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Resource Officers Requested For Schools

August 8, 2018 At a recent Tyler County Commission meeting, Sheriff Brian Weigle spoke with the commission in regards to school safety and a request to hire a Prevention Resource Officer for Boreman Elementary... more »»

Prevention Coalition Provides Information

August 8, 2018 The Tyler County Prevention Coalition held a regular meeting recently, and members heard from Wayne Worth of the Neighbors in Action program. more »»

Berryman Found Guilty Of Attempted Malicious Wounding

August 8, 2018 According to Tyler County Prosecuting Attorney Luke Furbee, a Tyler County jury found Joshua D. more »»

Missing Swimmer's Body Recovered

August 6, 2018 According to Tyler County Office of Emergency Management officials, Tyler County Search and Rescue joined the West Virginia State Police and rescue services in trying to locate the body of a swimmer... more »»

Anderson Crowned Tyler County Fair Queen

August 1, 2018 Kellsi Anderson was crowned Tyler County Fair Queen at the fair's annual pageant, held July 31. Shayla Griffey was crowned first runner-up, while Shianne Ferrell was named second runner-up. more »»

Cramer Hears Court Matters

August 1, 2018 Judge Jeffrey Cramer presided over the following court cases in Tyler County Circuit Court: Joshua D. Berryman, of 312 East Street, Sistersville, stood before Judge Cramer for the basis of a pretrial. more »»

Tyler PSD Discusses Projects with State DOH

August 1, 2018 The Tyler County PSD recently held its monthly meeting, and Manager Tina Lancaster informed the board members that she has spoken with Josh Norris with the West Virginia Department of Transportation... more »»

Tyler County Plays Host To First Ever Youth Camp

August 1, 2018 Tyler County hosted its first-ever youth camp July 25-27 at the county‚Äôs 4-H grounds. There were approximately 65 campers, divided into three groups varying in age rang. more »»

Tyler Residents Plead Guilty In Federal Court

July 31, 2018 Timothy Lohri, of Williamstown, West Virginia, has admitted to his involvement in methamphetamine, cocaine, and heroin distribution that spanned multiple states, United States Attorney Bill Powell... more »»

2018 Tyler County Fair Queen Candidates Announced

July 25, 2018 The Tyler County Fair Association is excited to announce the candidates for the 2018 Tyler County Fair Queen Pagean. more »»

Ferryboat Festival Is July 27-29

July 25, 2018 The Ohio River Ferryboat Festival is set to make waves this weekend as vendors, music, and more will entertain the masses and celebrate the ongoing vitality of the Sistersville Ferry. more »»

Tyler Fair Is July 30 - Aug. 4

July 25, 2018 The 56th annual Tyler County Fair will be held July 30 to Aug. 4. more »»

Pastor Guild Arrives in Texas

July 25, 2018 Pastor Troy Guild has completed his mission of bicycling over 1,200 miles to meet his family in Texas. Together, Guild and his family have crossed the border to work with missionaries in Mexico. more »»

4 Senses Offers Massages With A Unique Touch

July 25, 2018 4 Senses Massages and Bodywork, located on Doak Street in Middlebourne, is not your typical massage parlor. more »»

Tyler County Man Admits To Selling Methamphetamine

July 20, 2018 WHEELING, WEST VIRGINIA -- Charles C. Williamson, of Sistersville, West Virginia, has admitted to methamphetamine distribution, United States Attorney Bill Powell announced. more »»

Wetzel County Man, Tyler County Woman Admit To Drug Offenses

July 19, 2018 WHEELING, WEST VIRGINIA -- John . more »»

Campbell Crowned as 50th Anniversary Oil & Gas Queen

July 18, 2018 The 2018 West Virginia Oil & Gas Festival Pageant went underway Saturday evening at the Historic Gaslight Theater in Sistersvill. more »»

Local Future Farmers of America Organizations Reap Awards at States

July 18, 2018 The West Virginia FFA state convention was held this past weekend, and local chapters reaped the awards of hard work. more »»

Commissioners Continue to Work on 4-H Grounds

July 18, 2018 The Tyler County Commission met on Wednesday, July 11, and Commission Vice-President John Stender announced he had received an estimate for the Assembly Hall roof at the 4-H grounds. more »»

Middlebourne City Closes Bond For Water Project

July 18, 2018 USDA representative Virginia McDonald met with Middlebourne City Council Friday, July 13 for a special council meeting where Mayor Steve Seago signed all documents finalizing the grant contract with... more »»



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