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Linwood’s Got Talent

the Fiddlehead Restaurant was filled with talented individuals October 4 for the annual Linwood’s Got Talent fundraiser. This year, the contest raised nearly $3,000 for the Linwood Community Library. In the youth competition, winners...

GBEMS students get firsthand history lesson at Huntersville

Melinda Beverage and Isabella Bauserman Eighth Grade GBEMS Student Reporters On October 5, 2018, the Green Bank Elementary-Middle school eighth grade class went to Huntersville to learn about Pocahontas County Civil War history. Mrs. Ryder, social...

A night of mystery coming to the Opera House

Who Killed Prea-cher Brown? is the title of this year’s murder mystery dinner theater playing at the Pocahontas Opera House October 26, 27 and 28 at 6 p.m. The show is set in the...

Pocahontas County FFA receives grant

Jennalee Meck FFA Reporter Pocahontas County High School Agricultural Department received a modernization grant for $18,500. The grant was presented by the Career Technical Education Department of the West Virginia Department of Education. The money was...

Warrior Football ~ JV Avengers at Bath

Varsity shuts out West at Homecoming Aaron Pugh Contributing Writer After the varsity fell to the Bath County Cavaliers in week six, the junior varsity squad traveled to Bath County October 8 to introduce themselves. One of...

Lady Warriors win two on the road

The Pocahontas County High School Lady Warriors soccer team had two games last week and won both on the road. Game 14 at Petersburg, October 1 At half-time the Lady Warriors were ahead 1-0. They scored...

‘My Side of the Mountain’ ~ Inspiration for a new generation of readers

Laura Dean Bennett Staff Writer Judging by the energy and attentiveness of the students who attended the “My Side of the Mountain” workshop at the Yew Mountain Center, I’d have to say it was a resounding...

‘It’s Your History’ ~ Signs record the past for the future

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer Like many of the trails in Pocahontas County, the West Fork Trail which begins in Durbin, is 22-miles of a reclaimed railroad trail. Where Chesapeake & Ohio Railway line trains used...