On the Bookshelf ~ ‘Out of the Storm,’ The Galford Lumber Company

FINDING HOPE IN a hopeless time, Glen Galford moved his sawmill and his men to Northfield, Massachusetts, in 1939 to help clean up timber that was downed in one of the most destructive hurricanes in American history.

FINDING HOPE IN a hopeless time, Glen Galford moved his sawmill and his men to Northfield, Massachusetts, in 1939 to help clean up timber that was downed in one of the most destructive hurricanes in American history. Winner of the “Best Event Documentary 2002” at the West Virginia Filmmakers Film Festival   Jaynell Graham Editor   “Boy, More...

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By Pocahontas Times On Sunday, February 12th, 2017

High Wind Warning

A high wind warning is in effect for the higher elevations of Pocahontas County until 1 p.m. Monday, February 13.      More...

Tiler Mortensen-Smith
By Suzanne Stewart On Wednesday, February 8th, 2017

PCHS junior tries out for Drum Corps International

Tiler Mortensen-Smith Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer It pays to stand out, and Pocahontas County High School band director Bob Mann couldn’t help but notice the talents of junior Tiler Mortensen-Smith. Tiler joined More...

Elementary and middle school students compete in the Battle of the Books at Green Bank Elementary-Middle School Friday. Battle of the Books is a jeopardy style tournament with questions drawn from books the students read on their own time. Photo courtesy of E. Baldwin
By Brandon Nottingham On Wednesday, February 8th, 2017

GBEMS hosts annual Battle of the Books

Elementary and middle school students compete in the Battle of the Books at Green Bank Elementary-Middle School Friday. Battle of the Books is a jeopardy style tournament with questions drawn from books the students More...

Pocahontas County Arts Council member and local potter Cynthia Gurreri, right, instructs students on how to make heart boxes from clay during Friday’s pottery class at the Community Wellness Center in Marlinton. B. Nottingham photo
By Brandon Nottingham On Wednesday, February 8th, 2017

Gurreri molds students in clay classes

Pocahontas County Arts Council member and local potter Cynthia Gurreri, right, instructs students on how to make heart boxes from clay during Friday’s pottery class at the Community Wellness Center in Marlinton. More...

By Pocahontas Times On Wednesday, February 1st, 2017

Durbin candidates file for office

According to Durbin Recorder Jeremy Bauserman, the following candidates have filed for office for the upcoming town election: Mayor: Kenneth (Kenny) R. Lehman and Donald Eugene Peck. Recorder: Jeremy Donald More...

RUTH TAYLOR, OF Seebert, has spent a lifetime promoting community events. She served as chairman of the Little Levels Heritage Fair Committee for many years, and was recently inducted into the West Virginia Fairs and Festivals Hall of Fame.
By Brandon Nottingham On Wednesday, February 1st, 2017

Little Levels looks to the past and the future

RUTH TAYLOR, OF Seebert, has spent a lifetime promoting community events. She served as chairman of the Little Levels Heritage Fair Committee for many years, and was recently inducted into the West Virginia Fairs More...