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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 »»

Support the Moore Family During Time of Need

January 10, 2018 For many of us, a house fire is one of our worst fears. For the Moore family of Gamble Run, New Martinsville, that worst fear has come to fruition. more »»

Thanking Veterans

December 27, 2017 We are so glad Cathy Post, of the American Legion Auxiliary Unit #48, came up with the idea of a Christmas tree to honor veteran. more »»

Merry Christmas From the Tyler Star News Staff

December 20, 2017 In the newspaper business, time flies. Once we put a week’s paper to bed, it is time to begin planning for the next week. With that being said, it is hard to believe it is now Christmas. more »»

Trust Helps Tyler County Keep Its Identity

December 13, 2017 The Barth Charitable Trust Foundation awarded grant funds totaling $111,470 to several businesses and corporations throughout the county last wee. more »»

Residents Urged to Test Broadband

December 6, 2017 The Tyler County Development Authority is urging residents to go online to test their broadband connectivity. more »»

Industry Boom Is Bringing Change

November 29, 2017 There has been a lot of talk lately about the gas industry deal between the United States and China that will have a major impact on West Virginia. more »»

Thanksgiving Blessings

November 21, 2017 Thanksgiving. A particular time, like the bright and shining poetic moments of Camelot, to express gratitude for our own particular circumstance. more »»

Honoring True Heroes

November 15, 2017 During a month that celebrates giving thanks, we are reminded to be thankful for those allowing us the opportunity to sit down with our families for a nice turkey dinner. more »»

Preventing Local Water Contamination

November 8, 2017 Sistersville just released a combined sewer overflow warning for the city, but this is an issue that can affect every town in our area. more »»

Improvement Ideas Should Be Shared

November 1, 2017 There is a meeting scheduled for November 8, 2017 from 6pm-8pm located at the Tyler County Citizens Center, 504 Cherry St. more »»

Upgrades Are Necessary But Come With a Price

October 24, 2017 Many of our local towns are in the process of getting their water services upgraded to better meet the needs of their citizens. more »»

Cemetery Volunteers Commended

October 18, 2017 There has been a great deal of work performed at local cemeteries over the last couple of years, thanks in part to a small group of volunteers. more »»

Find Solution to Broadband Issues

October 11, 2017 Broadband expansion in West Virginia has been a hot topic lately. It is being recognized throughout the state that the broadband speed is below adequate. more »»

Activities Bountiful at Harvest Festival

October 4, 2017 The Tyler County Harvest Festival, scheduled for this weekend, is a great opportunity to get the family out of the house and enjoy some of this beautiful fall weather. more »»

Road Bond Issue Has Pros and Cons

September 27, 2017 There has been much conversation recently about economic development, such as the Marcellus Shale and the opportunities it provides. more »»

Taking Control of Water Loss

September 20, 2017 It was revealed this week that several people have been charged in Sistersville for water theft by placing hoses or tubes to bypass their meter to access free water. more »»

 
 

Tyler County Family Resource Network (TCFRN) Meeting February 19, 2018

Third Monday of each month, the Board of Directors meet at 4 p.m. These meetings are open to the public and offer Tyler residents an opportunity to provide input for community projects to meet identified needs in our coun. more »

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