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Debate is debated

October 1, 2014 If you read the letters to the editor on this page, it is obvious the upcoming debate detailed in the article at right is a subject of much, well, debate. more »»

Other Voices

September 17, 2014 BY?REV. BILL? DAWSON (Re. more »»

Thank you

September 3, 2014 As we stated a few weeks ago, we supported the idea of hiring another deputy for the Tyler County Sheriff’s Offic. more »»

Nothing to do?

August 27, 2014 It always amazes us when people, particularly young people, say there is nothing to do in this area. more »»

Divine intervention

August 20, 2014 Deloris Placer is uninjured. Delbert Rush is still with us. Those might be the best unwritten headlines in this week’s Tyler Star News. more »»

Like a family

August 13, 2014 We are a community. We are a family. Like a family, we have our black sheep and we have our saints. We also have those who try to act like both. We have a weird aunt or uncle here or ther. more »»

The last hurrah

August 6, 2014 Before the kids of Tyler County start back to school next week, on Thursday, we hope they’ll get the chance to attend the Tyler County Fair and have one last hurrah of summer vacation. more »»

A real need

July 30, 2014 We aren’t pompous enough to say we fully understand the county’s finances. Honestly, we don’t know if the county can afford more deputies. But we do know that they are neede. more »»

Lives well lived

July 23, 2014 The Ash family, of Alma, has certainly seen their highs and lows lately. more »»

Heavy hearts

July 16, 2014 Maybe it’s exacerbated by the fact that we just finished the obituary page, but we put this week’s Tyler Star News “to bed” with heavy hearts. more »»

Back to school?

July 9, 2014 As soon as the Fourth of July is over, the stores begin putting out their “Back To School” items. They’ve probably been doing this for years, so you’d think we’d be used to it by now, but we aren’. more »»

Exaggerated Death

July 2, 2014 “The reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated,” -- Mark Twain It may be the famous author who first said that phrase, but it can, surprisingly, be used in several applications. more »»

Community support

June 25, 2014 Community support comes in so many different forms. There is emotional support—the kind that says, “I agree with you. more »»

That special place

June 18, 2014 While attending Sistersville High School’s Alumni activities this year, Bill Breneman took the accompanying photo of SHS and wrote the following poem about the experience. more »»

Patience, patience

June 11, 2014 Everybody is in a hurry and everybody wants everything done, yesterday. School is out and vacation trips loom on the very near horizon. more »»

Dawson is awarded Kelly scholarship

June 4, 2014 Tyler Consolidated High School senior Amanda Dawson is this year’s recipient of the Adam R. Kelly Memorial Scholarship Awar. more »»

Sun shines on SHS

May 28, 2014 We’ve heard it said, “It never rains on Sistersville’s Alumni Weekend.” Whether that is technically true or not (we don’t have the weather records), we know it was true this weekend. more »»

Participation not necessary

May 21, 2014 Like the rest of the community, we are outraged over the fact that a child was injured when he came across a discarded syringe in the creek by the City Park last week. more »»

That’s that?

May 14, 2014 So that’s that? We doubt it. What in Tyler County are we talking about? The sale of three lots on Westchester Avenue in Middlebourne. more »»

Commitment to excellence = results

May 7, 2014 As we celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week and National Teacher Day, it is a great time to reflect on the accomplishments of our staff and our students. more »»



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