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Middlebourne Boil Order Ends

August 17, 2016 MIDDLEBOURNE -- City Hall said the boil order was lifted Wednesday afternoon and all water quality tests came out good. "All water tests came back passing state drinking water standard. more »»

Water Leak Nearly Drains Middlebourne

August 17, 2016 MIDDLEBOURNE — City Hall issued a boil order alert after a major water line broke Sunday morning in front of the Tyler County Senior Center. more »»

BOE Discusses Water Boil

August 17, 2016 MIDDLEBOURNE — Tyler County Board of Education discussed the water boil order that directly affects Tyler High School/Middle schools. more »»

Elks Club Honors Pair of Tyler Teens

August 17, 2016 SISTERSVILLE — Two Tyler County native sons were honored recently by the state’s Elks clu. more »»

Tyler County Fair Leaves Memories

August 10, 2016 MIDDLEBOURNE —The 54th annual Tyler County Fair ended another successful week of festivities when it closed the doors Saturday evening. more »»

Students Head Back to Class This Week at Tyler Schools

August 10, 2016 MIDDLEBOURNE ­-- After a long summer, Tyler County Schools are opening their doors this week to students, faculty and staff. Students in grades 1-6 and grade 9 will begin attending classes Thursda. more »»

Vandals Damage County Home

August 10, 2016 MIDDLEBOURNE — Vandals attacked the former Tyler County home Saturday evening. Peggy George, president of the Restoration Committee, said the matter has been reported to the authorities. more »»

Dirt Don't Hurt

August 10, 2016 MIDDLEBOURNE — Dessie Weekley and her daughter, Seminole, had front row seats at Saturday’s Mud Bog competition at the Tyler County Fairgrounds. more »»

Tyler Star News Captures Press Association Awards

August 10, 2016 SISTERSVILLE — The Tyler Star News and Wetzel Chronicle newspapers received several awards at the West Virginia Press Association’s 2016 Better Newspaper Contest, held Friday and Saturday at Lakevie... more »»

A New Queen Is Crowned

August 3, 2016 MIDDLEBOURNE — A Friendly woman was crowned late Monday evening as Tyler County Fair Queen. Seminole Weekley’s blue eyes lit up the moment she was named as the new queen. more »»

Tyler County Fair Kicks Off 54th Year

August 3, 2016 MIDDLEBOURNE — Every time the auctioneer would name a price, maybe raise it a dollar or two, Bill Baker would raise his hands in the air and point to the person who bid on a dessert at the Tyler... more »»

Ohio River Ferryboat Festival Deemed A Success

August 3, 2016 SISTERSVILLE — Joy Hayes and Ron Redman sat in their lawn chairs a shop hop from the stage on Saturday at the Ohio River Ferryboat Festival. more »»

Lifeguard of the Week

August 3, 2016 SISTERSVILLE — Allison Wable grew up being able to walk to the city’s pool where she has worked since she was 16-years-old – five summers ago. more »»

Cemeteries Across the State in Danger of Fading Away

July 31, 2016 SISTERSVILLE — Cemeteries across the region are in need of a caring hand. Bill Deaton of Friendly took it upon himself to beautify the Wells Cemetery located behind Sistersville General Hospital. more »»

Bridge Dedicated to Vietnam Veteran

July 27, 2016 MIDDLEBOURNE — Vietnam veterans, family and the community honored the memory of a Tyler County soldier by naming a bridge after him. more »»

Mariner Steers A Piece of History

July 27, 2016 SISTERSVILLE — Captain Herman “Bo” Hause had his eyes on the Ohio River as he steered the City of Sistersville II ferry toward the landing. more »»

Police K-9 Passes Away

July 27, 2016 SISTERSVILLE — One man’s best friend has gone to doggy heaven. Police Chief Rob Haught’s trusty companion, Mauser, died in his sleep July 14 at home. The German Shepherd was 14 years ol. more »»

Ferryboat Festival Steams Ahead

July 27, 2016 SISTERSVILLE — The Ohio River Ferryboat Festival is taking place between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. Saturday in Sistersville and Fly, Ohio. more »»

Quinn Pleads Guilty

July 27, 2016 NEW MARTINSVILLE — A Paden City woman originally charged with murder pleaded guilty Wednesday to a lesser charge of voluntary manslaughter. Jessica Quinn, 36, of 114 S. Third Ave. more »»

Prayer Vigil Held For Local Officers

July 27, 2016 PADEN CITY — A prayer vigil was held Friday evening at the city park to give thanks and honor area law enforcement officers. more »»



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