Jaynell Graham

Jaynell Graham can be contacted at jsgraham@pocahontastimes.com

By Jaynell Graham On Wednesday, May 20th, 2015
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Srodes publishes first book, ‘Phoebe and Earl’

A love story. A sports story. A tragedy.   Everyone has a story. Many pass from one generation to the next – around the kitchen table, in porch rockers or, perhaps, whispered in private.  Joel Srodes, of More...

By Jaynell Graham On Wednesday, May 13th, 2015
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Friel inducted into Softball Hall of Fame

Elaine Friel, of Haymarket, Virginia, formerly of Marlinton, was inducted into the Washington Metropolitan Slow Pitch Softball Hall of Fame February 9. Her parents, Elmer and Gwennie Friel, of Marlinton, attended More...

By Jaynell Graham On Wednesday, May 6th, 2015
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Fire fee main topic of MTC meeting

Marlinton Recorder Robin Mutscheller reads the details of a 1974, 31-year lease agreement between the Town of Marlinton and the Marlinton Fire Department at Monday night’s Marlinton Town Council Meeting. J. Graham More...

By Jaynell Graham On Wednesday, May 6th, 2015
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Fas Chek closes after 40 years in the community

FAS CHEK Food Store on Third Avenue in Marlinton began business in 1975 with the purchase of stock and equipment from the A&P Supermarket. Changes in the economy led to the closing, in April, of the Marlinton More...

By Jaynell Graham On Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015
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Helping children and families – every day

Members of the Pocahontas County Multi-Disciplinary Team, front: l to r: CYAC Victim’s Advocate Barbara Stone; CYAC Forensic Interviewer JoAnna Willis; Pocahontas County Schools Counselor Janessa Henderson; More...

By Jaynell Graham On Wednesday, February 25th, 2015
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NAPA’s got it – come and get it

If you haven’t been to NAPA lately, then you haven’t been to NAPA. Lots of changes have taken place there in the past couple of months. Although the store, located just off Rt. 219 above Marlinton, has helped More...

LLOYD SMITH AND his brother, Wayne, in back, take off from Buckeye Country Mart on Thursday with their sights on home. The brothers, along with Wayne’s son and motor home driver Randy Smith, arrived back home to  South Boston and Virgilina, Virginia, on Friday evening - 20 days and 1,404 miles after their adventure began on August 10. “It wasn’t always easy,” Randy said. “But I’d do it again in a New York minute.” J. Graham photo
By Jaynell Graham On Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014
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They’re back

Lloyd Smith and  his brother, Wayne, in back, take off from Buckeye Country Mart on Thursday with their sights on home. The brothers, along with Wayne’s son and motor home driver Randy Smith, arrived back home More...

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