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Buck Season Scores Trophy Harvest

January 6, 2016 Deer hunters rejoice. More deer were harvested during buck firearm last season than were killed in 2014, according to the state Division of Natural Resources. more »»

Former Paden City Police Chief Hearing Rescheduled

January 6, 2016 Former Paden City Police Chief Joseph Richardson’s hearing Dec. 30 in Tyler County Magistrate Court will be rescheduled to a later date. Richardson was arrested Oct. more »»

Longtime Pharmacist Looking to Retirement

December 30, 2015 Longtime pharmacist Jim Phillips has a handheld metal device in his office that hearkens back to long ago days as a young man who provided prescriptions for decades to folks in Tyler Count. more »»

Sistersville Moves Forward With Projects in 2015

December 30, 2015 Sistersville moved forward with many projects during 2015. “In my opinion while we have accomplished so much there is still more to do. more »»

High School Seniors Win EQT Scholarships

December 30, 2015 Four area students have been awarded prestigious EQT Students of Excellence Scholarships. more »»

Paden City Makes Most of ’15

December 30, 2015 Paden City had a banner year filled with notable events that ranged from babies to parking and police chiefs to water woes. more »»

Middlebourne Paves Way Toward Future

December 30, 2015 Middlebourne had a banner year that included a water rate increase, a toss at a vicious dog ordinance and ended with the acquisition of a new police cruiser. more »»

Tyler Commission Presented With ‘In God We Trust’ Plaque

December 30, 2015 Tyler County Commission had a light agenda leading into the Christmas holiday last week. When the commission met Dec. 22, Ronnie Parr presented commissioners with a plaque “In God We Trust.”. more »»

Mother and Son Share Music Teaching Legacy

December 23, 2015 Music runs deep in the lives of two Tyler County choir teachers. more »»

Edgell Not Running For Seat

December 23, 2015 Former state legislator Larry Edgell has decided not to seek a seat on the Wetzel County Commission in 2016, choosing instead to retire from public life and spend more time with family. more »»

Filing Periods Announced

December 23, 2015 Though the U.S. Presidential primaries are heating up leading into the Iowa Caucuses, there is another election that Sistersville voters should know about. more »»

True Meaning of Christmas

December 23, 2015 First Baptist Church of Sistersville held a live Nativity scene to usher in the reason for the season. “The Nativity portrays the first Christmas,” Pastor Darrell Mayfield sai. more »»

African Adventure Dreams Come True

December 23, 2015 When Amy Toman was 5-years-old, she got a Christmas gift that sparked a lifetime passion for animals. more »»

Middlebourne Council OKs Rental Of Trailer to Obtain New Police Car

December 23, 2015 Middlebourne Council had a light agenda before the holidays at its last meeting of the year. During the Dec. more »»

Christmas Horse Rides Again

December 23, 2015 Snow covered the ground and temperature was a balmy 34 degrees, but that didn’t deter Robyn Yeager’s Christmas spirit as she rode her Zigger through Pine Grove. more »»

Bank Invests in Community Via Sidewalks Replacement

December 16, 2015 There’s an old wives tale about how, while walking on a sidewalk, “step on a crack, break your mother’s back. more »»

County Commission Hosts Christmas Dinner

December 16, 2015 Tyler County Commission hosted its annual Christmas dinner recently. Eric Vincent, Tyler Commission president, said more than 50 attended the covered-dish meal Dec. more »»

New Rural Clinic Coming to Middlebourne

December 16, 2015 Rural health just got a shot in the arm in Tyler County. Sistersville General Hospital is moving its rural health clinic to a much larger space in Middlebourne. The clinic will open its doors Jan. more »»

PCPD’s Helmick Saves Life Of Infant

December 16, 2015 Paden City Police Department’s Patrolman Josh Helmick will be the recipient of a Life Savers Award, thanks to quick action he took to save a baby’s life on Thursday, Dec. 10. more »»

New Water Meters Discussed

December 16, 2015 Sistersville’s Water Board recently discussed the possibility of modernizing the city’s water meters. “The water board likes the radio read water meters,” said Mayor Bill Rice. more »»



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