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Sistersville Council Makes Decision on Parking Meters

January 22, 2020 The Sistersville City Council met for the first meeting of the New Year on January 13. The meeting was opened with the Pledge of Allegiance, followed by an opening of the floor for public forum. more »»

Hazardous Material Spill Closes Rt. 2

January 15, 2020 At approximately 8:10 p.m. on January 5, 2020 a spill/release of a potentially hazardous substance was reported to the Wetzel County 911. more »»

Middlebourne’s Union Bank Donates to Local Institutions

January 15, 2020 The Middlebourne Branch of Union Bank, Inc. recently donated to several local institutions. more »»

Paden City Council Explores Options in Regards to One Percent Sales Tax

January 15, 2020 The Paden City Common Council held a regular meeting on January 6, in the council chambers of the Municipal Buildin. more »»

2019: Year in Review

January 8, 2020 As we continue this journey of life into a new year, we often think of things we need to do better in the coming year. more »»

Local Peebles Department Store to Convert to Gordmans Off-Price Stores

January 8, 2020 HOUSTON — #GotItAtGordmans means you can get a great new job and your favorite brands at your hometown’s newest store, Gordmans. more »»

Your Stores: A Staple of The Community

December 31, 2019 With a world that’s constantly changing and moving forward, it can leave one feeling imbalanced. It’s been been said of humans many times that we are “creatures of habit. more »»

Union Bank Donates To Local Institutions

December 31, 2019 The Union Bank in Tyler County recently donated to several local institutions including the Sistersville Fire Department, Sistersville Library, Paden City Library, Sistersville EMS, and the Paden... more »»

Sistersville Elks Lodge Announces December Teenagers of the Month

December 31, 2019 Naomi Mathers, daughter of Rhonda Knight, has been selected as a December Senior Teenager of the Month. Naomi participates in FFA, Rodeo, and the School Climate Committe. more »»

Resident Disputes Use Of Former County Home Land

December 30, 2019 The Tyler County Commission met on December 20 with a busy agenda. more »»

Major Broadband Expansion Coming to Wetzel and Tyler

December 24, 2019 Wednesday, December 18, was a huge day for Wetzel and Tyler Counties with the announcement by Chad Rupe, USDA Rural Utilities Administrator for the USDA of Grant and Loan funding for expanding... more »»

Tyler County Under Water Following Heavy Rain

December 24, 2019 Although most people are dreaming of a “White Christmas”, December had something else in mind for our area last week. more »»

Six Knights Band Members Selected For All-State Band and Orchestra

December 24, 2019 Six Knights Band members were recently selected as 2020 West Virginia All-State Musicians. more »»

Paden City Marching Band Recognized as Blue Division State Champs

December 24, 2019 Randall Reid-Smith, the Commissioner of the Department if Arts, Culture, and History, presented Paden City’s Band a trophy and he recognized them as the 2019 Blue Division State Champions!!... more »»

Calvary Apostolic Church Holds Live Nativity Scene

December 24, 2019 Calvary Apostolic Church held a Live Nativity on Saturday, December 14 to share real reason for the Christmas season. more »»

Sistersville Gears Up for Holiday Season

December 18, 2019 Plenty of hard work has gone into decorating the town of Sistersville for the holidays. more »»

Jung Named Distinguished Citizen

December 18, 2019 Herbert Jung, a 20 year Navy Veteran, received the 2019 distinguished citizen metal from the Daughters of American Revolution on December 7, 2019 during a ceremony at the Sistersville Fire Hall. more »»

High School Students Practice Acts of Kindness

December 18, 2019 Preschool classes at Sistersville Elementary School recently had the opportunity to participate in two separate Christmas painting projects. more »»

Fire Department Warn of Holiday Hazards

December 18, 2019 The Sistersville Fire Department posted a friendly, almost humorous, reminder that indoor Christmas trees pose a fire hazard to residence. more »»



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