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A la Carte – new owner, same great atmosphere

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer Almost a year ago, chef David Carte decided to take a leap of faith and become owner and operator of the Fiddlehead Restaurant at Snowshoe. It was one of those perfect timing kind...

Elk River Ramblers – life, music and a day job

Convey – to cause to pass from one place or person to another. – Merriam Webster Dictionary As we travel this road of life we often come in contact with unforgettable sights, sounds and voices. Someone...

Third annual Space Race Rumpus puts cyclists to the test

It’s rumpus time again. The National Radio Astronomy Observatory is hosting the third annual Space Race Rumpus June 13 through 15 with events for cyclists of all ages. Rides of varying distances and difficulties are...

Wild Edibles Festival at Watoga State Park

Get a “taste” of Pocahontas County Free Admission for workshops and demonstrations Hosted by: Watoga State Park Friday, April 20, and Saturday, April 21 The Wild Edibles Festival will begin Friday afternoon at 3 p.m. with a guided...

Robins ~ the heralds of spring

Laura Dean Bennett Staff Writer It’s been a long, cold winter. This is the time of year that we’re all anxious for our very last snowstorm to come and go, and we’re glad for every tiny sign...

Take a trip to the past at model train display

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer Snuggled away on North Fork Loop in Green Bank, in a simple red building with black trim, is a portal to the past – specifically the 1950s, when the B&O railroad was...

Compass: Winter 2016