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They need you

April 15, 2015 The Shirley Volunteer Fire Department has been making a concerted effort to raise money for the purchase of a tanker truck to replace one damaged beyond repair on Nov. 14. more »»

Safety First

April 8, 2015 We were thrilled to see that Paden City received a grant for installing a sidewalk to Paden City Elementary School. That is an improvement that has been needed for years. more »»

Gov. Tomblin delivers state of the state address

January 21, 2015 Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin delivered his annual State of the State address on Jan. 14, kicking off the current legislative session. more »»

Je Suis Charlie

January 14, 2015 On Wednesday, Jan. 7, the world was shocked and appalled by the deplorable attacks at the Paris office of the French satirical weekly Charlie Hebd. more »»

Memories last

January 8, 2015 Buildings are temporal. Just ask anyone who has lost a home to a fire, or the citizens of Sistersville who have seen large downtown blazes, or the alumni of Paden City High Schoo. more »»

Year in review

December 31, 2014 This, our annual year in review edition, always brings an interesting perspective to the year we are closing. The year 2014 has brought a lot of changes to Tyler County. more »»

Sistersville Ministerial Association gives thanks, outlines their services

December 24, 2014 Many ministries are offered through area Christian churches working together in the Sistersville Area Ministerial Association. more »»

The battle has begun

November 26, 2014 We applaud the concern and interest of the many local residents who attended the drug awareness/panel discussion meeting held in Sistersville last week. more »»

Shop small

November 26, 2014 You know Thanksgiving and Black Friday, but do you recall the day you’re supposed to “Shop Small”? This Saturday is what has become known as Small Business Saturday. more »»

Christian Heritage Week

November 19, 2014 November 23-29 has been proclaimed as Christian Heritage Week throughout the state of West Virginia. more »»

We have a problem

November 12, 2014 “The drug problem here is getting out of hand.” “I hate picking up the paper every week and reading about another kid in trouble because of drugs. more »»

Creativity Abounds

November 5, 2014 As you can see on pages 3, 6, and 7, there is no drought of creativity in Tyler County. We marvel every year at the great costumes you come up with for Hallowee. more »»

You’ve got to eat

October 29, 2014 The front page of this week’s paper contains a story about a couple benefits for Paul Lemasters. There is another brief about a benefit for Matt Boggs on page 7. more »»

For the amendment

October 22, 2014 We believe the amendment to the West Virginia Constitution that is on the general election ballot is a good thing. more »»

Election time

October 15, 2014 As most all of us can only be infinitely aware, the general election is quickly approaching. more »»

More than vegetables

October 8, 2014 No doubt many, if not most, of us have seen the gardens at the St. Marys Correctional Center as we drive south from Tyler County on state Route 2. more »»

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 »»



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