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A hero always lives on

September 25, 2013 Inspiration is hard to come by at times. Even while writing an editorial, we might experience instances when we can hear the grinding of cricket legs. more »»

Fall is a time for festivals

September 18, 2013 Summer seems to be in our rearview, but the festivities in Tyler County never cease, and they never cease to amaze. This month in particular is festival-packed. more »»

Remember them now

September 11, 2013 There are times when we breathe deep, close our eyes, and make mental bookmarks. At such times, we are consciously scrapbooking moments of our lives that we find instrumental, worth recollection. more »»

Update to recent Ethics Act violation

September 5, 2013 In the Aug. 21 edition of the Tyler Star News we published an editorial pointing out some West Virginia Legislative Code violations committed by Sistersville Councilman Bill Schleier at the Aug. more »»

Conflicts of interest must be openly addressed at meetings

August 21, 2013 West Virginia Legislative Code §6B-2-5, which defines ethical standards for elected and appointed officials and public employees, states public officials may not vote on a personnel matter involvin... more »»

It was a summer for the books

August 14, 2013 Wow! What a fair, what fun, and what a way to close summer in Tyler County! We would like to take this time to extend our gratitude to every person involved, even in the smallest way, with making... more »»

Let your voice be heard

July 31, 2013 What's that? We can't hear you! Your mouth is moving, but you're not making a sound. more »»

Simply put, thank you

July 24, 2013 "For what?" you may ask. Well, for this. And by this, we mean the Tyler Star News. more »»

Start shopping for your mind

July 17, 2013 Bored yet? You shouldn't be! Summer's not over, and as we know in the newspaper business, there's always something going on in the community. more »»

It’s Christmas in July

July 12, 2013 When it comes to generosity, we often think of those winter months, when there's static in the air and the treetops are bar. more »»

In Defense of Freedom

June 5, 2013 One may never truly know the cost of freedom that so many have already paid dearl. more »»

A normal day far, far away

May 29, 2013 On a normal day for us, we wake up, have breakfast and get dressed in something we hope is reasonable. more »»

May is for Military Appreciation

May 15, 2013 The United States Congress has designated May as National Military Appreciation Month. They shouldn’t have had to take such a step. more »»

Mothers, the invention of necessity?

May 8, 2013 "Mom! I need this! Mom! I need that! Mom! Oh... I forgot what I needed." Sound familiar? As the old saying goes: necessity is the mother of invention. more »»

Words have many meanings

May 1, 2013 It's that time of year again. Spring is in the air, and so is the word love. more »»

A sacrifice we can’t afford to make

April 24, 2013 It's one of those sorrowful facts that we, as a society, too often come to accept: the cutting of art and music funding in school. more »»

A special birthday is on its way

April 10, 2013 Have you heard? There's a special birthday happening in Tyler County very soon, and celebrations are being planned! Are the celebrations for a prestigious resident? No, although many of them have... more »»

They worry, even when you don’t

April 3, 2013 Sure, a wide scale emergency situation seems like such a foreign concept here in Tyler County. more »»

Celebrate with your Community

March 27, 2013 With Easter quickly approaching, many have made plans to travel while others are hosting a gathering for family and friend. more »»

Sisters Fest Season

March 20, 2013 (Editor’ note: The following guest column was written by Kelly Solomon, the granddaughter of Shannon Kelly and the late Adam Kelley, Tyler Star News editor emeritus) For everything there is a... more »»

 
 

 

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