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Pickin’ on the Porch at the Company Store

September 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30 Head to the front porch of the Cass Company Store every Saturday in September from 5 to 8 p.m. for Pickin’ on the Porch. You...

Music on tap for Pioneer Days

Thursday, July 6 from 8 to 10 p.m. – Ben Hersman and the Sons of the Mountain, City National Bank stage Friday, July 7, from 7:45 to 9 p.m. Carolina Blue Gospel Bluegrass...

I Remember…

Miss Daisy Driving Miss Daisy. Was it a song, TV show or movie? Shame on me. I can’t remember! Since I’m not allowed to drive, I feel like Miss Daisy when I have someone drive me around. There’s...

Books and more at Pocahontas County Free Libraries

Cree Lahti, Director PCFL Sharon McCrumb will be at the Hillsboro Public Library Saturday, October 28, to discuss her newest work of fiction, The Unquiet Grave. Carter Taylor Seaton will be at Linwood Community Library Thursday, November 2, and...

Homegrown Music and Arts Festival ~ June 30 – July 4

The Homegrown Music and Arts Festival is a celebration of the music, arts and culture of Appalachia and the beautiful state of West Virginia’s homegrown artists. This weekend is all about Appalachia, featuring some...

From Bustle to Bust: The mystery of the old town of Watoga

Chelsea Walker Contributing Writer The Greenbrier River Trail is one of many sacred and preserved pieces of history that still remains as a tribute to our once vastly divergent past.   Dotted along the trail are countless...

What happened at the poolroom

  “Sometimes even though you are having a good time, you can’t help but to stop and think about how much you miss the old times.”   Wilbur Sharp became the owner of the poolroom on Main...

Huntersville Traditions as a way of life

Coming up on the annual Huntersville Traditions Day Friday and Saturday, it seems fitting to reprint some excerpts from letters and articles submitted to The Pocahontas Times from Vera Ritchie, of Falls Church, Virginia. The...