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TCHS Students Earn Honors

Although they were unable to attend the Governor’s Honors Academy (GHA) due to it’s COVID-related cancellation, Tyler Consolidated would like to recognize Sadie Nichols and Sydney Smith as the representatives from Tyler Consolidated High School. “It is a great honor to be selected to ...

Veterans Honored

Veterans Park in Sistersville was the sight of the annual celebration honoring our Veterans. VFW Commander, Don Pickens opened the ceremony reminding those in attendance to not only honor our Veterans on this day but any time we see a Veteran to “thank them for their service.” The Honor ...

Local FFA Member Wins Award

The National FFA Convention and Expo is an event that is highly anticipated by FFA members across the country each year. This year, the event would have been held in Indianapolis, however, as with most things, COVID-19 forced the event to be held virtually. The convention was broadcast in ...

Sistersville City Council Approves Items

Sistersville City Council held their regular meeting on Monday October 19,2020. Mayor Bill Rice called the meeting to order at 7 PM. Following the Pledge of Allegiance the meeting opened with the approval of the minutes from the regular September 14, meeting and the Special Council meeting ...

Barth Grants Are Awarded

The Harry E. and Olive T. Barth Charitable Trust awared $138,750 to the greater Tyler County area. The grant recipients were announced Oct 29. Receiving monies were First United Methodist of Sistersville, $7,250 to support thier community breakfast and necessities closet; Ronald McDonald ...

Tyler County Commission Holds Regular Session Meeting

The Tyler Co Commission held their regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, Nov 10 at 9 AM. Items discussed included temporary vs full time status for a Security Guard, Sign Mitigation Agreement, E-911 Project, Insurance Policy, and the construction contract for the Judicial Building. Following ...

Paden City Council to Hold Light Up the Town Night

Paden City Council on Monday Night November 2, approved the annual light up the town night beginning at 7 p.m. on Friday, December 4, with the city maintenance crew decorating the small park on the corner of Third and Main Streets. They also had discussion on a possible Christmas parade, but ...

Paden City Crowns Maggi Still Homecoming Queen

While there was no big football game or large homecoming crowd, Paden City High School recently held their annual homecoming festivities with several girls making up the court and senior Maggi Still being crowned 2020 Homecoming Queen. The event was held outdoors on Berger Field with social ...

Chili Open Donations Are Announced

The Chili Open Golf Tournament held on October 17 received many different types of sponsorships and donations. The Sistersville Alumni Associations extends a big Thank You to the following individuals and businesses that contributed to our tournament. Cash donations were received from Brenda ...

COVID Outbreak Shuts Down Schools

As of October 27, 2020, a recent spike in Covid-19 cases in Wetzel County moved the county into the orange on the state COVID map. As a result of the outbreak and to try and stay in compliance with the DHHR and local health department all Wetzel County schools were closed on Monday, October ...