Great Greenbrier River Race draws fun-loving crowd

a crowd ON the bridge at Marlinton cheers for the racers as they rush their kayaks and canoes for the second leg of the Great Greenbrier River Race triathlon Saturday. After a three mile run, racers take a four-mile ride down the river before returning to Marlinton in a 10-mile bike ride from Buckeye.  S. Stewart photo

a crowd ON the bridge at Marlinton cheers for the racers as they rush their kayaks and canoes for the second leg of the Great Greenbrier River Race triathlon Saturday. After a three mile run, racers take a four-mile ride down the river before returning to Marlinton in a 10-mile bike ride from Buckeye. S. Stewart photo Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer “Because More...

by Suzanne Stewart | Published 3 months ago
From left: Robert Martin and Eugene Simmons
By Suzanne Stewart On Saturday, April 30th, 2016

2016 Candidate Forum – Prosecuting Attorney

From left: Robert Martin and Eugene Simmons Allegheny Mountain Radio hosted Candidate Forums for the county and state election. Prosecuting Attorney candidates Robert Martin and Eugene Simmons answered six questions More...

Board of Education candidates, from left: Norman Alderman, Sam Gibson, Lynn Jordan, Michael Vance and Joe Walker.
By Suzanne Stewart On Friday, April 29th, 2016

2016 Candidate Forum – Board of Education

Board of Education candidates, from left: Norman Alderman, Sam Gibson, Lynn Jordan, Michael Vance and Joe Walker. Allegheny Mountain Radio hosted Candidate Forums for the county and state election. Board of Education More...

By Cailey Moore On Wednesday, April 27th, 2016

PEIA insuring healthy lifestyle

Cailey Moore Staff Writer The beginning of Spring is a time for change – a time for goals and resolutions to be made – and for those in Pocahontas County, the Marlinton Community Wellness Center is a place where More...

Tim Sacca digs tiny holes for his daughter, Emma, as she places pinwheels on the lawn of the Pocahontas County Courthouse. The whimsical pinwheels are reminiscent of childhood and are used to capture the attention of community members in the hopes of preventing future child abuse. The pinwheels will remain on the lawn until May 2. C. D. Moore photo
By Cailey Moore On Wednesday, April 27th, 2016

County remembers on children’s memorial flag day

Tim Sacca digs tiny holes for his daughter, Emma, as she places pinwheels on the lawn of the Pocahontas County Courthouse. The whimsical pinwheels are reminiscent of childhood and are used to capture the attention More...

BUS DRIVER TRAINER Jimmy Ryder puts potential substitutes behind the wheel as they learn the ins and outs of driver safety. The training also includes various obstacle courses. Above, bus driver trainee Evan Rose expertly backs a school bus into the designated area at the Green Bank school. S. Stewart photo
By Suzanne Stewart On Wednesday, April 27th, 2016

School bus driver passes on knowledge to new recruits

BUS DRIVER TRAINER Jimmy Ryder puts potential substitutes behind the wheel as they learn the ins and outs of driver safety. The training also includes various obstacle courses. Above, bus driver trainee Evan Rose More...

Glenville State College Associate Professor of Forestry  Dr. Brian Perkins, second from right, demonstrates how to properly slice into wood to expose its pores at the GSC Natural Resource Exploration Day Saturday in Huntersville. S. Stewart photo
By Suzanne Stewart On Wednesday, April 20th, 2016

GSC Exploration Day a hit

Glenville State College Associate Professor of Forestry Dr. Brian Perkins, second from right, demonstrates how to properly slice into wood to expose its pores at the GSC Natural Resource Exploration Day Saturday More...