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Students Applauded For Their Hard Work

April 20, 2016 Some local students were honored recently for their hard work in the classroom at the annual Peoples Bank Academic Awards Ceremony. more »»

A Step Forward

April 13, 2016 Sistersville City Council has taken a first step toward making needed infrastructure improvements to the city’s water system. more »»

Dawson Will be Missed

April 6, 2016 The Tyler County Community should brace itself for the loss of a man of the cloth, Reverend Bill Dawson of the Sistersville United Methodist Churc. more »»

Editorial (Boggs Strong)

March 30, 2016 For months our local area has been connected with the Boggs family and Matt’s battle with cancer. Matt’s battle ended this morning, shortly before our paper went to press. more »»

Time With Family Is Joy of Easter

March 23, 2016 Easter Sunday is around the corner, which means not only egg hunts, but a chance to spend quality time spent with family and friends. more »»

Support Urged for Ham, Bacon, Egg Sale

March 9, 2016 The Star News would like to encourage everyone to come out and support the 66th Tyler Ham, Bacon and Egg Sale this Thursday at Tyler Consolidated High Schoo. more »»

Community Comes Together for Boggs

March 2, 2016 The people of Tyler County deserve praise for coming together to support Matt Boggs, who has terminal cancer. more »»

City Must Do Something About Leaks

February 24, 2016 Sistersville Mayor Bill Rice wants City Council to consider the possibility of purchasing radio-read water meters. He contends that new meters will better alert City Hall about water leaks. more »»

Key to Relationships Is Time

February 10, 2016 With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, it is important to consider what makes a strong, lasting relationship. more »»


February 3, 2016 Candidates and elections are in the news this week because of the Iowa caucuses and the upcoming New Hampshire presidential primary. more »»

Winter Storm Brings Out the Best

January 27, 2016 Winter Storm Jonas was a monster, but it brought out the best in Tyler Countians. Heavy snow fell throughout the region leaving roads, sidewalks and driveways covered with tons of the white stuff. more »»

Newspaper Offers a Tip of the Hat

January 20, 2016 Many in the community were alarmed Saturday to learn of a reported home invasion on Oil Ridge Road. The Tyler County Sheriff’s Office is working hard to find the suspects. more »»

BOE President Choosing Homeschool

January 13, 2016 Tyler Board of Education President Bonnie Henthorn has decided to take her two children out of the school system she was elected to represent and homeschool them. more »»

Fate of Home a Tough Choice

January 6, 2016 The Tyler County Commissioners have a very hard decision to make when it comes to the Tyler County Home. more »»

Resolve to Improve Year-Round

December 30, 2015 Well, another Christmas has come and gone, and another new year is fast approaching. With each new year, many of us make a resolution to change something about ourselves when the calendar changes. more »»

Famous Thoughts on Christmas

December 23, 2015 There are only two days until Christmas. Two! Where has the year gone? Soon, 2016 will be upon us, and we will start ane. more »»

Importance of Quality Healthcare

December 16, 2015 The Sistersville General Hospital is putting the finishing touches on its new rural health clinic in Middlebourne. more »»

‘Shop With a Cop’ Deserves Praise

December 8, 2015 Kudos to local law enforcement for their “Shop with a Cop” program. more »»

‘Shop With a Cop’ Deserves Praise

December 8, 2015 Kudos to local law enforcement for their “Shop with a Cop” program. more »»

Marching Band Is Like a Family

December 2, 2015 A high school marching band is more than just a band. It’s a group of people who spend so much time together, they become like famil. more »»



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