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Elect Bill Cole As Governor

November 2, 2016 Tyler County voters have a tradition of backing Republicans for governor. It will be more important for them to do so in the Nov. 8 election than for many years, by voting for Bill Col. more »»

Morrisey, Warner, Leonhardt Are Best

November 2, 2016 While our governor sets the tone for much of what happens in Charleston, the nuts and bolts of state government are handled by the heads of agencies. more »»

Sportsmanship on Display at Football Game

October 26, 2016 For many years, an intense rivalry has existed between the Silver Knights and Blue Eagles, particularly on the football field. Magnolia has had a successful football team for a long time. more »»

Alumni Gathering a Chance to Reminisce

October 19, 2016 High school reunions offer a chance not only to look back, but an opportunity to see how far we’ve come. Saturday, Tyler County High School celebrated a reunion for multiple classes of alumni. more »»

Summers Burns Hot For Volleyball Victory

October 12, 2016 Tyler Consolidated High School volleyball Coach Richard Summers passed a milestone recently with his 500th career victor. more »»

Hoder Crowned As Homecoming Queen

October 12, 2016 Rain could not deny destiny during Friday’s halftime Homecoming coronation. Senior Courtney Hoder was crowned as the 2016 Homecoming Queen while the runner-up was Hannah Ankrom. more »»

Local Marching Bands Deserve a Note of Praise

October 5, 2016 Our local marching bands deserve praise for capturing top honors recently at the Ripley Viking Fest. The Silver Knights were awarded Grand Champions at their first competition of the year. more »»

Historians Recognize Contributions of Johnson

October 5, 2016 Through the efforts of three local historians, the West Virginia Department of Culture and History is set to recognize the contributions of a Tyler County native son. more »»

Grandma's Country Kitchen

September 29, 2016 As it is closing in on the beginning of scare season, October, this column deserves more than a quick glance. Remember, Mrs. more »»

Marble Festival Draws Record Crowds

September 28, 2016 Sistersville’s Marble Festival attracted thousands of people to the three-day event that ended Sunday. Marble fans were able to learn more about how these glass treasures are made. more »»

Shoeless Runner Scores Points on Character

September 28, 2016 Silver Knights’ Nathan Barker deserves praise for not giving up, but doing something that shows his commitment to the cross country tea. more »»

Festivals Showcase Best of Tyler County

September 21, 2016 Two festivals show the kindness and hospitality that Tyler County has to offer. The West Virginia Oil and Gas Festival drew many folks to Sistersville last weekend. more »»

Hospital, City Deal with Uncertainty

September 14, 2016 Sistersville City Council and administrators from the city’s hospital have a lot of decisions to make in the future. more »»

Paden City Labor Day Parade a Success

September 7, 2016 It was good to see both sides of the street lined with people watching the Labor Day parade on Monday in Paden City. more »»

Water Supply in Good Hands

August 31, 2016 Sistersville City Hall was concerned about the potential effect that Saturday’s chlorine leak could have had on the Ohio River, and ultimately the city’s water supply. more »»

Local Teen Shares Passion for Local History

August 31, 2016 Eli Henthorn should be applauded for his knowledge of Tyler County histor. more »»


August 24, 2016 Area high school football teams play their season openers this Friday at 7 p.m. Tyler Consolidated High School will host Williamstown, and Paden City opens on the road at Symmes Valley. more »»

Middlebourne Employees Deserve Praise

August 17, 2016 Much praise should be given to Middlebourne’s city employees who have worked hard in recent days to repair water line leaks. Sunday, a water line ruptured shortly after midnigh. more »»

Tip of the Hat to Work, Ammons

August 17, 2016 Two native sons deserve a tip of the hat. Julian Work and Creed Ammons were recently recognized by the state’s Elks leaders as Teen of the Year and Junior Teen of the Year, respectivel. more »»

New School Year Offers Clean Slate

August 10, 2016 Tyler County students can look forward to attending another year of school when the doors open this week after a long summer. more »»



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