The Lady Warriors continued their six game winning streak Tuesday night by overwhelming Tygarts Valley, 74-31. The Lady Bulldogs only managed to score five points in the entire first quarter, while the Lady Warriors racked up 23.
Two band members from the Pocahontas County Yacht Club played a free acoustic set to a packed crowd in Marlinton December 30 at the Dirt Bean Ohana Cafe. The event was the first show singer and guitarist Mark Egan and bassist Phil Whiteis have played at the Bean.
The local music scene has a new venue at the base of Snowshoe mountain, The Fiddlehead opened in late December of last year.
The Public Service District held three meetings in the last week in its most recent efforts to build a wastewater treatment facility at Snowshoe. The project has been in the works and in the news for a decade.
Throughout the season the Lady Warriors have been winning on the court by large margins, but last night's win is almost unbelievable. The Lady Warriors beat out East Hardy 102-29.
The Warriors whipped the Wildcats at home Wednesday night leaving their season record at 2-2.
The Warriors played aggressively throughout the game but it was after halftime that they really started to heat up.
Cadets educated at the United States Military Academy at West Point have gone on to serve their country with honor and distinction as U.S. Army officers since its founding in 1802. An unofficial motto at the school is "much of the history we teach was made by people we taught."
The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection and Public Service Commission issued a negative review of the Pocahontas Public Service District's facility plan, citing more than 60 deficiencies and instances of non-compliance.
The Marlinton Middle School Copperheads have a reason to be excited this week; City National Bank in Marlinton made a $1,000 donation to the school on Monday.
Participants from as far back as 2008 were invited to the first ever GED/SPOKES program graduation last week at the Opera House in Marlinton.
The Pocahontas Public Service District will hold a special meeting next month but PSD board member David Litsey called for a public work session Saturday to "get out information in an informal setting."
A parking ordinance committee appointed by Mayor Joe Smith met for a special session at the Marlinton Municipal Building on Monday.
Sergeant M.K. Summers, of the West Virginia State Police Crimes Against Children Unit, has been visiting area schools to talk with students about Internet safety.ﾠ Last week Summers visited sixthﾠ graders at the Marlinton Middle School.