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Rice Wins Sistersville Mayor's Seat

March 27, 2014 The unofficial, until canvassed, results of Thursday’s election in Sistersville name Bill Rice as the next mayor of the city. more »»

Sistersville’s Election To Be Held Thursday

March 26, 2014 None of the Sistersville council seat races are contested, even though there are more than one contestants in some wards. more »»

And the winner is...

March 26, 2014 A Sistersville woman won $2 million playing Powerball. more »»

Board of Ed. receives requests

March 26, 2014 At the March 17th meeting of the Tyler County Board of Education public library funding requests and increasing exercise were on the top of the agenda. more »»

Phone system to be installed for Tyler offices

March 26, 2014  Bob Mead of Frontier Communications appeared before the Tyler County Commissioners on March 11 to explain the new phone system for the courthouse and the county’s magistrate and prosecutors offices. more »»

Cases heard in February term of Grand Jury

March 26, 2014 Several indictees from the February term of the Tyler County Grand Jury appeared in court last week for arraignment. Dwayne A. more »»

Sisters walk the red carpet

March 19, 2014 15th Annual Sisters Fest festivities were held in Sistersville over the weekend with sisters and friends gathering from all over to participate in several planned activities for women only in... more »»

Sewer project tops discussion points at Paden City Council

March 19, 2014 BY ED PARSONS Staff Writer Tim Meeks of the Mid Ohio Valley Regional Council, along with representatives from Thrasher Engineering, appeared before Paden City Council Monday to update city official... more »»

New indictments to be consolidated with old

March 19, 2014 In Tyler County Circuit Court Thursday Judge Mark A. Karl presided over a voluntariness hearing to determine if a defendant’s statements were admissible. William B. Neff, 51, of Rt. more »»

Guilty plea entered in breaking and entering

March 19, 2014 John D. Easter, 43, pleaded guilty in Tyler County Circuit Court Thursday to an information charge of breaking and enterin. more »»

Sistersville Park Committee prepares for summer season

March 19, 2014 Summer is coming and perhaps no one is more acutely aware of that fact than the Sistersville Park and Pool Committee. more »»

Sistersville to lose officer

March 19, 2014 Sistersville’s police force will likely be down one officer soon. more »»

Bantug is selected as Miss Knight, 2014

March 19, 2014 Caroline Bantug, a senior at Tyler Consolidated High School, was selected as “Miss Knight, 2014” at the pageant held at the high school auditorium last wee. more »»

Something was brewing in Sistersville

March 19, 2014 (Editor’s note:  This is the latest installment from the Tyler County Planning Commission in conjunction with the Tyler County Bicentennial. more »»

County Chorus concert entertains all

March 19, 2014 The 2014 All County Chorus was held at the Tyler Consolidated Middle/High School Auditorium on March 13 with all the choir students in the county participating. The Arthur I. more »»

Claims refuted at city council

March 12, 2014 A former mayor of Sistersville spoke up at the city council meeting Monday night, held at the town’s fire hall, to refute some claims of him overspending. more »»

Middlebourne to drill water wells

March 12, 2014 In the face of the water contamination issues in the Kanawha Valley, questions of contamination on Middle Island Creek, and recent legislation, Middlebourne will explore getting their water from well. more »»

Tyler couple arrested on drug charges

March 12, 2014 On Wednesday evening, March 5, the Tyler County Sheriff's office executed a search warrant at 407 Stealey Street in Middlebourne, as the result of an ongoing investigation. more »»

Ham and Bacon sale nets $57,280.80

March 12, 2014 The Tyler Chapter of the Future Farmers of America sales grossed $57,280.80 at their annual sale held March 6, at Tyler County High School. more »»

Commission receives grant

March 12, 2014 The Tyler County Commission has received a $8,766 grant from the Records Management and Preservation Board. more »»



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