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Paden City to celebrate Labor Day

August 28, 2013 School has already started and the local area has certainly already experienced a chill in the air, but the summer isn’t over in the minds of many until Labor Day. more »»

Paden City woman faces arson charges

August 28, 2013 Tanya Smith, 46, of 125 N. Sixth Ave. Paden City, was arrested Aug. 20 on the felony charges of first degree arson and burning insured property. more »»

Commission accepts bid to digitize records

August 28, 2013 The complete digitization of courthouse records is one step closer following Tuesday’s Tyler County Commission meeting, where commissioners opened bids and approved Affiliated Computer Services... more »»

Sistersville Council failed to establish a meeting quorum

August 21, 2013 "I'm going to be the mayor as long as I can," said Mayor Dave Fox to more than 20 Sistersville residents, who filled council chambers of the city building Monday evening for what they expected woul... more »»

Mayor Fox will leave office early

August 14, 2013 It was determined at the Sistersville City Council meeting on Monday that Mayor David Fox will leave office before his current term expires in Marc. more »»

Sistersville moves to sign litigation papers

August 14, 2013 Sistersville council moved to sign litigation papers at a special Aug. 6 meeting scheduled for 7 p.m. and called to order by Mayor David Fox at 6:57 p.m. more »»

Tattoo, or not tattoo?

August 14, 2013 The Paden City Police Department (PCPD) brought a stop to an illegal tattooing operation on Thursday, following a warranted search of an apartment on 323 South Fourth Avenue in Paden City. Daniel . more »»

Tattoo, or not tattoo?

August 14, 2013 The Paden City Police Department (PCPD) brought a stop to an illegal tattooing operation on Thursday, following a warranted search of an apartment on 323 South Fourth Avenue in Paden City. Daniel . more »»

Tyler County to fund day center

August 14, 2013 At its meeting Tuesday, Tyler County Commissioners voted to pay $7,500 quarterly for a total cost of $30,000 a year in order to fund a state-mandated daily report center. more »»

Oil & Gas Queen selected

August 14, 2013 Casey Lassiter was selected to be the 2013 West Virginia Oil and Gas Festival Queen on Saturday night at Sistersville Elementary School where the prestigious 45th annual Queen's pageant was held. more »»

Needles found amongst the litter around Timber Ridge Apartments

August 7, 2013 Rebekah Fowler, resident of Timber Ridge Apartments in Sistersville, is concerned for her six-year-old daughter's well being following an incident on Friday July 26. more »»

New employees hired for PCPD

August 7, 2013 The Paden City Police Department (PCPD) will have two new additions to their staff following the Paden City Council meeting on Monda. more »»

LEPC accepts applications for membership

August 7, 2013 Participants applied to become committee members of the Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) at the Aug. 1 meeting. Applications were filled out and turned in at the end of the meeting. more »»

New teachers hired

July 31, 2013 BY ALEX KING Staff Writer Following the July 29 Board of Education meeting, Tyler Consolidated High School (TCHS) will welcome two new teaching additions for the upcoming school year. more »»

Tyler County goes by the books

July 31, 2013 With no foreseeable end in sight to oil and gas activity in Tyler County, the demand for access to courthouse documents has exceeded the size of the building's record room. more »»

“The sky is the limit” for Sistersville Tank Works

July 31, 2013 Sistersville Tank Works (STW) is a West Virginia custom vessel fabrication company that has been built into the history books of the state during the last 115 years of its operation. more »»

Traffic light causes safety concerns

July 31, 2013 Safety concerns are being voiced by local residents and business owners following the placement of stoplights at both ends of the under-construction Plea-santview Bridge in Middlebourn. more »»

Drawings eliminate a need for line standers

July 24, 2013 Following the adoption of a number-drawing system, the occupation of "line standing" in Tyler County is considered a thing of the past. more »»

Courthouse developments continue

July 24, 2013 Tyler County Commission voted on several courthouse developments at their meeting Tuesday. more »»

New members are sworn in

July 17, 2013 Middlebourne’s new mayor, Charles Delauder, swore in the new members of the town’s council at their meeting July 8. more »»

LEPC uses funds

July 17, 2013 Office of Emergency Management (OEM) Director Tom Cooper updated members of the Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) on several developments at their June 11 meeting. more »»

 
 

 

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