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PCHS XC up and running and running – and running

Kevin Stitzinger Contributing Writer The Pocahontas Coun-ty Cross Country Team ran its third race of the season this past weekend. The hurricane rains held off to create ideal racing conditions Saturday that allowed each Cross Country...

Warriors fend off East Hardy Cougars

Aaron Pugh Contributing Writer Following a  loss in week three to the Pendleton County Wildcats, the Warriors regrouped and rallied to face down the East Hardy Cougars in their home opener. Winning against a 0-3 team may...

Joyful Flowers for Guild’s new location

Cyla Allison Contributing Writer   A splashy opening event with renown local watercolorist Pamela Gatens is set for Friday, July 27. Gatens approaches her work with color and a joy de vivre that is infectious, inspiring painters to...

Lady Warriors add another win

Game 7 – away vs. Herbert Hoover September 15 At half-time the Lady Warriors were ahead 1-0, and scored again in the second half for a final score of 2-0, Pocahontas. Their record is now 5 wins,...

Snowfall quiets even the quietest of nights

Cara Rose, Executive Director, Convention and Visitors Bureau When the glitter of frost blankets the fence post, like a child waits for Santa, we eagerly anticipate the first snowfall in the Alleghenies and the consequence of...

Ukelele Concert

Claire Wayne, High Rocks Vista volunteer, has started a beginners ukelele class. There are already five youngsters and two adults learning to play. They have formed a band called the High Rocks Ukelele Band...

Paul Harris honor

EUGENE SIMMONS, OF the Marlinton Rotary Club, was honored as a Paul Harris Fellow at the club’s annual dinner July 23 at Mountain Quest Inn in Frost. Simmons has been an active member of...

Lady Warriors – six games down with four wins

The Pocahontas County High School Lady Warriors Soccer team is six games into its season, with a record of four wins, two losses, and 0 ties.   Game 1 – away vs. Elkins, August 23...