Compass – Winter 2018

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‘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...

Dunmore – a gem among logging towns

Nestled among the logging towns of Cass, Sitlington and Raywood, Dunmore was a booming little town with its own economy, including farms, stores and schools. The original settlement was founded between 1740 and 1750 by...

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...

Cass Company houses offer a cozy and historic stay

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer In 1901, Cass was founded as a company town by the West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company when it began harvesting the timber from the forests in the nearby mountains. The town included...

Magistrate Court

According to Magistrate Court records, the following individuals were either arrested or had activity in their cases. Jesse Lee Blake, age unavailable, of Marlinton appeared in court May 10 on a charge of breaking and...

Whatever you need – it’s at the Linwood Emporium

A funny thing happened when Snowshoe residents David and Jo Debra Gandee decided it was time to clean out their garage to make a new apartment. They were left with a bunch of “stuff”...

Old Spruce Brewing opening this spring

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer When Lawrence Walkup came to Snowshoe Mountain Resort as Food and Beverage Director 15 years ago, he didn’t necessarily intend to open his own brewery, but this spring, he will unveil his new business...

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