Charleston, WVThe Fayette Tribune

Catholic girls, Pocahontas boys earn Region 3 track titles

The Charleston Catholic girls and Pocahontas County boys walked away with team titles in the Class A Region 3 Track and Field Championships at Woodrow Wilson High School on Wednesday, June 2. In the girls competition, Charleston Catholic had three individual winners and swept all five relays to amass 149...

The NCIS: LA Star You Never Realized Starred In Disney's Pocahontas

For any veteran actor, a wide range of roles across various media is commonplace. The legendary Linda Hunt, who has been in the business since the 1970s, is no exception. Hunt started her career on Broadway, performing in "Hamlet" in 1972. Her performance in 1982 political drama "The Year of Living Dangerously" won her an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress, and she's appeared in other beloved films such as "Popeye," Arnold Schwarzenegger comedy "Kindergarten Cop," and 1984's "Dune." Since 2009, Hunt has starred as Supervisory Special Agent Henrietta "Hetty" Lange on the enormously popular "NCIS: Los Angeles," bringing her acting talents to a whole new eager audience.
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Charleston, WVAndover Townsman

Catholic girls, Pocahontas boys earn Class A Region 3 track titles

The Charleston Catholic girls and Pocahontas County boys walked away with team titles in Wednesday’s Class A Region 3 Track and Field Championships at Woodrow Wilson High School. In the girls competition, Charleston Catholic had three individual winners and swept all five relays to amass 149 points, compared to 92...
Pocahontas, IAStorm Lake Times

No. 1-ranked Newell-Fonda shuts out Pocahontas in TLC opener

Kierra Jungers fired a one-hit shutout and Ella Larsen and Macy Sievers each had three hits to lead No. 1-ranked Newell-Fonda to a 7-0 win over Pocahontas Area in a Twin Lakes Conference game on Tuesday at Pocahontas. The Mustangs, now 7-1, scored two runs in the second inning, one in the third, one in the fourth, one in the […]
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Even 'Pocahontas' agrees with Trump! Elizabeth Warren says Donald's Facebook ban proves Big Tech is 'too powerful' and slams 'arrogant' Zuckerberg for calling his Oversight Board a 'Supreme Court'

Elizabeth Warren said Wednesday that Facebook's decision to uphold its ban on former President Donald Trump's account further exhibits Big Tech has too much power and needs to be broken up. 'I'm glad that Donald Trump is not going to be on Facebook,' the progressive senator from Massachusetts clarified to...
Pocahontas, ILilbusinessdaily.com

Q2 2020 Recap: Parolees in Pocahontas convicted of drug crimes

There were four offenders convicted of drug crimes released on parole in Pocahontas during the second quarter, according to Illinois Department of Corrections data obtained by the Illinois Business Daily. The data shows that two men and two women were among the parolees. Of the parolees sentenced for drug crimes,...
Lake City, IAStorm Lake Times

Pocahontas, Manson win Twin Lakes track crowns

Pocahontas Area ran away from the field in the Twin Lakes Conference boys track and field meet. The Indians scored 166 points, 76 more than second place Newell-Fonda to win the team title on Tuesday night in Lake City. Newell-Fonda finished second, followed by Alta-Aurelia in fifth with 69, Sioux Central eighth with 52 and Storm Lake St. Mary’s 12th […]
Pocahontas County, IAStorm Lake Times

Pocahontas grapples with century-old jail

Pocahontas County Sheriff Steve Nelson is empaneling a committee that will gather the community’s feelings on replacing the existing jail on the top floor of the Pocahontas County Courthouse, which is over 100 years old. Nelson asked the board of supervisors at a meeting last month to hire Midwest Construction Consultants to conduct a feasibility study on a new jail, […]
Iowa Statefreemanjournal.net

Iowa Master Conservationist Program to begin in Hamilton, Webster, Pocahontas and Humboldt counties

Iowa State University Extension and Outreach will offer the Iowa Master Conservationist Program starting May 18. The program will take place at different locations within Hamilton, Humboldt, Webster and Pocahontas Counties, providing participants with hands-on interaction showing the diversity of the state’s natural resources. The program teaches about Iowa’s natural ecosystems and the diversity of conservation challenges and opportunities within the region. Graduates of the course learn to make informed choices for leading and educating others to improve conservation in Iowa.
Pocahontas, ARKait 8

Parole not recommended for man convicted of killing Pocahontas officer

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KAIT) - The man accused of killing a police officer three decades ago learned the fate of his request for clemency Monday. We first reported on 62-year-old Dwight Sullinger’s request in mid-April, and Monday, the State Parole Board announced they would not recommend clemency for Sullinger. The...
Pocahontas County, WVTheInterMountain.com

TV girls, Pocahontas drop games

BLACKSVILLE — Clay-Battelle held off Tygarts Valley, 41-38, on Friday night. The Lady Bulldogs (8-6) will host Pocahontas County at 7 p.m. Tuesday in Class A, Region II, Section 2 tourney play. Alivia Ammons fired in 24 points for the Lady Cee Bees, who led 20-17 at halftime and 29-28...
Mountain Home, ARKTLO

MHHS track teams win Wellman Relays in Pocahontas

The Mountain Home High School track teams had a successful day Thursday in Pocahontas as they won the Wellman Relays. Individually for the Lady Bombers, Leah Hunt won the 3200-meter run, Emily Payne won the 800-meter run, Kamryn Mullin won the 400-meter dash, Jordan Ritenburg won the 1600-meter run and took second place in the 800-meter run, Kylee Sabella won the triple jump and finished third in the long jump and the 100-meter dash, Laurel Chafin won the 100-meter hurdles and ended third in the 300-meter hurdles, Riley Schmitz won the long jump and was tied for fourth in the 100-meter hurdles, Emma Wilber won the high jump and took fourth place in the 300-meter hurdles, Cayden Jones won the discus and ended up fifth in the shot put, Kinsey Taylor was second in the pole vault, Rylee Patterson ended up second in the 1600-meter run, Chloe Lydon finished second in the 3200-meter run, and Cate Jackson took second place in the 200-meter dash and fifth in the 100-meter dash. Also for Mountain Home, the team of Lydon, Hunt, Patterson and Payne won the 4×800-meter relay; Kendall Carter, Jackson, Sabella and Schmitz won the 4×200-meter relay; Carter, Chafin, Schmitz and Sabella wont he 4×100-meter relay; and Jackson, Mullin, Payne and Emma Martin won the 4×400-meter relay.
Tucker County, WVTheInterMountain.com

Tucker girls rally past Moorefield; Pocahontas wins

MOOREFIELD — Class A, No. 2 Tucker County rallied late to defeat Moorefield, 49-47, on Thursday. The Lady Mountain Lions (14-4) trailed 47-45 with less than a minute left before scoring four straight to end the contest. Kadie Colebank led Tucker with 11 points, 16 rebounds and four blocks. London...
Pocahontas County, WVpocahontastimes.com

Preserving Pocahontas

Ralph Coberly was 16 years old when this picture was taken at Watoga in 1938. Coberly worked for the Civilian Conservation Corps during the construction of Watoga State Park. He was born in Chapmanville, Logan County, on July 8, 1919. He married Margaret Long, of Pocahontas County, in 1941, served in the Army in World War II, and retired from the West Virginia State Tax Department. Ralph Dale Coberly died December 4, 1990 and is buried at Mountain View Cemetery in Marlinton. (Courtesy of Mary Coberly, ID: PHP002713)