Eleven former and current employees of Cass Scenic Railroad State Park were indicted last week for alleged crimes related to the larceny of scrap steel from the park.Read More
Hear an interview with barber Vickie Croston, who shut down her shop in Marlinton to move to Cass to carry on the legacy of Lyle “Lefty” Meeks, who cut hair in Cass for more than 60 years.Read More
John Smith, owner of the West Virginia Central Railroad, says the project could pump $50 million into the regional economy every year.Read More
Who decided it was the “End of the line for Brakeman Tom Hanson”? You’ll have to ride the Cass Murder Mystery train to find out.Read More
A privately owned tiger got loose from it’s home in Cass, and after being on the run for several hours, was shot by the ownerRead More
At our fall fundraiser this coming week, we’ll be talking with people about how they Make Do In The Mountains. What do people do to go that extra mile that makes living in a rural area possible – and worthwhile.
One way people tend to Make Do around here is to pitch in and organize when somebody could use a helping hand.
The Cass Fire Department is pitching in this Sunday to help one of their members who has some unexpected medical bills.Read More