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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 »»

Commission addresses parking problem

April 2, 2014 Roger Garrett, owner of the Dollar General Store in Middlebourne, appeared before the Tyler County Commission on March 25 to seek answers to a parking problem at the store parking lot. more »»

Shriver hearing is held

April 2, 2014 Motions for medical records further delayed the trail of Howard P. Shriver, 34, of Shinnston, W.Va., who is facing an 11-count indictment handed down by the February 2012 grand jury. more »»

Magistrates hear cases

April 2, 2014 Magistrates John Roberts and Michael Griffin heard the following cases in Tyler County Magistrates court recently. more »»

Rice Wins Sistersville Mayor's Seat

March 27, 2014 The unofficial, until canvassed, results of Thursday’s election in Sistersville name Bill Rice as the next mayor of the city. more »»

Sistersville’s Election To Be Held Thursday

March 26, 2014 None of the Sistersville council seat races are contested, even though there are more than one contestants in some wards. more »»

And the winner is...

March 26, 2014 A Sistersville woman won $2 million playing Powerball. more »»

Board of Ed. receives requests

March 26, 2014 At the March 17th meeting of the Tyler County Board of Education public library funding requests and increasing exercise were on the top of the agenda. more »»

Phone system to be installed for Tyler offices

March 26, 2014  Bob Mead of Frontier Communications appeared before the Tyler County Commissioners on March 11 to explain the new phone system for the courthouse and the county’s magistrate and prosecutors offices. more »»

Cases heard in February term of Grand Jury

March 26, 2014 Several indictees from the February term of the Tyler County Grand Jury appeared in court last week for arraignment. Dwayne A. more »»

Sisters walk the red carpet

March 19, 2014 15th Annual Sisters Fest festivities were held in Sistersville over the weekend with sisters and friends gathering from all over to participate in several planned activities for women only in... more »»

Sewer project tops discussion points at Paden City Council

March 19, 2014 BY ED PARSONS Staff Writer Tim Meeks of the Mid Ohio Valley Regional Council, along with representatives from Thrasher Engineering, appeared before Paden City Council Monday to update city official... more »»



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