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Several Plead Not Guilty In Circuit Court

November 10, 2015 Several people were arraigned last week before Second Circuit Court Judge Jeffrey Cramer in Tyler Count. more »»

Ferry Poised to Shut Down For Season Until Spring

November 3, 2015 Captain Herman Hause stared at the choppy waters as he stood on the deck of City of Sistersville II, the only ferry remaining on the Ohio River in West Virginia. more »»

Razor Blade Found In Halloween Candy In Middlebourne

November 3, 2015 Tyler County Sheriff’s Department reported that a piece of a razor blade was discovered within a candy bar gathered during trick-or-treating. more »»

Suspended Chief May Get Paid

November 3, 2015 Paden City Council approved a motion Monday to continue to pay a former police chief who was suspended after he allegedly attacked a woman. more »»

Parking Restriction Draws Ire

November 3, 2015 Nancy Raper brought her concerns Monday to Paden City Council about why she and her husband Tim are no longer allowed to park in front of their home on Robinson Street. more »»

Music Man Ready For Finale at High School

November 3, 2015 After a career filled with high notes, a music man is preparing to exit the stage at Tyler Consolidated High School. more »»

Tyler County Schools Score Top Marks in West Virginia

November 3, 2015 Tyler County Schools are ranked among the top10 best schools in the state by NICHE, an organization which ranks school systems nationwide. more »»

Benefit Planned for Swisher

November 3, 2015 A benefit for Tyler County resident Darren Swisher will be held Nov. 7, 1-9 p.m. at Sistersville Volunteer Fire Department. more »»

Black Cat Victim Of Animal Cruelty

November 3, 2015 Camilla Freeland is seeking information about a black cat that had its left ear cut off in recent weeks. more »»

Ghost Stories Linger In Tyler and Wetzel Counties

October 28, 2015 Ghost stories abound this time of year when the shadows grow long in places near and far in Tyler and Wetzel Counties. more »»

Preparation, Education Pave Way for Students

October 28, 2015 MIDDLEBOURNE - A school’s response to a dangerous gunman and sex education took centerstage Oct. 19 at the Tyler County Board of Education meeting. more »»

Local Man Flies High For Birthday

October 28, 2015 The 50th birthday is a momentous occassion for anyone. However, usually for such a milestone, the person celebrating marks the occassion with a special dinner or party with friends and family. more »»

Boiler Shutdown Underscores Tyler Courthouse Needs

October 28, 2015 The Tyler County Courthouse’s closure last week underscored the commission’s maintenance needs and its aspirations for upgrades and renovations. more »»

Sistersville Ferry Was Close to Eckels’ Heart

October 28, 2015 SISTERSVILLE — A Tyler County man who fought to save Sistersville’s ferry is being remembered for his generous spirit and unwavering dedication to his hometown. John P. more »»

Clock Ticks on County Home’s Future

October 21, 2015 The Tyler County Commission listened to a plea to preserve the county home for future generations. more »»

Tyler Sheriff Seeks Pay Increase for Deputies

October 21, 2015 Tyler County Sheriff’s Department wants more money to pay its deputie. more »»

Paden City Suspends Police Chief

October 21, 2015 Paden City Police Chief Joseph Richardson was suspended with pay Thursday pending the outcome of a domestic battery investigation. more »»

Man Missing On Squirrel Hunt Found

October 21, 2015 A Tyler County man, who had been squirrel hunting when he was reported missing Tuesday, was discovered about 24 hours later Wednesday deep in the woods a few miles from his hom. more »»

Wagon Travels Through Tyler County

October 21, 2015 On a late Monday afternoon in Tyler County, an unfamiliar site can be since in a field along Route 180, a Conestoga wagon, three large draft horses and Lee Crafton also known as “Lee the Horselogger. more »»

Tyler Makes Paying Taxes Easier

October 21, 2015 Paying taxes just got a little easier in Tyler County. Tyler County Commission approved County Clerk Teresa Hamilton’s plan that allows taxpayers to pay their bills using credit cards. more »»



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