Marlinton Mayor’s Corner

My last recorded fog in February was on the 20th. An old farmer’s observation equates the same day to a frost in May. Since we had frost on Monday morning, I hope this is...

Marlinton Mayor’s Corner

Before we get too far into May, I thought this week I would share some of the Mayor’s April’s activity:The Planning Commission put finishing touches to completion of its comprehensive plan at an Open...

Marlinton Mayor’s Corner

Last week’s update on clean-up activities should have included recognition of Glenn Galloway and his Day Report crew. They helped paint the swing-set and fencing at the First Avenue Mini-park. This mostly volunteer effort...

Marlinton Mayor’s Corner

Marlinton Rotary Club members, Roger Trusler, Joe Smith, Linda Simmons, Kenny Woods, Brett Withers, Susan Wilkens, Ashley and Kendall Beverage, cleaned and painted at the gazebo area and First Avenue Mini-Park. Their work is...

Marlinton Mayor’s Corner

The worst part about being a Papaw is that I only remember one thing at a time.April 4 was the fifth Annual Mayor and County Recognition Day for National and Community Service. I may...

Marlinton Mayor’s Corner

Plans are progressing for the town’s 2017 Spring Cleaning.The town’s Haul-Away period will be extended an extra week.This special cleanup will begin Saturday, April 8, with the Free Tire Collection Day at...

Marlinton Mayor’s Corner

The house fire on Second Avenue Monday evening changed this week’s Mayor’s Corner.Fire danger should remind all of us of the importance of taking all precautions against the threat of a house fire....