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Commissioners Updated On Pipeline Proposal

February 15, 2017 MIDDLEBOURNE -- The Tyler County Commissioners held their first meeting of February where Dominion Director Bob Orndorff and Christine Mitchell, external affairs and state/local government affairs... more »»

Peoples Bank Hires New Manager in Sistersville

February 15, 2017 SISTERSVILLE -- Peoples Bank recently hired Jonathan Kerns as branch manager for its Sistersville location. more »»

‘They’re Good People’

February 15, 2017 Editor’s note: This is the final installment of the life and times of the one of Tyler County’s premier farming families – the Roberts’ clan. more »»

City Council Discusses Service For Ambulance

February 15, 2017 SISTERSVILLE — City council discussed Sistersville Volunteer Fire Department’s amended contract with an emerging ambulance service during Monday’s meeting. more »»

A Century of Family Farming in Tyler

February 8, 2017 ELK FORK — For more than a 100 years, the Roberts’ family farm has stood as a testament to the solid values that have made Tyler County a special place to liv. more »»

Roberts' Wisdom, Peoples Bank, Scores

February 3, 2017 Good morning Tyler County. The quote of the day which may inspire the time ahead comes from retired Tyler County Magistrate John Roberts. more »»

Commissioners Asked to Join Opioid Suit

February 1, 2017 MIDDLEBOURNE — John Turak of the law firm Gold, Khoury and Turak presented a proposal to the Tyler County Commission that asked them to join in with five other counties in the northern panhandle in... more »»

Woman Charged After Stabbing

February 1, 2017 NEW MARTINSVILLE — A Williamstown woman remains in jail after allegedly stabbing her husband on Saturday, Wetzel County Prosecutor Tim Haught said toda. more »»

Fire Claims Life of Boy in Middlebourne

February 1, 2017 MIDDLEBOURNE — Lawrence and Tiffany Evans’ family have searched for meaning in the wake of a tragic fire that killed their 9-year-old son Hunter Wiley and destroyed their hom. more »»

Pastor Cites Scripture To Help Others Cope With Tragedy

February 1, 2017 SISTERSVILLE — Pastor Tim Kelley of Sistersville’s United Methodist Church addressed the tough month filled with three tragic deaths in Tyler County. more »»

Paden City OKs First Reading of Fee Increase

February 1, 2017 PADEN CITY — City council approved the first reading of a proposed increase in municipal fees, gave a thumbs up to a horror movie and signed onto dates for the upcoming municipal election. more »»

Freedom of Information Act Serves Public

January 25, 2017 SISTERSVILLE -- The Freedom of Information Act allows the public access and preserves the transparency of government. more »»

Three Picked For Vacant Senate Seat

January 25, 2017 PARKERSBURG -- Two of the three nominees for a vacancy in the West Virginia Senate 2nd District are from Tyler and Wetzel counties. more »»

Small Town Values March In Washington, D.C.

January 25, 2017 SISTERSVILLE -- A boy, who grew up in small town America, proudly marched in a parade at the recent inauguration for President Donald Trum. more »»

Brown Sentenced for Ponzi Scheme

January 25, 2017 WHEELING -- The kingpin of an investment crime that Wetzel County Prosecutor Timothy Haught has called the largest Ponzi scheme in West Virginia history was sentenced Monday to more than 10 years in... more »»

County Commissioners Review VFD Ordinance

January 18, 2017 MIDDLEBOURNE -- A.I. Boreman Elementary School student Layla Williamson is passionate about her cause — preserving the County Home. During the Jan. more »»

Ambulance Service Issue Discussed In Sistersville

January 18, 2017 SISTERSVILLE -- City council will meet Thursday to discuss its contract with the city’s volunteer fire department as it relates to an emerging ambulance service. more »»

Tyler Court Serves Justice

January 18, 2017 MIDDLEBOURNE -- Among other pressing cases, Circuit Court Judge David Hummel Jr. more »»

Daquilante Praises Teachers, Statoil for Mini-Grants

January 18, 2017 MIDDLEBOURNE -- Several science teachers at Tyler Consolidated High School recently were awarded minigrants from Statoil to support projects in their classes for which other funds may not be... more »»



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