Pocahontas County native Dolan Irvine began his career in the county as a farmer and vocational agriculture teacher at Pocahontas County High School.
A large representation of Marlinton Middle School’s staff crowded into the board of education meeting Monday night to band together for the sake of the fifth grade.
The Durbin Town Council erupted at its monthly meeting January 8 as it attempted to approval minutes from a special session.
The United States Postal Service is once again evaluating rural post offices and asking the community for help in making a tough decision – to close or not to close.
Pocahontas County High School senior Derek Hamman is one step closer to realizing his dream.
“It’s always been a want for me to go into the military,” he said. “I actually want to fly. My true dream would be to fly an Apache Helicopter.”
In a special meeting on New Year’s Eve, the Marlinton Town Council Sign Committee discussed placement of blue directional signs as part of the SMS (Specific Motorist Services) program.
Seven Green Bank Elementary-Middle School students spent a semester learning about robots and preparing for the First Lego League competition in Fairmont.
Science teacher Anne Smith received a grant from NASA which provided materials, as well as student training by Todd Ensign.
As a fundraiser for the Durbin Community Library building, all Pocahontas County libraries have copies of the winter edition of Goldenseal for sale.
With a green light from all involved, the Northern Pocahontas Community Wellness committee is ready to revamp the Green Bank Elementary-Middle School Annex for the temporary center site.
After months of consideration, Durbin Town Council made an exception to the building code ordinance at the monthly meeting December 11 to allow Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity to build three new houses on the plot of land it owns in Durbin.
Each year, the Marlinton Woman’s Club holds a dinner to honor civic and community organizations that volunteer their time to make Pocahontas County a better place. Members of 12 organizations gathered Monday night at the Pocahontas County Opera House to celebrate that service.
From humble beginnings as a one-bay garage all the way through five auto franchises and two locations, Sheets Garage in Green Bank has seen it all. After surviving the Great Depression and the 2008 Recession, despite all efforts to stay open, Sheets Garage, Inc.
At a motions hearing December 6, Senior Status Judge John L. Henning dismissed all charges against former assistant prosecuting attorney Jarrell Lee Clifton, Jr.
Sissonville writer Amber Elmore visited Pocahontas County on December 5 for the Literature Fair at Marlinton Elementary School.
As the arrival of the first half of the $300,000 Dropout Prevention Innovation Zone grant nears, Family Resource Network Executive Director Laura Young asked the board of education Monday night to transfer the funds to her organization in order to pay for the programs set in place.