Yeager House ~ Steeped in history

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer Looking for a one-of-a-kind vacation ren- tal with a historical foundation? Look no further than the Yeager House in Bartow. Located on the Camp Bartow Civil War Battlefield, the Yeager House is located...

Areas of special interest

Roy B. Clarkson History of Pocahontas County – 1981 CRANBERRY GLADES Sphagnum bogs, of varying size, are found scattered throughout the higher mountains of Pocahontas County. By far, the largest of these bogs is the area known...

‘Fall’ in love with Pocahontas County

Chelsea Walker CVB Marketing Specialist Visit Pocahontas County in any season and you’ll be blown away by its mountainous vistas, endless outdoor recreation and family-friendly events – but there is something specifically unique and special about...

Opera House fall season brings wide variety of entertainment

After a summer of traditional music, the Pocahontas County Opera House stage will serve up an eclectic mix of artists from Americana roots to the high mountains of South America, with a ghostly mystery...

8 Rivers Fly Rods inspired by Pocahontas County

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer When 8 Rivers Fly Rod Company president Matt Holtsclaw was a young boy growing up in Charleston, his family vacationed in Pocahontas County, where he made some of his best memories fishing...

Nola’s House ~ a sentimental business

Jaynell Graham Editor   Nearly every school, home and corner in Marlinton holds memories for the people who were raised here. One such home is on 10th Avenue. It was built for Robert and Alta Rose in 1903...

Locust Hill adds outdoor venue

Brandon Nottingham Staff Writer You just never know what you’re going to find at Locust Hill Inn, Cabin, Pub and Restaurant. Owners Dave and Paula Zorn are constantly changing and expanding to meet the needs of...