A car or a truck is a just a machine that takes us from one place to another. But oh.... how we love our cars!
U.S. Representative Shelley Moore Capito, who represents West Virginia's 2nd Congressional district, was the guest speaker at the Pocahontas County Republicans' May Day Dinner at Pocahontas County High School on May 3. Capito is running for the U.S.
During its meeting Tuesday morning, the Pocahontas County Commission donated $68,350 to a variety of non-profit organizations.
The Pocahontas County Veterans Honor Corps is seeking military vets to help with a variety of patriotic duties. Most important of those duties is military rites at veterans' funerals.
Mountainview Cemetery manager Kenneth Faulknier told Marlinton Council Monday night that the cemetery roads are in desperate need of paving.
Conventional sports wisdom says it's more important to peak for the playoffs than to have an impressive regular season record. The 6-10 Pocahontas Warriors hope that's true as they start their sectional playoff series against the 16-10 Wildcats of Pendleton County.
A new thrift store – Burton's Bargains – opened in Hillsboro on Wednesday. Proprietor Jim Burton was happy with how things were going.
On Saturday, nearly 500 participants ran, biked, and paddled in the 27th Annual Greenbrier River Race. Almost every year since its inception, the event has attracted a larger field of competitors from all parts of the country. This year's event, with 496 registered racers, was the largest ever.
January 1943 - just a little more than a year after the attack on Pearl Harbor. There was still a lot of war to be fought - a brutal Pacific war against fanatical Japanese and a deadly European war against the mighty panzer armies of the Nazis.
Most Pocahontas County residents are fortunate to have Internet download speed of one megabit per second (Mbps) - the same as it's been for about the last five years.
Following the PCHS Warriors' 16-3 demolition of Richwood on April 15, junior infielder/catcher Wes Felton said it was a "turnaround game" for the Warriors. It turns out Felton was right.
Businesses have a vested interest in keeping workers healthy, productive and happy, while cutting health care and insurance costs. During its monthly meeting, the Pocahontas Memorial Hospital board of directors decided to implement an incentive program to achieve that goal.
On April 18, the Pocahontas County Grand Jury indicted former county commissioner Norman L. Alderman on one felony count of unauthorized possession of computer data, and one misdemeanor count of failure to comply with a final personal safety order.
On April 18, the Pocahontas County grand jury indicted former Pocahontas County Sheriff's Department lieutenant Bradley Totten with seven sex crimes, involving four different female victims and occurring over a period of 15 years.
On Friday morning, Pocahontas County Circuit Court Judge James Rowe sentenced former Durbin resident Charles Edward Stull to the maximum of 15 years in prison for the June 2010 shooting death of Durbin resident Jesse Bennett. The judge's sentencing options ranged from three to 15 years.