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Local School Teacher Gets Mrs. W.Va America Win

April 17, 2019 Melissa Smith is well-known and loved by much of the local community, being honored and remembered as a wonderful first grade teacher at Arthur I. more »»

All Tyler Consolidated Bands Earn ‘Superior’ Ratings

April 17, 2019 The Tyler Consolidated Bands had a very successful couple of days at the 79th Annual Region I Band Festival on April 9th and 10th. more »»

RegattaFest Board Announces 2019 Dates

April 17, 2019 The 2019 RegattaFest Board of Directors met recently and approved Sept. 28-29 as the official dates for the eighth annual RegattaFest. more »»

Mathers Crowned Miss Knight

April 10, 2019 Naomi Mathers was crowned the Miss Knight at the annual Tyler Consolidated pageant on March 26. Katelyn Stillwagoner was named first runner-up, while Morgan Palmer was second-runner-up. more »»

Lasure Changes Mind On Plea

April 10, 2019 Aaron Lasure, 39, of 517 Front Street, New Matamoras, Ohio, appeared before the Honorable Judge Jeffrey Cramer in Tyler County Circuit Court on April 2 for a status hearing. more »»

Workforce WV Offers Free Services

April 10, 2019 The American Job Center, also referred to as Workforce WV Career Center — located in the New Martinsville Plaza — offers a variety of programs and services to those in need. more »»

Students of Month, Essay Winners Honored

April 10, 2019 The Sistersville Elks Lodge #333 held its 14th annual Youth Awards Dinner on March 27 in the Elks Ballroom. more »»

EVERY CHILD MATTERS, WEEK TWO

April 10, 2019 Editor’s Note: April is National Child Abuse Prevention Mont. more »»

Structure Fire Destroys Home on Hill Street in Sistersville

April 8, 2019 Sistersville Volunteer Fire Department (VFD) was dispatched to a structure fire on Hill Street in Sistersville around 10 a.m. on April 8. more »»

21st Annual Banquet Held By the NWTF Longbeards

April 3, 2019 The Middle Island Longbeards Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation held its annual Hunting Heritage/Superfund Banquet on March 23 at Bens Run Momentive Park. more »»

DOH: Reports Submitted Properly

April 3, 2019 Tyler County DOH Administrator Jeff McKinney is uncertain as to why his handwritten notes, concerning necessary secondary road repairs in Tyler County, were published to the West Virginia Department... more »»

Local Veterans Promote the Wounded Warrior Project

April 3, 2019 For many veterans, coming home after a deployment can be a struggle. more »»

Commission Discusses Red Cross Updates

April 3, 2019 The Tyler County Commission met March 26 at 9 a.m. for a regular meeting. The first order of business covered was acquiring approval of the previous meeting’s minutes. more »»

Council Addresses PCE Contamination At Meeting

April 2, 2019 Over two dozen citizens packed the Paden City council chambers at the municipal building during the April 1 monthly council meeting, all of them seeking answers to the water contamination issue in... more »»

TCHS/MS Bands Host Solo and Ensemble Recitals

March 28, 2019 The Tyler Consolidated High School and Middle School Bands recently hosted two recitals for band members who participated in the West Virginia Music Educators Association’s Solo and Ensemble... more »»

Lincoln Day Dinner Held in Sistersville

March 28, 2019 The Tyler County Republican Executive Committee held its Annual Lincoln Day Dinner on Saturday, March 23 at the First Baptist Church in Sistersvill. more »»

Paden City Offers Water And Holds Town Meeting

March 28, 2019 As a result of the water contamination in the town of Paden City, many residents have made the decision to completely cease use of the water. more »»

Middlebourne Council Meets

March 28, 2019 The Middlebourne Council held a regular meeting on March 11 at 6 p.m. at the city building. more »»

West Virginia Struggles With Foster Care Crisis

March 28, 2019 When one thinks of resources residents are in need of in West Virginia, many minds jump to jobs and other various avenues. However, one need oftentimes overlooked is the foster family crisis. more »»

‘Blown Out of Proportion’

March 20, 2019 Mayor Clyde Hochstrasser believes the issue of Paden City’s water contamination is being “blown out of proportion. more »»

 
 
 

 

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