Pocahontas County weathers the storm

The sun came out Friday morning, and the all too familiar clean-up began. Compared to neighboring counties, Pocahontas County was fortunate. Rainfall amounts were reported to be in the six inch range, as compared to ten inches in other areas of the state. Small stream flooding, downed trees, mudslides and washed out road berms caused problems for the More...

by Jaynell Graham | Published 2 months ago
The NRAO in Green Bank has three new Postdocs conducting research, from left: Nichol Cunningham, Natalia Lewandowska and Jennifer Weston. Photo courtesy of Tracy Samples
By Suzanne Stewart On Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016

Three Postdocs continue research at NRAO

The NRAO in Green Bank has three new Postdocs conducting research, from left: Nichol Cunningham, Natalia Lewandowska and Jennifer Weston. Photo courtesy of Tracy Samples Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer After completing More...

Pocahontas Memorial Hospital employees with the Flame Award presented by the Studer Group. Front row, from left: Terry Wagner, Mary Walkup, Angela Williamson, Sally Parks, Crystal Bond, Cheryl Cain, Yvette Rider, Brandy Moore, Lori Novak, Barbara Lay, Sara Casto, Kathy Irvine, Joyce Doss, Velma Wilfong, Susan Wilkins, Alexa Rogers and Samantha Hefner. Second row, from left: Jeffry Pilney, Ronda Shaw, Lisa Scott, Kerrie Ridgeway, Katie Brown, Edwina Garber, Stephen Knight, Robbie Pyles, Billy Click, Wanessa Cassell, Ernie Pollard, Shannon Starcher, Vonnie O’Brien, Pam Moore, Ashley Pritt and Tracy Alderman. S. Stewart photo
By Suzanne Stewart On Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016

PMH receives award from Studer Group

Pocahontas Memorial Hospital employees with the Flame Award presented by the Studer Group. Front row, from left: Terry Wagner, Mary Walkup, Angela Williamson, Sally Parks, Crystal Bond, Cheryl Cain, Yvette Rider, More...

Supporters from across Pocahontas County gathered at the Opera House Friday evening to celebrate the upcoming 2016-2017 Performance Season. The two-hour event was filled with food, friends and fun, and a collection of videos highlighted the artists and musicians who will take to the stage come July. D. Moore photo
By Cailey Moore On Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016

Opera House previews upcoming season

Supporters from across Pocahontas County gathered at the Opera House Friday evening to celebrate the upcoming 2016-2017 Performance Season. The two-hour event was filled with food, friends and fun, and a collection More...

Pearl S. Buck Birthplace head tour guide Phyllis Lubin-Tyler, left, shows a replica of the house to West Virginia University President Dr. E. Gordon Gee,  right, and several WVU students during their visit to the county last week. S. Stewart photo
By Suzanne Stewart On Wednesday, June 15th, 2016

WVU President visits county

Pearl S. Buck Birthplace head tour guide Phyllis Lubin-Tyler, left, shows a replica of the house to West Virginia University President Dr. E. Gordon Gee, right, and several WVU students during their visit to the More...

INA MONTGOMERY SERVED as Red Hat Queen Grandmother of the Purple
Pansy Red Hatters.
By Cailey Moore On Wednesday, June 15th, 2016

Remembering Ina

INA MONTGOMERY SERVED as Red Hat Queen Grandmother of the Purple Pansy Red Hatters. Photo courtesy of Jane Beverage Cailey Moore Staff Writer Roman philosopher Marcus Tullius Cicero once said, “If you have a More...

POCAHONTAS COUNTY NATIVE Tim Brown was
among 500 motorcyclists in this year’s Run for the
Wall – from Ontario, California to the Vietnam Veterans
Memorial in Washington, D.C. C.D. Moore photo
By Cailey Moore On Wednesday, June 8th, 2016

Honoring veterans from California to Washington, D.C.

POCAHONTAS COUNTY NATIVE Tim Brown was among 500 motorcyclists in this year’s Run for the Wall – from Ontario, California to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. C.D. Moore photo Cailey Moore Staff More...