Take a break from the chaos at Barnett Cabins

Jaynell Graham Editor In 1902, Preston S. Warn, of Myersdale, Pennsylvania, acquired 4,800 acres of timber land on the headwaters of the Cranberry River and on Hills and Bruffey creeks in Pocahontas County. Through other purchases,...

Warrior boys soccer ends season with 11-4-2 record

Teresa Kloeker Contributing Writer The Pocahontas County High School Warriors boys soccer team traveled to Petersburg October 1 and came home with a 5-0 win. Junior Kolton Alderman led the scoring with two goals. Sophomores Tony...

Open House at historic Fort Warwick

If you have a family connection to militia members who may have served at Fort Warwick between 1774 and 1783, if you are a history buff or if you are just curious, you are...

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...

There ain’t no “G” in Marlinton

                THERE AIN'T NO "G" IN MARLINTON By Andrew Price, first mayor of Marlinton 1871 - 1930 A smart and stylish man was he, He had a college-bought degree, He wished to buy some timber land, And so he took his...