Whether you're riding the river trail — on horseback or bicycle — fishing the Greenbrier, or just looking for a quiet, comfortable getaway, Country River Cabins might be a spot to consider.
The Greenbrier River Race hasn't changed much the past couple decades or so. There were a couple of years it was held in Greenbrier County, and the route has been altered once or twice, but for the most part, it's the same thrilling experience for racers every year.
The woods of Pocahontas County are full of nourishing plants, mushrooms, and herbs, and foraging for wild edibles is a bit of a local tradition.
Gibbs Kinderman and Heather Niday, representing WVMR, requested $10,000 from county commissioners in hopes of improving its emergency response capabilities.
Engineers from Waste Water Management, Inc. met with members of the Pocahontas County Public Service District last week to update them on the proposed wastewater facility project at Snowshoe. Earlier in the day, WWMI engineers Nick Josties, Rich Brannan and Dr.
Writers of all ages, walks-of-life and levels of experience met at the Hillsboro Library last weekend, part of the New Voices series. Megan Moriarty, an AmeriCorps VISTA working at High Rocks Educational Corporation, organized the workshop.
Snowshoe has sponsored informal spring break events before, but this year the resort will be hosting the first ever Ballhooter Spring Break from March 8 through 11.
Josh Bennett, of Lobelia, is involved with the Grow Appalachia program through the High Rocks Educational Corporation. He said there's a group of about eight people who want to get into beekeeping and are trying to get some hives started for this spring.
A year-long dispute between the Town of Marlinton and some local business owners regarding directional signs has come to an end.
Sign committee chairman Norris Long was recently appointed by the mayor to investigate the issue.
Josh Bennett, of Lobelia, is involved with the Grow Appalachia program through the High Rocks Educational Corporation. He said there’s a group of about eight people who want to get into beekeeping and are trying to get some hives started for this spring.
Marlinton Fire and Rescue held its annual dinner last weekend at the Marlinton Municipal Building. Firefighters and rescue workers enjoyed the meal with their families and heard a presentation from Chief Herby Barlow, honoring three retiring squad members.
Visitors at Droop Mountain Battlefield State Park had the opportunity to participate in a deer hide tanning demonstration over the weekend, part of the Knowledge Skill Share program through the Hillsboro Library Friends.
Doren Burrell, of Charleston, is a lawyer for the state of West Virginia, but in his off-time, he studies bird life all around the state. He said West Virginia is especially unique when it comes to birds and bird migration.
More and more often you hear about the negative side-effects of artificial sweeteners or high fructose corn syrup.