Fort Warwick dig ~ a multi-generational thing

Brandon Nottingham Staff Writer Most people travel to museums or galleries to find pieces of history, but Bob Sheets just digs up a little dirt in his back yard. Sheets, landowner of Fort Warwick, has been...

Graduating Class of 2017

Row 1 Kyle Lester*, Kevin Thompson*, Brady Jones*, Allie Burns*, Carlie Ervine*, Kayla Gibson*, Kourtney Cohenour*, Savanna Davis* and Drake Warder* Row 2 Wyatt Workman, JoDee Friel*, Ryan Irvine*, Lyndsay Hartzell*, Mary Kelley*, Tessa Jordan*, Trevor Jordan*...

PMH designated as Level IV Trauma Center

Jaynell Graham Editor   The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources, Bureau for Public Health and Office of Emergency Medical Services recently notified Pocahontas Memorial Hospital that it had successfully complied with all medical criteria...

Dominion, LEPC and first responders meet

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer Dominion Energy representatives and others involved in the planning and construction of the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline met with first responders and members of the Pocahontas County Local Emergency Planning Committee last...

Students walk the path of the past at Huntersville

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer A Pocahontas County school bus turned into a time machine as fifth grade students from Marlinton Elementary School traveled from 2017 to the 1800s last Friday during a field trip to the...

Students and staff honored at Super Scholars ceremony

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer It was an evening to celebrate education and educators at the annual Pocahontas County Schools Super Scholars ceremony Monday evening at Pocahontas County High School. Students in grades three through 12 were recognized...

New silos go up in Hillsboro

Brandon Nottingham Staff Writer People traveling south of Hillsboro on Rt. 219 may have noticed something growing on Eugene Simmons’ farm of late. No, those giant blue tubes aren’t some sort of new plant, they are...