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Sisters Fest Planned for March 16-17 in Sistersville

March 14, 2018 Sisters near and far will gather in Sistersville March 16-17 for the 19th Annual Sisters Fest! The yearly celebration marks the bond among sisters and friends. more »»

King Eyes House Seat For W.Va. House District 6

March 14, 2018 Sistersville Councilman Alex King is asking for your help to become the next Republican representative for WV House of Delegates, District 6. more »»

Ralph Thomas Announces Board of Ed Candidacy

March 14, 2018 Ralph Thomas has announced his candidacy for Tyler County Board of Education. Ralph and his wife, Jane, reside in the Dale Community (Indian Creek). more »»

Change Your Clocks, Change Your Batteries

March 8, 2018 CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Daylight Saving Time begins in the U.S. at 2 a.m. Sunday, March. 11, 2018. The W.V. more »»

Deal Reached in Stoppage

March 7, 2018 As of Tuesday morning, it appeared an end might be in sight to the continuing work stoppage by West Virginia teachers and service personnel. more »»

MASON SWORN IN TO BOE

March 7, 2018 Photo by Kristen Keller Art Mason is sworn in as board member during the Feb. 19 Tyler County Board of Education meeting. Mason will be completing the term recently held by Scott Strode. more »»

And the Meat Goes On ...

March 7, 2018 The 68th Annual Tyler County Ham, Bacon and Egg Show and Sale will be held on March 8 located at the Tyler Consolidated High School, regardless of any work stoppages. more »»

Heather Rice Appointed As Sistersville Interim Recorder

March 7, 2018 Sistersville Council met Feb. 26 to appoint an interim recorder after Chad Edward’s March 2 departure. Council appointed Heather Rice, the daughter-in-law of Mayor Bill Rice. more »»

LEPC Updated On Local Addiction Services

March 7, 2018 At the recent meeting of the Tyler County Local Emergency Planning Committee, Kristen Ruble from Westbrook Health Services announced there is a grant which will extend substance abuse services to... more »»

Thor Bringing the Thunder To Sistersville Police Department

March 7, 2018 Sistersville’s Police Department is looking to make some renovations to Police Chief Rob Haught’s vehicle so that Haught’s police dog, Thor, can comfortably ride alon. more »»

Jenkins Visits The Northern Panhandle

March 7, 2018 Though he hails from Huntington, W.Va., United States Congressman Evan Jenkins (R-W.. more »»

County Commissioners Searching for Alternate Poll Workers

March 7, 2018 Tyler County Commissioner David Kelly recently presented a list of names of poll workers for the 2018 primary election. The county is still looking for alternative poll workers. more »»

Roberts Announces Candidacy for BOE

March 7, 2018 Dave Roberts is announcing his candidacy for the Tyler County Board of Education. If elected, Roberts looks forward to working with our superintendent and board members. more »»

Teachers’ Strike Continues

February 28, 2018 Teachers and school employees across the state continued their strike on Monday, picketing in protest over pay, fully funding the Public Employees Insurance Agency, seniority issues, and what’s know... more »»

4-H Grounds Showing Improvements

February 28, 2018 The Tyler County 4-H grounds have received several modifications lately, with more to come. The Assembly Hall has had a new makeover with new exterior siding and a staircase leading upstairs. more »»

WWII Veteran To Celebrate 94th Birthday

February 28, 2018 With a great spirit and a keen mind, local resident Edward Amos Sr. more »»

B&B Buffet Coming Soon To Main Street Middlebourne

February 28, 2018 The B&B Buffet will be opening its doors on Main Street Middlebourne in the near future. more »»

Sistersville Recorder Announces Resignation

February 28, 2018 Sistersville City Recorder Chad Edwards announced his resignation during the Feb. 12 council meeting. more »»

Teachers, State Employees Speak Out in Charleston

February 21, 2018 School teachers and public employees in West Virginia are planning a statewide work stoppage as they continue to express concerns about pay and projected hikes in health insuranc. more »»

 
 
 

 

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