The Lady Warriors won 88-19 Friday night against the Harman Panthers in their first game of the Pocahontas Classic Girl's Basketball Tournament.
The West Virginia Sports Writer's Association selected two Warrior football players to different All-State teams this week.
Warrior running back Kyler Doss was selected for First Team as running back. Doss was also selected last year.
Douglas Cooper, of Randolph County, is trying to garner support for an initiative to designate trails specifically for all-terrain vehicles on national forest property.
Last week's loss to the Wilson Flying Eagles was still fresh for the Lady Warriors but it didn't discourage them when the teams met again Tuesday night. The showdown was close throughout the entire game but the Lady Warriors managed to come out on top this time, 51-48.
Caleb Diller is son of renowned local musician Dwight Diller. Dwight has taught and played old-time music for 40 years, around the country and across the globe, according to Caleb.
Gil Willis and his wife, Mary, are visionaries in the local outdoor leisure scene.
"We're kind of recreational pioneers in a lot of ways," said Gil, owner of Elk River Inn and Restaurant at Slatyfork.
The first community Thanksgiving dinner at the Marlinton Elementary School last week was a success according to Leslie Shattuck, who organized the event.
John Snyder built his Christmas tree farm in Pocahontas County from the ground up, learning as he went.
Photographs of the Pocahontas Warriors 2011 season
Marlinton Mayor Joe Smith, military veteran and American Legion Membership Chairman, welcomed those who attended the first Veteran's Day ceremony held at Mountain View Cemetery. Smith spoke about the dedication and sacrifice of American service members.
Marlinton Elementary School students parade through Marlinton Monday to show off their Halloween costumes. Pictured is the Pocahontas County High School. The Marlinton Middle School marching band also performed during the parade.
The Warriors defeated the Webster County Highlanders 22-20 in a stirring game at home Friday night.
Pocahontas County sloshed through the snow and mud for an unlikely comeback late in the fourth quarter against Webster County.
The Pocahontas County Public Service District Board listened to input from residents during a public comment period at its regular meeting last Tuesday in Linwood.
The Warriors defeated the Highlanders 22-20 in a stirring win at home Friday night.
Pocahontas County charged through the snow and mud for an unlikely comeback late in the fourth quarter against Webster County. The victory ensures a playoff slot for the Warriors.
The Warriors defeated Man 13-7 Friday evening, bringing their season record to 6-3. The threatening Warrior offense fought for every inch against the Hillbilly defenders, employing effective rushing and short pass completions.