Students and staff honored at Super Scholars event

Pocahontas County Teacher of the Year Melissa Taylor, left, and Service Personnel of the Year Ella Taylor were honored at the Super Scholars event May 18. Photo courtesy of Renee Hill

Pocahontas County Teacher of the Year Melissa Taylor, left, and Service Personnel of the Year Ella Taylor were honored at the Super Scholars event May 18. Photo courtesy of Renee Hill Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer Pocahontas County students in grades three through 12 were honored as Super Scholars at an award ceremony May 18 at Pocahontas County High More...

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Logan Dilley, right, looks on as Ryan Irvine presents the Leadership Award to FFA president Kindra Carr at the FFA banquet Thursday night. S. Stewart photo
By Suzanne Stewart On Wednesday, May 20th, 2015

Students honored at FFA banquet

Logan Dilley, right, looks on as Ryan Irvine presents the Leadership Award to FFA president Kindra Carr at the FFA banquet Thursday night. S. Stewart photo Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer With a new teacher and More...

Left photo: Attending Tristin Day’s official signing with Garrett College were, seated, from left: Melissa Reed, Tristin Day and Lloyd Reed. Standing, from left: assistant girls coach Phillip Anderson, girls coach Mike Kane, PCHS principal Robert Miller, Garrett College girls basketball coach Bogie Boggess and statistician Bruce McKean. Photo courtesy of Melissa Reed

Right photo: Attending Bobbie Jo McNabb’s official signing with Garrett College were, seated, from left: Rosemary McNabb, Bobbie Jo McNabb and Rob McNabb. Standing, from left: assistant girls coach Phillip Anderson, PCHS principal Robert Miller, girls coach Mike Kane, statistician Bruce McKean and Garrett College girls basketball coach Bogie Boggess. S. Stewart photo
By Suzanne Stewart On Wednesday, May 20th, 2015

From Eagles to Warriors to Lakers – Day and McNabb sign with Garrett College

Left photo: Attending Tristin Day’s official signing with Garrett College were, seated, from left: Melissa Reed, Tristin Day and Lloyd Reed. Standing, from left: assistant girls coach Phillip Anderson, girls More...

Jim Johnson, of Hillsboro, demonstrates the use of a lathe to chip away at a piece of wood to create a bowl. As the lathe turns, Johnson methodically uses a chisel to make a smooth cut.  S. Stewart photo
By Suzanne Stewart On Wednesday, May 13th, 2015

Johnson trades work with metal for hobby with wood

Jim Johnson, of Hillsboro, demonstrates the use of a lathe to chip away at a piece of wood to create a bowl. As the lathe turns, Johnson methodically uses a chisel to make a smooth cut. S. Stewart photo Suzanne More...

By Jaynell Graham On Wednesday, May 6th, 2015

Fas Chek closes after 40 years in the community

FAS CHEK Food Store on Third Avenue in Marlinton began business in 1975 with the purchase of stock and equipment from the A&P Supermarket. Changes in the economy led to the closing, in April, of the Marlinton More...

A view of Durbin when it was a booming town with a busy train depot for the C&O and Western Maryland railroads. Photo courtesy of Julian Whanger
By Suzanne Stewart On Wednesday, May 6th, 2015

Down memory lane with the Whangers

A view of Durbin when it was a booming town with a busy train depot for the C&O and Western Maryland railroads. Photo courtesy of Julian Whanger Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer Dusting off old photo albums and More...

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By Geoff Hamill On Wednesday, April 29th, 2015

Pocahontas old growth forest dedicated

Representatives of the Old Growth Forest Network conducted a dedication ceremony at Gaudineer Scenic Area last Thursday to make the area an official part of the network. Students and teachers from Alleghany High More...

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