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Fire In The City

August 13, 2014 A suspicious house fire broke out shortly after noon on Monday in Sistersville at 320 Cliff St., a home that has been abandoned for quite some time. more »»

Council discusses new hire situation

August 13, 2014 Sistersville City Council voted 4-2 during a marathon meeting Monday night to hire the mayor’s son to work at the city’s sewer plan. more »»

Board hears from concerned citizens

August 13, 2014 A delegation of concerned citizens appeared before the Tyler County Board of Education Au. more »»

Ordinances changed

August 13, 2014 Paden City Council passed the first reading of two ordinances concerning the Paden City Development Authority during a tumultuous council meeting Aug. 4. more »»

Trial date set in Shriver case

August 13, 2014 Howard Paul Shriver, 34, of Shinnston, W.Va., appeared in court on Thursday to request a trial date in his ongoing cas. more »»

Judge Karl hears cases

August 13, 2014 Charles A. Carse, 20, of Rt., 1 Box 573, Middlebourne, pleaded guilty to one of 14 counts of forgery and uttering in Tyler County Circuit Court July 30. Carse pleaded guilty to one count of forgery. more »»

Middlebourne to drill

August 13, 2014 Middlebourne council met Monday with Mayor Charlie DeLauder informing council that drilling for test wells for the towns water source will begin sometime within the next two weeks. more »»

Citizens complaints are addressed at PC council

August 13, 2014 Paden City Councilmen Dan Probst and Tom Trader gave reports on the city’s park and pool at the monthly meeting held Aug. 4. Councilman Probst said he felt everything is going well. more »»

Citizens complaints are addressed at PC council

August 13, 2014 Paden City Councilmen Dan Probst and Tom Trader gave reports on the city’s park and pool at the monthly meeting held Aug. 4. Councilman Probst said he felt everything is going well. more »»

Projects move forward at Sistersville City Park

August 13, 2014 The Sistersville Parks and Recreation Board is currently in the process of raising funds for two projects which will benefit the community. more »»

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 »»

 
 
 

 

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