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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 »»

BOE looks at project needs

July 17, 2013 Tyler County Board of Education met Monday to determine which actions were best for ongoing improvements to Tyler County Schools and services. more »»

Vehicle break-ins under investigation

July 17, 2013 The Tyler County Sheriff's Department is investigating auto-tampering and burglary following the July 11 breaking into of five vehicles parked on East Street in Middlebourn. more »»

Commission reviews online record status

July 10, 2013 Prospects for the digitizing of courthouse records are still undetermined following the July 9 Tyler County Commission meeting. more »»

Sistersville Council weighs pool options

July 10, 2013 Concerns regarding city pool revenue were addressed and discussed at the July 8 Sistersville Council meetin. more »»

Tyler Consolidated Students attend National TSA Conference

July 10, 2013 Members of the Tyler Consolidated Technology Student Association (TSA) recently attended the 35th Annual National TSA Conference in Orlando, Florida. more »»

Paden City welcomes members to council

July 3, 2013 At Paden City Council's July 1 meeting, three councilmen and the recorder were sworn in as a result of the June elections. more »»

Fireworks punctuate Picnic in the Park

July 3, 2013 The fun and festivities of the Fourth of July holiday will continue Sunday with Sistersville’s annual Picnic In In The Park, sponsored by the Sistersville Community Service Organization. more »»

Commission discusses programs

July 3, 2013 The Tyler County Commission approved the applications of multiple grants, heard from various agencies, and determined the status of several programs at its June 25 meetin. more »»

Arts in the Park set for Thursday

July 3, 2013 Once again Uncle Sam, Carman Harman, will act as master of ceremonies for the annual Arts in the Park event slated for July 4. Arts in the Park will be held from 1-5 p.m. more »»

Sistersville Council terminates employment based on 14 points (updated)

June 26, 2013 At a Special Sistersville council meeting held June 18 at 7 p.m., the employment of City Water Clerk Alexis Billings was terminated based on 14 points. more »»

 
 

 

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