Lahti quietly changes library positions

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer When Vicky Terry retired from her post as director of the Pocahontas County Free Libraries, the search was on to find someone to oversee the five county libraries. With her love of the...

Historical Society remembers Buckeye poet laureate

The old Buckeye School is a bookstore now, an appropriate use for a building where children learned to read and write. Row upon row of dusty books fill the cloakrooms and classrooms where kids...

Jeanie’s Stylin’ Salon welcomes Sherry Alderman

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer It’s never too late to realize your dream – something Sherry Alderman, of Hillsboro, recently learned when she received her degree in cos- metology from New River Community and Technical College in...

Spring is baa-ck again

Spring has sprung on the farm of Nate Dean and Luci Mosesso in Buckeye. Two of their Katahdin sheep gave birth to twins. The two black sheep are named Candy and Randy, and the...

Burns receives Honorary American FFA Degree

Mike Burns was the forestry teacher at Pocahontas Coun-ty High School for 29 years and during that time his forestry teams were a force to be reckoned with. In recognition of his work with...

General Election Candidate Forum – Against the Excess School Levy

Allegheny Mountain Radio hosted a General Election Candidate Forum on October 25 for Pocahontas County Commission and Pocahontas County Sheriff candidates. The forum also included Allen Johnson, who spoke against the proposed Excess School...

Night at the Opry

Cailey Moore Staff Writer Seats were hard to come by Saturday night as music fans flocked to the Pocahontas County Opera House for a night at the opry. “It's so wonderful to see all of you here...