A Service Dog ~ “a friend indeed”

Laura Dean Bennett Staff Writer The dog has long been called, “man's best friend.” As we learn more about how they help those with disabilities and serious ailments, that saying is proving to be truer than we...

2019 4-H and FFA Ham, Bacon and Egg Show and Sale

Thirty-six Pocahontas County 4-H and FFA members showcased their many hours of hard work Saturday night as they exhibited and sold hams, bacons and eggs from their projects in 4-H and FFA. Thirty hams,...

Watoga Trail Report

“There may have been a time when preservation was about saving an old building here and there, but those days are gone. Preservation is now in the business of saving communities and the values...

St. Pat’s Potato Feast

Thanks to the support of the community, the Huntersville Historic Tradition’s St. Patrick’s Day Potato Feast last week was a big success. Above, Homer Hunter and his “Leprechauns” entertained and a good time was...

Around the Forest

Winter at the Station New faces, a new year, and frigid temperatures Winter is a magical time on the Monongahela National Forest. The forest is quiet and covered in glistening ice and snow, and small...

Pearl S. Buck ~ topic of annual UC Builders Luncheon

Phyllis Lubin-Tyler Contributing Writer Although its been a tough winter, I am happy to share with you that the first  2019 “on the road” event was a success. The University of Charle-ston Builders Luncheon in the Erma...

Watoga Trail Report

Ken Springer Watoga Park Foundation I arrived home a few days ago from a road trip to visit my friends and Watoga volunteers Margot and Laura who have a winter home in Austin, Texas. Fortunately, I arrived...

GSC aims to impact county teacher shortages

In an effort to address the growing teacher shortage in West Virginia, Glenville State College is doing its part to fill vacancies through a “Home Grown” approach. The number of teacher vacancies in the Mountain...