Sisters Fest Makes for Unique, Happy Memories

March 21, 2018 We are so appreciative to those who make Sisters Fest happen annually. The event is yet another way our community is unique. For instance, Sisters Fest takes place in Sistersville... more »»

Kudos to Future Farmers of America Members

March 14, 2018 We are so proud of Tyler County FFA members for yet another successful Ham, Bacon, and Egg show. more »»

Spring Forward, Support Students

March 7, 2018 It’s a sunny, clear and blue-skied day here in our area. And by the time we prepare next week’s editorial, we will have “sprung” forward. Remember, Daylight Savings Time begins March 11. more »»

Happy Birthday, Mr. Amos

February 28, 2018 If you happen to cross paths with Mr. Amos this week, be sure to wish this American hero a Happy Birthday. Tell him “Thank You” as wel. more »»

Help Out With Parks Clean-Up

February 21, 2018 Paden City and Sistersville parks took a beating this past weekend, due to the heavy rains and subsequent flooding that ravaged the area. The images are alarming. more »»

Proud of Our Youth in Tyler County

February 14, 2018 We post a great deal of news that concerns our youth in Tyler County. Whether it is news from Tyler Consolidated, Arthur I. more »»

The Future Looks Promising for Tyler County

February 7, 2018 We are very excited to hear of the two grants that have been awarded to Tyler County. more »»

It’s An Election Year — Get Out and Vote

January 31, 2018 Check out our list of election filings for the May 8 primary. We have a variety of qualified and experienced individuals who have tossed their hats in the ring for the opportunity to represent u. more »»

Be Wary of Sexual Predators in Community

January 24, 2018 The front page story involving Steven Douglas Southerly is disturbing, disgusting, and frightening. It should make all of us, who have children near and dear to us, wary. more »»

 
 

Museum Opens June 19, 2018

The Tyler County Museum is open between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays — open other times by appointment. The museum will be closed for the major Sunday holidays. For more infomation, contact the museum at 304-758-2100 and/or 304-758-2257 and leave a messa. more »

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