FOR SALE – T450 Taylor outdoor wood stove. 304-646-9088. 10/20/2p

FOR SALE – Huge Avon bottle collection. Call 304-799-6440. 10/20/2p

FOR SALE – Whirlpool, large capacity, front loading washing machine. Only a few years old. $200 OBO. Can be seen at C. J. Richardson’s or call 304-799-2360. 10/20/1p

FOR SALE – Better efficiency and more heat output than traditional wood heating. Central Boiler Classic Edge outdoor wood furnace. Call today. Gooding Outdoor Furnace. 304-704-9711 or 304-642-7753. 10/20/3c

HAY FOR SALE – 4×4 round bales, second cutting. Barn-kept, never wet. 304-653-4490. 10/13/2p

FOR SALE – Twenty laying hens. 304-456-4235. 10/13/3p

FOR SALE – Seasoned firewood. 304-572-2421. 10/13/3p

FOR SALE – 2013 Standard white Chevy Spark. 49,000 miles with warranty. Great work car. $6,000 firm. 304-799-4123. 10/13/2c


FOR RENT - Three bedroom house in Cook Town. One-year lease. Must have references. $500/month. Available November 1. Call 304-799-0586. 10/20/1c

FOR RENT – One, two and three bedroom apartments available at Greenbrier Building Apartments. 304-536-3111. 10/20/11p

FOR RENT – Three bedroom trailer on Droop. Call 304-252-7042. 10/6/3p

FOR RENT - On river next to Red Oak Realty. Two bedroom, one bath with free WiFi. $285/month. Contact Todd at 904-234-8585 or 8/25/tfnc

FOR RENT – One bedroom, furnished, $375. Two bedroom, furnished, with DirecTV $550. Located near Snowshoe. Email elkriver1@ for pictures or call 304-646-6783. 6/2/tfnp


WANTED – To purchase two-to- four acres of cleared land with good drinking well water. 304-539-2433. 10/20/2p


CAMP FOR SALE – Ten acres off Gordon Dilley Road. Thirty-foot camper with sixteen-foot slide-out with covered roof and 10’ x 20’ porch. Furnished. 304-984-9684. 10/20/2p

HOUSE FOR SALE – Fixer upper in Marlinton. 304-412-1476. 10/13/4p


POSITIONS AVAILABLE – Watoga State Park has a temporary employment opportunity for an office clerk. Duties will include, but are not limited to: answering the phone, greeting the public, completing facility reservations, confirm campsite rosters, receive and refer visitor comments, requests and or complaints, dispense information regarding services, process invoices, reconcile daily and weekly revenue, prepare revenue and expenditure reports, and more. Applicants must possess computer skills, knowledge of office methods and procedures, knowledge of business English, spelling and math, and be able to maintain effective working relationships with other employees and the public. Applications are available at the park office at 4800 Watoga Park Road. 10/20/2c

POSITIONS AVAILABLE – Monongahela National Forest is seeking temporary employees. The Monongahela National Forest anticipates filling several temporary recreation and trails positions for the 2017 spring/summer season. Opportunities are available at Richwood, Marlinton and White Sulphur Springs. We encourage you to call for more details about the jobs and the application/selection process. You may contact Matt Edwards at 304-799-4334 extension 24, or by email at If you would like to learn more about working for the Forest Service, you can look at our agency’s website at 10/20/3c

POSITIONS AVAILABLE – First Tracts Real Estate located at the base of Snowshoe Mountain is now accepting applications for full-time and seasonal housekeepers. Pay based on experience. Starting rate $9 per hour. Please apply within or contact our office at 304-572-4500. 10/20/2p

POSITIONS AVAILABLE – Mountain Valley Realty at Snowshoe has full-and part-time housekeeping positions available. Please call or stop by our office for more information/application. 304-572-2210. Located at the base of Snowshoe Mountain at 449 Cass Road, Slaty Fork, WV 26291. End of season bonus. 10/20/2p

POSITION AVAILABLE – Pocahontas Memorial Hospital has a full-time Housekeeper position available. Candidate must possess good interpersonal communication skills as well as be self-motivated. Entry level knowledge; basic employment skills; High School diploma or GED equivalent required. Previous housekeeping experience preferred. You may pick up an application at Registration or submit your résumé with three professional references to: Katie Brown, Director of Human Resources, PMH, 150 Duncan Road, Buckeye, WV 24924 or email to Applications will be accepted until 10 a.m. on October 21, 2016. EOE. 10/13/2c


SERVICES – Water well drilling – pumping systems – geothermal systems, five generation experience. Frame Drilling. WV006311. 304-799-4626 or 304-636-6025.

