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Capito Announces $3.1 Million for Flood Recovery

February 19, 2019 WASHINGTON, D.C. -- U.S. Senator Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va. more »»


February 14, 2019 Here it is coming up on Valentine’s Day again, not one of my favorite events of the year. more »»


February 13, 2019 There are many famous love stories throughout history. One’s mind typically jumps to “Romeo and Juliet” when thinking of such stories. more »»

TCMS 7/8 Band Named 2019 State Honor Band

February 13, 2019 The Tyler Consolidated Middle School 7th and 8th Grade Band has been named the 2019 West Virginia Middle School State Honor Band. more »»

Tyler County Restoration Committee Distributes Funds

February 13, 2019 The Tyler County Restoration Committee has folded, but as a last act, the entity has decided to give the funds it raised to preserve the Tyler County Home to several historical and community-minded... more »»

Tyler County Schools Awarded

February 13, 2019 The Tyler County Board of Education held a regular meeting on Feb. 4 at 7 p.m. more »»

Parts Of Sistersville Under Boil Order

February 12, 2019 FEB. 15 -- The boil order for Cemetery Hill has been lifted. -- UPDATE -- In a Facebook post at around 9 p.m., Feb. more »»

Tyler Consolidated Choir Members Attend Conference

February 6, 2019 Eight students from Tyler Consolidated attended the 2019 West Virginia American Choral Director’s Association Conference Jan. 24-26. more »»

Local Business Booming

February 6, 2019 Within the past few years, Tyler County has seen an influx of new businesses, many of them being locally-owne. more »»

Bombshell Hair Studio Celebrates Four Years

February 6, 2019 Bombshell Hair Studio — owned and operated by Brooke LeMasters — celebrated four years of service to the community on Saturday, Feb. 2. more »»

Tyler County woman indicted on threat charges

February 5, 2019 WHEELING, WEST VIRGINIA -- Taryn Corinne Henthorn, of Middlebourne, West Virginia, was indicted by a federal grand today on threat charges, United States Attorney Bill Powell announced. more »»

Fugitive Captured In Tyler County

January 31, 2019 A man wanted for criminal charges in Harrison County was captured Thursday, Jan. 31 in Tyler County. more »»

Sistersville Acquires New Garbage Truck

January 30, 2019 The town of Sistersville has faced many issues with the town’s garbage trucks being frequently out of commission. Although the town owned two trucks, both were continuously faulty. more »»

Sistersville First UMC Begins ‘Faith Hands’ Program

January 30, 2019 Noticing fellow residents living from paycheck to paycheck, and struggling to get by, a local parishioner at the Sistersville First United Methodist Church knew she had to take action. more »»

PSC Encourages Compliance with Frontier Focused Management Audit

January 30, 2019 CHARLESTON, WV -– The Public Service Commission today encouraged Frontier West Virginia and Citizens Telecommunication Company of West Virginia to revise and complete their filings in the Focused... more »»

Commissioners Approve Matters

January 30, 2019 A regular meeting of the Tyler County Commission was called to order at 9 a.m. on Jan. 22. more »»

Chamber Organizes Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Haught Heads Barbershop

January 30, 2019 Haught Heads Barbershop is a recent addition to Sistersville’s local businesses and the Wetzel County Chamber of Commerc. more »»

Sheriff's Office Reports Fatal Route 18 Accident

January 28, 2019 The Tyler County Sheriff's Office has reported that two individuals have died as the result of a Jan. 27 transportation accident involving the water bottle truck in which they were traveling. more »»

Development Authority Clears Way for Broadband

January 23, 2019 Thompson and Litton a Blue Ridge Advisory Services Group, addressed the Tyler County Development Authority and other concerned citizens Jan. 17 on Tyler County’s broadband expansion endeavors. more »»

Huntington District Selects Deputy Operations Chief

January 23, 2019 The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Huntington District announced that Dale Smith of Middlebourne, W.Va. has been selected as the district’s new Deputy Operations Chief. more »»



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