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Pleasantview bridge lane closure begins Tuesday

The West Virginia Division of Highways advises beginning Tuesday, July 23, 2013 a lane closure will occur on WV State Route 18 between Milepost 19.3 and Milepost 19.6, located just north of Middlebourne at the Pleasantview Bridge construction project over Point Pleasant Creek.This 1st phase of ...

Swim free in Sistersville

Sistersville Elks Lodge No. 333 have announced that arrangements have been completed with the Sistersville Park and Pool to provide free swimming to all children and adults at the local pool from 1 - 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, July 23, 24 and 25. No admission will be charged for ...

New members are sworn in

Middlebourne's new mayor, Charles Delauder, swore in the new members of the town's council at their meeting July 8. Incumbents Vera Henthorn, Dave Myers, Rodney Miller, and new member Susan Pelikan took the oath of office. Incumbent Councilman Doug Doak was not in attendance.Council unanimously ...

LEPC uses funds

Office of Emergency Management (OEM) Director Tom Cooper updated members of the Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) on several developments at their June 11 meeting.Cooper reported that $3,750 remaining from a Hazardous Materials Emergency Preparedness (HMEP) grant will be used toward the ...

BOE looks at project needs

Tyler County Board of Education met Monday to determine which actions were best for ongoing improvements to Tyler County Schools and services.Under Superintendent Robin Daquilante's report, she brought up the need for sealing each Tyler Consolidated parking lot."Even if it's on a weekend after ...

Vehicle break-ins under investigation

The Tyler County Sheriff's Department is investigating auto-tampering and burglary following the July 11 breaking into of five vehicles parked on East Street in Middlebourne. According to Deputy Josh Maston, change, credit cards and MP3 players were amongst items stolen from the vehicles."None ...

Commission reviews online record status

Prospects for the digitizing of courthouse records are still undetermined following the July 9 Tyler County Commission meeting. While records ranging from 1998 to present date have already been digitized and posted online by the County Clerk's Office, oil and gas companies, primarily Antero ...

Sistersville Council weighs pool options

Concerns regarding city pool revenue were addressed and discussed at the July 8 Sistersville Council meeting. Recorder Julie Schleier presented council members with a detailed budget report comparing expenses with revenue. Particular attention was paid to the month of June, in which the city ...

Tyler Consolidated Students attend National TSA Conference

Members of the Tyler Consolidated Technology Student Association (TSA) recently attended the 35th Annual National TSA Conference in Orlando, Florida. From June 28th - July 2nd, 20 TSA students from Tyler Consolidated Middle and High School competed at the national level against 6000 students ...

Paden City welcomes members to council

At Paden City Council's July 1 meeting, three councilmen and the recorder were sworn in as a result of the June elections. Jim Richmond will represent the First Ward; John Staggers, Second Ward; and Dan Probst, Third Ward. Incumbent Tami Billiter will also continue to serve as city ...