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Commission discusses dogs, levies and ferry

June 11, 2014 A couple matters regarding dogs came before the Tyler County Commission during their May 27 meeting. The commissioners held a discussion on Dog Breeder Permits, there are two classes. more »»

Hopkins Re-Elected As Paden City's Mayor

June 5, 2014 John "Hoppy" Hopkins has retained his seat as mayor of Paden City. He has garnered 231 votes in comparison to 181 for William “Bill” Fox and 8 for Cindy Slider. more »»

Neff to be sentenced on June 5th

June 4, 2014 William B. Neff, 51, of Rt. 1 Box 13B, Middlebourne, is to return to court June 5 for sentencing on two counts of sexual abuse by a custodian. more »»

Three seek Paden City mayor’s seat

June 4, 2014 The Tyler Star News mailed questions to all political candidates in Paden City’s Municipal Election to be held Thursday, June 5. Their responses are being printed in alphabetical order. William B. more »»

Paden City okays sewer rate increase

June 4, 2014 Monday evening Paden City Council approved a sewage rate increase of $8 per month, to be phased in as a $4.39 increase in September and a $4.38 increase effective September 2015. more »»

Charkawi, Hickman lead PC graduates

June 4, 2014 The Class of 2014 at Paden City High School was led by Valedictorian Myah Charkawi and Salutatorian Jenny Hickman during their graduation ceremony held May 2. more »»

Shriver receives bond reduction

June 4, 2014 Howard P. Shriver, 34, of Shinnston, W.Va., appeared in Tyler County Circuit Court, before Judge Mark A. Karl, on May 23 to hear arguments on a motion to reduce his bond. more »»

Davis seeks seat

June 4, 2014 The Tyler Star News mailed questions to all political candidates in Paden City’s Municipal Election to be held Thursday, June 5. Their responses are being printed in alphabetical order. more »»

Tyler County’s ancient residents

June 4, 2014 (Editor’s note:  This is the latest installment from the Tyler County Planning Commission in conjunction with the Tyler County Bicentennial. more »»

Judge declares mistrial

June 4, 2014 While working to seat a jury for the trial of Timothy J. Channell, 49, of Jacksonburg, on Monday, Judge Mark A. Karl declared a mistrial. more »»

Three seek Third Ward seat

June 4, 2014 The Tyler Star News mailed questions to all political candidates in Paden City’s Municipal Election to be held Thursday, June 5. Their responses are being printed in alphabetical order. more »»

Paws in the Park is a great success for OBAR

June 4, 2014 “Love on a leash” was evident at the City Park in Sistersville on Saturday. more »»

Honoring America’s finest

May 28, 2014 Memorial Day ceremonies were held all over the Nation on Monday, paying homage to America's war dead. more »»

Dog attack is reported in Paden City

May 28, 2014 A woman walking her small dog on a leash in the alley by South Second and Park St. more »»

Tigers come marching home with Casino Royale theme

May 28, 2014 The 30th reunion Class of 1984 dominated at this year’s Sistersville High School Alumni weekend. The class garnered the President’s Trophy and First Place for their float in Saturday’s parade. more »»

Farm To School feeds, educates, pays students

May 28, 2014 The West Virginia Farm To School initiative is growing in Tyler County Schools. Like all initiatives, it started small and is now expanding. more »»

The Jug today, a story of erosion

May 28, 2014 (Editor’s note:  This is the latest installment from the Tyler County Planning Commission in conjunction with the Tyler County Bicentennial. more »»

Mountain Monsters roam the hills of West Virginia

May 28, 2014 Growing up in West Virginia, I looked for adventure in the deep woods where sunlight filtered through green leaves to the ground below. more »»

Park and Pool seeks community assistance

May 28, 2014 The Sistersville Park and Recreation Board, a nonprofit venture, is seeking the help of the community while hoping to help the community in retur. more »»

Health Department seeks help in curbing mosquitoes

May 28, 2014 The Wetzel Tyler Health Department and the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources, Bureau for Public Health (BPH), are gearing up for another season of mosquitoes and the potential... more »»

 
 
 

 

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