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Stay out of the creek!

May 21, 2014 The area of the creek by the Sistersville City Park was a scary place to be last week as 10 syringes were found in the general area, one by a 10-year-old child who was stuck by the point of a needl... more »»

Board approves budget

May 21, 2014 The Tyler County Board of Education approved the $15.954 million budget Monday night when no one spoke for or against the measure or asked any questions concerning the budget. more »»

Sistersville City Pool announces opening

May 21, 2014 To kids, summertime is signified in Sistersville when the City Pool opens. more »»

Kehrer, Bantug lead grads

May 21, 2014 The Tyler Consolidated High School Class of 2014 will receive their diplomas Thursday during commencement exercises in the TCHS gymnasium, starting at 7 p.m. more »»

Hendershot will graduate with 2014

May 21, 2014 On Saturday, at 7 p.m., 78-year-old Ralph Vernon Hendershot, will be graduating with the Class of 2014 at Paden City High School. more »»

Commission approves restoration agreements

May 21, 2014 On Thursday Tyler County Commissioners awarded the contract for heating and air conditioning at the magistrate building. It went to Valley Plumbing and Heating, Inc. more »»

Memorial Day ceremonies are set

May 21, 2014 Local communities have announced plans for upcoming Memorial Day celebrations. more »»

Tyler Consolidated graduation will be live-streamed on the internet

May 21, 2014 The broadcasting class at Tyler Consolidated High School is opening up the wide world of technology by bringing activities at the school to the general public, where ever in the world they may be,... more »»

Strode, Henthorn and Wyatt Win Board Seats

May 14, 2014 Scott W. Strode, Bonnie Henthorn, and Jimmy Wyatt were elected to the Tyler County Board of Education Tuesday in the only contested race in Tyler County. more »»

Council rejects bids for lots

May 14, 2014 Middlebourne Town Council heard from a number of citizens on Monday evening concerning the sale of three city lots in Fair Addition on Westchester Avenue. more »»

Parking, cats and paving are discussed

May 14, 2014 Sistersville City Council unanimously approved Monday night the second reading and adoption of an ordinance to prohibit overnight parking on Riverside Drive between Diamond and Catherine streets. more »»

8th graders to tour Nation’s Capitol

May 14, 2014 At the beginning of the school year, Paden City High School's (PCHS) Local School Improvement Council (LSIC) set several goals toward improving the school and providing students with more... more »»

So what happened with The Jug State Park?

May 14, 2014 (Editor’s note:  This is the latest installment from the Tyler County Planning Commission in conjunction with the Tyler County Bicentennial. more »»

Morrisey conducts town hall meeting in county

May 14, 2014 West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey spent approximately two hours speaking with area constituents on a variety of issues during a townhall meeting at the Tyler County Senior Center on... more »»

Candidates seek BOE seats

May 7, 2014 The Tyler Star News mailed questions to all candidates in the hotly contested race for three seats on the Tyler County Board of Education. more »»

Board honors Dylan Reynolds’ achievement

May 7, 2014 A student at Tyler Consolidated High School has achieved a first in the school’s history. Dylan Reynolds, a senior at TCHS, has placed in the top 15 at the State Math Field Day. more »»

VanCamp pleads guilty to operation of meth drug lab

May 7, 2014 John M. VanCamp, 46, pleaded guilty in Tyler County Circuit Court Thursday to an information charge of operating a clandestine drug laboratory, manufacturing methamphetamine. more »»

Friendly PSD changes name

May 7, 2014 As of May 5, the Friendly Public Service District is now known as the Tyler County Public Service District. more »»

The Jug State Park; what might have been

May 7, 2014 (Editor’s note:  This is the latest installment from the Tyler County Planning Commission in conjunction with the Tyler County Bicentennial. more »»

Romine seeks re-election

May 7, 2014 The Tyler Star News mailed questions to all candidates in the Sixth District House of Delegates race. The candidates are Republican Wm. Roger Romine, republican, and Karl Paul, democrat. more »»



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