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Julia Bolin Eyes BOE Seat

March 28, 2018 Julia Bolin announces her candidacy for the Tyler County Board of Education. She states, “I believe that education is paramount to improving the lives of our community members, country and world. more »»

Multi-Million Dollar Fix for County Home Debated

March 21, 2018 Several years-worth of debate on the County Home came to a climax Wednesday, March 14. more »»

Local Ladies Gather For Fellowship at Sisters Fest

March 21, 2018 Editor’s Note: Kelly Soloman, eldest granddaughter of Adam and Shannon Kelly, e-mailed us her thoughts on this past weekend’s Sisters Fest. Read, and enjoy, below: Gratefu. more »»

Dates Set For Academic Awards Ceremony And Reception

March 21, 2018 Peoples Bank will sponsor the 40th Annual Academic Awards Ceremony and Reception to honor students in Grades 5-12 in all Tyler County Schools and Paden City Schools. more »»

Results Released For Social Studies Fair

March 21, 2018 Tyler County Schools has released the results of its school, county-level, and regional Social Studies Fair. Listed below are the school results. more »»

Mike Smith Wants Tyler County Commission Seat

March 21, 2018 Mike Smith, a Republican from Middlebourne, has announced his candidacy for Tyler County Commission. Mike and his wife, Debra Heintzman Smith, are life-long Tyler County residents. more »»

Byers Announces Board Of Education Candidacy

March 21, 2018 Katrina Byers, Director of the Family Resource Network, is announcing her candidacy for the Tyler County Board of Education, West District. more »»

Ham, Bacon, Eggs and Bread Sale Raises Over $51,000

March 14, 2018 Tyler County FFA held its annual Ham, Bacon, Egg and Bread Sale on March 8 and a total of $51,811.35 raise. more »»

Paden City Looking to Clean Up Water Problems

March 14, 2018 Mayor Ken Stead began Paden City’s March 5 council meeting by informing attendees that Paden City is having some serious water issues, and the city is trying to correct those issues on a very thin... more »»

Sisters Fest Planned for March 16-17 in Sistersville

March 14, 2018 Sisters near and far will gather in Sistersville March 16-17 for the 19th Annual Sisters Fest! The yearly celebration marks the bond among sisters and friends. more »»

King Eyes House Seat For W.Va. House District 6

March 14, 2018 Sistersville Councilman Alex King is asking for your help to become the next Republican representative for WV House of Delegates, District 6. more »»

Ralph Thomas Announces Board of Ed Candidacy

March 14, 2018 Ralph Thomas has announced his candidacy for Tyler County Board of Education. Ralph and his wife, Jane, reside in the Dale Community (Indian Creek). more »»

Change Your Clocks, Change Your Batteries

March 8, 2018 CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Daylight Saving Time begins in the U.S. at 2 a.m. Sunday, March. 11, 2018. The W.V. more »»

Deal Reached in Stoppage

March 7, 2018 As of Tuesday morning, it appeared an end might be in sight to the continuing work stoppage by West Virginia teachers and service personnel. more »»


March 7, 2018 Photo by Kristen Keller Art Mason is sworn in as board member during the Feb. 19 Tyler County Board of Education meeting. Mason will be completing the term recently held by Scott Strode. more »»

And the Meat Goes On ...

March 7, 2018 The 68th Annual Tyler County Ham, Bacon and Egg Show and Sale will be held on March 8 located at the Tyler Consolidated High School, regardless of any work stoppages. more »»

Heather Rice Appointed As Sistersville Interim Recorder

March 7, 2018 Sistersville Council met Feb. 26 to appoint an interim recorder after Chad Edward’s March 2 departure. Council appointed Heather Rice, the daughter-in-law of Mayor Bill Rice. more »»

LEPC Updated On Local Addiction Services

March 7, 2018 At the recent meeting of the Tyler County Local Emergency Planning Committee, Kristen Ruble from Westbrook Health Services announced there is a grant which will extend substance abuse services to... more »»

Thor Bringing the Thunder To Sistersville Police Department

March 7, 2018 Sistersville’s Police Department is looking to make some renovations to Police Chief Rob Haught’s vehicle so that Haught’s police dog, Thor, can comfortably ride alon. more »»

Jenkins Visits The Northern Panhandle

March 7, 2018 Though he hails from Huntington, W.Va., United States Congressman Evan Jenkins (R-W.. more »»



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