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Plea Agreements Rejected

January 28, 2015 Judge David W. Hummel Jr. rejected four plea agreements in Tyler County Circuit Court Jan. 2. more »»

Paden City Development Authority and Council discuss term limits and ordinance

January 28, 2015 Tensions were high at Thursday night’s special meeting of the Paden City Council as the Paden City Development Authority and council argued prior to the second, and final, reading of an ordinance... more »»

WVU Professional and Continuing education offers classes to adults

January 28, 2015 West Virginia University Professional and Continuing Education is offering adults the opportunity to pursue their personal and professional development interests this winter/spring with a selection... more »»

Alumni wanted for benefit concert

January 28, 2015 In the fall of 1993, Tyler County High School and Sistersville High School were joined together to form Tyler Consolidated High Schoo. more »»

Furbee speaks to class at TCMS

January 21, 2015 Literary works often spark philosophical discussions. Sometimes those become esoteric or hard to grasp. At times they are only backed by beliefs or assumptions, not facts. more »»

Relay kickoff set

January 21, 2015 Relay For Life of Tyler County has adopted a Wild West theme for 2015, as participants of this charitable endeavor are seeking to “Give Cancer the Boot!” With that goal in mind, the Relay Kick-off... more »»

Chase turns to wreckage

January 21, 2015 What started off as a high speed chase through Pleasants and Tyler counties went sideways and came to a crashing end for two Ritchie County residents. On Jan. 4, at 11:42 a.m. more »»

Fire destroys mobile home

January 21, 2015 Local volunteer fire departments responded around noon on Jan. 13 to a fully involved structure fire on Ten Mile Road. By 12:30 p.m. the fire was out but there was nothing left of the mobile home. more »»

The birth of Knight Radio

January 21, 2015 Since the formation of Tyler Consolidated High School in 1993 there has been a focus on fostering school spirit and support. more »»

Poet will share stories in Middlebourne

January 21, 2015 When Alaska’s Fiddling Poet Ken Waldman comes to the Tyler County Senior Center in Middlebourne Jan. 29. more »»

Paint the town blue

January 21, 2015 The West Virginia Auxiliary—Wives Behind the Badge, Inc. is proud to be behind one of the fastest growing initiatives for the organization to date. “Paint The Town Blue” will be held on Feb. more »»

Jury finds Shriver guilty

January 14, 2015 Tensions were high in Tyler County Circuit Court Friday as a jury of his peers found Howard Paul Shriver, 35, of Shinnston, guilty of several charges, not the least of which being attempted murder... more »»

Park and Rec hold discussion

January 14, 2015 The Sistersville Parks and Recreation Board meeting was held on Jan. 6 at 7:30 p.m at the James E. Willison Family Center. more »»

Sworn In

January 14, 2015 Pictured is The Honorable Judge Mark A. Karl, along with newly sworn in Tyler County Magistrate Mary Dotson, center, and Tyler County Magistrate Assistant Toni VanCamp, right. more »»

Council discusses wages

January 14, 2015 As the Sistersville Council meeting Monday evening started with the public forum, tensions immediately started to rise as city employee Paul Southerly took the floor. more »»

Council approves change for PCDA

January 14, 2015 Paden City Council unanimously approved the first reading of an ordinance change that would eliminate term limits on the Paden City Development Authority and allow council to remove any PCDA member... more »»

Triad Hunter attends and speaks at LEPC meeting

January 14, 2015 The Local Emergency Planning Committee met for their regularly scheduled meeting on Jan 6. more »»

Skatepark plans detailed

January 14, 2015 The idea of a skate park in Sistersville has been in the discussion stage for 10 years or more. more »»

Middlebourne passes second step for annexation

January 14, 2015 At Monday night’s meeting of Middlebourne Council, Union Bank President and Chief Executive Officer Tim Aiken returned to council with follow-up questions regarding the annexation of the Long Reach... more »»

Sistersville plans for warmer weather, city pool

January 14, 2015 Even though Sistersville has been enduring cold temperatures, freezing rain, and snow-covered roads, the Sistersville Park and Recreation Department is making preparations for the summer season. more »»



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