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Teachers, State Employees Speak Out in Charleston

February 21, 2018 School teachers and public employees in West Virginia are planning a statewide work stoppage as they continue to express concerns about pay and projected hikes in health insuranc. more »»

Winter Brings Wicked Weekend Weather

February 21, 2018 Folks in the Ohio Valley witnessed some wicked winter weather over the weekend. Heavy and steady rains caused creeks, streams, and ditches to overflow Feb. more »»

Grand Jury Returns 11 True Bills

February 21, 2018 The Tyler County grand jury returned 11 true bills to six defendants during the Feb. more »»

Committee Pushes To Save Jug Bridge

February 21, 2018 At its recent meeting, the Tyler County Planning Commission received an update on The Jug Wildlife Management Area. more »»

Tyler Knights Radio Is Growing in Talent and Size

February 21, 2018 Tyler Knights Radio, WRSG 91.5, has expanded and recently made improvements to a second studio located at Tyler Consolidated. more »»

Jr. All-State Choir Performs in Charleston

February 21, 2018 On Jan. 25, students from Tyler Consolidated attended the 2018 West Virginia American Choral Directors Association Conference. more »»

Thomas Announces Candidacy For Commission

February 21, 2018 Steve Thomas, a Republican, is announcing his candidacy for County Commission in Tyler County. more »»

Sistersville Fire Station To Open As Warming Center

February 17, 2018 Tom Cooper (Tyler County Office of Emergency Management) has announced on Feb. more »»

Heavy, Steady Rains Cause Flooding

February 16, 2018 Heavy and steady rains caused creeks, streams, and ditches to overflow Feb. 16, making for flooded roadways in Wetzel and Tyler counties. more »»

Residents Flock To Wellness Center

February 14, 2018 It’s a bitterly cold, snowy and icy Feb. 7 in Tyler County. School has been cancelled for the day due to an overnight ice storm. more »»

West Virginia House Says 2 Percent Raises for Teachers Will Do

February 14, 2018 WHEELING — The West Virginia House of Delegates on Tuesday cautiously approved raises for state police, teachers and school personnel, with many lawmakers saying the raises weren’t enough. more »»

Tyler County Board of Education Discusses PEIA Concerns

February 14, 2018 At a regular Feb. 5 meeting, the Tyler County Board of Education discussed growing concerns over legislation’s proposed one percent raise for teachers and all public employees. more »»

Picture ID Voter’s Card Are Now Available at the Tyler Courthouse

February 14, 2018 With interim elections slated for this spring, residents of Tyler County are reminded to have a valid photo identification when voting. more »»

Former Mayor Pete Thaw Lived Life of Public Service

February 14, 2018 Former Sistersville Mayor Pete Thaw, who passed away on December 28, 2017, began his career of public service in 1958, as an elected member of Sistersville City Council. more »»

Eastham Announces Candidacy for Commission

February 14, 2018 Rosanne Eastham, a Republican from Middlebourne, has announced her candidacy for Tyler County Commissioner. Eastham was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pa. more »»

Tyler BOE Passes Resolution

February 13, 2018 As teachers across the state continue to voice concerns over what they consider to be low pay and out of control health care costs, the Tyler County Board of Education has passed a resolution,... more »»

World War II Veteran Receives Diploma

February 11, 2018 PADEN CITY -- A special graduation ceremony was held Saturday at Paden City High School to honor 90-year-old veteran Carloss Gray. Gray left high school to serve his country during World War II. more »»

Paden City Searches for Answers to Water Problems

February 8, 2018 The topic of water has been a major concern for municipalities throughout the county. Paden City is no exception to this. Council members held a meeting Feb. more »»

Tyler County Awarded Grants for Projects

February 7, 2018 Tyler County was recently awarded grant funds for two major projects. County representatives were present in Charleston Friday, Feb. 2 for the presentation of these funds. more »»

Farmers Exchange Marks Nearly a Century of Service

February 7, 2018 The Farmers Exchange in Middlebourne has been a familiar face for Tyler County’s communities for decades. more »»

 
 
 

 

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