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Fox/Cannizzaro team up for show

October 29, 2014 What do the chief of police, a banker, a photographer, a former cheerleader, a doctor, a news anchor, a coach, a CEO, a senator, and an arts enthusiast have in common? They are all “stars” set to... more »»

Several benefits set for Lemasters

October 29, 2014 Several benefits for local dispatcher and longtime emergency responder Paul Lemasters are being held in Middlebourne. Lemasters has been hospitalized since April. A benefit dinner will be held No. more »»

Three vie for WV Senate seat

October 29, 2014 Three men are on the ballot to represent West Virginia’s Second Senatorial District: incumbent Democrat Larry John Edgell, Constitution Party Jeffrey Frank Jarrell, and Republican Kent Albin... more »»

Gainer and McKinley face off for U.S. House seat

October 29, 2014 Two men are vying for the First Congressional District’s seat in the U.S. House for Representatives: Democrat Glen B. Gainer III and incumbent Republican David McKinley. more »»

Paul, Romine on ballot for seat

October 29, 2014 Incumbent Wm. Roger Romine, republican, and Karl Paul, democrat, are running to represent the Sixth District in the West Virginia House of Delegates. Paul did not respond to our questionnaire. more »»

Wildcat band ends competition season

October 29, 2014 The Paden City High School Marching Band, under the direction of Debra Price, ended their competition season on Oct. more »»

Grand jury returns new indictments

October 22, 2014 On Oct. 14 Tyler County grand jurors returned drug-related indictments against three defendants. Jeremy M. Keller, 36, of Middlebourne, was named in a 13-count felony superseding indictmen. more »»

Commission approves purchase

October 22, 2014 On Oct. 14 Tyler County Commissioners unanimously approved the purchase of a building in Middlebourne to secure evidence and quarantine animals (dogs and cats). more »»

Tyler Board hires employees

October 22, 2014 Duane Dober, director of Human Resources for Tyler County Schools, introduced the newest members of the faculty and staff of Tyler County Schools at the Sept. 29 board meeting. more »»

Well produces well

October 22, 2014 Tim Carr believed a Monroe County Utica Shale well producing 38.9 million cubic feet of natural gas per day last year was big. That was until he learned of the 4. more »»

Defendants plead guilty in Tyler Court

October 22, 2014 Four defendants pleaded guilty in Tyler County Circuit Court Oct. 15. Benjamin W. more »»

Shepherd pleads guilty to conspiracy

October 22, 2014 Stephen D. Shepherd, 52, of Steele Street, Middlebourne, pleaded guilty Oct. 15 in Tyler County Circuit Court to felony conspiracy to commit a crime against the state. more »»

County swears in new probation officer

October 22, 2014 Pictured is the Honorable Judge Mark A. Karl, Wetzel/Tyler County Probation Chief Probation Officer John Lantz, and Wetzel/Tyler’s newest, additional probation officer, Stephanie Moore. more »»

Chili-Fest will fill downtown New Martinsville

October 22, 2014 Chili-Fest, to be held in downtown New Martinsville Saturday, will offer something for everyone—young and old. more »»

Presbyterian Church installs new pipe organ

October 22, 2014 Work began last week at Sistersville Presbyterian Church on the installation of its new pipe organ, built by Schantz Organ Co. of Orrville, Ohio, some 25 miles southwest of Akron. more »»

Amendment would open doors to Scout camp

October 22, 2014 The Boy Scouts of America has a vision for the Summit Bechtel Reserve in Fayette County, and it doesn’t necessarily involve Boy Scouts. more »»

Board office makes the move to Middlebourne

October 22, 2014 The Tyler County Board of Education recently completed a much anticipated move from Tyler Consolidated High School back to Middlebourne in the board property located behind the former Tyler County... more »»

Middlebourne hires officer

October 15, 2014 On Oct. 6 Middlebourne Council hired the town’s new police office. more »»

Ferry closes for winter

October 15, 2014 Sistersville Council voted at their Oct. 14 meeting to close the ferry for the remainder of the year. The decision came on a 3-2 vote with one councilman, Phil Konopacky, abstaining. more »»

Friends meet face-to-face for the first time

October 15, 2014 Sometimes, all it takes is a common interest to cultivate a relationship that is destined to last for a lifetime. more »»



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