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SCSO finalizes plans for July 6th celebration

June 25, 2014 The annual 18th annual Picnic in the Park to held in Sistersville on July 6 was the main topic of discussion at the Sistersville Community Service Organization meeting on June 18. more »»

Honoring Old Glory with pride

June 18, 2014 Flag Day was celebrated in Sistersville on June 14 with two ceremonies and several local organizations involved. The American Legion Post #67 held retirement services for the flag at 11 a.m. more »»

Grand jury returns 121 true bills

June 18, 2014 The June 10 convention of the Tyler County grand jury resulted in the return of 121 true bills to 16 individuals. more »»

Sistersville Council discusses clean-up

June 18, 2014 Sistersville Council addressed several issues about improving the town during their regular meeting June 9. more »»

Commissioners approve hiring new deputy

June 18, 2014 Bryan Owens of Sistersville, a police officer with the Paden City Police Department, was approved by the Tyler County Commission June 10 as the newest addition to the Tyler County Sheriff's... more »»

Boreman leads new state

June 18, 2014 (Editor’s note:  This is the latest installment from the Tyler County Planning Commission in conjunction with the Tyler County Bicentennial. more »»

Impressive history treasures are featured

June 18, 2014 Whenever you are in the Tyler County area a place worth visiting is the Tyler County Heritage and Historical Society in Middlebourne, better known to locals as the Middlebourne Museum. more »»

Things are looking up at Oakwood

June 18, 2014 It took more than a little elbow grease by a very few hard working and dedicated volunteers, but an unsightly, overgrown, weed- and bush-laden scene became one of promise of better things to come o... more »»

Alumni make changes in weekend schedule

June 18, 2014 The schedule for the upcoming Paden City Alumni Weekend, July 3-5, has been changed, according to Alumni officials. The parade will now be held on Saturday instead of Thursday. more »»

Teachers of the year are recognized

June 11, 2014 At Monday night’s board meeting Tyler County Superintendent of Schools Robin Daquilante and the Tyler County Board of Education expressed their appreciation to this year’s Tyler County Schools... more »»

Middlebourne Council passes water rate ordinance

June 11, 2014 Middlebourne Town Council met on Monday and passed the new water rate increase ordinance on the third and final reading. The increase is 15 percent and will take effect starting in September. more »»

Handicap accessibility topic of Council

June 11, 2014 At the Sistersville Council meeting held Monday night at the Sistersville Volunteer Fire Department, so as to have an handicapped accessible location, Resident Sharlene Koerber asked the city where... more »»

Neff receives maximum

June 11, 2014 Judge Mark A. Karl followed the recommendation of Tyler County Prosecutor Luke Furbee June 5 and sentenced William B. more »»

Commission discusses dogs, levies and ferry

June 11, 2014 A couple matters regarding dogs came before the Tyler County Commission during their May 27 meeting. The commissioners held a discussion on Dog Breeder Permits, there are two classes. more »»

Hopkins Re-Elected As Paden City's Mayor

June 5, 2014 John "Hoppy" Hopkins has retained his seat as mayor of Paden City. He has garnered 231 votes in comparison to 181 for William “Bill” Fox and 8 for Cindy Slider. more »»

Neff to be sentenced on June 5th

June 4, 2014 William B. Neff, 51, of Rt. 1 Box 13B, Middlebourne, is to return to court June 5 for sentencing on two counts of sexual abuse by a custodian. more »»

Three seek Paden City mayor’s seat

June 4, 2014 The Tyler Star News mailed questions to all political candidates in Paden City’s Municipal Election to be held Thursday, June 5. Their responses are being printed in alphabetical order. William B. more »»

Paden City okays sewer rate increase

June 4, 2014 Monday evening Paden City Council approved a sewage rate increase of $8 per month, to be phased in as a $4.39 increase in September and a $4.38 increase effective September 2015. more »»

Charkawi, Hickman lead PC graduates

June 4, 2014 The Class of 2014 at Paden City High School was led by Valedictorian Myah Charkawi and Salutatorian Jenny Hickman during their graduation ceremony held May 2. more »»

Shriver receives bond reduction

June 4, 2014 Howard P. Shriver, 34, of Shinnston, W.Va., appeared in Tyler County Circuit Court, before Judge Mark A. Karl, on May 23 to hear arguments on a motion to reduce his bond. more »»



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