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Graduates Embark on Adult Lives

May 17, 2017 It’s that time of year where school is finishing and graduating students are preparing to get their first taste of the real world. more »»

Welcoming New Businesses to Town

May 10, 2017 We’ve been noticing that there are several new businesses opening in the area. It is wonderful to see people taking initiative with their ideas, and we hope it brings them much success. more »»

Tighten Belts in Charleston, Too

May 2, 2017 Legislators who will gather in Charleston Thursday to resume work on a state budget should not allow themselves to be stampeded by Gov. Jim Justice into a spending plan West Virginians cannot afford. more »»

Ensuring Old Surveys Are Accurate

April 26, 2017 Many people who buy and sell land probably don’t take the phrase “more or less” in describing the size of tracts very seriously. They should — because it can mean a lot less. more »»

Address Unsafe Building Projects

April 19, 2017 One of the pleasures of living in a small town is that municipal government doesn’t try to regulate as much of one’s life as often occurs in larger cities. more »»

Encouraging Excellence in Education

April 12, 2017 Positive reinforcement is the key to persuading human beings to learn and to engage in behavior that benefits them and those around them. Often, a simple pat on the back work. more »»

Seek Help With 4-H Camp Bridge

April 5, 2017 Try asking someone in state government for money to help pay for a local project. These days, with Gov. more »»

Hard to Say Goodbye

March 15, 2017 Moments ago, I was writing a Silver Knights’ track preview about the upcoming season when it hit me that this would be the last article I’d ever write about this team. more »»

Sisters Fest Weekend Celebrates Women

March 15, 2017 Welcome sisters, mothers and ladies to Sisters Fest this weekend. The 18th annual event offers women a chance to bond with each other, and share the stories and values that make sisterhood special. more »»

Loren Romick’s Legacy Lives On

March 8, 2017 Like many, we were shocked Saturday to hear the news of Loren Romick’s passing. more »»

Healthcare Partnership That Will Preserve SGH Quality of Care

March 1, 2017 A proposed sales agreement between Sistersville General and Wheeling Hospital seeks to preserve quality health care in Tyler County. more »»

Local Schools Deserve Kudos

February 22, 2017 Congratulations should be extended to the Tyler Consolidated and Paden City high schools for achieving some of the best graduation rates in the state for the Class of 2016. more »»

Tyler County’s Power is its People

February 15, 2017 “It’s not how much you have, it’s how you use what you do have.” — Longtime Elk Fork farmer John Roberts. No truer words apply to Tyler County or anywhere. more »»

Pipeline Will Bring Jobs to County

February 8, 2017 A major natural gas pipeline slated to cross through Tyler County will bring more jobs and enhance the region’s economy as workers buy goods and services from local businesses. more »»

Tyler County Strong Amid Tragedies

February 1, 2017 Tyler County experienced a very tragic January with the deaths of three people, including a young boy. David Weekley of Pennsboro died in an automobile accident on Jan. 8 on W.Va. more »»

W.Va. Represented at Inaguration

January 25, 2017 A small part of West Virginia was on display for the world to see during the recent inauguration ceremonies for President Donald Trump. more »»

Statoil Committed to Education

January 18, 2017 Statoil deserves a tip of the hat for its generosity to Tyler Consolidated High School. more »»

Queens Are Role Models

January 11, 2017 Tyler County has strong representation at this week’s West Virginia Association of Fairs and Festivals pageant — as it should be. more »»

Making Life Better In W.Va.

January 4, 2017 More than 15 years ago, Linda Duncan, a guidance counselor at Tyler Consolidated Middle School, decided that she wanted to adopt a child. more »»

2016 Was a Year to Remember

December 28, 2016 Tyler County has had an amazing 2016. The Silver Knights’ football team defeated Magnolia during regular season play and earned a spot in the first round of the state playoffs. more »»



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