Night at the Opry

Cailey Moore Staff Writer Seats were hard to come by Saturday night as music fans flocked to the Pocahontas County Opera House for a night at the opry. “It's so wonderful to see all of you here...

Burns Motor Freight celebrates 65th anniversary

Good business partnerships often become like good friendships and that's what happened with Burns Motor Freight and Mack Trucks. The two companies have been friends for a long time. In 1949, Burns Motor Freight founder...

Guests fork over funds at Farm-to-Fork event

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer The air was crisp, and the temperature was just right at the Linwood Library Saturday as folks gathered for the fourth annual Farm-to-Fork fund-raiser for Linwood Daycare. As guests visited under the pavilion,...

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...

Marlinton Depot receives a gift from the past

The history of Marlinton has always been tied to that of the C & O Railroad. The citizens of Pocahontas County voted in 1891 to move their county seat from Huntersville to the proposed...

Clark Barnes set to become Senate Clerk

Santa's not the only one making a list this Christmas season. The State Senate District 11 Republican Executive Committee is making a list of people interested in replacing State Senator Clark Barnes. Barnes is expected...

Reigning Royalty

The 51st Miss Pocahontas pageant was held Sunday at the Pocahontas County High School auditorium. Winners are, from left: Miss Pocahontas Michaela Evans-Everette, daughter of Salania Evans; Little Miss Pocahontas Rylynn Barlow, daughter of Hunter...

Top 10 stories of 2013

As we reflect back on 2013, stories about the good, the bad and the ugly rise vie for a place among the most memorable and life-changing events reported in The Pocahontas Times during the...