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Judge Cramer Seeks to Serve the Community

March 1, 2016 MIDDLEBOURNE — Second Judicial Circuit Court Judge Jeffrey Cramer said he fairness and integrity are important qualities a judge should have. more »»

Sisterville’s Water Woes Drain Efficiency

February 24, 2016 By MILES LAYTON Staff writer SISTERSVILLE — City Hall is considering the possibility of purchasing radio-read water meters. “My worries are for the age of our water system,” Mayor Bill Rice said. more »»

Boggs Strong

February 24, 2016 Some stories, though not easy to tell, are necessary to share. The Boggs family’s story is an example of suc. more »»

Paden City Resident Arraigned On Charges

February 24, 2016 MIDDLEBOURNE — A Paden City man, who faces drug and animal cruelty charges, was arraigned recently by Tyler County Magistrate Mary Dotso. more »»

Tyler BOE Approves Requests

February 24, 2016 MIDDLEBOURNE — The Tyler County Board of Education approved several items recently that affect teachers, students and staff. more »»

Artimez Seeks Election as Second Judicial Circuit Court Judge

February 24, 2016 SISTERSVILLE — Moundsville native and attorney John Artimez is seeking election as judge in the Second Judicial Circuit. Artimez has more than 35 years of experience in civil and criminal law. more »»

Businesses Reaffirm Commitment to Tyler County

February 17, 2016 MIDDLEBOURNE — Sistersville General Hospital and Long Reach Federal Credit Union have expanded their offerings to the Tyler County Seat. more »»

Tyler BOE Approves Staff Cuts

February 17, 2016 MIDDLEBOURNE — Tyler County Board of Education approved on Monday limited personnel reduction and realignment recommendations for the school district’s teachers and staff. more »»

Weather Spotters Gain Skills at Workshop

February 17, 2016 MIDDLEBOURNE — There was snow on the ground and icy temperatures, but that did not stop future weather spotters’ enthusiasm early Saturday morning at the Senior Cente. more »»

Tyler County Grand Jury Hands Down Indictments

February 17, 2016 MIDDLEBOURNE — A Tyler County Grand Jury indicted several people recently that included an alleged car thief and a couple charged with reckless endangerment resulting in death of a child. more »»

Pilgrims From the West Make Trek to the Holy Land

February 17, 2016 SISTERSVILLE — The Rev. Bill Dawson was busy Friday making last minute plans and packing for his two-week trip to Israe. more »»

Sistersville Seeks Better Water Meters

February 10, 2016 SISTERSVILLE — City Council discussed Monday water infrastructure issues that Mayor Bill Rice wants to see addressed and adopted an ordinance that prohibits using electronic devices while dri. more »»

Sistersville Man Dies In Crash

February 10, 2016 SISTERSVILLE — Police said a Sistersville man was killed in a single-vehicle fatal crash Friday on W.Va. 2. Police Chief Rob Haught identified the accident 29-year-old victim as Daniel J. Villono. more »»

Lifetime of Love

February 10, 2016 ALMA — After 65 years of marriage, Junior and Barbara Fletcher tend to finish each other sentences, kiss each other as they leave they the house and still hold each other’s hands in church. more »»

Tyler Court Stays Busy

February 10, 2016 MIDDLEBOURNE — A few cases have moved forward recently within Second Circuit Court. Justin L. more »»

Native Son Seeks Another Term Serving Public

February 10, 2016 SISTERSVILLE — Robert C. Hicks of Sistersville is running unopposed for re-election as Family Court Judge for the Second Judicial Circuit. Hicks said public service is about helping people. more »»

Education Association Lacks Confidence in BOE President

February 3, 2016 MIDDLEBOURNE — The Tyler County Education Association has expressed its lack of confidence in the county’s Board of Education president Bonnie Henthorn to lead the school system. more »»

City Takes Steps Toward Sewer Project

February 3, 2016 PADEN CITY — City Council approved plans Monday for Mayor John Hopkins to begin processing the paperwork needed to secure a $3.9 million dollar sewer project. The U.S. more »»

Beloved Teachers Saying Goodbye

February 3, 2016 PADEN CITY — Equations being balanced and experiments concluded, Paden City High School science teacher Sheldon Ruckman hypothesized that is was time to retir. more »»

Beloved Physical Education Teacher Saying Goodbye

February 3, 2016 SISTERSVILLE — Physical Education Teacher Charlene Galluzo is retiring after more than three decades of serving on the front lines of education. more »»



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