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...

FFA members place in regional competition

Pocahontas County High School FFA members Noah Barkley, Mathias Solliday and Robert Ryder competed in the Southeast Regional Tractor Driving Competition November 9 at Greenbrier East High School.  The students had to maneuver a...

MES students work together for a better education

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer At the Pocahontas County Board of Education Local School Improvement Council meeting Monday afternoon at Marlinton Elementary School, students shared information about the progress they have made in the school year, as...

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...

PCHS students participate in WV Reads 150

As a way to celebrate West Virginia’s 150th birthday, students at Pocahontas County High School entered a friendly reading challenge. Three teams competed to see which could read at least 150 books in 2013. Boothe’s...

Two PCHS sophomores selected for HOBY

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer   Each year, sophomores from all across West Virginia are selected to participate in HOBY – the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership camp. This year Noah Barkley, of Boyer, and Kyle Cohenour, of Frank,...

FFA wins Soils Judging Competition

Pocahontas County High School FFA members won the Southeastern Regional Soils Judging Competition April 28.  The competition was hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Simmons, of Hillsboro.  Students had to evaluate land class factors...

MES students get a hop on spring

Roseanne Zeni’s kindergarten class from Marlinton Elementary School enjoys the annual spring event of learning about bunnies and holding and petting them. This hands-on activity is presented to all classes, preschool through fifth grade, courtesy...