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Tyler County Affected By Severe Weather

May 16, 2018 Areas of Tyler County appeared to get especially hit hard with severe weather Tuesday evening, as schools were closed Wednesday and several communities were without electricity as of Wednesday... more »»

Paden City Council Recognizes Officer Bailes for Heroism

May 16, 2018 Paden City Council recently held its monthly meeting and began its proceedings on a positive note. The council honored Paden City Officer Raphe Bailes for recent heroic actions. more »»

LEPC Educated on Radioactive Materials

May 16, 2018 At Tyler County’s recent Local Emergency Planning Committee meeting, Ray Renaud, with the Wetzel County LEPC, gave a presentation on “Radiation Hazards Along Local Roadways. more »»

Local Girl To Participate In Guild Idol

May 16, 2018 Kiara Hughes, an eighth grade student at Tyler Consolidated Middle School, will participate in the May 19th Actors Guild Idol fundraising competitio. more »»

Williamson Honored With JROTC Award

May 16, 2018 Christian Michael Williamson, son of Bill and Bev Williamson of Dallastown, Pennslyvania and grandson of Bill and Ramona Williamson of Friendly, West Virginia, was awarded the JROTC Scottish Rite... more »»

Prom Promise Teaches Students the Dangers of Drinking and Driving

May 16, 2018 Prom Promise, a mock accident, was held at Tyler Consolidated on May 4 and served as an opportunity for students to become aware of the many risks involved with drinking and driving. more »»

W.Va. Secretary of State Prays With Tyler County

May 9, 2018 Thursday, May 3 was recognized as the National Day of Prayer, and several members of the community gathered at the Tyler County Courthouse in Middlebourne, joining Secretary of State Mac Warner to... more »»

Smith, Archer Will Vie For Commission Seat

May 9, 2018 Republican Mike Smith will face off against Julia A. Archer (Democrat) in November for a vacant seat on the Tyler County Commission. Smith was a clear frontrunner compared to other Republicans. more »»

Ebert Brothers Set to Perform Mother’s Day Show Saturday

May 9, 2018 Mother’s Day is almost here, and the Ebert Brothers Family & Friends are making the occasion with a special show slated for May 12, 7 p.m. at the Lincoln Theater in New Martinsville. more »»

Relay for Life Plans Evening Of ‘HOPE’

May 9, 2018 An evening of “HOPE” has been planned by the Tyler County Relay for Life Committee. This year’s Relay for Life will be held on Friday evening June 8 at the Tyler County Fair Grounds. more »»

Lighthouse Sponsors Coloring Contest

May 9, 2018 In recognition of Child Abuse Prevention month, The Lighthouse Child Advocacy Center recently held a pinwheel coloring contest for grades K-3 in Tyler County. more »»

From The Archives: Thoughts For Mother's Day

May 9, 2018 Shirts. My thoughts for this Mother’s Day do not run in the direction of flowers, cards or candy but toward shirts and pocket. more »»

PSD Fixes Elk Fork Water Line

May 9, 2018 The Tyler County Public Service District met recently, and board members were informed the Elk Fork water line work has been complete. more »»

Tyler County Commissioners Are Adamant About Safety

May 9, 2018 Tyler County Commissioner David Kelly recently reported he and Sheriff Weigle have been researching grants in order to find money available for the hiring of more Resource Officers for the schools o... more »»

TCHS Announces Prom Court

May 2, 2018 The Tyler Consolidated High School Silver Knights have announced the prom court for 2018. more »»

Tyler Students Excel at W.Va. State Fair

May 2, 2018 Tyler County Schools had plenty to brag about at the West Virginia State Social Studies Fair on April 27. more »»

Community Outreach Day Slated for May 5

May 2, 2018 A special Community Outreach Family Fun Day will be held in New Martinsville on May 5, noon to 6:30 p.m. This event, sponsored by Tri-County Combating Addiction With Grace, will be held at Bruce Park. more »»

Area Marks Day Of Prayer

May 2, 2018 Wetzel and Tyler residents will be doing their part in marking May 3 as the National Day of Prayer. The local weekly newspapers have received several submissions for events happening that day. more »»

Commission Candidates Answer Questions

May 2, 2018 As part of its May 8 primary election coverage, the Tyler Star News mailed each Tyler County Commission candidate a simple questionnaire and request for brief bi. more »»

Senator Manchin Hosts Career Fair at Paden City

May 2, 2018 United States Senator Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) hosted a career fair April 25 at Paden City High School. Although the senator was not present, due to his work in Washington, D.C. more »»



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