Records returned and preserved

Pocahontas County Historic Landmarks Commission pose with two books of historic records donated for preservation. From left, Dennis Driscoll, Bob Sheets, Jason Bauserman, Ruth Taylor and Tim Wade.

Pocahontas County Historic Landmarks Commission pose with two books of historic records donated for preservation. From left, Dennis Driscoll, Bob Sheets, Jason Bauserman, Ruth Taylor and Tim Wade. An Arbovale store ledger from 1907-08 and a 1902 Durbin Justice of the Peace court record somehow traveled from their homes in northern Pocahontas County More...

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Leslie McLaughlin and Brenda Miller made their dream a reality by opening the newest store in Marlinton, The Cackling Hens. B. Nottingham photos
By Brandon Nottingham On Wednesday, January 4th, 2017

Cackling Hens opens on Main Street in Marlinton

Leslie McLaughlin and Brenda Miller made their dream a reality by opening the newest store in Marlinton, The Cackling Hens. B. Nottingham photos Brandon Nottingham Staff Writer Have you ever wondered where folks More...

EVERY STRUCTURE HOLDS a story, and lots of information is gathered at the Green Bank Observatory. Above is one of 20 birdhouses placed on the observatory grounds last spring. Detailed records are kept for each “home,” including how many birds hatched and thrived, and how many fell to predators.  D. Curry photos
By Dave Curry On Wednesday, December 28th, 2016

Monitoring small homes in the neighborhood

EVERY STRUCTURE HOLDS a story, and lots of information is gathered at the Green Bank Observatory. Above is one of 20 birdhouses placed on the observatory grounds last spring. Detailed records are kept for More...

PIGS “ROOT AHEAD” so they are considered a symbol of progress and good fortune. What can it hurt? Why not whip up a meal of roast pork, sauerkraut and black-eyed peas for New Year’s Day?
By Pocahontas Times On Wednesday, December 28th, 2016

For luck, for lard or just for fun

PIGS “ROOT AHEAD” so they are considered a symbol of progress and good fortune. What can it hurt? Why not whip up a meal of roast pork, sauerkraut and black-eyed peas for New Year’s Day? Laura Dean Bennett Contributing More...

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By admin On Wednesday, December 21st, 2016

The long, sometimes forgotten, history of Christmas carols

Laura Dean Bennett Contributing Writer Many of our modern traditions have deep, and often, forgotten roots.  Unraveling the tangled roots of even the most innocuous of our common and venerated practices can uncover More...

Cub Scout Kyle Kelk – with Wooddell in the background – salutes after placing a wreath at the Mountain View cemetery. Photos courtesy of Gail Hyer
By admin On Wednesday, December 21st, 2016

Veterans honored at WAA ceremony

Cub Scout Kyle Kelk – with Wooddell in the background – salutes after placing a wreath at the Mountain View cemetery. Photos courtesy of Gail Hyer Gail Hyer Contributing Writer Icy roads and cold temperatures More...

Joe Smith, right, presented the Member of the Year Award to Norris Long at the annual Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 1100 Christmas Dinner.          S. Stewart photo
By Suzanne Stewart On Wednesday, December 21st, 2016

VVA honors WWII vets, outstanding member

Joe Smith, right, presented the Member of the Year Award to Norris Long at the annual Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 1100 Christmas Dinner. S. Stewart photo Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer The Pocahontas County More...