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LEPC holds meeting

December 17, 2014 Tyler County's Local Emergency Planning Committee met for their regular monthly meeting on Dec. 11. more »»

Tippins takes council seat

December 17, 2014 For Tonya Tippins, things took an interesting turn at Sistersville's Council meeting Dec. 8. more »»

VFW makes donations

December 17, 2014 The Sistersville VFW Post 6327 made their annual charitable donations to local organizations recently, thanking each of them for the work they do for the community. more »»

Middlebourne celebrates Christmas with “Frozen”

December 17, 2014 The Middlebourne Christmas Parade was held in Middlebourne on Saturday morning with a good sized local crowd in attendance. more »»

A “Picture Perfect Christmas” in Sistersville

December 17, 2014 After being cancelled last week due to inclement weather and cold, the Sistersville Community Service Organization sponsored Sistersville Christmas Parade went on without a hitch on Friday in... more »»

Paden City hosts St. Nick

December 10, 2014 Despite the nasty weather conditions, Paden City went on with their "Light up Night" as planned on Dec. more »»

Annexation tops council discussions

December 10, 2014 At Monday night's meeting of Middlebourne Town Council, Union Bank President and Chief Executive Officer Tim Aiken questioned council regarding the annexation of Long Reach Federal Credit Union int... more »»

Fatal accident reported on Braden Hill Rd.

December 10, 2014 On Friday, Nov. 28, at approximately 2 p.m., the Tyler County Sheriff's office, along with the Middlebourne Fire Dept., Shirley Fire Dept. more »»

Weather cancels local activities

December 10, 2014 Rainy cold weather caused the cancellation of both Sistersville and Middlebourne's annual Christmas parades last week. Both parades have been rescheduled for this weekend. more »»

Sistersville Council approves bonuses

December 10, 2014 Potential changes to the city's charter and Christmas bonuses were topics of conversation during the Dec. 8 meeting of Sistersville City Counci. more »»

Commission considers website for the county

December 10, 2014 The Tyler County Commission is looking at contracting for the creation and maintenance of a website to promote the county. William Hawkins of WVyourWa. more »»

Traffic stop nets arrests

December 10, 2014 What started off as a routine traffic stop ended up being so much more for Middlebourne Chief Tim Cecil. more »»

Meth problem catching attention of law enforcement

December 10, 2014 Methamphetamine is a highly addictive, central nervous system stimulant that can be ingested, snorted, smoked, or injected. more »»

Senator’s son arrested on drug charges

December 10, 2014 The son of West Virginia Senate President Jeff Kessler was arrested Dec. 3 following a nine-count indictment charging him with trafficking oxycodone. According to U.S. more »»

Communities plan Christmas festivities

December 3, 2014 Local communities have planned several Christmas holiday activities for residents to participate in and enjoy. more »»

Secure storage discussed at Commission

December 3, 2014 The Tyler County Commission decided during their Nov. 25 meeting to go a different direction than previously thought for a secure storage area. more »»

Service is lauded

December 3, 2014 On behalf of the citizens of Paden City, Mayor John “Hoppy” Hopkins presented a nice chime clock to Clifford Duke at a recent retirement dinne. more »»

Non payment of bills is discussed

December 3, 2014 Paden City Mayor John "Hoppy" Hopkins stated at Monday’s council meeting that the Thomas Apartments, that is located across State Route 2 from the Tasty Freez, has run into a problem regarding tras... more »»

Bailey recognized for music arrangement

December 3, 2014 Brian Bailey, music specialist at Sistersville Elementary School, appeared before the Tyler County Board of Education on Monday to inform them of his recognition as a National Known Composer for hi... more »»

Board endorses state wide pay resolution

December 3, 2014 The Tyler County Board of Education on Monday unanimously endorsed a resolution to support a statewide pay increase for all teachers and support professional. more »»



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