Durbin Council looks for ways to save money

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer In an effort to save money and cut costs, Durbin Town Council discussed several ways to trim the fat at its regular meeting August 11. Councilmember Jeremy Bauserman suggested the town decrease the...

PCHS creating community cookbook

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer   It's been a goal for years, and now Pocahontas County High School guidance counselor Linda Beverage is finally putting together her PCHS cookbook. Beverage, with the help of Youth Health Services, is organizing...

Field of Sunshine

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer Beginning in mid-April, the field and yard leading to Kay Gillispie’s home in Green Bank radiates bright yellows, golds and whites as her collection of daffodils break through the ground to enjoy...

GBEMS students give back – one penny at a time

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer Eleven years ago, Green Bank Elementary-Middle School decided it was time to give back to a good cause. That was the beginning of the school’s annual Pennies for Patients fundraiser. Each year, students...

World War II Exhibit

Harold Crist and his family, of Arbovale, visited the Preserving Pocahontas World War II Exhibit at Sharp’s Country Store in Slaty Fork last week. Crist enlisted in the US Navy in 1943 and served...

Snowshoe Mountain Christmas unveiled

It’s that time of year again. Time to deck the halls with ribbon and garland, and decorate Christmas trees to celebrate the season. At Snowshoe Mountain Resort, Christmas cheer came alive with new decorations in...

MMS trash homework at the BOE

Cailey Moore Staff Writer At the Monday, November 16 Board of Education Local School Improvement Council meeting at Marlinton Middle School, the Marlinton Middle School Lego Robotics Team prepared a demonstration for board members using robots...

Michiganite donates to local student’s cause

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer When Veronica Setera, of Michigan, heard about the flooding in West Virginia, she wanted to offer her assistance. She just didn’t know how. She contacted her good friend, Helena Gondry, of Droop Mountain,...

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