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Paden City Council Members Hear Concerns Over Survey Issue

August 23, 2017 Paden City council members held their monthly meeting where citizens were given the opportunity to speak with city officials over their concerns with the city. more »»

Valley Praise Fest Offers Faithful Fun

August 23, 2017 Valley Praise Fest will be celebrating its 8th year of good, wholesome family fun on Saturday, Aug. 26. Festivities will be held from 5-9 p.m. more »»

Tyler County Courthouse Has Busy Day

August 23, 2017 The Tyler County Courthouse was busy last week as Judge David W. Hummel Jr, heard several cases in Tyler County Circuit Court. Steven M. more »»

Tyler County Museum Offers Historic Look of County

August 16, 2017 By Chad Turner Staff Writer The Tyler County Museum, located on Dodd Street in Middlebounre, has a wide variety of historic relics to look ove. more »»

Tyler County LEPC Discuss Emergency Notifications

August 16, 2017 The Tyler County Local Emergency Panning Committee held their monthly meeting on Thursday. more »»

Commissioners Receive Report On Cellular Service

August 16, 2017 Tyler County Commissioners mt last week where they were given a report by Bonnie Henthorn of the Tyler County BOE, who attended the recent cell phone service meeting in Marietta OH recently. more »»

Evou Arrested, Charged With Possession

August 16, 2017 Tyler County Sheriff’s Office deputies made quite the discovery on Wednesday, Aug. 9, after conducting a traffic stop. The stop resulted in the arrest of Bruce Allen Evou, Jr., of St. more »»

TSN Wins Awards at Convention

August 16, 2017 The Tyler Star News was recognized with nine editorial and advertising awards at the West Virginia Press Association Convention, held Aug. 3-5 at Canaan Valley Resort. more »»

Tyler County Fair Reaches New Heights

August 9, 2017 The 55th Annual Tyler County Fair went off without a hitch last week. more »»

Make-A-Wish Comes True at the Tyler County Fair

August 9, 2017 Luctricia White was invited to be a part of the Rodeo at the Tyler Fair this year through Make-A-Wish. She has Pulmonary and Renal Stenosis..ASD (holes in the heart)... more »»

McKinley Visits Tyler Officials

August 9, 2017 West Virginia House of Representative David McKinley was in Middlebourne Thursday to meet with several of the elected officials of Tyler County. more »»

Meko to Display at Grave Creek Mound Museum

August 9, 2017 Amy Meko, self-taught artist and photographer of Paden City, will have her creations on display at the Grave Creek Mound Museum in Moundsville, for the month of Augus. more »»

A New Queen is Crowned

August 2, 2017 The 2017 Tyler County Fair Pageant was held Monday night at the main stage located at the Tyler County Fairgrounds. There were several people in attendance to watch the crowning of the new queen. more »»

Ohio River Ferryboat Festival Offers a Great Time

August 2, 2017 The third annual Ohio River Ferryboat Festival was held this past weekend in Sistersville, WV and Fly, OH despite the best efforts of mother nature. more »»

County Surveyor’s Duties Discussed

August 2, 2017 Tyler County Commissioners met last Wednesday where County Surveyor Roy Haught conversed with the commissioners about some of his duties as the county surveyor. more »»

Tyler County Board of Education Approves Several Requests

August 2, 2017 The Tyler County Board of Education met on Monday evening where Matt Jennings, TCHS Band Director, requested permission to take the Tyler Consolidated Marching Band to the following events: Football... more »»

Middlebourne Under Boil Order

July 28, 2017 The Town of Middlebourne still remains under a precautionary boil water order. The order was posted yesterday, July 27, and affects the town's entire water system. more »»

Locals Compete For Fair Royalty

July 26, 2017 Several young Tyler County ladies will vie for a position of fair royalty on Monday, July 31, the first evening of the Tyler County Fair. Seven are competing for the title of Tyler County Fair Quee. more »»

Residents Frustrated by Deteriorating Roads

July 26, 2017 Several members of Tyler County have becoming increasingly frustrated with certain conditions that have come along with the recent gas drilling increase. more »»

PCHS’ Future Looks Bright

July 26, 2017 Several years ago, with the Wetzel County Board of Education facing budget problems and enrollment at Paden City High school on the decline, the future of the community’s high school looked bleak. more »»

 
 
 

 

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