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Book released

August 13, 2014 It’s been just two short years since her debut novel “Past Due,” and it’s obvious Elizabeth Seckman has not put away the pen since. more »»

Royalty crowned at the fair

August 6, 2014 It was a busy first night at the Tyler County Fair on Monday. Plenty of royalty was crowned and ribbons were adorned to prize-winning exhibits. The action doesn’t end there thoug. more »»

PC ordinance: No riding bikes on sidewalks

August 6, 2014 Several citizens appeared before Paden City Council Monday evening to express concerns they have with an ordinance which prohibits children from riding their bicycles on city sidewalks. more »»

Simms crowned Oil & Gas Festival Queen

August 6, 2014 Kelly Simms was crowned this year’s queen at the 46th Annual West Virginia Oil and Gas Festival Queen’s Pageant held Aug. 2 at Sistersville Elementary Schoo. more »»

CRI opens office in Paden City

August 6, 2014 The Wetzel-Tyler office of Community Resources, Inc. has opened a new office in the Paden City Health and Recreation Center, the old Paden City Middle School. The office, located at 425 S. more »»

Series will feature Parsons Thursday

August 6, 2014 Robby Parsons Band will bring their music to Paden City Park Thursday, 7 p.m. more »»

Keith Anderson to highlight 2014 Paden City Labor Day Celebration

August 6, 2014 Singer/Songwriter Keith Anderson’s latest song “I’ll Bring The Music” sums up Anderson to a T. That is one thing that you can always say about this academic athlete from Miami, Okl. more »»

Hallock will share his story and music

August 6, 2014 In 2004, Doug Hallock was homicidal and suicidal, addicted to heroin, pretty much at the end of the line. A wonderful thing happened—an intervention. “Several people cared enough to not let me g. more »»

Mensore set to perform Thursday

August 6, 2014 John J. Mensore, a familiar face to valley residents, will take the stage at ArtsLink’s Coffeehouse Series concert on Aug. 7, to celebrate 70 years of singing in New Martinsvill. more »»

Park dedicated in memory of Bettye Prigga

August 6, 2014 The City of Sistersville and Sistersville General Hospital once again joined forces to honor one of Sistersville’s outstanding citizens—Bettye Prigga. more »»

Search And Rescue teams practice at Lantz Farm

August 6, 2014 Search and Rescue members from the Tyler County Office of Emergency Management gathered at the Jacksonburg Volunteer Fire Department on Saturday for a morning of training in weather management and... more »»

SES teacher faces drug charges

July 30, 2014 Gina Crawford, 33, a fifth grade teacher at Sistersville Elementary School, was arrested late Friday night for the felony offense of possession with/intent to deliver a controlled substance. more »»

Tyler County Fair begins Monday

July 30, 2014 The 52nd annual Tyler County Fair will kick off with the usual ceremony and pageantry Monday night. The Tyler Consolidated High School Marching Band will perform at 5 p.m. more »»

Two arrested for operating meth lab

July 30, 2014 Gary L. Willey II, 33, and Mary L. Bassett, 26, both of 145 Dry Run Road, Sistersville, were arrested on Sunday for allegedly operating a methamphetamine lab. more »»

Sheriff Kendle presents need for deputies again

July 30, 2014 Tyler County Sheriff Bob Kendle, in a follow up from the last Tyler County Commission meeting, presented facts, figures, and numbers to support his need for additional deputie. more »»

Defendants answer to charges

July 30, 2014 Kristen M. Cross, 20, of Buck Run, Sistersville, appeared in Tyler County Circuit Court Monday alongside her court-appointed attorney, Justin Craft. more »»

Sistersville welcomes WVU President Gee

July 30, 2014 West Virginia University President Gordon Gee visited Tyler County, specifically Sistersville, July 22. It is part of Gee’s tour of the state. more »»

Smith places in Top 10 at pageant

July 30, 2014 All eyes were on Las Vegas, Nev., last week as Sistersville resident and Mrs. West Virginia Melissa Smith finished in the top 10 at the Mrs. United States pageant held there. Smith’s Mrs. more »»

Potholes take over Klondike

July 23, 2014 Tina McDonald brought a complaint about the condition of the northern portion of Klondike Avenue to Sistersville City Council July 14. She said the road is in deplorable condition. more »»

Body found in burned vehicle near Sistersville

July 23, 2014 The Tyler County Sheriff’s Department responded to a call made to Tyler County 911 Center on July 19. The 911 Center received a call at approximately 4:05 p.m. more »»



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