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Mining, Music, and Motorcycles – My Conversation With Steve Earle

By Scott Smith / May 31, 2020

Warning: Fanboy content ahead

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Community Foundation MovesTimeline Forward For Little Swiss Fund

By Scott Smith / May 28, 2020

Deadline for applications is September 1st.

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Pocahontas Libraries Beginning a Slow Phased Reopening Process

By Tim Walker / May 27, 2020

“Additionally, our Librarians are working in our libraries to provide a virtual reference for people. This can happen over phone, email or chat and patrons can call and ask questions. The Librarians are working in shifts, so if it is at a time when the Librarian is not there, leave a message, and the Librarian will return your call”

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Questions Remain about PCHS Graduation Ceremony

By Tim Walker / May 27, 2020

School Superintendent Terrence Beam said that PCHS is deciding between two locations for a graduation ceremony later this summer for the class or 2020. The football field or indoors at the school’s gymnasium.

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Pocahontas BOE Meeting Agenda — May 26th

By Tim Walker / May 21, 2020

The May 26th Pocahontas County Board of Education meeting will start at 6 pm at the BOE Office in Buckeye, but, will be closed to the public because of the virus danger.

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County Commission to Provide Letter of Support for PMH’s Loan Application

By Tim Walker / May 20, 2020

Mary Beth Barr, the CEO of PMH, explained to the commissioners that the purpose of this loan would be to expand their existing facility, adding eleven thousand, two-hundred and seventy-five (11,275) square feet to the existing twenty-three thousand, eight hundred and twenty-four (23,824) square feet of the present facility

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Pocahontas Commission Appoints Committee to Set Guidelines for Lodging Businesses

By Tim Walker / May 17, 2020

A Special Meeting of the Pocahontas County Commission was held on Friday, May 15th to consider the appointment of a committee which would create suggested guidelines and best practices that county lodging businesses could use to safely reopen to guests.

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5-19-20 Pocahontas County Commission Meeting Agenda

By Tim Walker / May 14, 2020

The Pocahontas County Commission will hold its May 19th regular meeting starting at 5:30 p.m. at their office in the County Courthouse in Marlinton with the following agenda.

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Some Pocahontas School Service Employees Will Begin Working Again

By Tim Walker / May 14, 2020

Recognizing that it is necessary to return to a regular work schedule, those 261-day employees will return to a five day-a-week schedule beginning on June 1, 2020.

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Highland-Bath Recorder Faces An Uncertain Future Pt.2

By Scott Smith / May 13, 2020

Numerous options explored to remain in print

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