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Alumni Remember Federal Judge Willard Broadwater

July 4, 2018 This year’s Paden City Alumni festivities mark 50 years since Paden City’s Class of 1968 ended their high school careers. Worth noting, the late Willard Craig Broadwater was a member of that class. more »»

Commission Slated to Host Tyler County Youth Camp July 25-27

July 4, 2018 There will be a first-ever Tyler County Youth Camp July 25-27. This will be a day camp for the campers attending, meaning campers will be expected to arrive at the Tyler County 4-H campgrounds by 9 a. more »»

Commission Updated On Progress of 4-H Grounds

June 27, 2018 At a recent meeting of the Tyler County Commission, Vice-President John Stender reported there are trees which need to be removed at the 4-H campgrounds. more »»

CSX Begins Crossing Maintenance

June 27, 2018 According to CSX media representative Laura Phelps, current maintenance projects will be completed at different railroad crossings in Wetzel and Tyler counties over the next few week. more »»

PSD Updated On Water Project

June 27, 2018 The Tyler County Public Service District recently received an update on the Route 18 South Water Project. more »»

Northcraft Is Sentenced To 3-23 Years

June 27, 2018 Two probationary matters and one Alford plea were addressed Friday, June 22 in Tyler County Circuit Court, before the Honorable Judge Jeffrey Cramer. more »»

Sistersville Council Hears Concerns About Fire Fees

June 27, 2018 Sistersville Council convened for its monthly meeting recently and received reports from many of the department heads, including the fire departmen. more »»

Grand Jury Hands Down Indictments

June 27, 2018 The May 2018 session of the Tyler County Grand Jury recently met behind closed doors. The following individuals were indicted: * Joshua D. Berryman, of 312 East S. more »»

St. Marys Community Concert Band Going Strong

June 20, 2018 What began as a band formed to celebrate the St. Marys sesquicentennial in 1999 has become a community institution attracting members from several counties. more »»

Tyler County Man Writes Book on Ali

June 20, 2018 A local expert in boxing has co-authored a book about the most renowned pugilist of all time. more »»

Middlebourne Discusses Cemetery Upkeep

June 20, 2018 At its June 11 meeting, Middlebourne City Council discussed the upkeep of the Stealey Cemetery. more »»

Local Emergency Planning Committee Learns About Hydrology

June 20, 2018 Mitch McAdoo, hydrologist with the United States Geological Service, recently informed the Local Emergency Planning Committee about monitoring hydrology and water flow. more »»

Local Residents Among 31 Indicted in Drug Ring

June 20, 2018 WHEELING — Law enforcement officials in West Virginia and Ohio have cracked a local drug distribution organization, resulting in the indictments of 31 people. Bill Powell, U.S. more »»

Paden City High School Celebrates Class of 2018

June 13, 2018 Wildcats Aubrey Neff and Levi Goddard served as co-valedictorians for the Paden City Class of 2018. Neff is the daughter of Chris and Denise Neff, also alumni of Paden City, Class of 1990. more »»

Tyler BOE Recognizes Outstanding Teachers, Staff

June 13, 2018 Tyler County Board of Education members recognized several award-winning teachers on Monday, June 4. more »»

PSD Is Battling Erosion Issues

June 13, 2018 The Tyler County PSD has been having issues with exposed water lines in the ditches along Paden Fork. more »»

Paden City Continues To Face Water Problems

June 13, 2018 Paden City held a city council meeting on Monday, June 4, which was Mayor Ken Stead’s last meeting as mayor. more »»

Ferrell Named Winner of TCHS Miss Knight Pageant Scholarship

June 6, 2018 Tyler Consolidated’s Shianne Ferrell has been crowned the 2018 Miss Knight, and for the first time ever, Tyler Consolidated High School has offered a scholarship to the contest winner and first... more »»

Sistersville Elementary School Presents Wax Museum

June 6, 2018 Sistersville Elementary School recently hosted a wax museum, and students dressed up as famous individuals throughout modern American History. more »»

 
 
 

 

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