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City Council Mulls Service Fee Increases

November 21, 2018 Sistersville Council discussed several matters Nov. 13 at its regular monthly meeting, including the possibility of raises in police and garbage fees. more »»

Residents Urged to Take Broadband Internet Test

November 21, 2018 At a recent meeting of the Tyler County Commission, Eric Price — senior project manager with Thompson and Litton — informed the commission that the county’s broadband project is quickly moving along... more »»

Man Dies Of Cardiac Arrest While Hunting In Jug WMA

November 20, 2018 An Ohio man died yesterday of a cardiac arrest while hunting in the Jug Wildlife Management area of Tyler County, according to Bradley . more »»

Man Is Okay After Hunting Incident

November 19, 2018 A man hunting in Tyler County was transported to the hospital Monday morning after his gun exploded, causing a small cut to his cheek and hand and temporary hearing loss in one ear. more »»

Route 2 Between Sistersville, Paden City Closed

November 16, 2018 3:32 P.M. -- According to Sistersville Fire-Rescue, Route 2 between Sistersville and Paden City is now open. -- 1:19 P.M. -- The roadway is still closed; crews are still working. -- NOV. 16, 9:20 A.M. more »»

School Hosts Tyler County’s First Girls Rise Up Event

November 14, 2018 Senator Capito was at Sistersville Elementary School Thursday, Nov. 8, hosting one of her Girls Rise Up events. This is Capito’s 16th Girls Rise Up event overall but her first in Tyler County. more »»

The Tradition of Excellence Continues

November 14, 2018 The Tyler Consolidated High School Silver Knights Marching Band recently concluded another highly-successful marching season. more »»

Thoughts on Veterans and Freedom

November 14, 2018 Though the official Veterans Day holiday is behind us — it was Sunday, Nov. more »»

Paden City Council Discusses Water Problems

November 14, 2018 The Paden City Council meeting was held in regular session on Monday Nov. 5 at 7 p.m. in the council chambers of the municipal building. more »»

LEPC Learns Functions Of SIRN Radio Network

November 14, 2018 At the recent meeting of the Local Emergency Planning Committee, Randy Kinsolving of Miller Communications gave a presentation on the history and functions of the West Virginia Statewide... more »»

‘Old Glory’ Flying High

November 7, 2018 Several recently gathered for an important patriotic and solemn purpose, to witness the dedication and presentation of the American Flag, “Old Glory” to the Tyler County 4-H organization by The... more »»

Taps And Armistice Day

November 7, 2018 Editor’s Note: Veterans Day is Sunday, Nov. 11. We thought it would be fitting to run this archived column by the late Adam Kelly, Editor Emeritus. more »»

Paden City High School Marching Band Brings Home the Gold

November 7, 2018 The Paden City High School Marching Band earned several honors at the Seventh Annual WV Marching Band Invitational Championship! Awards included First Place Auxiliary, Outstanding Soloist, and First... more »»

Jug Project to Begin July 2019

November 7, 2018 The Tyler County Development Authority met recently and announced there are plans to begin working on the Jug Project in July 2019. more »»

Chamber Recognizes 200th Member

November 7, 2018 The Wetzel County Chamber of Commerce recently recognized the B&B Buffet, located in Middlebourne, as the chamber’s 200th member. more »»

Cain Retires From Health Department

November 7, 2018 Wetzel-Tyler Health Department Public Health Nurse Karen Cain will be retiring after nearly 29 years of dedicated service. more »»

Tyler County Votes Are Tallied

November 6, 2018 10:06 p.m. -- All precincts have been reported in Tyler County. Republican Michael Smith has defeated Democrat Julia Archer. Smith garnered 1,869 votes, while Archer acquired 927 vote. more »»

Smith Captures Commission Seat

November 6, 2018 Republican Mike Smith has won a seat on the Tyler County Commission, thanks to 1,869 votes votes cast in his favor. This is compared to 927 votes cast for Democrat Julia Arche. more »»

Pethtel, Kelly Receive Delegate Seats

November 6, 2018 Delegate Dave Pethtel, an incumbent Democrat, has retained his Fifth District seat on the West Virginia House of Delegates. more »»

Three Want Delegate Position

October 31, 2018 Three area gentlemen are wanting to capture the WV House of Delegates, District 6 seat — David L. Kelly, a Republican from Sistersville, J. Scott Beaver, an Independent from Sistersville, and T. more »»

 
 
 

 

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