Jaynell Graham

Jaynell Graham can be contacted at jsgraham@pocahontastimes.com

By Jaynell Graham On Thursday, August 27th, 2015
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A quiet and busy lifestyle

Passing through Hillsboro in the early morning, one gets the impression that it is a sleepy little town – a few cars passing through, school buses arriving at the elementary school, the sound of lawn mowers revving More...

By Jaynell Graham On Wednesday, August 12th, 2015
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Bridge to the future

  With the recent completion of a new bridge across the Greenbrier River and the installation of a boat ramp, it is a new day in Buckeye. New boat ramp at the former blue bridge site.                 Since More...

By Jaynell Graham On Wednesday, August 5th, 2015
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Forward, positive momentum on display at MTC meeting

Marlinton Mayor Sam Felton apologized to the Town Council at Monday night’s meeting, saying it was hard to give his mayor’s report in just a few sentences. He said he hoped to streamline it in the future. The More...

By Jaynell Graham On Wednesday, July 29th, 2015
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Power Systems Institute trains MonPower’s next generation

MonPower, a subsidiary of FirstEnergy Corp., has hired eight new line and substation employees from the Power Systems Institute training program, as part of its ongoing efforts to employ well-trained, highly skilled More...

By Jaynell Graham On Wednesday, July 22nd, 2015
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GVEDC meets in the county

The Greenbrier Economic Development Corporation, which serves Greenbrier, Monroe and Pocahontas counties, convened its meeting at The Inn at Mountain Quest in Frost Thursday. GVEDC Executive Director Stephen Weir More...

By Jaynell Graham On Wednesday, July 22nd, 2015
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Snowshoe power outage not a planned event

MonPower alerted customers in the Buckeye, Cass, Dunmore, Marlinton, Minnehaha Springs and Stony Bottom areas well in advance of last week’s planned power outage. But when the power went out in the Snowshoe, Slaty More...

By Jaynell Graham On Wednesday, July 22nd, 2015
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Improved Broadband – not such a broad stretch

The Rural Electrification Act of 1936 was intended “to light the nation by supplying the infrastructure and funding to electrify isolated U.S. farms.” TVA: Electricity for All reports that “although nearly More...

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