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UCI Mountain Bike World Cup Happening Now at Snowshoe Mt. Resort

By Tim Walker / September 4, 2019

“World Cup is September 5th through the 8th, so Thursday through Sunday, and it’s going to be bringing people from around the world to Pocahontas County. We’re estimating that around ten thousand guests will be traveling to the county” said Cara Rose.

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BARC and CoBank Give $4,000 to Bath Schools

By Abby Dufour / September 4, 2019

At the September Bath County School Board Meeting, Mr. Kyser from BARC presented two checks to the school board totaling 4,000 dollars to support the STEM and renewable energy programs.

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WV AG Warns About Football Ticket Scalping

By Scott Smith / September 3, 2019

Tips to ensure purchases

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Highland County Public Library Update

By Mickey Frank Thomas / September 3, 2019

Head Librarian Tomi Herold lets listeners know what’s going on at the Highland County Public Library during the month of September 2019.

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Empowering Women through Art

By Mickey Frank Thomas / September 3, 2019

Dorothy Stephenson of Sundance Studio talks about a program to help women empower themselves through the arts.

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Pocahontas County Commission Meeting Agenda for Tuesday 9-3-19

By Tim Walker / August 29, 2019

The Pocahontas County Commission will hold its regular meeting on Tuesday, September 3rd, starting at 8:30 a.m. at the Commission Office in the Courthouse in Marlinton with the following agenda,

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Highland Senior Runs In Australian Marathon

By Scott Smith / August 28, 2019

And places 112th out of 3,000 participants

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68th Annual Highland County Fair

By Scott Smith / August 28, 2019

August 27-31st

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Oral Rabies Vaccine Pellets Being Dropped in Pocahontas County

By Tim Walker / August 28, 2019

People are warned that if they find any of these oral rabies vaccines, touching – or even worse, ingesting them – can cause serious health problems for people

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Marlinton Elementary School to Get a Bus Shelter

By Tim Walker / August 26, 2019

J.L. Clifton said that he has been collecting donations and support from local businesses and is now ready to construct a 10-foot by 16-foot bus shelter at Marlinton Elementary School to provide a dry place for the students to wait for the school buses.

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