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In Defense of Freedom

June 5, 2019 By Emily Lancaster The following essay was written by Tyler Consolidated High School senior Emily Lancaster, and was submitted to the Adam R. Kelly Memorial Scholarship Award scholarship committee. more »»

Fuel Storage Tank Fire Extinguished

May 29, 2019 Tyler County Emergency Manager, Tom Cooper, reports to the Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (DHSEM) that the fire was extinguished as of 5:00 a.m. more »»

Jury Returns Verdict In Aaron Lasure Trial

May 29, 2019 A Jury trial was held in Tyler County Circuit Court on Thursday, May 16, in the case of Aaron Lasure, 41, of 517 Front Street, New Matamoras, Ohio. The trial was heard by Judge Jeffery D. more »»

Maddisen Eidel Graduates Ministerial Internship Program

May 29, 2019 Tyler Star/Wetzel News Reporter Maddisen Eidel recently graduated from the Ministerial Internship Program along with her sister, Caleigh Eidel. more »»

Highley Recommended — Hired As Tyler County Schools Superintendent

May 29, 2019 By MADDISEN EIDEL Staff Writer The Tyler County Board of Education held a regular meeting on May 20 at Tyler Consolidated Middle/High School following a TCMS and TCHS LSIC Meeting. more »»

VA’s Rural Mobile Unit Partners With Wetzel-Tyler County Health Department

May 29, 2019 The Rural Mobile Unit (RMU) — an initiative started by the Louis A. Johnson VA Medical Center about ten years ago — was created with the purpose of giving veterans easier access to healthcare. more »»

Tyler County FFA Places First in National Contest

May 22, 2019 By MADDISEN EIDEL Staff Writer Tyler County FFA participated in the National Land and Range Judging contest on May 2 in Concho, Oklahoma on the Cheyenne Arapaho Native American Indian Reservation. more »»

Tyler County Commission Meeting Held

May 22, 2019 Tyler County Commission met on April 23 for a regular meeting. The session began with Commissioner Mike Smith making a motion to approve the minutes from the April 9 regular meeting. more »»

Sistersville Honors Retiring City Employee

May 22, 2019 At Sistersville’s regular city council meeting May 13, Luke Peters of the Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Council presented Sistersville officials with a presentation on Code Enforcement and associated... more »»

Utt Becomes Tyler Counties Newest Deputy

May 22, 2019 On Wednesday, May 15, at the Tyler County Courthouse Circuit Court Judge Jeffery D. Cramer swore in Tyler Counties newest Sheriff’s Deputy Jason Utt of New Martinsville. more »»

Tyler County 4-H Camp Held Open House

May 15, 2019 By MADDISEN EIDEL Staff Writer The Tyler County 4-H Farm and Community unveiled the changes and improvements made to the Tyler County 4-H Camp and its structures in an open house held on May 5. more »»

Tyler BOE Holds Budget Workshop

May 15, 2019 By MADDISEN EIDEL Staff Writer The Tyler County Board of Education held their regular meeting at Arthur I. Boreman Elementary School on May 6 at 7 p.m. more »»

Tyler County Speedway Announces New Aluminum Bleachers Coming in 2020

May 15, 2019 Rich in tradition — earned through the hard work of many men and women throughout four decades — the Tyler County Speedway remains as a perfect reminder of longstanding grassroots family... more »»

Tyler County Holds Annual National Day of Prayer Event

May 8, 2019 On May 2, Tyler County held it’s annual National Day of Prayer event at the Tyler County Courthouse. The theme of the 2019 NDP was “LOVE ONE ANOTHER”. more »»

Paden City Gets Water Update

May 8, 2019 Joe Parrish — Assistant Director of water, streets and maintenance — brought an update on the levels of Tetrachloroethylene in the Paden City water system. more »»

TC Takes a Tumble in Little Kanawha Game

May 8, 2019 Tyler Consoldated fell to Doddridge County in an LKC PLacement game on Thursday, May 3, at Tyler as the Bulldogs got six runs in the third to take a lead they would not relinquish. more »»

Tyler LEPC Meeting Is Held

May 8, 2019 Businesses, Volunteers, Media, School Personnel, Sheriff’s Department, First Responders, County Commission and others met on Thursday, May 2, for the regular scheduled monthly LEPC meeting at the... more »»

Sistersville Levy Passes During Special Election

May 8, 2019 The city of Sistersville held a Special Levy Election on April 23 with the goal of obtaining additional funds for the Sistersville Park and Pool, Sistersville Public Library, Sistersville Volunteer... more »»

Judge Cramer Addresses Matters in Tyler County Circuit Court

May 8, 2019 James E. Frick, 50, of New Martinsville, appeared before the Honorable Judge Jeffrey Cramer in Tyler County Circuit Court on April 15. Frick entered guilty pleas to the following offenses: Fleeing D. more »»

Judge Cramer Addresses Matters in Tyler County Circuit Court

May 8, 2019 James E. Frick, 50, of New Martinsville, appeared before the Honorable Judge Jeffrey Cramer in Tyler County Circuit Court on April 15. Frick entered guilty pleas to the following offenses: Fleeing D. more »»

 
 
 

 

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