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Thanksgiving Blessings

November 21, 2017 Thanksgiving. A particular time, like the bright and shining poetic moments of Camelot, to express gratitude for our own particular circumstance. more »»

Honoring True Heroes

November 15, 2017 During a month that celebrates giving thanks, we are reminded to be thankful for those allowing us the opportunity to sit down with our families for a nice turkey dinner. more »»

Preventing Local Water Contamination

November 8, 2017 Sistersville just released a combined sewer overflow warning for the city, but this is an issue that can affect every town in our area. more »»

Improvement Ideas Should Be Shared

November 1, 2017 There is a meeting scheduled for November 8, 2017 from 6pm-8pm located at the Tyler County Citizens Center, 504 Cherry St. more »»

Upgrades Are Necessary But Come With a Price

October 24, 2017 Many of our local towns are in the process of getting their water services upgraded to better meet the needs of their citizens. more »»

Cemetery Volunteers Commended

October 18, 2017 There has been a great deal of work performed at local cemeteries over the last couple of years, thanks in part to a small group of volunteers. more »»

Find Solution to Broadband Issues

October 11, 2017 Broadband expansion in West Virginia has been a hot topic lately. It is being recognized throughout the state that the broadband speed is below adequate. more »»

Activities Bountiful at Harvest Festival

October 4, 2017 The Tyler County Harvest Festival, scheduled for this weekend, is a great opportunity to get the family out of the house and enjoy some of this beautiful fall weather. more »»

Road Bond Issue Has Pros and Cons

September 27, 2017 There has been much conversation recently about economic development, such as the Marcellus Shale and the opportunities it provides. more »»

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 »»

 
 

Music in Friendly November 25, 2017

Country Music will be played at the Friendly Community Building on the second and fourth Saturday of the month. The public is invited, and admission is FREE. 50/50 drawing, food for sale. Music begins at 5 p.m. For more information, call Bonnie Freedland at 304-337-9529. more »

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