Sherbs celebrates 101 years

Jaynell Graham Editor “I’m not going to get old,” 101 year old Hazel Sherbs said, with a twinkle in her eye. And, indeed, when it comes down to enjoying life, she is not old at all. As...

Galford’s Body Shop suffers loss to fire

Despite the best efforts of five Pocahontas County fire departments – Bartow-Frank-Durbin, Cass, Frost, Marlinton and Shavers Fork – Galford’s Body Shop across from the Cass intersection was lost to fire last weekend. Firefighters responded...

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...

Lucy’s Grocery and Moore Opening Thursday, July 11

After months of renovations and upgrades, downtown Marlinton once again has a grocery store. Located in the former FasChek building, Lucy’s Grocery and Moore will open Thursday, July 11, at 8 a.m. The shelves...

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...

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 adventure begins

It was a bittersweet day at Point of View Farm last Thursday, especially for wildlife rehabilitator Joel Rosenthal, right, because it was the day nine-year-old black bear Rose took her cubs – Brier and Thorn...

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