Military service – a foundation for life

  There’s a fairly new veteran in Marlinton – not newly discharged from the service,.

Hunter Hospitality

Laura Dean Bennett Contributing Writer For decades, during turkey, squirrel and deer season, out-of-town and.

A time to remember what can’t be forgotten

A Remembrance Ceremony was held Sunday at the Gazebo Park on Main Street in Marlinton..

What’s the Word?

Scrapbook – a book with blank pages to which you attach photographs, letters, newspaper stories,.

Juanita Fireball and the Continental Drifters

More than music When Juanita Fireball and the Continental Drifters take the stage, you know.

As it was, so it is

Stories about farmers, bears, bear hunters and dogs pepper the pages of this county’s history..

Fatal Boiler Explosion ~ 1906

Someone recently requested a copy of the following article which appeared in the August 2,.

Marlinton High School Class of ’54 reunion

Dotty Kellison Contributing Writer The Marlinton High School Class of 1954 descended on the Marlinton.

Reunions

Milburn Sharp Family: Saturday, September 3, noon at the Marlinton Municipal Park, Stillwell. Bring a.

Cemetery Donations

Donations for the upkeep of the following cemeteries may be made to: Beaver Creek Cemetery.

A County Cornerstone

Reprinted from Mountain Times, February 2008 In memory of Terry Richardson Amid the changes of.

PCCC – a warm welcome is par for the course

Laura Dean Bennett Contributing Writer The Pocahontas County Country Club began its history in 1956,.

‘The things you need, close to home’

“It shows the value of Trent’s that it didn’t close when the by-pass went in.”.

Remembering Betsy Jordan Edgar ~ 1921-2016

By “Marty” Edgar Ness Betsy Jordan Edgar was born June 25, 1921 in Marlinton, the.

A ‘Big Bang’ of a beginning but, as yet, no end to the story

NRAO and life in the Quiet Zone   “There are times when silence has the.

Respect returned

“He was trying to do the job right – right to the bitter end.” Mayor.

Play Ball

Former residents Larry McCune and Jim McCune visited The Pocahontas Times office a few weeks.

Minnehaha – the hospitality place

Pocahontas County has always had the distinction of being a place of hospitality, and that.

‘We never did know’

Twenty-Years-Ago November 2, 1995 10th Anniversary of the Flood of ’85 ‘We never did know’.

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.