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Middlebourne Mayor Proclaims Poppy Day

April 25, 2018 Middlebourne Council, at its recent meeting, was presented a plaque by American Legion representative Cathy Post. Post presented a proclamation to be signed by Mayor Seago. more »»

TCHS Students Excel at Welding and Fabrication Skills

April 25, 2018 The SkillsUSA Spring State Leadership Conference (Competition) was held in Fairmont, W.Va. April 13-14. more »»

Paden City Prepares For June 7 Election

April 25, 2018 The City of Paden City will hold an election on June 7, 2018. A Mayor and one member of council from each ward will be elected. more »»

Annual Drug Take Back Day Slated For April 28

April 25, 2018 On Saturday, April 28, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.. more »»

Roger Kimble Eyes Board of Education Seat

April 25, 2018 Roger Kimble is vying for a position on the Tyler County Board of Education. Kimble currently resides on Buck Run with his wife, Sadonna. more »»

Wayne McKeever Is Ready For Re-election

April 25, 2018 Wayne McKeever, Conservation District Supervisor for the Upper Ohio Conservation District, is hoping to keep his position after residents head to the polls for the May 8 primary. more »»

Candidates Share Platforms At Auxiliary Forum

April 25, 2018 Several candidates, vying for a May 8 victory, took to the podium April 20 and shared their platforms and plans for the future. more »»

Tyler Residents Eye Board Seats

April 25, 2018 Several local residents are aiming for three available seats on the Tyler County Board of Education. more »»

People’s Bank Hosts 40th Anniversary Award Ceremony

April 18, 2018 The 40th Annual People’s Bank Awards were held April 10 and 12 in the Tyler Consolidated auditorium to congratulate several students who have been nominated as being in the top 15 percent of their... more »»

U.S. House Candidates Square Off in Wetzel County

April 18, 2018 NEW MARTINSVILLE — Gun control, the opioid crisis and fixing the national healthcare system were among the topics congressional candidates discussed during a Wetzel County debate Tuesday night. more »»

Spoon Lady To Play at Back Home Festival

April 18, 2018 The Back Home Appalachian Arts & Music Festival will welcome Abby the Spoon Lady to downtown New Martinsville on Saturday, June 30. more »»

Delauder Vies For Commission Seat

April 18, 2018 Charlie Delauder has filed to run as a candidate for the Tyler County Commission. He has been married to Pam Hayes of Meadville for the past 41 years. more »»

Fitzwater Files For Commission Post

April 18, 2018 Rod Fitzwater has filed to run as a Republican candidate for the Tyler County Commission and vows honesty, integrity, commitment and dedication to the residents of Tyler County. more »»

Local Libraries Offer Stacks Of Fun

April 11, 2018 This week celebrates National Library Week, and it is a good time to get to know your local libraries in Tyler County. more »»

Pinwheel Campaign Raises Child Abuse Awareness

April 11, 2018 Across the country, April is recognized as Child Abuse Prevention Month. more »»

Possibilities Are Endless for Indian Creek Christian School

April 11, 2018 One could say the sky is the limit for Indian Creek Christian School (ICCS); however, that isn’t really the cas. more »»

P.C. Moves Forward With Water Project

April 11, 2018 At council’s April 2 meeting, Thrasher Engineering representative Dan Drogg and Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Council representative Tim Meeks presented Paden City council with an engineering report for... more »»

P.C. Moves Forward With Water Project

April 11, 2018 At council’s April 2 meeting, Thrasher Engineering representative Dan Drogg and Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Council representative Tim Meeks presented Paden City council with an engineering report for... more »»

Hooked On Fishing Set For April 14

April 11, 2018 The annual Hooked On Fishing, Not on Drugs event will be held April 14 at Conaway Lake. This event is open to all area youth younger than 15. more »»

Archer Eyes Commission Seat

April 11, 2018 Julia Archer, a Democrat from Kidwell, recently announced her bid for Tyler County Commission. more »»

 
 
 

 

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