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Sistersville library loses funds

October 23, 2013 At the Oct. 15 Sistersville Council meeting Councilman Bill Rice questioned the Sistersville Public Library's recent loss of state grant funding because paperwork was not turned in on time. more »»

Wilson presents water meter options

October 23, 2013 Allan Wilson of the Water and Sewer Board presented Sistersville Council with a quote from Neptune at their Oct. 15 meeting concerning the possible purchase of water meters and remote meter reader. more »»

Sistersville invests in new police cruisers

October 23, 2013 The City of Sistersville's new, factory fresh police cruisers not only have a sleek look, but they are saving the city money according to Chief of Police Ben Place. more »»

Public welcome to meet for bicentennial brainstorming

October 16, 2013 In anticipation of the Bicentennial of Tyler County, the Tyler County Planning Commission will hold the first of two public "kick-off/planning" gatherings as part of the commission's regular monthl... more »»

Judge Karl handles Circuit Court cases

October 16, 2013 Curtis Lemasters, 28, of N. Second Ave., Paden City, was sentenced on Oct. 3 in Tyler County Circuit Court before Judge Mark A. Kar. more »»

Middlebourne to renew police force

October 16, 2013 The decision to reinstate a town police presence after years without one was unanimously reached at the Oct. 7 meeting of Middlebourne Council. more »»

Energy Speaks presented to BOE

October 16, 2013 Dennis Alexander appeared at the Oct. 7 Tyler County Board of Education meeting to present a slide show and speak about Energy Speaks, a campaign sponsored by the Just Beneath the Surface Alliance. more »»

Deal struck with Air Evac

October 9, 2013 Following the Tyler County Commission meeting on Tuesday, the cost of Air Evac services will be eliminated for all county residents who receive life flight transportation from Tyler County or any... more »»

Common Core discussed again

October 9, 2013 At the Oct. 7 meeting of the Tyler County Board of Education the board heard from the West Virginians Against Common Core group. more »»

Library plans open house

October 9, 2013 The Tyler County Public Library in Middlebourne will be holding an open house on Saturday, Oct. 12, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.. more »»

LEPC puts focus on alert systems

October 9, 2013 BY ALEX KING Staff Writer More than 20 residents, first responders, and county and municipal officials attended the Tyler County Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) meeting on Thursday, Oct. 3. more »»

PC Council corrects mistake

October 9, 2013 At its regular monthly meeting on Monday, Paden City Council voted to rescind their Sept. 3 appointing of resident Bill Fox to the Paden City Development Authority (PCDA). more »»

Halloween 13 events to continue Saturday

October 9, 2013 Halloween 13 will continue in Sistersville’s historic Gaslight Theater on Saturday, Oct. 12 at 7:30 p.m., featuring “Confessions of a Ghost Hunter” with Paranormal Informer Carl Felter. more »»

County seeks parking lot on BOE property

October 2, 2013 A new parking lot may be created at the site of the former Tyler County Board of Education office, next to the Stealey-Green Family Center in Middlebourne. more »»

Learning about the Office of the County Clerk

October 2, 2013 The Tyler County Clerk's Office handles many responsibilities. Thanks to the clerk, her five deputies, and a part-time aide, these various duties are kept in order. more »»

Marble Fest is on a roll

October 2, 2013 With great weather and a large turnout, the 2013 Sistersville Marble Festival filled the streets on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. more »»

Service shows a hero’s legacy

September 25, 2013 Paden City Volunteer Fire Company Lt. Mark Doty’s funeral Saturday was a testament to his legacy. A large turnout of residents and firefighters at St. more »»

Marble Fest to bring new and old friends

September 25, 2013 The physical set up began last week for the 14th annual Sistersville Marble Festival, but the process is one that takes many months according to festival founder and coordinator Jim King. more »»

Knights to select queens for Homecoming

September 25, 2013 Tyler Consolidated High School will hold their annual Homecoming game on Sept. 27, against Calhoun County, with the Homecoming Queen to be crowned at half-time. more »»

‘Cats to select queens for Homecoming

September 25, 2013 Paden City High School will hold their annual Homecoming events on Sept. 27-28. Friday's events will begin at 6 p.m. with a parade starting at St. more »»



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