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BOE approves salary increase resolution

December 4, 2013 The Tyler County Board of Education approved a resolution during their meeting Monday evening to support a salary increase for all school personnel in West Virginia. more »»

Sistersville Public Library Board moves to correct payroll tax issues

December 4, 2013 When the Sistersville Public Library Board met on Nov. 25, Board Co-President Beverly Henderson brought to light several problems regarding past payroll taxe. more »»

Library to recoup funding

December 4, 2013 At the Nov. 25 Sistersville Public Library Board Meeting, Library Director Heather Weekley announced that their lost state funding should be reinstated in January. more »»

Magistrates oversee cases

December 4, 2013 The following cases were heard recently in Tyler County Magistrate Court before Magistrate John Roberts and Mike Griffin: Corey A. Jones, 23, of 24 Stonehedge Way, Amherst, W.Va. more »»

Boggs to host a free Thanksgiving feast

November 27, 2013 This Thursday the family owned and operated Boggs Pizza & Grill, located along Main Street in Middlebourne, will continue its tradition of giving by opening its doors to the community for a free... more »»

"What A Wonderful World"

November 27, 2013 We all know the story of Thanksgiving. It has been told over and over. The tale is heard from the time we are young until we grow old. more »»

Journey Hospice selling ornaments

November 27, 2013 Not only has Journey Hospice been serving patients and families of Tyler, Wetzel, and Pleasants counties since 1991, but for 16 years now its volunteers have carried out the Journey Hospice Tree... more »»

Common Core likened to extending ‘tentacles’

November 27, 2013 BY ALEX KING Staff Writer Tyler County residents sharing concerns about the implementation of Common Core in local schools met in Tyler County Senior Center's Ellsworth Auditorium on Nov. 14. more »»

Tyler County plans for its 200th birthday

November 27, 2013 When originally formed from Ohio County, Va., the boundaries of Tyler County incorporated Pleasants County, Ritchie County, Doddridge County, and much of Wetzel County. more »»

Magistrates oversee cases

November 27, 2013 The following cases were heard recently in Tyler County Magistrate Court before Magistrates Mike Griffin and John Roberts: John Patrick Hennessey, 71, of Rd 2, Box 161, Middlebourne, was charged on... more »»

Olive Branch helps animals

November 27, 2013 Three neglected Boxer-Beagle puppies rescued from a Paden City home in October are now in good health and good homes, according to Olive Branch Animal Rescue and Refuge President Linda Henriksen. more »»

W.Va. Attorney General visits Sistersville Tank Works

November 27, 2013 Wherever he goes, W.Va. more »»

Walker threatens lawsuit at Sistersville Council meeting

November 20, 2013 Grievances with city officials were expressed at the Nov. 12 Sistersville Council meeting. more »»

Sistersville’s Third Ward remains unrepresented

November 20, 2013 "It's not going to kill us (to wait) for one more month," said Mayor Ann Doig at the Oc. more »»

Boor sentenced to one to five years

November 20, 2013 Zachary S. Boor, 23, of Middlebourne, was sentenced in Tyler County Circuit Court Thursday to his original punishment of one to five years in the West Virginia Penitentiary for Men. more »»

Commission discusses possibility of forming an ambulance board

November 20, 2013 Katy Wells of Middlebourne EMS was present at the Nov. 12 Tyler County Commission meeting to discuss the potential formation of an Ambulance Advisory Board. more »»

Sistersville Council meets at City Hall

November 20, 2013 At the Nov. 12 meeting, Sistersville Council voted to choose a new location for their next regular meeting. more »»

Veterans Day Service

November 13, 2013 Veterans Day services were held in Sistersville at the Veterans Memorial Park on Monday at 11 a.. more »»

Moffit sentenced one to 10 years in pen

November 13, 2013 Coy L. Moffit II, of Sistersville, was sentenced to one to 10 years in the West Virginia Penitentiary for Men on Thursday in Tyler County Circuit Court by Judge Mark A. Karl. more »»

 
 

 

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