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Flooding Impacts Local Area

January 12, 2018 Some wicked winter weather wreaked havoc on Wetzel and Tyler counties Jan. 12 after Thursday night and Friday morning rains led to flooding. more »»

Blind Dog Offers Unique View on Life

January 10, 2018 Bartimeaus, otherwise known as “Buster,” is a six-month-old dog who has been recently adopted by Pastor Darrell Mayfield and his wife Betty. more »»

Filing Opens for Municipal Offices in Sistersville

January 10, 2018 Sistersville City Recorder Chad Edwards announced that the window for prospective candidates to file for municipal office in the City of Sistersville begins Jan. 8 and ends Jan. 27. more »»

Local Family Becomes Victim to House Fire

January 10, 2018 Tom and Cindy Moore experienced the tragic and unthinkable loss of their Gamble Run home last week, due to a house fire.The fire occurred around 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday,Jan. 3. more »»

Morrisey Alerts Consumers to Utility Scam

January 10, 2018 CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey urged consumers to beware of impostor scams, particularly ones involving callers who claim to represent utility companies. more »»

Union Bank Gives Locally

January 10, 2018 On Dec. 29, Brenda Smith (Assistant VP/Branch Manager II, of Union Bank, Inc.) presented, on behalf of the Middlebourne branch of Union Bank, local organizations with an annual holiday donation. more »»

Paden City Seeking Council Member for Ward Three

January 5, 2018 A motion passed at the Jan. 2 Paden City Council meeting to accept Mark "Rick" Casteel to the previously-vacant Ward One council seat. more »»

The Jug: A Piece of Tyler County History

January 3, 2018 The Jug in Middlebourne is a well known piece of history in Tyler County, along with its proprieter Gladys Gregg. The Jug was built in 1921 when two adjacent sections of land were still connected. more »»

ArtsLink Ready to Kick Off Its 17th Year

January 3, 2018 ArtsLink, the arts council of Wetzel and Tyler counties, will kick off its 17th year with the annual meeting scheduled for 6 p.m. Monday, January 8, at the Francis Creative Arts Cente. more »»

Union Bank Donates To Many Local Entities

January 3, 2018 Area first responders were recognized recently with donations from Union Bank. more »»

Minor’s Probation Revoked

January 3, 2018 Judge Jeffrey D. Cramer revoked a St. Mary’s woman’s probation sentence during a Dec.11 Tyler County Circuit Court session. Julia A. more »»

2018 Trout Stocking Season Begins Jan. 2 in W.Va.

January 3, 2018 The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources will start the 2018 trout stocking season Jan. 2, according to Paul Johansen, chief of DNR Wildlife Resources Section. more »»

Veterans Christmas Tree in Middlebourne Stands to Remember Local Heroes

December 27, 2017 A Christmas tree located at the gazebo on Main Street, Middlebourne, stands to honor veterans this holiday season. more »»

2017... A Year In Review

December 27, 2017 The year 2017 brought much news to Tyler County. Check out a portion some of the news-making stories belo. more »»

Tyler County LEPC Explains Use of Grant Funds

December 27, 2017 Tyler County LEPC met recently and discussed the use of several grants that have been applied for and accepted. more »»

Antero to Get Water From Tyler County PSD

December 27, 2017 Tyler County PSD Manager Tina Lancaster said the PSD is still in discussion with Antero over the company’s interest in purchasing water to use for concrete work at its Next Road location. more »»

PCHS Inducts New Honor Society Members

December 27, 2017 Paden City High School recently held its induction for members of the National Honor Society. This is Belinda Slider-Baker’s first year as the PCHS National Honor Society Adviser. more »»

Veterans Christmas Tree in Middlebourne Stands to Remember Heroes

December 21, 2017 A Christmas tree located at the gazebo on Main Street, Middlebourne, stands to honor veterans this holiday season. more »»

Rover Pipeline Donates To First Responders

December 20, 2017 Rover Pipeline Spokesperson Alexis Daniel recently presented donations to local county emergency management agencies, supporting area first responders. more »»

Tyler Schools Levy Passes With 511 in Favor

December 20, 2017 According to Tyler County Schools Superintendent, Robin Daquilante, the school levy renewal has passed with a total of 511 in favor of the levy, while 70 were opposed. more »»



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