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Adult Treatment Court Program Hosts Open House Event

August 21, 2019 Thursday was a great day in Wetzel County as Judge David W. more »»

Jazz Concert Is Planned

August 21, 2019 Smooth jazz musician and founder of the Chocolate Jazz Foundation 501C3, David Wells (www.davebond. more »»

Courtney Evans Memorial Scholarship Fund Has Another Successful Year

August 21, 2019 The Courtney Evans Memorial Scholarship Fund had another successful year in 2019. The 12th Golf Scramble was held on July 27 at the Sistersville Country Club and it was a huge success. more »»

Tyler County Fair Royalty Are Crowned During Fair Week

August 14, 2019 The Tyler County Fair Pageant, which was held on August 5, 2019, saw the crowning of a new group of royalty including the categories of Tiny Miss, Little Miss, Junior Miss, Pre-Teen Queen, Teen... more »»

Tyler County Fair Is Deemed Fantatsic Overall

August 14, 2019 The Tyler County Fair, which was held from August 5 through the 10, was a week’s worth of filling food, fun activities, and enjoyable rides for fairgoers attending. more »»

Newspapers Earn a Dozen Press Association Awards

August 14, 2019 MORGANTOWN — At the annual West Virginia Press Association Better Newspapers Contest held August 2 through the 4, the Wetzel Chronicle and Tyler Star News snagged 12 awards in total. more »»

Gas, Oil Production Levels Hit WV Record

August 14, 2019 Charleston, W.Va. more »»

Griffey Crowned Tyler County Fair Queen

August 7, 2019 As is tradition, the Tyler County Fair held its annual pageants on Monday evening. The night began with the Littlest Miss, the Little Miss, and Little Mister pageants. more »»

Tyler County Fair Off to Great Start

August 7, 2019 The Tyler County Fair kickstarted this past Monday, August 5, carrying on annual traditions such as the queen’s pageant, and introducing new acts such as the Tumbleweed Crossing Wild West Sho. more »»

Banker’s Corner Coffee Shop To Open

August 7, 2019 Coffee lovers in the town of Sistersville will be happy to hear that a new coffee shop is coming to town! Terry Wiley, along with his brother, Bob Cox, have set their vision of repurposing the old... more »»

Paden City to Receive Funding for Clean Water

August 7, 2019 The Wetzel Chronicle spoke with Senator Shelly Capito’s office on Friday, August 2, 2019, in an effort to learn more about Paden City’s efforts to secure funding for the communities water problems. more »»

Middlebourne EMS Building on a Legacy

July 31, 2019 Many changes have occurred in the department of Middlebourne EMS (MEMS) over the last seven months. more »»

Furbee Seeks Re-Election As Tyler County Prosecutor

July 31, 2019 Current Tyler County Prosecuting Attorney Luke Furbee recently announced his intent to run for re-election. more »»

Tyler County Youth Days a Big Success

July 31, 2019 The Tyler County Commission gave an update on the success of the Tyler County Youth Days, as well as the progress that is taking place at the 4-H Camp, at the July 23 meeting. more »»

Felony Charge of Soliciting a Minor Against Wetzel County Teacher Dropped

July 31, 2019 A criminal felony charge accusing a Wetzel County teacher of soliciting a minor via computer to engage in an illegal act was dismissed in Wetzel County Magistrate court on Tuesday, July 23, by Wetze... more »»

Corley Attends Jr. Trooper Program

July 24, 2019 Spencer Corley, a junior at Tyler Consolidated High School, recently attended and graduated from the West Virginia State Police Academy’s Junior Trooper program, held July 8-12 in Institute, W.Va. more »»

Marble King Joins Made In America Showcase

July 24, 2019 On July 15, businesses of all sizes from each American state had the honor to showcase their work at the Made in America Product Showcase event held at the White House. more »»

Tyler County Public Service District Receives Grant and Loan

July 24, 2019 The Tyler County Public Service District held a ceremony on July 17 to celebrate receiving funding from the USDA. more »»

Expansion in the Works for Blue Racer Midstream at Kent

July 17, 2019 The regular monthly meeting of the Tyler County Local Emergency Planning Committee was held at the Tyler County senior center on July 8, 2019, where they heard from Larry Couch Safety and Emergency... more »»

Wetzel County Teacher Charged

July 17, 2019 Newly hired Wetzel County Autism Teacher Adam Scott Croasmun, 25, of Paden City, was charged on July 12, 2019 with the felony offense of soliciting a minor via computer to engage in an illegal act. more »»

 
 
 

 

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