Hiking the hills of Pocahontas County

Laura Dean Bennett Staff Writer As autumn paints our mountain vistas with the colors of fall, Pocahontas County visitors, and residents alike, will have no trouble finding adventures aplen-ty as they mosey along the highways and...

Compass – Fall 2019

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A Valentine from Watoga State Park

Ken Springer Watoga Park Foundation The Honeymoon Cabin Judy was born and raised in Ashtabula, Ohio. She was the first generation of her Finnish immigrant family to be born in the U.S., and she remembers an aunt...

Spring into Spring at Watoga State Park

Laura Dean Bennett Staff Writer After a long winter, it’s finally time for Pocahontas Coun-ty’s hills, valleys, forests and rivers to come alive with the sounds and sights of spring. In anticipation of the changing season, Cranberry...

Minnehaha – the hospitality place

Pocahontas County has always had the distinction of being a place of hospitality, and that distinction may have found its beginning at Minnehaha. Minnehaha Springs, located north of Marlinton on Rt. 39 is a pastoral...

Compass – Summer 2019

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Get an out-of-this-world meal at Starlight Café

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer It may look like a small snack bar nestled in the corner of the Green Bank Observatory Science Center, but the Starlight Café has much more to offer than just snacks. With lunch...

Compass: Winter 2016

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