Unique finds of all kinds

Greg and Kristie Church stand in front of  one of the many pieces of cabinetry handcrafted by Greg for their 4th Avenue Mason Jar Trading Post. The couple works together to create each piece – Greg builds and distresses, while Kristie paints and stains.  C. D. Moore photo

Greg and Kristie Church stand in front of one of the many pieces of cabinetry handcrafted by Greg for their 4th Avenue Mason Jar Trading Post. The couple works together to create each piece – Greg builds and distresses, while Kristie paints and stains. C. D. Moore photos Cailey Moore Staff Writer Lanterns of every shape and size, mason jar lamps and More...

by Cailey Moore | Published 2 months ago
An inmate at Denmar Correctional Facility adds pockets and seams to a pair of inmate pants in the sewing industry section of the facility. Up to 50 Denmar inmates work in the sewing department, making inmate uniforms for all of the prisons in West Virginia. S. Stewart photo
By Suzanne Stewart On Wednesday, February 17th, 2016

Sewing the way to a new life

An inmate at Denmar Correctional Facility adds pockets and seams to a pair of inmate pants in the sewing industry section of the facility. Up to 50 Denmar inmates work in the sewing department, making inmate uniforms More...

PartiSan Pictures production company films an interview at West Virginia Community Care in Green Bank. From left, Dr. Jennifer Beverage and Rachel Taylor, PA, discuss working in the National Radio Quiet Zone as the crew – Andrew Scott Webster, Emily Harrold and Peter Schnall capture the moment. S. Stewart photo
By Suzanne Stewart On Wednesday, February 10th, 2016

Production company documents life in Green Bank

Partisan Pictures production company films an interview at West Virginia Community Care in Green Bank. From left, Dr. Jennifer Beverage and Rachel Taylor, PA, discuss working in the National Radio Quiet Zone as More...

Frankford
By Cailey Moore On Wednesday, February 10th, 2016

Frankford Vet reopens for Monday operation

THE FRANKFORD VETERINARY Hospital office in Marlinton is located in the Humane Society building, south of the ARC building on Second Avenue. Office hours are Monday and Wednesday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. C.D. Moore photo Cailey More...

THE GIRLS OF Marlinton Girl Scout Troop #5032
made special birthday and Valentine’s Day cards February
1 for the troop’s military penpal, SPC Christopher
G. Boatwright. Boatwright is currently stationed in the
Republic of Kosovo with the 363rd Military Police out of
Grafton. He will celebrate his birthday on February 28
and plans to return to the states in March. C. D. Moore
photo
By Cailey Moore On Wednesday, February 10th, 2016

Sending love overseas

THE GIRLS OF Marlinton Girl Scout Troop #5032 made special birthday and Valentine’s Day cards February 1 for the troop’s military penpal, SPC Christopher G. Boatwright. Boatwright is currently stationed in More...

Seats were at a premium in the county commission room Tuesday as residents settled in to hear discussion on particular issues. One issue with many voices dealt with the Glady Gas storage field. Hillsboro resident Beth Little was on the agenda to present her research, and Dominion and Columbia Gas Transmission representatives were on hand to answer questions and provide information. C. Moore photo
By Cailey Moore On Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016

Changes coming to Day Report

Seats were at a premium in the county commission room Tuesday as residents settled in to hear discussion on particular issues. One issue with many voices dealt with the Glady Gas storage field. Hillsboro resident More...

What began as outings for two co-workers has become an all-exclusive, weekly retreat for a group of Pocahontas County High School teachers. Clockwise from bottom, Mary Sue Burns, Jennifer Nail, Jen Whiteis, Kathy White, Susan Chappell, Leslie Goodall and Michelle Fehrer pose for picture during one of their many hikes. Photos courtesy of Mary Sue Burns
By Suzanne Stewart On Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016

PCHS teachers bond on hiking trips

What began as outings for two co-workers has become an all-exclusive, weekly retreat for a group of Pocahontas County High School teachers. Clockwise from bottom, Mary Sue Burns, Jennifer Nail, Jen Whiteis, Kathy More...