Composting is like a lot of things. There areﾠ different difficulty levels depending on how much effort and time you are willing to dedicate to the art of making your own soil.
Dunmore resident Fred Fromhart has learned over the years the best technique for making compost.
According to Magistrate Court records, the following individuals were either arrested or had activity in their cases.
Karen Cutlip, 21, of Marlinton, was arrested May 1 on a charge of domestic battery. Bond was set at $2,500.
In an age of do-it-yourself, itﾒs easy to overlook simple maintenance projects that can save you a lot of money in the long run.
Enticing the senses with sights, sounds and tastes, county students embraced their knowledge of the Spanish culture at the Foreign Language Festival Saturday. After judges tickled their palettes with savory and sweet Spanish cuisine, the students performed skits and poems for the crowd.
With funding and supplies for the first phase one in hand, the Durbin Library is ready for the next phase: construction.
The heavy rain Pocahontas County experienced Wednesday night filled Knapps Creek and led to high water and flooding in some areas. The West Virginia Division of Highways directed traffic on a section of Rt. 39 where the water pooled on the roadway.
Occupation: Business Manager at National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Green Bank
Hometown: Campbells Creek
Family: Daughters: Christina, 28; Danielle, 24; and Michelle, 22. Granddaughter Annalee Peyton, one-year-old
Pets: Two goats
The board of education received a lesson in reading and writing Monday night as Reading Specialist Kathy Snyder shared the outcome of her work in Pocahontas Countyﾠ schools.
Armed with a pick and a six-string acoustic guitar, Marlinton native Jake Ryder has taken his award winning picking skills to Nashville, Tennessee, a mecca for country music artists.
The professional leave of absence of Marlinton Middle School teacher Christine Campbell was again the focus of the board of education at its meeting Monday night.
Wait! Donﾒt throw that away. Youﾒd be surprised what you can make with equal parts creativity and trash. Upcycling, the new recycling, is a way to take unwanted objects and make a new usable object.
In a disposable world, where the shelf-life of most items is usually around a month, artisans at Zendik Farm have found a way to take your trash and turn it into beautiful and colorful jewelry.
Usually when a child begins musical training, whether through a private tutor or in the school band, they do so to have a hobby or in hopes of becoming a professional musician one day. For former Buckeye resident Travis Juergens, playing wasnﾒt enough.
Thanks to generous donations from around the world, J.T. Arbogast can breathe a sigh of relief. His film, Angelﾒs Perch, has received $32,005 in donations from 241 ﾓbackers.ﾔ
Dealing with the passing of a loved one is one of the hardest parts of life. Keith Kimble, owner of Kimble Funeral Home in Franklin and now in Marlinton, says his goal is to make funeral arrangements easier.