PCHS track teams face 14 schools at Nicholas Invitational

Bruce McKean Contributing Writer The Pocahontas County High School Track Teams headed to its fourth and largest track meet so far this season – the Nicholas Invitational – April 25.  Fourteen schools, six in Class A,...

Life in a tunnel

Brandon Nottingham Staff Writer Many people have no idea as to the hard work that goes into owning and operating a farm or raising a big garden. But Fane and Sandy Irvine spend every day of...

Trevor Jordan and his growing mountain menagerie

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer   Usually when a young person wants a pet, they ask their parents for a dog or cat, or maybe something more exotic like a hamster or snake. With Pocahontas County High School...

Straw bale gardening

Jaynell Graham Editor   Do you have a hankering for fresh vegetables but lack the space or equipment for a big garden? Do not fret. Help is on the way. Cherri Hankins, of Buckeye, gave a demonstration on straw bale...

Senate Pages

Four seventh grade students from Marlinton Middle School served as Pages for Senator Greg Boso. The students traveled to Charleston March 9 and spent the day at the Senate. From l to r: Rachel Burns,...

American Legion Post 117 hosts annual dinner

American Legion Post 117 held its annual dinner meeting April 4 at the Arbovale Community Center. Three Post 117 members – Harold Crist, Herman Butcher and Dick Hiner – are World War II veterans....

A reading connection

Students in Kelli Tallman’s fifth grade class at Green Bank Elementary-Middle School recently participated in a fun book report activity. “All of the kids had to choose either a biography or an autobiography,” Tallman said....