When “Angel’s Perch” producers J.T. Arbogast and Kim Dilts were faced with the decision as to where to premiere the Cass-based film, the choice was easy – West Virginia.
Greenbrier Valley United Methodist Church District Superintendent Mark Flynn will speak at the annual Memorial Day service at Arbovale United Methodist Church, Sunday, May 26.
A combination of miscommunication and a bicycle accident led to the abrupt adjournment of the Durbin Town Council meeting May 14.
Council discussed an issue with Almost Heaven Habitat Humanity Special Project Manager Evan Zuverink regarding usage of the bunk-house.
Seed saving expert Paul Blundell, of Southern Exposure Seed Exchange in Mineral, Virginia, led a workshop on the easy steps of saving seeds Sunday afternoon at Pearl S. Buck Birthplace.
With the rain pouring down early Saturday morning, Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity had to switch to plan B for the Women Build Day event in Durbin.
The 81st legislative session saw hundreds of bills introduced for the House of Delegates and Senate to consider making into law. The majority of the bills focused on the education system in West Virginia.
The efforts of students at Green Bank Elementary-Middle School were celebrated at the annual Academic Achievement Breakfast Wednesday.
Students were joined by their parents and grandparents at the breakfast and received certificates for their achievements from principal Ricky Sharp.
Superintendent of Schools C.C. Lester started the Super Scholars program three years ago to recognize county students for their continued academic achievements.
After 33 years as an educator in Pocahontas County, Dunmore resident Charles Young didn’t put his educating skills on the shelf – he took them on the road.
Two prominent members of Pocahontas County’s artist community were recently selected as new members of Tamarack in Beckley. Blacksmith Woody Harman, of Hillsboro and photographer Thomas Clevenger, of Snowshoe, have joined the ranks of the best artists in the state.
While he was an AmeriCorps volunteer at Pearl S. Buck Birthplace, Michael Toler, now of Boston, Massachusetts, kept a blog about the Birthplace and a collection of photos on Instagram.
Clover Lick resident Angie Wilfong has been crocheting accessories for humans for years, but she was recently contacted by the creators of Cabbage Patch Kids to create booties for a new line of dolls.
Most students aren’t usually encouraged to drive a vehicle while intoxicated or texting on their cellphones, but the Arrive Alive Tour does just that – to an extent.
Deer Creek Supply and Moore’s Ready Mix has expanded to become a community hardware store and home improvement mecca.
Along with cement mixer trucks, gravel, sand and lumber, a small hardware store is now stocked with everything needed for improvements.
Ever since I did research on upcycling projects for last year’s Go Green section, I’ve become obsessed with doing crafts that take recycling to a whole new level.