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Local Schools Continue To Feed Students

March 25, 2020 On Friday, March 13, Governor Jim Justice announced that all West Virginia schools would be temporarily closed in an attempt to help curb the spread of the novel Coronavirus. more »»

BOE Discusses Coronavirus School Closure

March 25, 2020 The Tyler County Board of Education met on March 6. more »»

Tasty Freez Gives Back to Community

March 25, 2020 The Paden City Tasty Freez has been a part of the community for over 25 years. During that time, they have served many people from the Paden City area. more »»

Honor Guard Has Roots in Tyler County

March 25, 2020 There are many interacting pieces that work together to form a solid community. A strong community needs a good government, a good school system, and law enforcement. more »»

AIB Sends Two to W.Va. All-State Children’s Choir

March 25, 2020 Arthur I. Boreman Elementary School choir students Madison Richeson and Olivia Roberts participated in the 2020 West Virginia All-State Children’s Chorus on March 5 and 6. more »»

Paden City Group Hands Out Water

March 25, 2020 Saturday, March 14 was a special day in Paden City as the Water Crisis Group passed out bottled drinking water to the community for the third time in the past couple months. more »»

Sistersville Ferry Preparing For Return to Service

March 18, 2020 SISTERSVILLE — After closing for the season last year due to staffing issues, the Sistersville Ferry is set to be up and running for this season pending a few inspections and preparations. more »»

Ohio Valley Native Dealing With Virus In Japan

March 18, 2020 As Japan closes schools and runs short on some supplies amid efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19, an Ohio Valley native living there with his family plans to hunker down at home until the wors... more »»

W.Va. Schools Closed In Response To COVID-19

March 18, 2020 West Virginia Governor Jim Justice announced Friday, March 13 the closing of all pre-k through 12 schools in the stat. more »»

Tyler County Students Learn Citizenship in Charleston

March 18, 2020 Local Tyler County students returned from an exciting 3-day experience in Charleston with the YLA 8th Grade Youth & Government Seminars. more »»

Several Sistersville Residents Address City Council During Meeting

March 18, 2020 The Sistersville City Council met for a regular meeting on March 9. more »»

TCHS Band Students Attend All-State Band

March 18, 2020 Seven Tyler Consolidated High School Band students represented the Knights Band as West Virginia All-State Musicians. more »»

Tyler Students Perform at Music Educator’s Associations Conference

March 18, 2020 Twenty Tyler Consolidated Band members performed at the West Virginia’s Music Educator’s Associations annual state conference on March 7 in the Charleston Civic Cente. more »»

Tyler County Ham And Bacon Sale a Success

March 11, 2020 The 70th Annual Tyler County Ham and Bacon Sale took place on February 7. more »»

Celebrating the Arts Night a Big Success

March 11, 2020 On March 5, 2020, AIB held their annual Celebration of the Arts Night: the theme was “AIB Artists are Happy Campers!” Students’ artwork was admired throughout the halls of Boreman, with some pieces... more »»

Afternoon With the Arts

March 11, 2020 Sunday, March 1 was the 2nd Annual Afternoon of the Arts at Paden City Elementary. more »»

Carson Motorsports Prepares for Season

March 11, 2020 Doug Carson, owner of Carson Motorsports, reports they are preparing to service the Tyler County Speedway with parts. more »»

Ham and Bacon Sale This Weekend

March 4, 2020 The Tyler County Ham and Bacon Sale is set to begin at 1 p.m. on March 7 at Tyler Consolidated High School. A pre-sale buyer dinner will be served at 11:30 p.m. more »»

Efforts to Save Home Extend To Demolition

March 4, 2020 The Tyler County Commission met on Tuesday, February 25. The Commission addressed several matters, such as animal control and concerns about the County Hom. more »»

Kelly Seeks Re-Election To WV House

March 4, 2020 Del. David L. Kelly (R-Tyler) recently announced his intention to seek re-election to the West Virginia House of Delegates, representing District 6. more »»

 
 
 

 

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