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Pocahontas County High School Graduating Class of 2018

Row 1 – Charles Hunter Wilfong – H N C, Cora Hedrick – H N C, Katie Gibson – H N, Jacob Hise – V N, Laura Leyzorek – S N, Marley Brust – H N,...

CVB holds annual partners luncheon

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer At the annual Pocahontas County Convention and Visitors Bureau partners luncheon, individuals and businesses celebrated another successful year of providing a one-of-a-kind unique experience to visitors of Pocahontas County. CVB executive director Cara...

Love, laughter and legacy

Jaynell Graham Editor   The sun shone bright on this year’s Little Levels Heritage Fair, and particularly on Sunday afternoon. The sky was blue as blue could be, with just a few white puffs of clouds, as...

The Levels Depot sets up at Taylor’s

Laura Dean Bennett Staff Writer Ever since it was announced that Bob and Ruth Taylor would be retiring and selling Taylor’s Grocery, the entire county has wondered what would become of the Rt. 219 fixture which...

Earning green thumbs at the Cass Community Garden

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer ’Tis the season to be growing, and a new group of gardeners are earning their green thumbs at the Cass Community Garden at The Burner Homeplace. With the help of Grow Appalachia garden...

Preliminary Results ~ Pocahontas County Primary Election

Results from early voting, absentee ballots and all 15 precincts. U.S. SENATOR (Vote For Not More Than 1) EVAN JENKINS . . . . . . . . ...

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...

What’s on that vacant lot?

Jaynell Graham Editor If things go according to plan, the vacant lot adjacent to the Pocahontas County Opera House will be vacant no more. A committee appointed by the Marlinton Town Council took on the blank slate...