GBEMS students ‘Bake for Good’

Students in Erin Baldwin’s class at Green Bank Elementary-Middle School made rolls Monday and donated them to the Family Resource Network in Marlinton. Students worked hard to mix the dough and tie the rolls in knots before baking them. E. Baldwin photo

Students in Erin Baldwin’s class at Green Bank Elementary-Middle School made rolls Monday and donated them to the Family Resource Network in Marlinton. Students worked hard to mix the dough and tie the rolls in knots before baking them. E. Baldwin photo Brandon Nottingham Staff Writer The art of baking bread has been around for thousands of years, More...

by Brandon Nottingham | Published 2 weeks ago
By Pocahontas Times On Wednesday, February 8th, 2017

Commission hears from the past, present and future

Laura Dean Bennett Contributing Writer Tuesday’s Pocahontas County Commission meeting began right on time with an interesting and varied agenda. Commissioner David McLaughlin reported that the ad seeking More...

Sherry Alderman, of Hillsboro, is now a stylist at Jeanie’s Stylin’ Salon in Hillsboro. Along with cutting and styling hair, Alderman offers manicures, pedicures and facial waxing. S. Stewart photo
By Suzanne Stewart On Wednesday, February 8th, 2017

Jeanie’s Stylin’ Salon welcomes Sherry Alderman

Sherry Alderman, of Hillsboro, is now a stylist at Jeanie’s Stylin’ Salon in Hillsboro. Along with cutting and styling hair, Alderman offers manicures, pedicures and facial waxing. S. Stewart photo Suzanne Stewart Staff More...

By Brandon Nottingham On Wednesday, February 1st, 2017

‘Something better to do’

Brandon Nottingham Staff Writer   The Pocahontas County Prevention Coalition had planned to host a free showing of  the movie “The Secret Life of Pets” Friday night to start off a year-long program called More...

By Suzanne Stewart On Wednesday, February 1st, 2017

School transportation strives for a safe ride, every time

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer Whether it’s purchasing new buses to replace old ones or implementing route options during inclement weather, the Pocahontas County Schools transportation department, headed by director More...

Computer science and math teacher Laurel Dilley, right, gets the attention of her students in computer science class as Green Bank Observatory computer scientist Ray Creager, at the end of the table, prepares to tell the students about the CPU Raspberry Pi which is an inexpensive computer loaded with programs used in computer science programming. S. Stewart photo
By Suzanne Stewart On Wednesday, February 1st, 2017

Computer science – catch the bug

Computer science and math teacher Laurel Dilley, right, gets the attention of her students in computer science class as Green Bank Observatory computer scientist Ray Creager, at the end of the table, prepares to More...

By Suzanne Stewart On Wednesday, January 25th, 2017

BFD/Cass dispute put to rest

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer Members of the Bartow-Frank-Durbin fire and rescue squad, Cass volunteer fire department, Pocahontas County fire board and Pocahontas County EMS authority met at the Green Bank Observatory More...