County commissioners found themselves at odds over several topics Tuesday, disagreeing about who could vote on a proposed cash advance to financially ailing Pocahontas Memorial Hospital and the first reading of the countywide dog ordinance.
Pocahontas County residents will have a new warning system in place for the county's next emergency, thanks to the sophisticated calling system, CodeRED.
If, as Shakespeare penned, ﾓall the worldﾒs a stage,ﾔ then five Pocahontas County students are going to play on a larger one shortly as they travel to ﾓPerforming the Worldﾔ in New York City.
Pocahontas SPCA secretary/treasurer Jay Miller told county commissioners Tuesday that his newly-formed organization cannot raise enough funds to operate without a larger county contribution.
Pocahontas Memorial Hospital boardﾒs agenda was a laundry list of policy issues last Tuesday and with little discussion, the board passed the policies recommended by leaders from Minnie Hamilton Health Systems.
Prosecuting Attorney Donna Price will send a complaint against Sheriff David Jonese and Magistrate Kathy Beverage to the Prosecuting Attorneyﾒs Institute for review.
Jim Ed Roush
Occupation:ﾠ Manager at The Boathouse, Shavers Lake, Snowshoe Mountain Resort
Hometown: Stony Bottom
Education:ﾠ Degree in Management, Minors in Economics, Education and History,
West Virginia State University, Charleston
The Marlinton Detachment of the West Virginia State Police had their ﾓeyes in the skyﾔ during the last two weeks, searching for marijuana via helicopter.
Faced with an appointment to the Pocahontas Public Service District Board, commissioners got a visit Tuesday from the man who began it allﾗRussell Holt, who asked for two commissioners to be removed from office.
A former county commissioner spent the night in jail after he was arrested on charges of stalking and harassing another person by use of a computer.
After county residents from three areas spoke to county commissioners last month about nuisance dogs, commissioners took steps Tuesday to draft a countywide dog ordinance.
Curtis Hively wanted to have a quiet Fourth of July celebration on his deck.
Instead, he listened to his neighborﾒs dog bark for hours. His repeated telephone calls met with an answering machine, but no answers.