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...

A County Cornerstone

Reprinted from Mountain Times, February 2008 In memory of Terry Richardson Amid the changes of downtown Marlinton, a few things have remained constant, one of them being C. J. Richardson Hardware. Visitors to this area...

I Remember…

‘A New Direction’ A revival was held at the Pocahontas County Opera House last week. On the first night, Pastor Shaun Clark, of Mountain View Assembly of God, spoke about God’s love. Young Life director David...

Readin’ the old-fashioned way

Laura Dean Bennett Contributing Writer Old McGuffey Readers are highly collect-ible antiques these days, but as old-fashioned as many people might assume them to be, they stand today as one of the first and one might...

New members at Post 117

Commander Hugh Geiger welcomes three new members to Allegheny Post 117 at the annual spring banquet held at the Arbovale Community Center May 1. Twenty-three members were in attendance with 17 guests. Pictured, l...

What’s the Word?

Scrapbook – a book with blank pages to which you attach photographs, letters, newspaper stories, etc., that help you remember a person or time. ~ Merriam Webster Dictionary   Scrapbooking became quite the rage a few...

Space Race Rumpus ~ June 9-11

It’s a festival. It’s a race. It’s group rides. It’s a clinic. It’s a fundraiser. It’s a tradition. The Space Race Rumpus takes place each year in June in Pocahontas County, which has some of...

Around the Neighborhood

Customer Appreciation Day in Buckeye Saturday was a beautiful fall day – perfect weather for outside activities – and Buckeye was a busy place from early morning to nightfall. An estimated 300 people passed through the...

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