PCHS FFA president receives State Degree

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer Pocahontas County High School senior and FFA president Kindra Carr recently received the exciting news that she will receive the FFA State Degree – the highest degree the state association awards. When rumors...

Rahall fields questions from Chamber of Commerce

The Pocahontas County Chamber of Commerce held a teleconference with Congressman Nick Rahall on Monday afternoon at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO). Rahall was unable to be present, due to bad road conditions,...

Space Race Rumpus supports Northern Pocahontas Wellness

The Green Bank Observatory hosted the sixth annual Space Race Rumpus June 9 through 11, although, this year’s event was a little bit different. “Usually, we hold this event in honor of Northern Pocahontas...

A second chance at life

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer Every decision an individual makes causes a ripple in their lives. Sometimes that ripple leads to negative consequences, while other times, it leads to positive outcomes. The decision to use drugs or to...

Dominion holds open house in Durbin

Pipeline route in county changed A busload of Dominion Resources Corporation representatives arrived in Durbin last Wednesday to conduct an open house at the Durbin Fire Department. The purpose of the open house was to...

County Commission pipeline meeting on Wednesday

The Pocahontas County Commission will hold a special meeting on Wednesday, February 11 at 5 p.m. The agenda follows: Discussion and/or Action – Letter to Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for Support or Opposition to Atlantic...

Frostmore Farm taps maple trees at Green Bank School

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer After three weeks of waiting for the sun to return, Frostmore Farm co-owner Rachel Taylor finally got the opportunity last week to tap the maple trees at Green Bank Elementary-Middle School. Taylor and...