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Taking Control of Water Loss

September 20, 2017 It was revealed this week that several people have been charged in Sistersville for water theft by placing hoses or tubes to bypass their meter to access free water. more »»

Recognizing Heroes and First Responders

September 13, 2017 Heroes Day was celebrated this past weekend in Sistersville, paying homage to those brave men and women that serve to protect our country, our state, and our citie. more »»

Dilapidated Buildings and How to Address Them

September 6, 2017 There was a meeting held recently to discuss the demolition of unsightly and unsafe buildings. This seems to be a common problem with Middlebourne, Sistersville and Paden Cit. more »»

Enjoy the Fruits of Labor

August 30, 2017 With Labor Day approaching, we recognize that this holiday was intended to honor the social and economic achievements of American workers. more »»

Wishing Students a Great New Year

August 23, 2017 It’s that time of year again when children are heading back to school. Being the first week, there will likely be some hiccups along the way. more »»

Drug Problem Is Too Close to Home

August 16, 2017 The drug epidemic is hitting close to home yet again. more »»

Making Back-to-School Easier

August 9, 2017 Now that the Tyler County Fair has ended, it is time to get ready for school to begin. more »»

County Surveyor Searches for Answers

August 2, 2017 The County Surveyor is offering his services to clean up old county property deeds, but is having a difficult time doing so from all sides. more »»

Come to the Tyler County Fair

July 26, 2017 Looking at the Tyler County Fair Queen pageant preview, on our front page, we do not envy the job of the judges who will determine this year’s fair queen. more »»

Crown Competitors Deserve Recognition

July 19, 2017 With the Oil and Gas Festival Pageant over we look back at the work and commitment that several of these ladies have put into their pageant careers. more »»

Waters Are A Concern For Municipalities

July 12, 2017 A common theme among small towns lately have been the problems of water and sewage. more »»

Don’t Take Independence for Granted

June 28, 2017 With the 4th of July coming up, we take the time to reflect upon those who fought for our independence. It is a time for respecting one another and getting along as one independent natio. more »»

Paws in the Park Deemed a Success

June 21, 2017 The Paws in the Park fundraiser was a great success this past weekend. It’s always nice to see people out and about with their pets, enjoying community activities. more »»

Don’t Take Water for Granted

June 14, 2017 Water is something that is easily taken for granted. But parts of our county are sadly without reliable water service. more »»

Protect Yourself Against Summer Threats

June 7, 2017 Summer time is upon us, and that means it is time for camping, swimming, spending time outdoors, and bugs! Be sure that when you are enjoying your outdoor activities, you are protecting yourself... more »»

We Salute Our Soldiers

May 31, 2017 Memorial Day has come and gone and I hope that everyone took the time to recognize those who have fallen for our freedom. more »»

Graduates Embark on Adult Lives

May 17, 2017 It’s that time of year where school is finishing and graduating students are preparing to get their first taste of the real world. more »»

Welcoming New Businesses to Town

May 10, 2017 We’ve been noticing that there are several new businesses opening in the area. It is wonderful to see people taking initiative with their ideas, and we hope it brings them much success. more »»

Tighten Belts in Charleston, Too

May 2, 2017 Legislators who will gather in Charleston Thursday to resume work on a state budget should not allow themselves to be stampeded by Gov. Jim Justice into a spending plan West Virginians cannot afford. more »»

Ensuring Old Surveys Are Accurate

April 26, 2017 Many people who buy and sell land probably don’t take the phrase “more or less” in describing the size of tracts very seriously. They should — because it can mean a lot less. more »»



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