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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 »»

Relic Box Returns To Original

June 28, 2017 A Bit of Tyler County History Makes it’s Way Back Home. more »»

Eagle Writes Book About Life in Sistersville

June 28, 2017 Linda “Lynn” Eagle has recently written a book about her life growing up in Sistersville. The title of her book is: “The Lyrics of My Life; Music, Ministry and Soaring with the Eagles. more »»

W.Va. Historic Structures Bill Could Have Future

June 28, 2017 WHEELING — A tax credit for rehabilitating historic structures that didn’t pass during the West Virginia Legislature’s recent special session may not be history, after all, as local lawmakers plan t... more »»

Sistersville Ferry Cruises Down the River

June 28, 2017 The Sistersville Ferry took a cruise down the Ohio River on Saturday June17th were they were able to raise around one thousand dollars to go towards the Ferryboat Festival. more »»

Wildcats Return To Prowling Grounds

June 22, 2017 Paden City Alumni festivities will be held June 29 to July 1. The weekend begins Thursday, June 29 at 6:30 p.m. with Patriotic Music outside of the Christian Church on East Main Street. more »»

Paws in the Park a Treat for Pets

June 21, 2017 The Annual Paws in the Park was held Saturday at Sistersville Park from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. There were several pets and owners at the event. more »»

Local Cub Scouts Enjoy ‘Space’ Camp

June 21, 2017 The local Cub Scouts had another successful district camp this year. The theme for this year’s camp was “Space Travelers: Cub Scout Adventures Continue” and is is a nationally accredited camp. more »»

County Home Progress Discussed

June 21, 2017 The Tyler County Commissioners met last Wednesday where Peggy George of the Restoration Committee gave an update on the progress of the County Home located at the Fair Grounds. more »»

Sistersville City Council Members Discuss the Handicap Ramp

June 21, 2017 Sistersville City Council members met last Monday where they talked with Swiss Valley Agent Dana Indermuhle about the handicap accessible ramp that will be built onto the entrance of the city... more »»

Tyler County Releases Grand Jury Indictments

June 21, 2017 * Steven Michael Chaplin was given a five count indictment for Domestic Battery, Driving Under the Influence of a Controlled Substance, Fourth Degree Arson, Domestic Battery, and Violation of a... more »»

County Added to W.Va. Polymer Alliance Zone

June 14, 2017 Sistersville— Tyler County has been admitted to the West Virginia Polymer Alliance Zone (PAZ), following approval by the PAZ Board of Directors during the organization’s annual meeting on June 7, in... more »»

All Rise, Your Honor

June 14, 2017 After eight years on the bench, Second Judicial Circuit Judge David Hummel has been honored by his peers, recognized as the 2017 Judge of the Year by the West Virginia Association for Justic. more »»

City Eyes Boundary Lines For Properties

June 14, 2017 Paden City Council Members held a lengthy meeting last Monday at the City Building in Paden City where many residents of Paden City gathered to voice their concerns over property boundaries and the... more »»

Residents, Officials Discuss Route 18 Water Project

June 14, 2017 The Tyler County PSD met with residents of Tyler County to discuss the Route 18 water project. more »»

SHS Alumni Notes: Recap of a Great Weekend

June 7, 2017 The 118th anniversary of SHS with all the alumni weekend festivities is in the history book as we traveled back to Neverland and found out we really never grow up .. more »»

Tyler BOE Approves Requests

June 7, 2017 The Tyler County Board of Education met Monday evening where they approved several requests. more »»

Students Visit West Virginia University Arboretum

June 7, 2017 When Zach Fowler, Class of 1997 at Tyler Consolidated High School, was a student in Mr. more »»

Fallen Soldiers Remembered During Weekend

June 7, 2017 Memorial Weekend held several celebrations throughout the county this year but there were also many memorial services held in remembrance of fallen soldiers. more »»

 
 
 

 

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