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Cooper Sentenced in Tyler County Circuit Court

December 11, 2019 On Tuesday, December 3, 2019, Michael Lee Cooper, age 51, formerly of 6684 Tyler Highway, Sistersville, West Virginia, appeared before The Honorable Judge Jeffrey D. more »»

Smith Recognized By State Democrats

December 11, 2019 United States Senator Joe Manchin III joined with Democratic leaders from throughout West Virginia in honoring Raymond “B.B.” Smith as one of West Virginia’s Outstanding Democrats of the Year. more »»

The Challenge Program, Inc. Kicks Off at Paden City High School

December 4, 2019 Students at Paden City High School were recently introduced to The Challenge Program, Inc. during a kick-off assembly at their school. The assembly theme was Future Influencers: #WhyNotM. more »»

Local McDonald’s Is Committed To Supporting Students, Schools

December 4, 2019 McTeacher’s Night is a collaborative effort between McDonald’s and educators to raise money for local schools. more »»

Grow Local Go Local Receives Grant Money

December 4, 2019 The New Martinsville and Paden City Community Gardens each received $1200 grants from the Little Kanawha Resource Conservation and Development Council for the 2020 growing season. more »»

Sistersville Elementary Hosts Veterans Breakfast

November 27, 2019 On November 11, Sistersville Elementary hosted its annual Veterans Breakfast. The event is held each year for veterans and their families to enjoy a free breakfast at the schoo. more »»

Paden City Foundation Recounts Successful Year

November 27, 2019 The Paden City Foundation, Inc. has been a very busy organization during the past 12 months and is thrilled to report a very successful year in terms of special projects and fund raising. more »»

Crisis Center Expands To Tyler

November 27, 2019 Due to recent grant funding, the Family Crisis Intervention Center is now able to provide support to Tyler County. more »»

Morgan Appears In Magistrate Court

November 27, 2019 Troy Scott Morgan, 28, of 200 East Jackson Street, Paden City, was charged with a felony offense of malicious or unlawful assault causing bodily injury with intent to maim, disfigure, disable, or... more »»

Sistersville Holds Veteran’s Day Ceremony

November 20, 2019 Several community members gathered around the Sistersville Veteran’s Memorial Park to honor those who have served our country, past and present, with a heartfelt ceremony. more »»

Cutest Pet Contest Winner Named

November 20, 2019 The Wetzel-Tyler Newspapers recently held a Cutest Pet Contest, and are pleased to announce the winner of this new contest — Remington (Remi) and his owners Ashley McCoy and Ryan Bucher. more »»

Grand Winners of Sistersville Halloween Parade Announced

November 20, 2019 Sistersville Lions Club recently announced the grand winners of the 2019 Sistersville Lions Club Halloween Parade. The two winners are Marylin Foltz and Kason Given. more »»

FFA Members Receive American Degree

November 13, 2019 Five members of the Tyler FFA chapter have been awarded the highest degree attainable in the National FFA Organization. more »»

Sistersville Resident Faces Battery Charge

November 13, 2019 Troy Scott Morgan, 28, of 200 E. Jackson St. Paden City was charged in Tyler County Magistrate Court on November 1, with misdemeanor batter. more »»

Through the Lens: The Jug

November 13, 2019 Not long ago, local artist E. Stanley Yost presented Gladys (Fletcher) Gregg with the original framed painting of the roadside stop, known as “The Jug. more »»

Halloween Coloring Contest Winners Are Announced

November 13, 2019 The Wetzel-Tyler Newspapers are pleased to announce the winners of our annual Halloween Coloring Contest — ten year old Imary Snider, daughter of Lee Bonar and Angela Snider, and six year old Leah... more »»

The Lighthouse CAC Seeks Community Support

November 6, 2019 The Lighthouse Child Advocacy Center, located at 102 West Main Street in Paden City, is a child-friendly facility with staff that works to provide children and families professional, compassionate... more »»

Sliver Knights Band Crowned Grand Champions

November 6, 2019 The Tyler Consolidated High School Band competed at the 65th Annual West Virginia Black Walnut Festival on October 12th in Spencer. more »»

Sliver Knights Band Crowned Grand Champions

November 6, 2019 The Tyler Consolidated High School Band competed at the 65th Annual West Virginia Black Walnut Festival on October 12th in Spencer. more »»



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