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PC Council Informed On Sewer Updates

November 15, 2017 Paden City held a special council meeting last Thursday which began with Mayor Stead addressing council concerning open discussion between the mayor and council and the restructuring of some of the... more »»

ALICE Training Available for Local Churches

November 15, 2017 The Tyler County Sheriff’s Office would like to extend their services to any church in Tyler County. The Tyler County Sheriff’s Office has two certified ALICE Instructors in the department. more »»

Tyler County Hosts Annual Shop With a Cop

November 8, 2017 Christmas is a time of joy and giving. In an effort to give back to the community, the Tyler County Sheriff’s Office will again participate in the “Shop With a Cop” program this holiday season. more »»

Kimble Discusses Test Results

November 8, 2017 Director of Child Nutrition, Safety, Testing and Student Services Amanda Kimble and Executive Director of Curriculum and Instruction Susan Boyle attended the Tyler County Board of Education Nov. more »»

Sistersville Urges Residents to Avoid Overflow Streams

November 8, 2017 The city of Sistersville Sanitary Board own and operates a wastewater collection and treatment system. more »»

Paden City Discusses City Recorder Replacement Options

November 8, 2017 Paden City held their council meeting where they firstly expressed their condolences on the recent passing of City Recorder Tammy Billite. more »»

Man Pleads To Firearm Charge

November 8, 2017 WHEELING — Jamie Villono, of Sistersville, West Virginia, was sentenced today to 46 months incarceration for illegally possessing firearms, United States Attorney William J. Powell announced. more »»

Excise Tax Increase Passed For Tyler County

November 8, 2017 An excise tax has recently passed in Tyler County. more »»

Tyler County 4-H Leaders Host Fall Festival

November 1, 2017 The Tyler County 4-H Leaders held a Fall Fest event where vendors were able to setup and promote heir respective businesses. more »»

Tyler County Commissioners Discuss Multiple Levies

November 1, 2017 Tyler county Commissioners held their biweekly meeting last week where Jimmy Wade of the Shirley VFD asked the commissioners about the progress of the fire levy. more »»

Paden City Hosts Boo in the Park

November 1, 2017 Paden City hosted Boo in the park last week where local kids could dress up for Halloween and take part in the many stations and activities setup at Paden City’s Park. more »»

PCDA, Friendly Lions Make Donation to Band

November 1, 2017 The Paden City Development Authority and the Friendly Lions Club sponsor weekly bingo, every Tuesday, at the Paden City H&R Building Reception Hall. more »»

Christmas Ornament Painting Contest Is Set

November 1, 2017 There will be a Tyler County Christmas ornament contest set up for Tuesday 6:00pm, November 7th located at the city building in Sistersville. more »»

Think BIG Forums Scheduled In Middlebourne This Month

November 1, 2017 What do you want to see for the future of Middlebourne? Join the Community Foundation for the Ohio Valley for the first of two THINK BIG Middlebourne Community Forums on Wednesday, November 8, 2017... more »»

Paden City Discusses Water Problems

October 25, 2017 Paden City held a special council meeting last week where they officially selected Ken Stead as the new mayor of Paden City. “ I look forward to the opportunity. more »»

Indictees Arraigned in Tyler County Circuit Court

October 25, 2017 Judge David W. Hummel issued warrants for the arrrest of two defendants for failing to appear for Thursday’s arraignments in the Tyler County Circuit Court. Dustin E. more »»

Sistersville Holds Special Meeting to Discuss Water Options

October 25, 2017 There was a special meeting at the city building in Sistersville last Wednesday where Mayor Rice, several council members and other guests discussed the options for Sistersville’s waterworks moving... more »»

“Hansel & Gretel” Enchants Young & Old At Lincoln Theater

October 25, 2017 ArtsLink’s 2017-18 Concert Series continues on Sunday, October 29 with a performance of Hansel & Gretel by the Oglebay Institute Youth Ballet. more »»

Improvements Made At Oak Wood Cemetery

October 18, 2017 Oak Wood Cemetery has had some improvements made over the summer and fall. There has been a large amount of brush cleared from the old metal fences. more »»

 
 
 

 

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