Graduating Class of 2017

Row 1 Kyle Lester*, Kevin Thompson*, Brady Jones*, Allie Burns*, Carlie Ervine*, Kayla Gibson*, Kourtney Cohenour*, Savanna Davis* and Drake Warder* Row 2 Wyatt Workman, JoDee Friel*, Ryan Irvine*, Lyndsay Hartzell*, Mary Kelley*, Tessa Jordan*, Trevor Jordan* and Brandal Carr Row 3 Ashley Stuart, Sydney Rose, Sarah Ryder, Logan Davis, Connor Pyles, Caleb Mullenax, Brandon Halterman, Trace McKenney, Nicholas Wyatt and Autumn Nelson Row 4 Kelsey Brooks, Gabby Cochran, Brittany Sharp, Anthony Jaggie, Logan Burks, Austin Duncan, Zach Sisler, Kendal Ober, Sallie Arbogast and Bradley Harper Row 5 Larissa Kessler, Angel Bibb, Lylia Cottle, Sean Sharp, Ryan Brumfield, Kevin Bennett, Autumn Vance, Keith More...

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CVB unveils Hospitality SuperStar program

Left photo: Jessica Fitzgerald. Right photo: Betty McMillion Brandon Nottingham Staff Writer Earlier this month, the Pocahontas County More...

Alpha Matter is Fish Bowl winner

Pictured (l-r) Bill Jordan, president of the Chamber of Commerce and a member of the board of directors for the Snowshoe Foundation More...

Students celebrate Spanish culture at Foreign Language Festival

students were inducted into the Spanish Honor Society at the Pocahontas County High School Foreign Language Festival Sunday. From left: Hunter More...

Celebrating National Nursing Home Week

Members of the Green Bank Senior Choir lifted their voices at Pocahontas Center last Wednesday – and encouraged residents to do More...

Open House at historic Fort Warwick

Archaeologists and local history buffs will return to Fort Warwick in Green Bank Saturday, May 27, for an open house, featuring artifact More...

Author shares new children’s book with students at HES

Author and former Pocahontas County resident Debbie Mowbray reads her book “Roly Poly and the Ooey Gooey Play Date” to preschool More...

MES students get a hop on spring

Students in Roseanne Zeni’s kindergarten class at Marlinton Elementary School recently spent the day with a few fluffy bunnies. Raylan More...

MES students win in conservation poster contest

Two Marlinton Elementary School students won the poster contest sponsored by the National Conservation District Association. Last week, More...

BOE thanks student rep for a job well done

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer At the Pocahontas County Board of Education meeting Monday afternoon, the board said farewell to one student representative and welcomed two new ones. Pocahontas More...

CVB unveils Hospitality SuperStar program

Left photo: Jessica Fitzgerald. Right photo: Betty McMillion Brandon Nottingham Staff Writer Earlier this month, the Pocahontas County Visitors Bureau began a program called More...

Alpha Matter is Fish Bowl winner

Pictured (l-r) Bill Jordan, president of the Chamber of Commerce and a member of the board of directors for the Snowshoe Foundation presented the “Fish Bowl” Grant award More...

PCHS medals in five events at states

Ryan Irvine wins silver in the discus throw Bruce McKean Contributing Writer For the second straight year the Pocahontas County High School track teams medaled and scored in five More...

PCHS track teams tune up for Charleston and Keyser meets

Pocahontas County High School seniors placed in the Single A, 400 meter open in the Gazette Relays: Connor Pyles took second place with a time of 52.71; Kyle Lester was third More...

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Preserving Pocahontas

Men with two teams of workhorses at Camp No. 1 on the North Fork of Deer...

Preserving Pocahontas

Mr. C. J. Richardson and Maggie Hammons at the Richardson’s fishing camp near Tea Creek and...

Preserving Pocahontas

A digital image of this photograph was recently contributed to Preserving Pocahontas by the Brockway Area...

Opera House will celebrate Memorial Day with Ladies for Liberty

Ladies for LIberty On Memorial Day weekend, the Pocahontas County Opera House will present a swinging, patriotic More...

What’s that sound?

Bonnie Gifford Contributing Writer The crash of breaking glass.  The wail of a siren.  The crack of gunfire. Sounds emerge from..

Drama Workshop ~ ‘The People on the Edge of Town’

Bonnie Gifford Contributing Writer   The Pocahontas County Drama Workshop is pleased to announce the cast of this year’s production, The..

Students celebrate Spanish culture at Foreign Language Festival

students were inducted into the Spanish Honor Society at the Pocahontas County High School Foreign Language More...

GBEMS Student Council visits Pocahontas Center

Brandon Nottingham Staff Writer Green Bank Elementary-Middle School’s 2016-2017 Student Council visited residents and joined in activities at Pocahontas Center last..

Author shares new children’s book with students at HES

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer Hillsboro Elementary School students were treated to a special visit Monday from author Debbie Mowbray, who read..

Motherhood is all around us

Laura Dean Bennett Contributing Writer The magic of spring brings many gifts, but none more pleasing than the joy of witnessing..

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor: I am sending along a picture of “The Ugly Brother.” The picture was taken in 1946 or 1947. The photography studio was in Bluefield, but the picture was probably taken in Hinton where I was born. My brother, Weird, appears to be about four years old, and I appear to be about one […]..

What’s Cookin’?

Marlinton UMC Tasting Tea Cocktail Meatballs with Pizzazz Isabel McElwee 2 to 3 pounds ground beef 1 pound pork sausage 1..

100 Years Ago

Thursday, May 24, 1917 Idleness and vagrancy in West Virginia are prohibited under the terms of the measure passed by both..

Fifty Years Ago

Thursday, May 25, 1967 Scenic Highway A wide ribbon through the Endless Mountains – a drive to refresh one’s spirits. I..
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