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DOH: Reports Submitted Properly

April 3, 2019 Tyler County DOH Administrator Jeff McKinney is uncertain as to why his handwritten notes, concerning necessary secondary road repairs in Tyler County, were published to the West Virginia Department... more »»

Local Veterans Promote the Wounded Warrior Project

April 3, 2019 For many veterans, coming home after a deployment can be a struggle. more »»

Commission Discusses Red Cross Updates

April 3, 2019 The Tyler County Commission met March 26 at 9 a.m. for a regular meeting. The first order of business covered was acquiring approval of the previous meeting’s minutes. more »»

Council Addresses PCE Contamination At Meeting

April 2, 2019 Over two dozen citizens packed the Paden City council chambers at the municipal building during the April 1 monthly council meeting, all of them seeking answers to the water contamination issue in... more »»

TCHS/MS Bands Host Solo and Ensemble Recitals

March 28, 2019 The Tyler Consolidated High School and Middle School Bands recently hosted two recitals for band members who participated in the West Virginia Music Educators Association’s Solo and Ensemble... more »»

Lincoln Day Dinner Held in Sistersville

March 28, 2019 The Tyler County Republican Executive Committee held its Annual Lincoln Day Dinner on Saturday, March 23 at the First Baptist Church in Sistersvill. more »»

Paden City Offers Water And Holds Town Meeting

March 28, 2019 As a result of the water contamination in the town of Paden City, many residents have made the decision to completely cease use of the water. more »»

Middlebourne Council Meets

March 28, 2019 The Middlebourne Council held a regular meeting on March 11 at 6 p.m. at the city building. more »»

West Virginia Struggles With Foster Care Crisis

March 28, 2019 When one thinks of resources residents are in need of in West Virginia, many minds jump to jobs and other various avenues. However, one need oftentimes overlooked is the foster family crisis. more »»

‘Blown Out of Proportion’

March 20, 2019 Mayor Clyde Hochstrasser believes the issue of Paden City’s water contamination is being “blown out of proportion. more »»

Dominion Energy Gives Update on Crude Oil

March 20, 2019 Residents within the Meadville community were left without a reliable source of heat during frigid weather from March 2-8. This came as a result of crude oil being found in Dominion’s gas lines. more »»

Reward Offered for Information On 2016 Burglary, Assault

March 20, 2019 Tyler County officials are offering a reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for a 2016 burglary and assaul. more »»

Academic Awards Ceremony And Reception Set

March 20, 2019 Peoples Bank will sponsor the 40th Annual Academic Awards Ceremony and Reception to honor students in Grades 5-12 in all Tyler County Schools and Paden City Schools. more »»

Tyler County Commission Holds Regular Meeting

March 20, 2019 The Tyler County Commission held its regular meeting on March 12, 9 a.m. in order to discuss matters involving the county. more »»

Council Agrees To Police Fee Ordinance, Poll Workers’ Raises

March 20, 2019 Sistersville residents might pay more for police protection if council proceeds with the approval and adoption of an ordinance, which would increase the police fee by $2.75 per month. more »»

Multiple VFDs Respond to Dodd Street House Fire

March 19, 2019 On March 17, Middlebourne Volunteer Fire Department (VFD) responded to a structure fire on Dodd Street in Middlebourn. more »»

Ham, Bacon, Egg, Bread Show & Sale Yields $60,350

March 13, 2019 The 69th annual Tyler County Ham, Bacon, Egg, Bread Show and Sale yielded $60,350, while $7,791 was raised for an inaugural Jim & Thelma Ash Tyler FFA Alumni Scholarshi. more »»

Sisters Fest to Feature Home Tours

March 13, 2019 Editor’s Note: Last week’s Sisters Fest story mistakenly stated that registration for Sisters Fest would not be accepted at the door. Registration will be accepted at the door. more »»

TCMS Honor Band Performs in Charleston

March 13, 2019 The Tyler Consolidated Middle School 7th and 8th Grade Band performed their state honor finalist concert this past Friday, March 8th in the Charleston Civic Center. more »»

Three Perform As Part of All-State

March 13, 2019 George Kester, Matthew Riddle, and Makenzie Hakes represented the Tyler Consolidated High School Band this past weekend as members of the West Virginia All-State Band. more »»



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