With little cooperation from condemned property owners, Durbin Town Council sent letters requesting plans for their properties. At the meeting April 16, mayor Donald Peck said only one person responded.
The science students at Green Bank Elementary-Middle School got their hands dirty last week when they created a wetland habitat behind the school on National Radio Astronomy Observatory land.
The Pocahontas County Prevention Coalition will present a new program, “Don’t Mess with Meds,” to third and fourth grade students in the county.
With the cooperation of the weather Friday, three of the 12 barn quilt squares of the Pocahontas County Trail, “Patterns of the Past,” were installed near Minnehaha Springs.
Appalachian Forest Heritage Area AmeriCorps volunteer Woodie Walker was charged with several tasks, and he found a way to kill three birds with one stone by planning a large event to please everyone.
With technology becoming a larger part of the classrooms in all schools, the board of education was faced with a tough decision Monday night as it debated keeping a technology support position.
At a community meeting Saturday even-ing, Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity shared results from the resident survey and helped lead a community discussion on development of the town.
At the ripe old age of 23, Clover Lick native Ben Wilfong set out to do the unthinkable – start a farm with nothing.
Hillsboro Elementary School recently received a $1,000 grant for the Renaissance Learning STAR Enterprise program from the Plum Creek Timber Company.
Students at Green Bank Elementary-Middle School were greeted this week by a colorful trailer, emblazoned with photos of farm animals, fruits and vegetables, parked in front of their school.
Despite the short power outage, parents and teachers still gathered at Marlinton Elementary School Monday evening for the PTO meeting to enjoy a display of artwork by the students.
Pocahontas County High School graduate and Bethany College sophomore Khristian Smith will travel “across the pond” to attend school at University of Oxford in the United Kingdom for the 2013 fall semester.
Green Bank native Caroline McKean is one step closer to competing in the National ADDY Awards program after receiving a Silver ADDY Award on the local level in February.
At the annual Pocahontas County Chamber of Commerce dinner meeting Thursday, the organization honored both volunteers and businesses for the services they provide to the county.