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Pocahontas County Bicentennial ~ 1821-2021

Thursday, March 27, 1930 Fred Sizemore was before Squire T. S. McNeel on Monday morning and confessed to a charge of possessing moonshine whiskey and homebrew; his portion was a fine of $125 and costs,...

Pocahontas County Bicentennial ~ 1821-2021

Thursday, March 20, 1930 NATURE NOTES Last Saturday the 40 day ground hog weather period was up and the wild geese went over, going north. I calculate winter is broke. Saturday was the ideal day to...

Pocahontas County Bicentennial ~ 1821-2021

August 11, 1932 I Sundayed over at Mingo, at the home of Samuel Wood. There was a lot of talk about, and I have several good pieces in my system to write when I can get...

Pocahontas County Bicentennial ~ 1821-2021

March 6, 1930 Neal Barlow, of Warwick, is one of the big farmers and stockmen of Pocahontas County. He has been farming for over forty years, and he has made a success of it. Now...

Pocahontas County Bicentennial ~ 1821-2021

From the Archives of The Pocahontas Times February 1930 Extraordinary agitation. That is what has been demanded by the common people since time began with them. Formerly, they found it to its highest degree in the...

Pocahontas County Bicentennial ~ 1821-2021

February 1930 FREDERICK DOUGLASS Edith Knapper With the advent of February, our minds as a race, instinctively turn to one whose rise from slavery, poverty and obscurity to a place of worldwide preeminence is little less than...

Pocahontas County Bicentennial ~1821-2021

From the Archives History of the Woodrow and Laurel Creek Areas By Lloyd Woods Published June 20, 1991 I am going to write about some of the things that happened in my younger days at Woodrow and on...

Pocahontas County Bicentennial ~ 1821-2021

From the Archives February 5, 1903 NOTES BY THE WAY While Saturday afternoon, January 24th, is remembered by many at Marlinton as one of the most stormy, sombre and depressing days of the season, it is not...