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So what happened with The Jug State Park?

May 14, 2014 (Editor’s note:  This is the latest installment from the Tyler County Planning Commission in conjunction with the Tyler County Bicentennial. more »»

Morrisey conducts town hall meeting in county

May 14, 2014 West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey spent approximately two hours speaking with area constituents on a variety of issues during a townhall meeting at the Tyler County Senior Center on... more »»

Candidates seek BOE seats

May 7, 2014 The Tyler Star News mailed questions to all candidates in the hotly contested race for three seats on the Tyler County Board of Education. more »»

Board honors Dylan Reynolds’ achievement

May 7, 2014 A student at Tyler Consolidated High School has achieved a first in the school’s history. Dylan Reynolds, a senior at TCHS, has placed in the top 15 at the State Math Field Day. more »»

VanCamp pleads guilty to operation of meth drug lab

May 7, 2014 John M. VanCamp, 46, pleaded guilty in Tyler County Circuit Court Thursday to an information charge of operating a clandestine drug laboratory, manufacturing methamphetamine. more »»

Friendly PSD changes name

May 7, 2014 As of May 5, the Friendly Public Service District is now known as the Tyler County Public Service District. more »»

The Jug State Park; what might have been

May 7, 2014 (Editor’s note:  This is the latest installment from the Tyler County Planning Commission in conjunction with the Tyler County Bicentennial. more »»

Romine seeks re-election

May 7, 2014 The Tyler Star News mailed questions to all candidates in the Sixth District House of Delegates race. The candidates are Republican Wm. Roger Romine, republican, and Karl Paul, democrat. more »»

Vietnam Veterans are honored

April 30, 2014 The Ohio Valley Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution honored all veterans of the Vietnam “era” in Sistersville on April 28, with a ceremony to unveil a display set up in the window... more »»

Local Momentive plant to continue

April 30, 2014 In the wake of its bankruptcy filing, Momentive Performance Materials Inc. has announced it has entered into a Restructuring Support Agreement with key stakeholders. more »»

Silver Knight concert band rates superior

April 30, 2014 The Silver Knight concert band played their way to another fine finish recently as the group upheld their usual excellence in earning a top award at a prestigious competition. more »»

Chief mechanic is introduced to Board

April 30, 2014 Duane Dober, personnel manager of Tyler County Schools, introduced Brendan Negie, chief mechanic for Tyler County Schools to the Board of Education on April 22, at the regular meeting of the board. more »»

County Commission approves bid for courthouse repairs

April 30, 2014 Tyler County commissioners received only one bid for the courthouse roof work and stone restoration project after advertising the work for bid for two weeks. more »»

Seniors vie for prom crowns

April 30, 2014 Tyler Consolidated High School has announced the 2014 "Passport to Paris" Prom Queen and King court for this year. The King and Queen will be crowned at 8 p.m. on May 3 in the school auditorium. more »»

Tyler County’s best kept secret: The Jug

April 30, 2014 (Editor’s note:  This is the latest installment from the Tyler County Planning Commission in conjunction with the Tyler County Bicentennial. more »»

Top students are recognized

April 23, 2014 The 36th annual Academic Awards Ceremony and Reception to honor students in Tyler County and Paden City Schools was held on April 15 and 17 at in the Tyler Consolidated High/Middle School... more »»

Prosecutor’s office investigates theft

April 23, 2014 After last week’s allegations that a water system at the Sistersville Sewer Plant was dismantled and stolen, piece by piece, new information has come to light. more »»

Middlebourne to raise water rates

April 23, 2014 On April 15 Middlebourne Council unanimously approved the first of three readings to increase water rates by 15 percent. more »»

TSA Chapter ‘three-peats’ as Outstanding Chapter

April 23, 2014 Technology students from all over West Virginia converged on Cedar Lakes in Ripley, March 27-29 to participate and compete in the West Virginia TSA (Technology Student Association) 2013/14 State... more »»

Park and Pool plans several future events

April 23, 2014 The Sistersville Park and Pool Committee continues to improve the town’s facilities and plan for future events. more »»

 
 
 

 

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