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Charges Filed in Magistrate Lead to Protests by Activists

December 26, 2018 Animal rights activists led by local resident Brenda Tucker protested in front of the Tyler County Magistrate Office early on Dec. 18 in regards to allegations against Wyatt Kemp, 19, of Tyler County. more »»

Cub Scout Pack Visits Heintzman Tree Farm

December 19, 2018 Cub Scout Pack #128 from New Martinsville visited the Heintzman Christmas Tree Farm recently to learn about trees and earn a special merit badge pin called “Into the Woods. more »»

Veterans Celebrated With Christmas Tree

December 19, 2018 The Town of Middlebourne had its gazebo tastefully decorated for Christmas this year, complete with a beautiful tree, icicle lights, garland, and bows. All of this is because of Auxiliary Unit 48. more »»

Tyler Sheriff’s Office Appreciates New Facility

December 19, 2018 When the Tyler County Sheriff’s Office (TCSO) began to get cramped, the office’s officials knew it was time for a move. more »»

Proposed Garbage Rate Increase Advances

December 19, 2018 Sistersville Council has voted to increase garbage rates, with residents expected to pay an additional $3.39 once an ordinance is passed. more »»

Charges Filed In Magistrate Lead to Protests By Animal Rights Activists

December 19, 2018 Animal rights activists led by local resident Brenda Tucker protested in front of the Tyler County Magistrate Office early on Dec. 18 in regards to allegations against Wyatt Kemp, 19, of Tyler County. more »»

Mother and Daddy Couldn’t Afford It...But Santa Could

December 19, 2018 And finally it’s Christmas. A time for remembrance of happy Christmas past, for enjoying happy Christmas present, of anticipation of happy Christmas future. more »»

Middlebourne Council Discusses Town Business

December 19, 2018 The Middlebourne Council meeting on Dec. 10 was called to order at 6 p.m. The first article of business covered was the Recorder’s Repor. more »»

Sistersville Mayor Issues Boil Order

December 15, 2018 DEC. 15, 12:30 a.m. -- According to Sistersville Mayor Bill Rice, a boil order is in effect for the entire city until further notice. more »»

OEM Headquarters Is Prepared for Disaster

December 12, 2018 Tom Cooper, Director of the Tyler County Office of Emergency Management, occupies storage and office space in the Paden City Industrial Park through a lease agreement with the Tyler County... more »»

Donations Sought for Fire Victims

December 12, 2018 With Christmas just around the corner, everyone is rushing to the nearest stores to get the perfect present for everyone on their list. A Sistersville father of two was not exemp. more »»

Paden City Plans Christmas Celebration

December 12, 2018 Paden City Council met in regular session Monday, Dec. 3 at 7 p.m. in the council chambers at the municipal buildin. more »»

Tyler LEPC Holds Meeting

December 12, 2018 Several grant items were discussed on Thursday, Dec. 6 at Tyler County’s monthly LEPC meeting. more »»

SCSO Celebrates Holiday Season

December 5, 2018 The Sistersville Community Service Organization will again sponsor the annual Christmas parade in Sistersville on Friday, Dec. 7, 7 p.m. “Let It Snow” has been selected as the theme. more »»

Griffin Players Will Present ‘Fiddler on the Roof’

December 5, 2018 The Griffin Players, a combined group of thespians from Magnolia and Paden City high schools, will be presenting, “Fiddler on the Roof” at the Magnolia High School Auditorium. more »»

Taylor’s Trust Fund Lives On

December 5, 2018 It has been six years since the death of 18-year-old Zachary Taylor. Yet, his name endures with the legacy of his carefree and generous spirit. more »»

Tyler Commission Addresses Matters

December 5, 2018 At the Nov. 27 meeting of the Tyler County Commission, Northern Panhandle Workforce Development Board Executive Director Rosemary Guida provided an update on Workforce. more »»

USPS Announces Operations Plan for National Day of Mourning

December 4, 2018 President Donald J. Trump has proclaimed Wednesday, December 5, 2018 as a National Day of Mourning in remembrance of former President George H.W. Bush. more »»

Body Of Missing 19-Year-Old Found

November 30, 2018 EDIT: 6:21 P.. more »»

Community Seeks Football Field Improvements

November 28, 2018 The Tyler County Board of Education held its regularly scheduled meeting at 7 p.m. on Nov. 19 at the board office in Middlebourne. more »»



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