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Santa Serves More Than Gifts, But Faith as Well

December 2, 2015 Martin Parrish doesn’t just wear a red and white Santa suit, he becomes something more. “Kids are our lives and the future generation,” said Parrish, 56, of Middlebourne. more »»

Water Woes Threaten Sistersville’s Future

December 2, 2015 Sistersville’s Water Board is studying three options that would eliminate the city’s need to draw water from the Ohio River. more »»

Federal Attorney Seeking Victims

December 2, 2015 United States Attorney William J. more »»

Captain Steers Christmas Parade Through Sistersville

December 2, 2015 Capt. Herman Hause will serve as marshal for Sistersville’s Christmas parade. “It was a surprise when I got a call asking me to do it,” he sai. more »»

‘Grandma’ Hoover Serves As Christmas Parade Marshal

December 2, 2015 A woman known by many as “Grandma” will serve at marshal Saturday for Middlebourne’s Christmas parade. more »»

Pastors Celebrate God’s Blessings, Give Thanks

December 2, 2015 Dozens of people gathered within an historic brick church on Wells Street to honor God’s grace for the Sistersville Area Ministerial Association’s annual Thanksgiving service. more »»

Veteran Tyler County Educator Set to Retire

December 2, 2015 A longtime Tyler County educator is retirin. more »»

Marching Through Time

November 25, 2015 The Silver Knight’s Marching Band is a family that provides Tyler County with music and memories. “The band members put the group before themselves,” longtime Band Director Wayne Smith said. more »»

Closure Leaves Finance Company Clients Worried

November 25, 2015 The abrupt closure of Budget Finance Company in New Martinsville has left clients worried about their investments and both local and state officials seeking answers. more »»

Country Girl at Heart Serves as Fortune 500 Company Treasure

November 25, 2015 Stanley Starkey raised a large and successful family on the virtues of knowing right from wrong and the value of hard work. more »»

Deer Hunting Season Helps Create Strong Family Bonds

November 25, 2015 Deer hunting firearms season began Monday morning across the Mountain State. Temperatures this week will range from the upper 40s to the mid 60s and it looks to be a sunny, dry year – no rain. more »»

American Legion Inks Deal for New Post 86 Home

November 25, 2015 American Legion Post 86 in Paden City is about to start a new chapter. more »»

Transportation Director Speaks to School Board

November 25, 2015 The Nov. 16 meeting of the Tyler County Board of Education included a presentation by the counties transportation director Troy Smith. more »»

Magistrates Dotson and Griffin Hear Cases

November 25, 2015 Samuel B. Warner, 62, of 1632 Big Run Rd., Alma, W. Va., was charged in Magistrate court with the misdemeanour offense of false pretenses. The charge is alleged to have occurred on Feb. more »»

Sistersville’s Makeover Begins With the Holidays

November 19, 2015 Downtown Sistersville is poised for a makeover. In the near term, wreaths and holiday lights were recently placed on utility poles downtown for the holiday season. more »»

Duty, Honor, Country

November 19, 2015 Gray skies faded to blue as the area’s warriors gathered last week to celebrate Veterans Day. more »»

Meeting of the Minds Generates Ideas, Progress for Tyler County

November 19, 2015 Civic leaders gathered recently to discuss drug prevention and how to better engage citizens and young people at the fourth annual Meeting of Municipalities. more »»

Local Food Pantry Serves Christ’s Will

November 19, 2015 By Miles Layton Staff Writer A few hours after Pastor Darrell Mayfield’s Sunday sermon at Sistersville’s First Baptist Church, he was thinking about the church’s food pantry. more »»

W.Va. High Court Rules Man’s Lawsuit Can Proceed

November 19, 2015 The state’s Supreme Court ruled that a Middlebourne man’s lawsuit against a State Police trooper and a Tyler County Sheriff Deputy can move forward. more »»

Paden City Police Chief Will Be Suspended Without Pay

November 19, 2015 Paden City Police Chief Joseph Richardson will be suspended without pay as he faces domestic battery charges, city council decided last week. During a special meeting Nov. more »»



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