SERVICES - Ron’s Tree Service, LLC. Complete tree care and removal. Free estimates. 304-799-2476. 5/19/tfnc

SERVICES – Dawn’s Pet Grooming. Located at Graham’s Motel in Buckeye. Call for an appointment. 304-799-6047 or 304-799-6400. 1/2/tfnp

COMPUTERS-R-US – Problems? We can help. Home or business. Call Christine Rebinski – 304-456-3244 or Terry Gett – 304-456-4353. 5/7/tfnp


NOTICE – In order to better serve all individuals, groups and organizations seeking contributions and/or funding from the Pocahontas County Commission, our office has set aside the first meeting of February, May, August and November for discussion and/or action of requests made for consideration. Letters or other correspondence may be addressed to our office at 900 Tenth Avenue, Marlinton, West Virginia 24954. Appointments or scheduling of presentations may still be made at any meeting, noting that decisions may be deferred until one of the above-scheduled dates. Guidelines for contributions for fiscal year 2016-2017 are listed below. Requests to be placed on the agenda for the November session must be made to the County Commission Office no later than 12 noon on October 26, 2016. Please contact the Commission Office at 304-799-6063 Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. or by email to shelton1@assesssor. for further information.
The Pocahontas County Commission will have four (4) funding request meetings per year, one meeting per quarter. To be considered for contribution requests:
• All groups, organizations or entities must have representative available at County Commission meeting at time of the initial presentation; no exceptions will be made;
• All groups, organizations or entities must show proof (i.e. copy) of its Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued 501(c) or other non-profit status, or in the case of a public entity (i.e. school board or town), a verified statement of public purpose behind the request; the information requested in this section must be made available to the Commission upon the initial presentation, noting that if any of the documentation is missing the request will not be considered by the Commission;
• All individuals, groups, organizations or entities seeking contributions must possess a valid copy of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued 501(c) or other non-profit documentation matching the exact name of the group, organization or entity, except in the case of a public entity (i.e. school board or town) or a request of $500.00 or less (see No. 7 below); no other exceptions will be made;
• All requests must contain itemized budget and a financial statement from group, organization or entity at time of initial request, or if request is from a public entity (i.e. school board or town) such budget and financial documents must be presented for the specific project; the information requested in this section must be made available to the Commission upon the initial presentation, noting that if any of the documentation is missing the request will not be considered by the Commission;
• Only one request per fiscal year from each group, organization or entity will be considered and will be determined by the named payee on previously issued checks; no exceptions will be made;
• No requests will be approved for any group, organization or entity in an amount over and above $5,000.00 per fiscal year;
• Any group, organization or entity requesting a contribution from the Commission in an amount of $500.00 or less per fiscal year shall be exempt from providing documentation regarding its 501(c) or other non-profit status; however, all requests must contain itemized budget and a financial statement; the information requested in this section must be made available to the Commission upon the initial presentation, noting that if any of the documentation is missing the request will not be considered by the Commission. 10/20/1c

NOTICE – NAPA Auto Parts, Marlinton Store has new extended hours. Now open Saturdays 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and Monday – Friday 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. 304-799-6250. 4/7/tfnc

NOTICE – Looking for a Correctional Officer job? Testing will be offered at the Denmar Correctional Center, Hillsboro, WV, on a daily basis. Interested parties should contact Human Resources at the facility at 304-653-4201 to schedule an appointment. 2/25/tfnc

SALE – 60% off all oak, maple, hickory and painted door styles in Kraftmaid kitchen cabinetry. Custom CAD computer design. Glades Building Supply. 304-799-4912. 5/14/tfnc


YARD SALE – Mountain View Assembly of God, Rt. 219/Edray. Saturday, October 22, 8 a.m. Something for everyone. 10/20/1p