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Nothing Left To Lose

February 23, 2011 In this week’s Tyler Star News, you will find an article written by the talented Judy Light, who is perhaps better known as our sportswriter/photographer extraordinair. more »»

Big City Entertainment

February 16, 2011 The audience settled into their seats, popcorn in hand, anxiously awaiting the show. On the stage stood a brightly colored backdrop. more »»

. . . Now the work begins

February 9, 2011 Ahhhh . . . we love it when a plan comes together. There is nothing like success to instill hope in an organizations heart. more »»

Volunteers Sought

February 2, 2011 Relay For Life is the main cancer volunteer-driven fundraising event of the American Cancer Society. The objective of the Relay is to raise money for cancer research and cancer patients. more »»

Supplementing a Superstore

January 26, 2011 Many years ago, before the birth of the superstore, people did not have the luxury of traveling to the next county to shop at a national retail store. more »»

Our eyes and ears

January 19, 2011 We’d like to be everywhere in the county to cover every event, all the time — but this is not possible. more »»

Inaction in action

January 12, 2011 We hear the grumbling of dissatisfaction with our government every day as discontented voters lash out public officials. Locally, this unease is visible on the Tyler Star Message Board. more »»

A New Strategy

January 5, 2011 Gas prices, like many other necessities of life, are on the rise. Our area is not exempt from the increase. A few days ago, the average price for a gallon of gasoline was about $3. more »»

A Fresh Start

December 29, 2010 “Another fresh new year is here . . . more »»

The Best Gifts Are Free

December 22, 2010 With the Christmas decorations all around us and the people madly shopping for last minute gifts, it’s hard not to get caught up in all the hustle and bustle of the commercialized holiday season. more »»

He Is Still ‘Real’

December 15, 2010 Most of us have photographs sitting on Santa’s lap. Some of us tell stories about catching a glimpse of the ‘man in the red suit’ on Christmas Eve. more »»

The Born Here Mentality

December 8, 2010 The residents of Sistersville are desperately seeking a revival in business and in population. more »»

The Sounds of Christmas?

December 1, 2010 “The Sounds of Christmas”. This is the theme chosen for the Sistersville Christmas parade this year. more »»

Give Thanks

November 24, 2010 Thanksgiving is a time to show your heartfelt gratitude and sincere appreciation for the many blessings you enjoy on a daily basis. more »»

Giving Is A Privilege

November 17, 2010 This year, with the uncertainty of the economy and the ever-increasing unemployment rate, some may consider bypassing charitable causes, yet these are the very times our community’s needs are the... more »»

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 »»



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