Labor of Love

Laura Dean Bennett Contributing Writer BECKY AND JODY Spencer celebrated their 21st wedding anniversary August 6 at Watoga State Park – a place where they courted, where they were married, and where they will be moving into a house on the park grounds, as Jody has taken the helm as superintendent. L. D. Bennett photo Little did Jody and Becky More...

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Students at Garth Newel Music Center in Hot Springs, Virginia, performed in the Emerging Artist Fellows concert Thursday at the Green Bank Observatory. From left: Sarah Thomas, Haesol Lee, Julia Rupp and Kaitlin Springer perform a string quartet arrangement by composer Joseph Haydn. S. Stewart photo
By Suzanne Stewart On Wednesday, August 10th, 2016

Garth Newel music students wow crowd at annual concert

Students at Garth Newel Music Center in Hot Springs, Virginia, performed in the Emerging Artist Fellows concert Thursday at the Green Bank Observatory. From left: Sarah Thomas, Haesol Lee, Julia Rupp and Kaitlin More...

Twenty-two youngsters who participated in the summer reading program – On Your Mark, Get Set, Read! – at the Durbin and Linwood libaries were rewarded for their efforts with a ride on the Durbin Rocket last week. S. Stewart photo
By Suzanne Stewart On Wednesday, August 10th, 2016

Summer readers ride Durbin Rocket

Twenty-two youngsters who participated in the summer reading program – On Your Mark, Get Set, Read! – at the Durbin and Linwood libaries were rewarded for their efforts with a ride on the Durbin Rocket last More...

Vicky Terry has led the Pocahontas County Free Libraries through a number of changes during her five years as director, but the time has come to pass the torch to another. She departs the position with many-a-fond memory and is excited to see the new ideas of a new director.
By Cailey Moore On Wednesday, August 3rd, 2016

A new chapter for Terry

Vicky Terry has led the Pocahontas County Free Libraries through a number of changes during her five years as director, but the time has come to pass the torch to another. She departs the position with many-a-fond More...

Rising Green Bank Elementary-Middle School sixth grader Gage Wilson stands among the school supplies he collected in the past month for children affected by the recent devastating flood in Greenbrier County.    S. Stewart photo
By Suzanne Stewart On Wednesday, August 3rd, 2016

GBEMS student collects school supplies for disaster victims

Rising Green Bank Elementary-Middle School sixth grader Gage Wilson stands among the school supplies he collected in the past month for children affected by the recent devastating flood in Greenbrier County. S. More...

FaMIly reSourCe netWorK executive director laura young addresses a
group at the Farmers Community Market interest meeting last tuesday. the project
would bring a community co-op to Marlinton, where locals could buy and sell fresh,
locally grown produce year-round. C.D. Moore photo
By Cailey Moore On Wednesday, July 20th, 2016

Marlinton community co-op grocer in the planning stage

Family Resource Network Executive Director Laura Young addresses a group at the Farmers Community Market interest meeting last Tuesday. The project would bring a community co-op to Marlinton, where locals could More...

World War II veteran Don Jennings, left, served as the Durbin Days Heritage Festival Parade Marshal in the Grand Feature Parade Saturday. Charlie Sheets was his chauffeur. S. Stewart photo
By Suzanne Stewart On Wednesday, July 20th, 2016

Durbin Days – a celebration for all ages

World War II veteran Don Jennings, left, served as the Durbin Days Heritage Festival Parade Marshal in the Grand Feature Parade Saturday. Charlie Sheets was his chauffeur. S. Stewart photo Suzanne Stewart Staff More...

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