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Paden City Council Discuss Parking Problems at School

October 18, 2017 Paden City held a council meeting last week to discuss matters needing to be addressed by the cit. more »»

Middlebourne City Council Discuss Water Project

October 18, 2017 Middlebourne City Council members met Monday evening where Mayor Seago reported that the water project has been put on hold due to mussel relocation and bats in trees. more »»

Board of Education Members Discusses New State Testing

October 18, 2017 At the Oct. 16 board meeting, Superintendent Robin Daquilante informed the board members to be on the lookout for a new test required by the state. more »»

Battles of the Bands

October 11, 2017 The Tyler Consolidated High School Silver Knight Marching Band traveled to Elkins this past Saturday, (October 7th) and had great success at the 81st Annual Mountain State Forest Festival. more »»

Tallman to Speak at TCHS Alumni Event

October 11, 2017 Gary Tallman grew up on Elk Fork Road and attended Number 3 School and then Ellsworth Elementary. more »»

Stine Enters Plea Agreement

October 11, 2017 A former Tyler Consolidated Middle School teacher plead guilty Sept. 13 in Tyler County Circuit Court to two misdemeanor counts of contributing to a minor. Jessica N. more »»

Broadband Expansion Discussed

October 11, 2017 The Tyler County Commissioners met last Wednesday where they discussed broadband expansion with Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Council representative Luke Peter. more »»

Kaytlyn Henthorn Selected for NYLF on Medicine

October 11, 2017 Local student Kaytlyn Henthorn has scored the opportunity of a lifetime, as she will head to Washington, D.C. this summer to participate in the National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicin. more »»

Gogan Captures Crown At Harvest Festival Pageant

October 4, 2017 It was a night for beauty and grace as 11 local young ladies took the stage at Arthur I. Boreman Elementary School, in participation of the 2017 Middle Island Harvest Festival Pagean. more »»

BOE Tours SES Upgrades

October 4, 2017 SES Principal Krista DeVaughn gave the Tyler County Board of Education a tour of the new improvements in the SES building at the Oct. 2 meeting. more »»

Paden City Hosts Annual Cardboard Boat Regatta

October 4, 2017 The fourth annual Paden City High School Cardboard Boat Race Regatta was held at Paden City Park Marina on Friday, Sept. 29. The event included students from Paden City and Magnolia High Schools. more »»

Mike Morningstar Documentary Planned at the Gaslight Theater

October 4, 2017 The historic Gaslight Theater in Sistersville will be showing the documentary film, “Mike Morningstar: Here’s to the Working Man” on October 7th. more »»

For All the Marbles

September 27, 2017 The Sistersville Marble Festival went underway this past weekend in Sistersville on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Visitors came from all kinds of locations to observe this classic tradition. more »»

Genesis Healthcare Holds Health Fair

September 27, 2017 Several booths were setup to display their healthcare providing information. more »»

Development Authority Nominations Discussed

September 27, 2017 The Tyler County Commissioners met recently where there was some controversy over the Tyler County Development Authority Board appointments for Sistersville and Friendl. more »»

Arthur I Boreman School Receives Upgrades

September 27, 2017 Tyler County Board of Education held their last meeting at Arthur I Boreman where they were given a tour of the building to observe some of the recent upgrades. more »»

Oil and Gas Festival Is Booming Success

September 20, 2017 The 49th Annual Oil and Gas Festival went underway in Sistersville this past weekend. This year was another success. more »»

Middlebourne Town Council Discusses Business Matters

September 20, 2017 Several matters were addressed at the regular monthly Middlebourne town council meeting, held Monday, Sept. 11. more »»

Sistersville Cracks Down on Water Theft

September 20, 2017 Sistersville Council members met recently where Mayor Rice explained that six people have been prosecuted for water theft and “Sistersville will not tolerate water theft. more »»



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