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Park and Pool plans several future events

April 23, 2014 The Sistersville Park and Pool Committee continues to improve the town’s facilities and plan for future events. more »»

Board approves calendar

April 23, 2014 Superintendent Robin Daquilante says that with all the talk of year round school and the rumors of major changes, the 2014-2015 School Calendar has really basically stayed the same. more »»

Paden City voters to elect mayor

April 23, 2014 The City of Paden City will hold an election on June 5. A mayor and one member of council from each ward will be elected. Three candidates have filed for the office of mayor: incumbent John D. more »»

Church holds Processional of the Cross on Good Friday

April 23, 2014 The Sistersville First United Methodist Church held a special “processional of the Cross” through the streets of Sistersville on Good Friday. more »»

Restoring serenity . . . saving history

April 23, 2014 The serene settings of cemeteries are designed to put one at ease, take time for quiet reflection of the past and future, and instill an overall sense of peace. more »»

How did Tyler County get its shape?

April 23, 2014 (Editor’s note:  This is the latest installment from the Tyler County Planning Commission in conjunction with the Tyler County Bicentennial. more »»

Momentive Files Bankruptcy

April 16, 2014 Momentive Performance Materials Inc, announced on Sunday that they filed Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code in the US. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York. more »»

Council reveals theft at plant

April 16, 2014 A system that would cost about $15,000 to reinstall at the Sistersville Sewer Plant was essentially stolen piece by piece, according to City Commissioner Daniel Grime. more »»

TCOEM is awarded a $117,000 grant

April 16, 2014 Tyler County Director of the Office of Emergency Management Tom Cooper informed the Tyler County Commission on April 8 that he had been approved the prior week for a grant in the amount of $117,00. more »»

Egg hunts planned

April 16, 2014 Several organizations will be sponsoring Easter Egg hunts and other activities for local children this week. more »»

Tyler County makes good showing at state

April 16, 2014 Tyler County Superintendent of Schools Robin Daquilante briefed the Board of Education April 8 about the county's excellent showing at Arts Alive. more »»

LEPC takes tour of gas well pad for info

April 16, 2014 At the April 10 meeting of the Tyler County Local Emergency Planning Committee Office of Emergency Management Director Tom Cooper reported about an informational visit to a gas well site. more »»

Fumes at Lisby Pad sicken residents

April 9, 2014 Tyler County emergency services personnel were again called to the Jay-Bee Oil and Gas well location on the Lisby Pad on Big Run, near Indian Creek on March 27 at around 10 p.. more »»

Neff pleads guilty to abuse by parent

April 9, 2014 On Thursday in Tyler County Circuit Court William B. Neff pleaded guilty to two counts of sexual abuse by a parent. —two of 14 felony sexual offense charges levied against him. Neff, 51, of Rt. more »»

Bond set at $100,000 in Shriver case

April 9, 2014 Howard P. Shriver, 34, of Shinnston, was once again given the opportunity to bail out of jail, albeit on home monitoring confinemen. more »»

Ensemble talents are recognized

April 9, 2014 The After-School Choir and Percussion Ensemble at Arthur I. Boreman Elementary recently performed at the 8th annual Arts Alive, sponsored by the West Virginia Department of Education (WVDE). more »»

Citizen questions firing of police officer

April 9, 2014 Paden City Resident Zoa Little appeared at the Paden City council meeting on Monday, to question why the city terminated the employment of one of its police officer. more »»

Judge Karl hears cases

April 9, 2014 Several defendants appeared in Tyler County Circuit Court Thursday before Judge Mark A. Karl. Damien E. more »»

Bill Rice to serve 2nd term

April 2, 2014 The unofficial, until canvassed, results of Thursday's election in Sistersville name Bill Rice as the next mayor of the city. more »»

Fire forces pastor’s family from Middlebourne home

April 2, 2014 A late night fire at the Middlebourne Baptist Church Parsonage on Wednesday March 26, left the church Pastor, Troy Guild, and his family homeless. more »»



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