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Cass naturalist mixes history with nature

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer What makes Cass Scenic Railroad State Park so unique is its mix of history and nature. For naturalist Kailey Price, that means finding ways to combine typical state park style programs...

Cast a spell of timelessness over your cooking

Laura Dean Bennett Staff Writer With all of the cookware available these days, isn’t it interesting that cast iron cookware, which has been around for centuries, is back in style? The fact that it’s becoming popular again...

Watoga Trail Report

Ken Springer Watoga Park Foundation News regarding Delbert’s robotic trail worker project has been trickling in from various friends up in Mudwallow, Ohio, and it may not bode well for the future of Mudwallow State Park...

Commission takes no action on PMH request

Tim Walker AMR Reporter An Emergency Meeting of the Pocahontas County Commis- sion was held July 1 for the purpose of discussing “Pocahontas Memorial Hospital issues.” The notice for this meeting was sent out at 9:50...

Newly seated MTC gets down to business

Jaynell Graham Editor At the July 1 meeting of Marlinton Town Council, Mayor Sam Felton reported that the last billing cycle revealed that the town’s water system pumped two million gallons less last month due...

New Durbin mayor and council meet

Jason Bauserman Contributing Writer Mayor Mike Vance called an early special Durbin Town Council meeting for July 2.  Vance swore in council members and himself at the same time. Council members are Donald Peck, Don Jennings, Mark...

Planned Power Outage

Mon Power advises that there will be a planned outage to upgrade facilities Wednesday, July 17, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Approximately 1,560 customers will be affected in the vicinity of Buckeye, Hillsboro...

Watoga Trail Report

I can always count on my friend Delbert Dinkle up in Mudwallow, Ohio, to keep me on track regarding his opinion of the scope, albeit a narrow one in my opinion, of this dispatch....

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