Tyler County Newswire

Tyler County Newswire

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Tyler County, WV.

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  1. Sistersville Fire Station To Open As Warming CenterRead the original story

    Saturday | Tyler Star News

    Tom Cooper (Tyler County Office of Emergency Management) has announced on Feb. 17 that Sistersville Fire Station is being opened as a warming station for customers in the Ben's Run area that have temporarily lost their natural gas supply.

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  2. Heavy, Steady Rains Cause FloodingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 15 | Tyler Star News

    Heavy and steady rains caused creeks, streams, and ditches to overflow Feb. 16, making for flooded roadways in Wetzel and Tyler counties. Tyler County Schools closed due to flooding, and the Tyler County Education Association cancelled an informational picket that was scheduled for that evening.

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  3. Teachers, Service Personnel Dispute Is Closing SchoolsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 16 | The Intelligencer

    ... for Superintendent Toni Paesano weren't immediately returned Thursday. Officials in Ohio, Marshall, and Tyler county school systems said Thursday they had no plans to cancel classes today except in the event of inclement weather. Teachers, ...

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  4. Work Stoppage Is Closing Brooke County, Wetzel County SchoolsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 15 | The Intelligencer

    ... it was teachers or school service personnel who wouldn't be at the school. Officials in Ohio, Marshall, and Tyler county school systems said Thursday they had no plans to cancel classes today except in the event of inclement weather. Teachers, ...

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  5. West Virginia House Says 2 Percent Raises for Teachers Will DoRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 13 | Tyler Star News

    ... continue to voice concerns over what they consider to be low pay and out of control health care costs, the Tyler County Board of Education has passed a resolution, supporting its employees. The board's Feb. 12 resolution states that the board "fully ...

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  6. Proud of Our Youth in Tyler CountyRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 13 | Tyler Star News

    We post a great deal of news that concerns our youth in Tyler County. Whether it is news from Tyler Consolidated, Arthur I. Boreman, Sistersville Elementary, or Paden City Elementary, we love receiving submissions from the school system, pertaining to student activities.

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  7. Picture ID Voter's Card Are Now Available at the Tyler CourthouseRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 13 | Tyler Star News

    With interim elections slated for this spring, residents of Tyler County are reminded to have a valid photo identification when voting. Registered voters can apply for a free Voter Identification Card from the county clerk.

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  8. Residents Flock To Wellness CenterRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 13 | Tyler Star News

    It's a bitterly cold, snowy and icy Wednesday morning in Tyler County. School has been cancelled for the day due to an overnight ice storm.

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  9. Tyler County Board of Education Discusses PEIA ConcernsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 13 | Tyler Star News

    At a regular Feb. 5 meeting, the Tyler County Board of Education discussed growing concerns over legislation's proposed one percent raise for teachers and all public employees. The major cause of concern is funding and fixing the Public Employees Insurance Agency, and avoiding huge cuts to health benefits.

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  10. Eastham Announces Candidacy for CommissionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 13 | Tyler Star News

    Rosanne Eastham, a Republican from Middlebourne, has announced her candidacy for Tyler County Commissioner. Eastham was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pa., and she received a bachelor's degree in Accounting from Robert Morris University.

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  11. Tyler BOE Passes ResolutionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 13 | Tyler Star News

    As teachers across the state continue to voice concerns over what they consider to be low pay and out of control health care costs, the Tyler County Board of Education has passed a resolution, supporting its employees. The board's Feb. 12 resolution states that the board "fully supports a legislated wage increase for all Tyler County Schools staff AND the passage of legislation to fully fund PEIA and/or allow Tyler County Schools to pursue an independent health care option."

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  12. World War II Veteran Receives DiplomaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 10 | Tyler Star News

    ... moved on to Rich Loaf Bakery where he was well known as the Rich Loaf Bread Man. Gray is a former Constable of Tyler County and volunteered for the Paden City Fire Department. He was an elder in the Christian Church and is a lifetime member of the ...

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  13. The Future Looks Promising for Tyler CountyRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 6 | Tyler Star News

    We are very excited to hear of the two grants that have been awarded to Tyler County. Despite ever-expanding technology and societal advancements in general, West Virginia is still very much behind when it comes to the projects related to these two grants.

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  14. Chipps Brings Home Heavyweight LKC VictoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 6 | Tyler Star News

    ... was Braxton County with 238 total points; runner-up was Ritchie County with 178 points. The Silver Knights of Tyler County, who compete hard at every event but are lacking in depth, scored well and finished in ninth place with 38 points. The Knights ...

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  15. Farmers Exchange Marks Nearly a Century of ServiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 6 | Tyler Star News

    The Farmers Exchange in Middlebourne has been a familiar face for Tyler County's communities for decades. Current proprietor, Ron Fletcher, possesses documents that show that the store's beginnings date back to as early as 1924 when the store operated as a co-op, in which stockholders bought shares of the business.

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  16. Tyler County Awarded Grants for ProjectsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 6 | Tyler Star News

    Tyler County was recently awarded grant funds for two major projects. County representatives were present in Charleston Friday, Feb. 2 for the presentation of these funds.

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  17. Redistricting and the Northern PanhandleRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 4 | NewsandSentinel.com

    ... Hancock, Brooke, Ohio, Marshall and Wetzel Counties would be entitled to 7.8 delegates. Add 2,756 people from Tyler County to Wetzel County's 15,640, and you have enough for a delegate district - giving a total of eight for the northern segment of ...

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  18. Northern Panhandle educators say no current plans for walkoutRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 3 | Weirton Daily Times

    ... being raised in the Northern Panhandle, according to local educators. Officials in Hancock, Ohio, Marshall and Tyler county school districts all indicated this week that teachers in these counties have not served any notice of a potential walkout. ...

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  19. CDBG funds boost regional projectsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 2 | NewsandSentinel.com

    ... the state and for the first time for broadband planning and infrastructure projects, Gov. Jim Justice said. * Tyler County Commission, $1,066 million, to provide new water service to 43 households and impact service for Boreman Elementary School and ...

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  20. Stream Clean-Up Creates Local JobsRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 30 | Tyler Star News

    Human Resources Development Foundation , Inc. , through a proposed National Dislocated Worker Grant through Workforce West Virginia and United States Department of Labor , will be hiring local dislocated and long-term unemployed workers in Tyler County which was affected by the severe flooding during recent storms. These workers will provide assistance in removal of debris from public lands, parks, roadways, streams, and rivers in Tyler County which will create local jobs.

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