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Caution advised on Highland Scenic Highway

A road crew will be working on a section of the Highland Scenic Highway (Forest Road 150) on Monongahela National Forest near the Little Laurel Overlook for the next few weeks, More...

Wildell – a not so forgotten town

The Wildell Lumber Company was in operation from 1904 to 1915 or 1916. During that time, the town of Wildell flourished with its own company store, church and school. Photos More...

A glimpse of Pioneer Days Past

IN THE EARLY years of the Pioneer Days festival, activities were happening all over town – and beyond. No wide spot was left idle. One of the popular events was the Horse More...

Inside the Artist’s Studio

Must’s first mural in Marlinton was inspired by the literary works of Pocahontas County native and West Virginia Poet Laureate Louise McNeill Pease and her father, G.D. McNeill. More...

Two PCHS relay teams medal at State Track Meet

Bruce McKean Contributing Writer The young Pocahontas County High School track teams medaled and scored in two events at the 104th West Virginia High School State Track Meet and More...

PCHS athletes qualify for state track meet

Laila Calhoun wins four gold medals at regionals Bruce McKean Contributing Writer Seventeen Pocahontas County High School athletes have qualified for the 104th state track meet More...

eTimes for July 19, 2018


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Preserving Pocahontas

Photographer Cal Gay captured this gala event on October 26, 1900 as people celebrated the arrival...

Preserving Pocahontas

C&O Agent Ray Looney seated in the train depot at Durbin. The photo was taken on...

Preserving Pocahontas

This Mower Lumber Company train is being powered up Cheat Mountain at Cass by Shay Engine...

Jaxson Friel

Jaxson Abel Friel, 2-year-old son of Richard Andrew, Jr. and April Moyers Friel of Arbovale got his wings Thursday, July 12, 2018, at Davis Medical Center. Funeral service will be Tuesday, July 17, 2018, More...

Erin Lash..

Erin Louise Lash, age 53, of Buckeye, passed away Thursday, June 28, 2018, at Pocahontas Memorial Hospital in Buckeye. Born July 19, 1964, at Fort Benning, Georgia, she was a More...

Barry Bronson..

Barry Bronson, age 67, of Marlinton, died peacefully Friday, June 29, 2018, at Ruby Memorial Hospital in Morgantown, with his daughter and her companion by his side. Born October More...

Joyful Flowers for Guild’s new location

floral watercolors by Pamela Gatens who will lead the Joyful Flowers watercolor class July 27 in the McGlaughlin More...

Opera House hosts Season Preview Party

Arla Ralston Contributing Writer The Pocahontas Opera House is having a party and you are invited. The third annual Season Preview..

Scenic Drive Day at Cranberry Nature Center

Continuing a popular event first held during last year’s 50th anniversary celebration, Cranberry Mountain Nature Center will host its second annual..

GBEMS club gets help with its fly fishing skills

The Green Bank Elementary-Middle School fly fishing club received supplies from members of the Southern West More...

PCHS athletes honored at annual banquet

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer The achievements of the student athletes at Pocahontas County High School were celebrated last Tuesday at the annual athletic banquet. Coaches, staff and community members honored the students for their ability to juggle academics and athletics and several seniors received awards and scholarships. Each year, the..

I Remember…

County/Country Doctors I had the privilege of working with many doctors in Pocahontas County, and, although many of them have passed away, their names are still remembered and their legacy lives on. It is interesting to note that the doctors’ first names are rarely used in our remembrances. Long before my..

I Remember…

Times change. That’s just the way it goes. Most changes are for the better, and we don’t want to go back, but we should not forget how things were years ago. Hopefully, remembering will make us appreciate what we have now. We have become a society More...

Letter to the Editor

To the citizens of Pocahontas County: With Fairs and Parades in full swing, the Pocahontas County Veterans Honor Corps would like to remind everyone of flag etiquette rules for honoring the American Flag when it passes during a parade. Too often we are seeing a complete disregard for these honors. Please..

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor: Another school year is coming to an end. The students have been testing, and everyone is eager to see the results. It has been a challenging year for the Board of Education, central office, staff, the children as well as the parents. So to all, I apologize, and More...

Pocahontas County Bicentennial ~ 1821-2021

A GRUELING FOOT RACE By Si Sharp History of Pocahontas County ~ 1981 From about 1885 until 1914, there was an..

100 Years Ago

Thursday, July 11, 1918 Be thou diligent to know the state of thy flocks And look well to thy herds. For..

Fifty Years Ago

Thursday, July 11, 1968 Pioneer Days Horse Show The first Pioneer Days Horse Show will feature 16 classes for horses and..
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