FEMA, SBA set up Disaster Recovery Center at McClintic Library

FEMA [Federal Emergency Management Agency] and the Small Business Administration [SBA] set up a Disaster Recovery Center at McClintic Library in Marlinton to assist disaster victims who suffered flood damage from the June storms.  S. Stewart photo

FEMA [Federal Emergency Management Agency] and the Small Business Administration [SBA] set up a Disaster Recovery Center at McClintic Library in Marlinton to assist disaster victims who suffered flood damage from the June storms. S. Stewart photo Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer Just two weeks after thunderstorms and high winds caused flooding and damage More...

by Suzanne Stewart | Published 2 months ago
The pioneer-themed arts and crafts demonstrations drew a lot of attention over the weekend. At the quill and ink station, Margaret Worth sets out colored ink while kids use quills to practice their drawing skills. C. D. Moore photo
By Cailey Moore On Wednesday, July 13th, 2016

Pioneer Days celebrates its 50th year

The pioneer-themed arts and crafts demonstrations drew a lot of attention over the weekend. At the quill and ink station, Margaret Worth sets out colored ink while kids use quills to practice their drawing skills. More...

Marlinton resident Keith Moore flips through a hard cover book of photos from his collection. Staff Writer Suzanne Stewart scanned photos from one of his albums and had the book bound – a total surprise and special gift.  Moore has shared his pictures with The Pocahontas Times on many occasions.  J. Graham photo
By Suzanne Stewart On Wednesday, July 6th, 2016

A picture perfect memory

Marlinton resident Keith Moore flips through a hard cover book of photos from his collection. Staff Writer Suzanne Stewart scanned photos from one of his albums and had the book bound – a total surprise and special More...

THE RISING WATERS of
Stony Creek dumped 19
inches of water into the
WVDOH office on Rt. 219
north of Marlinton. The
water began to enter the
building between 5:30 and
6 p.m. Thursday, but
dropped fairly quickly, and
by 8:30 p.m. employees
were able to enter the
building to begin the cleanup.
Several employees had
worked all day cutting
trees out of roadways, then
worked all night cleaning
at the headquarters. Photos courtesy of
Evelyn Hollandsworth and
Andrea O'Brien
By Cailey Moore On Wednesday, June 29th, 2016

Pocahontas County fortunate in wake of flooding

THE RISING WATERS of Stony Creek dumped 19 inches of water into the WVDOH office on Rt. 219 north of Marlinton. The water began to enter the building between 5:30 and 6 p.m. Thursday, but dropped fairly More...

By Jaynell Graham On Friday, June 24th, 2016

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 More...

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...

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