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First Market of the season

By Heather Niday / June 8, 2006

The Highland Farmers’ Market offers a local option for putting food on your table. It gives local farmers one venue to raise money off of what they raise. It sometimes doubles as an arts venue. And as Market Master Bonnie Botkin reveals, it gives shoppers a good feeling to know where their food came from.

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Highland Seniors interested in local flavors when they travel

By Heather Niday / June 2, 2006

Highland High School Seniors are away on their class trip, ready to come back refreshed for graduation. Their class advisor says they’re a unique group. And they showed it by coming up with a quirky and independent goal for experiencing the local Florida flavors on their trip.

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PCHS students talk with PCHS students

By Heather Niday / June 2, 2006

PCHS graduating seniors make a guest appearance on the PCHS radio club’s Warrior Airheads hour Saturday afternoon.

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Pocahontas County Veterans Honor Corps

By Heather Niday / June 2, 2006

Harlan Whiting has served in the Pocahontas County Veterans Honor Corps for eight years. He is currently their rifle commander. He says that of the 900 veterans in Pocahontas County, only twenty serve in the volunteer Veterans Honor Corps. But he says those who do are happy to provide their fellow veterans the honor they are due.

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American Legion Post 92

By Heather Niday / June 2, 2006

Over the past ten years, American Legion Post 92 has been losing members. Wednesday night, post members and district leaders met to discuss the post’s fate. Three Post 92 members volunteered to serve as officers to keep the post going. Nonetheless, more members and participation are needed to make it work longterm.

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Emergency Services take on Snowshoe Mountain

By Heather Niday / June 2, 2006

On winter weekends, visitors to Snowshoe Mountain Resort swell the population of Pocahontas County to twice its permanent size. County Emergency Serivces Director Melvin Martin says he always has two things on his mind: the Greenbrier River and the potential for a dangerous situation at Snowshoe. First responders, state emergency workers and the National Guard will prepare for the latter possibility during a massive field drill June 7.

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Highland teacher honored

By Heather Niday / May 31, 2006

Highland Elementary School fifth-grade teacher Melodie Motes was recognized with an award for Innovation in K-12 from the Shenandoah Valley Technology Council at James Madison University. She talks about how and why she does what she does.

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Looking for graveyards in Pocahontas County

By Heather Niday / May 24, 2006

A small group of volunteers is slowly gathering steam on a project that may never be completed within any of their lifetimes, if in fact if it is ever completed at all. They know the work will never really be finished. They expect that.

The Pocahontas County Genealogy Group has chosen to focus this year on creating an inventory of cemeteries in Pocahontas County before they disappear from memory.

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Pocahontas Health Fair

By Heather Niday / May 19, 2006

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, but a lot of people living without health-care do not get regular check-ups. Community health events, like Pocahontas Memorial Hospital’s annual health fair, offer that opportunity.

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EdLine at Pocahontas County High School

By Heather Niday / May 17, 2006

An Internet-based service launched last fall lets high school students keep up with their grades, assignments, and activities in one convenient place. And it’s keeping them motivated – because their parents can access the information, too.

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