Future of Pioneer Days

Cailey Moore Staff Writer The summer solstice is upon us, and with summer comes outdoor adventure, the warmth of the sun and a season of festivals. Of the approaching festivals, it is the 50th celebration of Pioneer Days that has the town talking – and not necessarily about what this year’s festival will bring. Rather, inquiring minds are curious More...

by Cailey Moore | Published 4 weeks ago
Pocahontas County High School seniors were honored at the annual Senior Awards Night May 26. Students receiving the Promise Scholarship were, from left: Makayla Marks, Audrey Lore, Emily Boothe, Lara Baudler, Caleb Bennett, Marilyn Creager and Ashlynn McKenney. S. Stewart photo
By Suzanne Stewart On Wednesday, June 1st, 2016

Class of 2016 honored at Senior Awards Night

Pocahontas County High School seniors were honored at the annual Senior Awards Night May 26. Students receiving the Promise Scholarship were, from left: Makayla Marks, Audrey Lore, Emily Boothe, Lara Baudler, Caleb More...

At the Pocahontas County High School Athletic Banquet, seniors Conlin Halterman and Kayleigh Arbogast were the first recipients of the newly founded Shafer/Kincaid Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship is given in memory of Thomas David Shafer and Richard David Kincaid who were both athletes at PCHS. S. Stewart photo
By Suzanne Stewart On Wednesday, June 1st, 2016

Student athletes recognized at annual banquet

At the Pocahontas County High School Athletic Banquet, seniors Conlin Halterman and Kayleigh Arbogast were the first recipients of the newly founded Shafer/Kincaid Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship is given More...

STANDING, FROM LEFT: Beth Buck – daughter of Gay and Becky Shinaberry;
and Greenbrier Valley Community Foundation Executive Director Courtney
Smith; seated are three previous recipients of the Gay and Becky Shinaberry
Scholarship: Dayla Lambert (2014), Makinsey Cochran (2012) and Kendra Taylor
(2008). Not pictured: Alexandra Luikart, 2015 recipient. C.D. Moore photo
By Cailey Moore On Wednesday, June 1st, 2016

Changing lives one young woman at a time

STANDING, FROM LEFT: Beth Buck – daughter of Gay and Becky Shinaberry; and Greenbrier Valley Community Foundation Executive Director Courtney Smith; seated are three previous recipients of the Gay and Becky More...

By Pocahontas Times On Wednesday, May 25th, 2016

Three arrested in burglary, brandishing episode

Police officers responded to two calls May 16 to a lodging facility in the former Naz-arene Church, on Ninth Street in Marlinton. According to the complaint filed in Pocahontas County Magistrate Court, West Virginia More...

By Suzanne Stewart On Wednesday, May 25th, 2016

Students and staff honored at Super Scholars

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer On May 17, Pocahontas County Schools Superintendent Terrence Beam and school principals recognized students in grades three through 12 who have excelled academically in the 2015-2016 More...

By Suzanne Stewart On Wednesday, May 25th, 2016

MMS archers to participate in world competition

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer It was a joyous afternoon at the Pocahontas County Board of Education meeting Monday, as Superintendent Terrence Beam and Marlinton Middle School principal Joe Riley informed the board More...