At the board of education meeting at Marlinton Middle School Monday night, representatives from the four cores of math, reading/language arts, science and social studies, gave updates on the progress of each class.
The Northern Pocahontas Community Wellness committee met November 28 to discuss the organization’s temporary site for a workout center.
The organization has been in the process of refurbishing a room in the annex building at Green Bank Elementary-Middle School.
In its 100th year, Operation Santa – a United States Postal Service program – is providing Christmas gifts to thousands of children and families in the country.
The Green Bank Post Office is participating for the second time.
Author Amber Elmore, of Sissonville, grew up at Watter’s Smith Memorial State Park in West Milford where her father was the park superintendent.
Alpha Associates architect Matt Breakey presented a budget analysis and bid estimation for the Hillsboro Elementary School cafeteria project to the board of education Monday night.
With four distinctively different stores, the Green Bank Art “strip mall” has the answer for your every gift need.
Green Bank Gallery
After receiving an $8.5 million grant to expand its services, Spruce Knob Seneca Rocks Telecommunications made plans to include parts of Pocahontas County in its coverage area.
Pocahontas County Prevention Coalition representative Cheryl Jonese reported at the board of education meeting November 13 that the coalition has received a grant for a new school program.
November 11, Veterans Day, the Pocahontas County Honor Corps held a dinner at the Dunmore Community Center to honor county Veterans and their families.
Although it is impossible to ever hear a first-hand tale from a Civil War soldier, it is possible to see items these soldiers touched, owned and used while they were in battle here in Pocahontas County.
Wilma Scott Workman’s life has the makings of a country song. She was born in a “shack” at the foot of Droop Mountain, she grew up on Locust Creek, then moved to Maryland when she was 16.
Marlinton Elementary School successfully made AYP (Adequate Yearly Progress) again this year by doing well on the Westest, but principal Ron Hall knows the students can do better.
With November 6 getting closer, voters are heading to the courthouse for early voting, Pocahontas County clerk Missy Bennett said.
Durbin is home to one less empty store front with the addition of Vance’s Odd Jobs and Consignment Shop, owned by Mike and Crystal Vance.
It’s been a complaint heard by boards of education for decades – school lunches are subpar.
At the board of education meeting Monday night, board member Dr. Hanna Sizemore said she is very concerned about the feedback she has gotten from parents on the quality of school lunch.