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BOE looks at project needs

July 17, 2013 Tyler County Board of Education met Monday to determine which actions were best for ongoing improvements to Tyler County Schools and services. more »»

Vehicle break-ins under investigation

July 17, 2013 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 Middlebourn. more »»

Commission reviews online record status

July 10, 2013 Prospects for the digitizing of courthouse records are still undetermined following the July 9 Tyler County Commission meeting. more »»

Sistersville Council weighs pool options

July 10, 2013 Concerns regarding city pool revenue were addressed and discussed at the July 8 Sistersville Council meetin. more »»

Tyler Consolidated Students attend National TSA Conference

July 10, 2013 Members of the Tyler Consolidated Technology Student Association (TSA) recently attended the 35th Annual National TSA Conference in Orlando, Florida. more »»

Paden City welcomes members to council

July 3, 2013 At Paden City Council's July 1 meeting, three councilmen and the recorder were sworn in as a result of the June elections. more »»

Fireworks punctuate Picnic in the Park

July 3, 2013 The fun and festivities of the Fourth of July holiday will continue Sunday with Sistersville’s annual Picnic In In The Park, sponsored by the Sistersville Community Service Organization. more »»

Commission discusses programs

July 3, 2013 The Tyler County Commission approved the applications of multiple grants, heard from various agencies, and determined the status of several programs at its June 25 meetin. more »»

Arts in the Park set for Thursday

July 3, 2013 Once again Uncle Sam, Carman Harman, will act as master of ceremonies for the annual Arts in the Park event slated for July 4. Arts in the Park will be held from 1-5 p.m. more »»

Sistersville Council terminates employment based on 14 points (updated)

June 26, 2013 At a Special Sistersville council meeting held June 18 at 7 p.m., the employment of City Water Clerk Alexis Billings was terminated based on 14 points. more »»

Fire destroys home, injures one

June 26, 2013 Fire destroyed a home on Third Avenue in Paden City Friday night; the home’s resident did suffer serious burns. more »»

Middlebourne to celebrate

June 19, 2013 Middlebourne will be celebrating their Bicentennial from June 21-23 in a big way, with food, entertainment, craft shows, a parade, fireworks and mor. more »»

Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. Q&A

June 19, 2013 Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. will perform Saturday, June 22 at the Tyler County Fairgrounds from 7:30-9 p.m. more »»

Tyler County elections canvassed

June 19, 2013 The following election results have been canvassed by the respective municipalities. They are still awaiting confirmation from the state level. more »»

BOE listens to Westbrook offer

June 19, 2013 Tyler County Board of Education met June 17 in their office at Tyler Consolidated High School, where they discussed plans and other possibilities for the upcoming school year. more »»

Votes are in for local elections

June 12, 2013 Friendly Though running unopposed for mayor of Friendly, Jerry Hayes is tied with Incumbent Mayor Bonnie Hostuttler, whose five write-in votes matched his five ballots. more »»

Sistersville Council is in full swing

June 12, 2013 At its June 10 meeting, Sistersville Council appointed Craig Pritchett as a councilman to its First Ward, a seat which completes representation for the city. more »»

Middlebourne Council plans events

June 12, 2013 Mayor Gayla Fisher reiterated the events for Middlebourne’s upcoming Bicentennial Celebration at Monday night’s council meeting. The event is to take place June 21-23 and kicks off Friday, 4 p.. more »»

Commission to take cable bids

June 12, 2013 Tyler County Commission approved the dates for cabling bids at the June 11 meeting. more »»

Caretaker of history

June 12, 2013 Bill Deaton has spent more hours than he can count setting and resetting headstones, cutting grass, trimming trees, reworking a wrought iron fence, hauling dirt, power washing stones, pouring... more »»

 
 

 

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