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Growing Up In Sistersville Part 2- Kay’s Pool Room

Kay’s Pool Room was a rite of passage for Sistersville boys. Generations of young men have passed through the door on their journey to becoming a man. It wasn’t fancy with just two pool tables, overhead dim lights filtered through cigarette and cigar smoke and the sound of a radio playing the local New Martinsville station, especially if Jack Fleming was calling a Mountaineer game. If you were a boy in Sistersville or Friendly in the 50s, 60s or 70s you remember Kay’s Pool Room. Its downtown location near the intersection of Wells Street and Charles made it the perfect ...

Editorial for March 3, 2021

The excitement is about to start. After a year of waiting and inactivity, the high school sports scene is in the spotlight. Boys and Girls basketball kicks off this week with several games on ...

Tyler County Commission Hears Light Agenda

The excitement is about to start. After a year of waiting and inactivity, the high school sports scene is in the spotlight. Boys and Girls basketball kicks off this week with several games on ...

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Editorial for March 3, 2021

The Wetzel/Tyler County Health Department has set the standard when it comes to getting the vaccine in the arms of area residents. They have been proficient in signing people up, and following through to make sure they get the second booster shot. Watching the long lines around the country, and ...

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FROM THOMAS E. TRADER, SR.

To The Editor,Well, I can see there has not been anything done since the last letter I put in the paper.There are two intersections in New Martinsville that are dangerous. That is the light at the Wetzel Chronicle building and the red light at Certified. The other third intersection is Route ...

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