The Glenville Pathfinder is a newspaper based in Glenville, West Virginia. It has a circulation of around 2,500.
The Pathfinder was founded in 1882 by John C. McCreery as the Glenville Pioneer. The first issue was published on September 29, 1882, and the newspaper became the Pathfinder in 1907. The paper is still owned by members of the McCreery family. It is now published weekly on Thursdays.
The Pathfinder is one of the few family owned newspapers left in West Virginia. It has been designated as an historic newspaper by the Library of Congress and is a member of the West Virginia Press Association.
In addition to its weekly publication, the Pathfinder publishes a special centennial issue annually containing photographs from over the past 100 years. The paper also maintains an archive section on its website that contains hundreds of articles that date back to 1882.
The Glenville Pathfinder is a newspaper based in Glenville, West Virginia. It was formed from the merger of the Glenville Journal and The Pathfinder. We publish new articles every weekday morning, Monday through Friday.