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Locals Compete For Fair Royalty

July 26, 2017 Several young Tyler County ladies will vie for a position of fair royalty on Monday, July 31, the first evening of the Tyler County Fair. Seven are competing for the title of Tyler County Fair Quee. more »»

Residents Frustrated by Deteriorating Roads

July 26, 2017 Several members of Tyler County have becoming increasingly frustrated with certain conditions that have come along with the recent gas drilling increase. more »»

PCHS’ Future Looks Bright

July 26, 2017 Several years ago, with the Wetzel County Board of Education facing budget problems and enrollment at Paden City High school on the decline, the future of the community’s high school looked bleak. more »»

55th Annual Tyler County Fair Planned for July 31-Aug. 5

July 26, 2017 MIDDLEBOURNE — The 55th annual Tyler County Fair will be held July 31 to Aug. 5. more »»

Local Residents Make a Difference in Honduras

July 26, 2017 This year marked the fourth year Heather Helmick, and several other local residents, traveled to the Honduras as part of the Hearts Forever Changed organizatio. more »»

Oil and Gas Pageant Offers Much Talent

July 19, 2017 The 49th Annual West Virginia Oil & Gas Festival Queen’s was held Saturday evening at Sistersville Elementary School. This year’s pageant brought 17 competitors from all over the stat. more »»

Delauder Gives Final Report as Mayor

July 19, 2017 Middlebourne city council members met recently where Mayor Delauder gave his final report as mayor. more »»

Sistersville City Council Discuss Parking Problems and Stray Cats

July 19, 2017 Sistersville City Council members met on Monday where they discussed some of the parking issues around town. more »»

West Virginia Northern Community College Hosts Oil & Gas Seminars

July 19, 2017 Those seeking more knowledge, or even a future career, in the oil and gas industry do not need to travel or look far. more »»

Picnic in the Park Goes Off With a Bang

July 12, 2017 Picnic in the Park was another great success this year despite the weather creating some difficulties. more »»

David Kelly Appointed Tyler Commissioner

July 12, 2017 The Tyler County Commissioners held a special meeting on July 3rd to announce the newly appointed Commissioner to finish out the term for Charles “Pork” Smith who recently announced his retiremen. more »»

Paden City Discuss Water, Sewer and Flood Control

July 12, 2017 Paden City council members gathered on Monday July 3 where they discussed several of the flooding issues around town. more »»

Sink Hole on Park Avenue in Middlebourne

July 12, 2017 On Wednesday June 28th a hole was discovered in Park Avenue in Middlebourne. Upon closer examination the road bed had collapsed out of the stree. more »»

Dave Snively Is New Extension Agent for Tyler County

July 5, 2017 Dave Snively is Tyler County’s newest Extension Agent. Snively is originally from Pleasants County and has worked in Doddridge County the previous 4 years before taking over Tyler Count. more »»

Chamber Holds a Drug Awareness Dinner

July 5, 2017 A Lunch and Learn was recently held at Bon Bon’s in Sistersville where the topic of discussion was drug awareness and drugs in the workplace and at home. more »»

County To Purchase Property

July 5, 2017 The Tyler County Commissioners met on Wednesday June 28 where the city had agreed to annex the city property to allow for the purchase of the old Soil and Conservation building located behind the ca... more »»

Judge David W. Hummel Holds Court in Tyler County

July 5, 2017 Steven Michael Chaplin, 52, of Friendly, WV failed to appear in Circuit Court for a scheduled appearance on Monday, June 26, to answer charges handed down by the Tyler County Grand Jury. more »»

Tyler County 4-H Camp: Welcome to the Circus

July 5, 2017 The Tyler County 4-H grounds were busy last week as approximately 86 campers took part in this year’s Tyler County 4-H camp. The theme for this year’s camp was “Welcome to the Circus”. more »»

Local Author Brings Memories to Life

June 28, 2017 The first day of summer-the summer solstice—brings the longest day of the year. more »»

BOE Discusses Paving Projects at Schools

June 28, 2017 Tyler County Board of Education members met Monday evening where it was announced that there are some projects taking place around some of the local schools. more »»

 
 

Museum Opens July 27, 2017

The Tyler County Museum is open between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays — open other times by appointment. The museum will be closed for the major Sunday holidays. For more infomation, contact the museum at 304-758-2100 and/or 304-758-2257 and leave a messa. more »

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