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Memorial Day Services Held in Sistersville

Memorial Day, which may serve as the unofficial start of the summer season in Sistersville, has a greater meaning to most local residents. Since the early days of our country following the Civil War, small towns just like ours across this great land have gathered to honor those men and women ...

Memorial Day Services Held in Paden City

Memorial Day, which may serve as the unofficial start of the summer season in Paden City, has a greater meaning to most local residents. Since the early days of our country following the Civil War, small towns just like ours across this great land have gathered to honor those men and women who ...

SES Squires Of Character

The Staff of Sistersville Elementary School is pleased to announce our Squires of Character. The following students have been working very hard and have shown amazing character! For the Pillar of Trustworthiness we have: Tristan Bassett, Elizabeth Fisher, Mason Soles, Lucy Smith, Noah ...

Tyler County LEPC Meeting Held

Grants, traings, and Projects were among the items discussed on Thursday, June 3, at the monthly meeting of the LEPC. The meeting started at 9 a.m. with breakfast provided by Panhandle Cleaning and Restoration. Sponsors for breakfast tin May was Proviron and First Energy was the sponsor for the ...

Lance Heasley Named ICWUC President

The ICWUC Executive Board met recently and voted unanimously to name Lance Heasley President. Lance becomes the 8th President since the International Chemical Workers Union was originally Chartered in 1944. Lance came on staff in January of 2015 as an organizer. Heasley previously worked for ...

WV Attorney General Patrick Morrisey Visits Paden City

W.Va. Attorney General Patrick Morrisey payed a visit to Paden City on Tuesday, June 1, 2021. As part of his visit to the Northern Panhandle he made a stop in Paden City to hear concerns of local business owners, and city officials. Morrisey said due to Covid during 2020 it was hard to get ...

Magistrate Charge Results in Teacher Forfeiting License

Adam Croasmun, 25, of Paden City, a former teacher in Wetzel County schools, entered into a plea agreement in Tyler County Magistrate Court on Wednesday May 19, and pleaded guilty to making an obscene phone call. He agreed to forfeit his teaching license. According to the office of the Tyler ...

Tyler County Commission Hears Light Agenda

The Tyler County Commission held its regular meeting at the Courthouse on May 25, 2021 at 9 AM. Present were Commissioner Mike Smith, Commissioner Eric Vincent and Commissioner Lance Hickman. The Commissioners unanimously approved the minutes of the May 11, 2021 commission meeting. They also ...

Ron Lathey Has a True Friend

Williamstown High School Junior Gracie Richards helped set up a GoFundMe page to raise funds to cover medical expenses for teacher Ronald Lathey who suffered a stroke this past winter. Gracie thought that setting up a Go Fund Me would reach as many people as possible in the community. Starting ...

Sistersville Lions Club Installs Outdoor Micro Food Pantry

The Sistersville Lions Club has partnered with Sistersville General Hospital to provide greater access to food and other essential items for the local community. With the installation of a micro food pantry located near the Sistersville Fitness Center on Charles Street, non-perishable ...