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Energy Express ‘gets things done’

Marlinton Elementary School was booming with excitement this summer as AmeriCorps members brought Energy Express to the community. The six-week program focused on reading, writing, noncompetitive recreation, art, drama and nutrition. Themes for each...

Superintendent ready for a new year

Board office to host open house Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer With a short summer vacation behind him, Pocahontas County Schools Superintendent Terrence Beam is looking forward to the new year and excited about what is to come...

Students compete in county Science Fair

The Pocahontas County Schools Science Fair was held December 12 at the Green Bank Observatory. Students in grades three through 12 presented projects in the categories of engineering, life sciences and physical science. And the...

PCHS FFA first in Horse Judging

Four members of the Pocahontas County FFA Chapter traveled to Potomac State College in Keyser Saturday to compete in the State Horse Judging Contest.  The PCHS team placed first, which earned them a trip...

MMS hosts NJHS induction ceremony

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer By the glow of five candles – representing scholarship, service, leadership, character and citizenship – the Marlinton Middle School National Junior Honor Society inducted 10 new members last Wednesday evening in a...

Class of 2019’s path paved with awards, scholarships

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer The Pocahontas County High School Class of 2019 filed into the gymnasium last Thursday evening to receive honors at the annual Senior Awards Night event. Local donors, state colleges and universities presented awards...

Learning the way of service

Students in the Animal Science class at Pocahontas County High School recently learned about the role of service dogs, and how they support individuals in our county.  The students received instruction in the difference...

GBEMS Student Council winners

By Ashley Bussard Student Reporting and Yearbook Class   Last week, six students were elected to be a part of Student Council at Green Bank Elementary/Middle School for the 2018 – 2019 school year.  Students who ran for president...

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