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County, School Leaders Concerned About Bumpy Ride on Busted Road

January 20, 2016 SISTERSVILLE – Local officials have expressed concerns about a pothole damaged road that is to be used by school buses if there an emergency at Sistersville Elementar. more »»

Sheriff Investigating Home Invasion

January 20, 2016 MIDDLEBOURNE – Tyler County Sheriffs Office is investigating an armed nighttime home invasion on Oil Ridge Road that left an elderly couple injured. The robbery occurred at around 1:45 a.m. Saturda. more »»

Sistersville Man Convicted on Child Abuse Charge

January 20, 2016 MIDDLEBOURNE – A Sistersville man was convicted recently for child abuse and assault charges in Tyler County Circuit Court. more »»

Choosing Homeschool

January 13, 2016 MIDDLEBOURNE — Tyler County Board of Education President Bonnie Henthorn has decided to withdraw her children from public schools. more »»

BOE President Blames State, Not Local Educators

January 13, 2016 MIDDLEBOURNE — Tyler County Board of Education President Bonnie Henthorn answered questions from the Tyler Star News about her decision to homeschool her two children. more »»

Paden City Holds Special Meeting on Former Chief

January 13, 2016 Paden City — City Council will hold a special meeting Friday to discuss the city’s former chief of police. Joseph Richardson was pulled over at 2:19 a.m. Jan. more »»

Work Credits Tyler County Schools for Much of His Success

January 13, 2016 SISTERSVILLE — Julian Work has put a lot of work into his success as one of Tyler County’s best and brightest. The young man has a 4. more »»

Candidates Begin Filing For Offices Countywide

January 13, 2016 MIDDLEBOURNE – Candidates started filing Monday for Tyler County offices. The filing period for countywide offices is between Monday and Jan. 30. more »»

Sistersville Discusses Cellphone Ordinance

January 13, 2016 SISTERSVILLE — City Council approved the first reading Monday of an ordinance aimed at restricting the use of electronic devices – cellphones – while driving. more »»

Tyler County Home Evokes Memories of Younger Days

January 6, 2016 A recent tour of the Tyler County Home revealed a touching past while rediscovering optimism for the futur. more »»

Plant Is Changing Hands

January 6, 2016 One of the Ohio Valley’s larger employers has adopted a new identity — Covestro. Bayer MaterialScience is operating under the Covestro name. The company is an independent subsidiary of Bayer AG. more »»

Sistersville FD Receives Grant

January 6, 2016 Sistersville Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department has been awarded a grant through the Community Foundation for the Ohio Valley/StatOil grant program. more »»

Paden City Council Hires New Officer

January 6, 2016 Paden City Council hired a new part-time officer Monday. The officer’s name is Ben Anderson, who will have to attend the State Police Academy in the near future. more »»

Sistersville Woman Dies in Crash

January 6, 2016 The Tyler County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a traffic fatality Monday near Sistersville. more »»

Wildcats Need a Boost to Save Matthew Barker Complex

January 6, 2016 Paden City’s Matthew Barker Memorial Complex needs a helping hand. For decades, the Paden City Wildcat Boosters’ club has raised money for anything ranging from athletic uniforms to scholarships. more »»

Buck Season Scores Trophy Harvest

January 6, 2016 Deer hunters rejoice. More deer were harvested during buck firearm last season than were killed in 2014, according to the state Division of Natural Resources. more »»

Former Paden City Police Chief Hearing Rescheduled

January 6, 2016 Former Paden City Police Chief Joseph Richardson’s hearing Dec. 30 in Tyler County Magistrate Court will be rescheduled to a later date. Richardson was arrested Oct. more »»

Longtime Pharmacist Looking to Retirement

December 30, 2015 Longtime pharmacist Jim Phillips has a handheld metal device in his office that hearkens back to long ago days as a young man who provided prescriptions for decades to folks in Tyler Count. more »»

Sistersville Moves Forward With Projects in 2015

December 30, 2015 Sistersville moved forward with many projects during 2015. “In my opinion while we have accomplished so much there is still more to do. more »»

High School Seniors Win EQT Scholarships

December 30, 2015 Four area students have been awarded prestigious EQT Students of Excellence Scholarships. more »»



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