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  1. Tyler County LEPC Discuss Emergency NotificationsRead the original story

    Tuesday | Tyler Star News

    The Tyler County Local Emergency Panning Committee held their monthly meeting on Thursday. There were several business throughout the county that were represented including Tyler County OEM, Middlebourne EMS, Senator Manchin's Office, Tyler County Commissioners, Mark West, the Innformer, Proviron, Tyler County Board of Education, Sistersville General Hospital, Sistersville Police Department, and the Sistersville City Administrator.

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  2. Tyler County Museum Offers Historic Look of CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Tyler Star News

    The Tyler County Museum, located on Dodd Street in Middlebounre, has a wide variety of historic relics to look over. There are many rooms throughout the building that have their own theme such as a room dedicated to Tyler High School, one dedicated to Sistersville High School, and one even dedicated to former Governor Cecil Underwood.

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  3. TCHS Golf Season BeginsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 7 | Tyler Star News

    The 2017 TCHS Knights Golf Team's season is well underway, with the local varsity team already competing in five matches, and the girls team coming away with a win in their first match. Ten players are out for the teams, including three seniors: Julianna Miller, Noah Miller, and Cheyenne Morris.

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  4. Ohio River Ferryboat Festival Offers a Great TimeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 1 | Tyler Star News

    The third annual Ohio River Ferryboat Festival was held this past weekend in Sistersville, WV and Fly, OH despite the best efforts of mother nature. The Ferry is Captained by Herman "Bo" Hause who was ranked as chief boatswain before retiring after 30 years with the Coast Guard.

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  5. Tyler County Board of Education Approves Several RequestsRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 1 | Tyler Star News

    The Tyler County Board of Education met on Monday evening where Matt Jennings, TCHS Band Director, requested permission to take the Tyler Consolidated Marching Band to the following events: Football games at Williamstown on August 25, Webster Co. on September 8, Ritchie Co.

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  6. Celebrate RecoveryRead the original story

    Friday Jul 28 | Tyler Star News

    Celebrate Recovery is held every Thursday evening at 7 p.m. at the Sistersville United Methodist Church. If you have any hurts, hang-ups, bad habits, or addictions, this is where to go... CR creates a SAFE place that is confidential for us to share and heal.

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  7. McMillan, Robert E. "Mac"Read the original story

    Tuesday Jul 25 | Tyler Star News

    Robert E. "Mac" McMillan, 72, of Sistersville, WV went to be with the Lord and Mama, on July 18, 2017, surrounded by family and friends.

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  8. Locals Compete For Fair RoyaltyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 25 | Tyler Star News

    Several young Tyler County ladies will vie for a position of fair royalty on Monday, July 31, the first evening of the Tyler County Fair. Seven are competing for the title of Tyler County Fair Queen.

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  9. Book DiscussionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 25 | Tyler Star News

    Sistersville Baptist Church to Discuss Book There will be a study held on Wednesday evenings at the Baptist Church in Sistersville to discuss the book "Overcoming Emotions that Destroy".

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  10. TCHS's Lancaster Looks Forward to Senior YearRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 18 | Tyler Star News

    The Tyler Star News athlete of the week for July 19, is soon to be senior Nate Lancaster. Lancaster has been a letterman in football and basketball throughout his high school career and is looking to get his fourth in both sports this coming school year.

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  11. VFW Meeting ChangeRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 18 | Tyler Star News

    The Sistersville VFW Post will be holding their meeting on Feb. 18 at 7 p.m. They are changing it from every third Wednesday to every third Thursday.

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  12. Sistersville City Council Discuss Parking Problems and Stray CatsRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 18 | Tyler Star News

    Sistersville City Council members met on Monday where they discussed some of the parking issues around town. A concerned citizen brought to the attention of council that his parking situation is being compromised between his neighbor and a parking lot.

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  13. Summer League Still Going StrongRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 3, 2017 | Tyler Star News

    The Sistersville Adult Summer Basketball League has not let the weather deter play as games have gone on as scheduled with some being moved in doors and others made up. As of July 13, 14 nights of league play has resulted in the Yellow team and Black team tied for the league lead with 11-3 records.

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  14. Picnic in the Park Goes Off With a BangRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 12, 2017 | Tyler Star News

    Picnic in the Park was another great success this year despite the weather creating some difficulties. Due to the storm the night before, workers had to replace a busted water line near the pool, there was an electrical outage, and brush had to be cleared from the river banks.

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  15. Waters Are A Concern For MunicipalitiesRead the original story

    Jul 12, 2017 | Tyler Star News

    Middlebourne, Sistersville, and Paden City are all having their fair share of issues in regards to water lines, water runoff, and sewage. Have the systems in place become so old that they can no longer perform their task adequately? Most of the systems in these cities are working very effectively but when the severe summer storms hit, they bring too much water for these cities to control.

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  16. TCHS' Gavin Corley Looks to Make A Statement During His Senior YearRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 4, 2017 | Tyler Star News

    Corley who has been a distance runner for the Silver Knights track team since his freshman year and will be working on his fourth letter when next spring rolls around will also be starting his second season as member of the Knights Cross Country team this fall after lettering last season. Corley will be the first to tell you, " I'm not the most athletic person around and I'm not into football, basketball but no one loves to run anymore than I do, I am excited about Cross Country coming up and have been working some to improve my times, I have a great coach in Brenna Haggerty and I can honestly say I wouldn't want any other distance coach," said Gavin.

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  17. The Press Box For July 5Read the original story

    Jul 4, 2017 | Tyler Star News

    Believe it or not, sports is not the only thing happening in the area, although you wouldn't know it by looking at the outdoor basketball courts and ball fields. New Martinsville doesn't have an outdoor summer basketball league but the outdoor court at Bruce Park is alive with action day and night.

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  18. Rick Leach Returns to Lead Silver Knights' Boys Basketball ProgramRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 4, 2017 | Tyler Star News

    Tyler Consolidated will have a familiar face on the sideline when basketball starts up this fall. Rick Leach, 58, who left following the 2008 season after 13 years as head coach, jokingly remarked he was returning to bring some youth to the program, referring to his age compared to his ex-assistant Bob Jones who retired as head coach following the 2016-17 season.

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  19. Judge David W. Hummel Holds Court in Tyler CountyRead the original story

    Jul 4, 2017 | Tyler Star News

    Steven Michael Chaplin, 52, of Friendly, WV failed to appear in Circuit Court for a scheduled appearance on Monday, June 26, to answer charges handed down by the Tyler County Grand Jury. Chaplin was charged with four misdemeanor offenses and one felony offense.

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  20. County To Purchase PropertyRead the original story

    Jul 4, 2017 | Tyler Star News

    The Tyler County Commissioners met on Wednesday June 28 where the city had agreed to annex the city property to allow for the purchase of the old Soil and Conservation building located behind the car wash in Middlebourne. The purchase was for the amount of $202,401.90 plus 16 dollars for recorder fees and was purchased in order to move the Sheriff's Department into the building.

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