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Marlinton Treasurer Found Guilty

By Heather Niday / June 18, 2007

Prosecuting Attorney Walt Weiford details the conviction.

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Skateboarders get a place of their own

By Heather Niday / April 13, 2007

Hard work has paid off for a group of northern Pocahontas County teenagers who now have their very own skateboard park.

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Worms in the Garden

By Heather Niday / April 13, 2007

Summertime, and the living’s… wormy? Gardeners learned a slippery technique… well, a wriggly technique, for improving their gardens, at a workshop in Vermiculture at the Bloomin’ Bear Farm in Fayette County, WV, Thursday.

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Pocahontas Woods striving for sustainability

By Heather Niday / April 13, 2007

Pocahontas Woods, the wood-working education program, is searching for a way to become self-sustaining. That’s been an ongoing process, but the impending loss of a steady revenue stream has stepped up the urgency. Cooperation with a local community college could be part of the answer.

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Walking across America

By Heather Niday / April 13, 2007

There’s something about the idea of a man walking all the way across the country that makes people feel generous.

And makes people want to talk with him.

The question, Why are you doing this? comes to mind.

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Highland kids learn Aikido

By Heather Niday / April 9, 2007

If someone suggested that you let your child learn martial arts, would you cringe at the idea, imagining brothers and sisters karate shopping each other at the dinner table? Fear not. A class in Highland County that has been taught for the past eight years is helping some young children learn to play together.

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Greenbrier river flood

By Heather Niday / March 2, 2007

The water was as high as it’s been since January 2003, but not nearly as high, or as brutal, as the last big flood that hit Pocahontas County, in January 1996. That year, melting snow in the mountains combined with warm temperatures to wreak havoc on those who lived along the Greenbrier River. This time, the conditions were similar, and many feared a repeat performance.

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Ice Storm

By Heather Niday / February 16, 2007

Some people found their cars Wednesday morning encased in ice. Ice fell throughout the region Tuesday evening, heavier in some places than in others.

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PCHS sports running out of money

By Heather Niday / February 16, 2007

The school system often feels the pinch of budget shortfalls, but one place those constraints are readily apparent to students, and many in the community, is in sports.

Some sports make money, and some don’t, but whatever sport your child plays is likely the most important one in your eyes. Pocahontas County High School Principal Tom Sanders told the Board of Education at their Monday night meeting that the athletic program at the high school is in financial trouble.

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It’s cold outside!

By Heather Niday / February 2, 2007

Winter is finally here, with freezing cold temperatures in the Allegheny Highlands over the weekend. In fact, it’s about 25 degrees below normal, for this time of year. We talk with Bartow Weatherman, Jason Bauserman, who observes and tracks changes in the weather.

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