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Teacher Calls It KaPutz

December 8, 2015 Like a U.S. more »»

Emergency Officials Eye Relief Coordination

December 8, 2015 Tyler County Office of Emergency Management wants to better coordinate relief efforts needed to assist people affected by a tragedy. more »»

Local Shop With a Cop Program Promising

December 8, 2015 Tyler County’s Shop with a Cop program is poised to be a holiday succes. more »»

Optimistic That ‘Poor Farm’ Can Be Saved

December 8, 2015 Peggy George, of the Tyler County Restoration Committee, is filled with optimism. more »»

Christmas Parade Brings Smiles to Faces in Sistersville

December 8, 2015 Horses, the Silver Knights’ band, fire trucks, a lion and more marched downtown in the annual Christmas parade in Sistersville. more »»

Mon Power Reaches Out to Fix Broken Street Lights

December 8, 2015 Though it has been darker in downtown Sistersville as of late because of a few malfunctioning street lights, City Hall is not to blame, according to city officials. more »»

Tyler County Men Plead Guilty, Receive Sentences

December 8, 2015 Two Tyler County men pleaded guilty and were sentenced Monday before Second Circuit Court Judge Jeff Cramer. Raymond L. more »»

Paden City Council Hears Concerns Over Water Pressure

December 8, 2015 Beverly Gibb and her husband Bob sought answers Monday from Paden City Council about the water problems they endure at their home in Meadow Heights. more »»

Commission OKs Courthouse Grant For New Upgrades

December 8, 2015 The Tyler County Commission officially approved a state grant Tuesday that will make the county’s courthouse a little bit safer. more »»

Santa Serves More Than Gifts, But Faith as Well

December 2, 2015 Martin Parrish doesn’t just wear a red and white Santa suit, he becomes something more. “Kids are our lives and the future generation,” said Parrish, 56, of Middlebourne. more »»

Water Woes Threaten Sistersville’s Future

December 2, 2015 Sistersville’s Water Board is studying three options that would eliminate the city’s need to draw water from the Ohio River. more »»

Federal Attorney Seeking Victims

December 2, 2015 United States Attorney William J. more »»

Captain Steers Christmas Parade Through Sistersville

December 2, 2015 Capt. Herman Hause will serve as marshal for Sistersville’s Christmas parade. “It was a surprise when I got a call asking me to do it,” he sai. more »»

‘Grandma’ Hoover Serves As Christmas Parade Marshal

December 2, 2015 A woman known by many as “Grandma” will serve at marshal Saturday for Middlebourne’s Christmas parade. more »»

Pastors Celebrate God’s Blessings, Give Thanks

December 2, 2015 Dozens of people gathered within an historic brick church on Wells Street to honor God’s grace for the Sistersville Area Ministerial Association’s annual Thanksgiving service. more »»

Veteran Tyler County Educator Set to Retire

December 2, 2015 A longtime Tyler County educator is retirin. more »»

Marching Through Time

November 25, 2015 The Silver Knight’s Marching Band is a family that provides Tyler County with music and memories. “The band members put the group before themselves,” longtime Band Director Wayne Smith said. more »»

Closure Leaves Finance Company Clients Worried

November 25, 2015 The abrupt closure of Budget Finance Company in New Martinsville has left clients worried about their investments and both local and state officials seeking answers. more »»

Country Girl at Heart Serves as Fortune 500 Company Treasure

November 25, 2015 Stanley Starkey raised a large and successful family on the virtues of knowing right from wrong and the value of hard work. more »»

Deer Hunting Season Helps Create Strong Family Bonds

November 25, 2015 Deer hunting firearms season began Monday morning across the Mountain State. Temperatures this week will range from the upper 40s to the mid 60s and it looks to be a sunny, dry year – no rain. more »»



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