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Such A Disgrace

November 10, 2010 On Thursday as residents of Sistersville gather at the Veterans Memorial Park to celebrate Veterans Day on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, something will be missing. more »»

‘Tis the Season for Donations

November 3, 2010 As Fall changes the landscape around us and cool temperatures dominate our days, we shift our thoughts toward the holidays. more »»

Support the Silver Knights

October 27, 2010 For several weeks we have been doing our part to show the student-athletes at Tyler Consolidated High School that we are behind them 100 percent, regardless of the outcome. more »»

Questioning the Levy

October 20, 2010 Recently, a few questions were posed to us regarding the EMS Levy which will appear on the ballot on Nov. 2. Being a community-minded newspaper staff, we set out to find the answers. more »»

A Child's Christmas

October 13, 2010 This year, Community Resources, Inc. is partnering with the the Jaycee's to assist income eligible families during the Christmas season. more »»

Someone Is Always Watching

October 6, 2010 Your character is defined by what you do and say when you think no one is watching (or no one cares) — but trust us, someone is ALWAYS watching. more »»

Who Will You Call?

September 29, 2010 The citizens who exercises his rights to the fullest by casting a vote is powerful, but the citizen who casts an informed vote holds the keys to his future. more »»

History Repeats Itself

September 22, 2010 By this time, most of the inhabitants of Tyler County are aware of the massive operation in Alma on the property owned by Roger and Sandy Weese. more »»

We’re Different

September 15, 2010 Small town newspapers, we’re different. more »»

Judy is NOT in Spain

September 8, 2010 “Hi, Hope you get this on time, I’m writing this with so much stress on me, I came down here to Madrid in Spain, for a short vacation unfortunately I was mugged at the park of the hotel... more »»

Support Local Business

September 1, 2010 We could fill the newspaper with a laundry list of people and organizations in need of funds. Let’s face it — the economy is terrible, our buildings are empty and our coffers are drying up quickly. more »»

History is ‘Reborn’

August 25, 2010 It could be harolded as the second-coming of Walker Boyd or the reincarnation or visitation of Sistersville’s founder, Charles Wells — but whatever you call ‘it’, the renovation project at the Well... more »»

Going Back-To-School

August 18, 2010 It's school time again! Students may be feeling excited and maybe a little sad that summer is over. (Parents, you may be feeling the opposit. more »»

The Sad Truth

August 11, 2010 It’s sad to think there is someone dwelling among us who gets a thrill from wreaking havoc on the community and causing widespread panic. more »»

See You At The Fair

August 4, 2010 Summer is coming to an end and soon our children will be heading back to school. Thankfully, festivals and fairs afford us another chance to enjoy the best of what summer has to offer. more »»

Handle With Care

July 28, 2010 Life, as they say, is very short. In the twinkling of an eye disaster can strike, splitting the veil between life and deat. more »»

Combating the Addiction

July 21, 2010 Years ago, when we were innocent, drug abuse and addiction was something only a few families dealt with. more »»

Time to Celebrate

July 14, 2010 The annual Picnic in the Park has come and gone, but this celebration was only the beginning of summer activities that are certain to be filled with fun, food, musical entertainment and more. more »»

Celebrating as a community

July 7, 2010 Years ago, when the park was new and people had a strong sense of community, Sistersville’s City Park was filled to capacity with people from all corners of Tyler County (nearly 10,000 people... more »»

The Legacy of a Newspaper Man

June 30, 2010 We offer our sincerest condolences to the family of Bob Kelly, and also to his colleagues. He was a wordsmith, a poet, a story-teller. more »»

 
 
 

 

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