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Making A Positive Change

June 19, 2019 What can be better than positive change in someones life? Recent action on the part of Judge David W. more »»

What time is it? CLEAN UP TIME!

June 12, 2019 One Street At A Time is hitting the streets of New Martinsville with volunteers! Please spread the word and come out to lend a hand. more »»

Quick Response to Gas Tank Fire Lauded

June 5, 2019 On Saturday afternoon, May 25, lightning struck a one million gallon natural gas storage tank owned by Dominion Resources near Friendly. more »»

Remember Meaning Of Memorial Day

May 29, 2019 Memorial Day is more than picnics in the park and trips to the beach. Several of the local communities held celebrations Monday to commemorate the deep sorrow many families still live with. more »»

Key to Success — Working Together

May 21, 2019 Working together has once again proven to be the key to success. more »»

Graduation Day Is Drawing Near

May 15, 2019 The music cues as seniors file down the aisle toward the stage, tassels bouncing in a rhythmic motion with each step. Beneath each cap is a student with a smile from ear to ear. more »»

‘Love One Another’

May 8, 2019 The theme of the 2019 National Day of Prayer observance on Thursday, May 2, was, “Love One Another,” based upon the words of Jesus in John 13:34, which says, “Love one another. more »»

Keeping Our Communities Safe

May 1, 2019 One of the great things about living in small rural communities is the fact that they are safer. more »»

The Close of a Chapter

April 24, 2019 If you are reading this in the Wetzel Chronicle, you might already know the news due to sportswriter Bruce Crawford or columnist Chuck Clegg’s writings. more »»

Support Levy Renewal

April 17, 2019 Sistersville residents, an important, special election will take place in Sistersville next Tuesday, April 2. more »»

EVERY CHILD MATTERS

April 10, 2019 As with the past couple of Aprils, this month the Wetzel-Tyler Newspapers will publish a column written by Susan Scharf, Executive Director of The Lighthouse Child Advocacy Center. more »»

Consider Adding Art To Elementary Schools

April 3, 2019 Joyce Hagerty brought an interesting topic to the Tyler County Board of Education at its March 18 meeting. more »»

A Class Act

March 28, 2019 We applaud Rachel Cain and others who organized the collection of water last week for Paden City resident. more »»

Paden City Residents Deserve Transparency, Clarity

March 20, 2019 Numerical values aside, the fact remains that Paden City’s drinking water contains an excess of a dry cleaning chemical considered by the EPA to be “most likely carcinogenic to human. more »»

Paden City Residents Deserve Transparency, Clarity

March 20, 2019 Numerical values aside, the fact remains that Paden City’s drinking water contains an excess of a dry cleaning chemical considered by the EPA to be “most likely carcinogenic to human. more »»

Congratulations To Tyler FFA

March 13, 2019 We are very proud of Tyler FFA. After participating in a successful county-level show on Saturday, many of our local FFA members had to quickly pack up and head to the state-level show and sale. more »»

Support Your Local FFA

March 6, 2019 The youth involved in our local FFA organizations work fervently year-round. more »»

Focus On The Positives

February 27, 2019 We wholeheartedly agree with Susan Stoneking’s main topic of her column this week. If you haven’t read it, check it out on this page. We applaud Ms. more »»

Applaud The Restoration Committee

February 20, 2019 To state the obvious, the County Home is a controversial topic. One side sees the structure as worth preserving; another side sees it as beyond repair. more »»

Happy Valentine’s Day

February 13, 2019 Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day, and we hope none of our readers have waited until the last minute to make plans for their special someone. more »»

 
 
 

 

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