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Winter Brings Wicked Weekend Weather

February 21, 2018 Folks in the Ohio Valley witnessed some wicked winter weather over the weekend. Heavy and steady rains caused creeks, streams, and ditches to overflow Feb. more »»

 
 
 
County Commission Supports Libraries

February 21, 2018 Local librarians met with the Wetzel County Commission at the commission’s regular Feb. 13 meeting. The librarians expressed appreciation to the commission for the county’s continued fundin. more »»

Teachers, State Employees Speak Out In Charleston

February 21, 2018 School teachers and public employees in West Virginia are planning a statewide work stoppage as they continue to express concerns about pay and projected hikes in health insuranc. more »»

Judge Cramer Holds County Court

February 21, 2018 A pre-trial hearing, in Wetzel County Circuit Court, was held Feb. 14 for Paul Campbell, Jr., 33, of Salem. Campbell has been charged with daytime burglary and petit larcen. more »»

Long Valley Baptist To Host Outdoor Ministry

February 21, 2018 Calling all hunters and outdoor enthusiasts —- Sixth Day Outdoor Ministry will be at Long Valley Baptist Church on Feb. 28, 7 p.m. more »»

Heavy, Steady Rains Cause Flooding

February 17, 2018 UPDATE: FEB. 17, 5:46 P.M. -- New Martinsville City Police Department is requesting that if you do not live in the down town area of New Martinsville, to avoid the area due to the flooding. more »»

Board Members Encourage Support For Teachers

February 17, 2018 The West Virginia School Board Association has adopted a resolution supporting the state's teachers and service personnel. more »»

School Personnel Hold Pickets

February 16, 2018 Despite heavy rains and flooding, Wetzel County Schools personnel braved the elements and held informational pickets on Feb. 16, outside of the county's schools. School for Feb. more »»

Wetzel Schools Close Feb. 15 Due To Work Stoppage

February 15, 2018 Wetzel County Schools will be closed Feb. 16 due to an impending work stoppage. more »»

The Conklins Hold The Secret To Lasting Love

February 14, 2018 In a world where a lasting marriage can seem impossible, Ralph and Jeannette Conklin prove that true love makes it possible. The couple will celebrate 71 years together this October. more »»

West Virginia House Says 2 Percent Raises for Teachers Will Do

February 14, 2018 WHEELING — The West Virginia House of Delegates on Tuesday cautiously approved raises for state police, teachers and school personnel, with many lawmakers saying the raises weren’t enoug. more »»

Trio Arrested In Smithfield Area

February 14, 2018 The Wetzel County Sheriff's Office has had a busy couple of days as law enforcement officers apprehended two fugitives from justice, along with another gentleman who has been accused of receiving... more »»

Gregory A. Morris Announces Commission Candidacy

February 14, 2018 Gregory A. Morris is currently running as a Democrat for County Commission from District 2. He is a native and lifelong resident of Wetzel County. more »»

Navy Veteran, Former Steelworkers Member Denny Longwell to Run for State Senate

February 14, 2018 Democrat Denny Longwell has announced his candidacy for West Virginia state senate, Second District. Longwell is a Navy veteran and former steelworker. more »»

Judge Jeffery D. Cramer Holds Court

February 14, 2018 The Honorable Judge Jeffery D. Cramer recently heard several matters in Wetzel County Circuit Court. more »»

Wetzel County Commission Meets, Approves Requests

February 14, 2018 The Wetzel County Commission met with Scott Lemley, Wetzel County assessor, during the commission’s regular meeting on Feb. 6. more »»

Officials Investigate Animal Rescue

February 13, 2018 An investigation is underway in regards to conditions at an animal rescue in Wetzel County. Katrina Marie Morgan, proprietor of Hope Valley Rescue, was served Feb. more »»

World War II Veteran Receives Diploma

February 11, 2018 PADEN CITY -- A special graduation ceremony was held Saturday at Paden City High School to honor 90-year-old veteran Carloss Gray. Gray left high school to serve his country during World War II. more »»

“People Of Wetzel County” Returns to Museum

February 7, 2018 The Wetzel County Museum is featuring an ongoing exhibit titled “The People of Wetzel County,” which features a photography project by local resident and photographer Robby Parsons. more »»

Board Votes To Purchase Property for HHS Baseball Field

February 7, 2018 The Wetzel County Board of Education has voted, 4-1, to purchase property in Hundred. more »»

Commission Approves Renovations and Law Enforcement Bids

February 7, 2018 The Wetzel County Commission opened bids Jan. 30 for the renovations to be made at the county’s senior center in Hundred. The center was destroyed by the floods that occurred in July 28-29 of 2017. more »»

 
 

Food Pantry February 22, 2018

Helping Hand Food Pantry, located at 179 North St., rear, New Martinsville, is open each Thursday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Canned, boxed, and frozen food for the needy will be offered. more »

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