Arts Council honors PCHS top artists

The Pocahontas County Arts Council presented awards to three top art students at Pocahontas County High School last week in recognition of their talents. PCAC president Cynthia Gurreri honored Dylan Workman, Grace Schebek and Laura...

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...

Local students compete in 4-H/FFA Horse Judging

Pocahontas County sent two teams to Potomac State College in Keyser Saturday to compete in the State 4-H and FFA Horse Judging Competition. ...

Jake Faris to attend GHA

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer Pocahontas County High School junior Jake Faris will broaden his horizons this summer at the Governor’s Honors Academy at West Virginia University. The three-week camp will give Faris an opportunity to experience college-level...

Senate Pages

Four seventh grade students from Marlinton Middle School served as Pages for Senator Greg Boso. The students traveled to Charleston March 9 and spent the day at the Senate. From l to r: Rachel Burns,...

A reading connection

Students in Kelli Tallman’s fifth grade class at Green Bank Elementary-Middle School recently participated in a fun book report activity. “All of the kids had to choose either a biography or an autobiography,” Tallman said....

HES Students of the Month

Hillsboro Elementary School recognized its Students of the Month for March. They are Hayden Walker, fifth grade; Alexis Arbogast, second grade; Kevin Streets, first grade; Bailey Peters, kindergarten; Mya Workman, fourth grade; and Silas...

GBEMS girls try their hand at engineering

Students from Green Bank Elementary-Middle School had an opportunity to attend “Intro- duce a Girl to Engineering Day 2017” at the Advanced Technology Center in Fairmont. Attending the March 29 event were: Shyann Barb,...