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A couple of panther stories from The Pocahontas Times archives

Panther Killed The Pocahontas Times April 15, 1976 If only Cal Price were alive, is what everyone has been saying since Sunday afternoon at 2:15 when a panther was killed in the Jacox-Lobelia area by Kessler Pritt....

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...

Blacksmithing ~ continuing the art

Andrew Bealer Conbtributing Writer I am an aspiring blacksmith and friend of Woody and Brenda Harman. I recently took a trip down to visit them at their beautiful home in the Greenbrier Valley. I currently live in...

Ben Sollee brings ‘Infowars’ to Marlinton

Kentucky songwriter, composer and storyteller Ben Sollee returns to the Pocahontas County Opera House Friday, November 18, at 7:30 p.m., following the October release of his latest album. In Sollee’s first full-length studio record in...

I Remember…

The month of March is here. It came in like a roaring lion – wind howling as it whips and tears across the mountains and valleys. Trees dance in a frantic pace. High winds send objects...

I Remember…

Veterans Day Stand up and give honor to our brave men and women. Regardless if battles were called wars or conflicts, they stood up for each of us. They stood up for America. So many endured pain of...

September 15-16 ~ Music in the Mountains Festival

Local musicians, artisans, community members and visitors come together at the Pocahontas County Opera House to experience and celebrate mountain music, craft and dance in the making. Friday night features Mountain Music Trail musicians kicking...

2017 Pocahontas County 4-H/FFA Livestock Show and Sale

Connie Burns WVU Extension   Thirty-three Pocahontas County youth participated in this year’s 4-H/FFA Livestock Show and Sale August 26 at the Pocahontas Producers Stockyards in Marlinton.  A total of 55 animals were exhibited and judged...