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December 21: Harriett K. Pyles, 79, of Fairmont, driving a 1997 Chevrolet Lumina, was traveling south on US 250 in Durbin when she lost control, traveled into the northbound lane and struck the front of the 2001 Chevrolet Silverado driven by Stephen G. Grogg, 56 of Arbovale. Comment?
The Bank of Durbin opened for business in 1905 and served the people of the upper end of Pocahontas County until the 1930s when it merged with the Bank of Marlinton. 1 comment
As a fundraiser for the Durbin Community Library building, all Pocahontas County libraries have copies of the winter edition of Goldenseal for sale. Comment?
According to Circuit Clerk Connie Carr, the following cases were heard by Judge James J. Rowe on Friday, December 7, and Judge J.C. Pomponio, Jr. Comment?
In northern Pocahontas County, there aren't many options when it comes to nightlife. Comment?
After months of consideration, Durbin Town Council made an exception to the building code ordinance at the monthly meeting December 11 to allow Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity to build three new houses on the plot of land it owns in Durbin. Comment?
Charles W. Cassell, 53, of Cass, was arrested December 8 on a charge of obstructing an officer. Comment?
Local farmer Tim Wade said he had a great season this year when it came to his potato crop, and so far he's donated 2,100 pounds of his surplus potatoes to area food pantries. Comment?
Bartow-Frank-Durbin Rescue was called to a residence in Arbovale at 4:30 a.m. for a person who had fallen. Comment?
According to Circuit Clerk Connie Carr, the following cases were heard by Judge James J. Rowe on Friday, November 16: State vs. Comment?
Thursday, November 22, 1962 From the desk of Mrs. Jane Price Sharp The Christmas lights, strung with pine and rhododendron, went up across the streets of Marlinton last weekend. Comment?
The Bank of Durbin under construction during the winter of 1904-1905. The town of Durbin, incorporated on June 20, 1906, was built on land owned by John T. McGraw and named for his brother-in-law and Grafton bank teller, Charles R. Durbin. Comment?
Representatives from three local non-profits, parents, and members of the community met last week in Marlinton to share ideas and address the issues of drop-out prevention and substance abuse in Pocahontas County schools. Comment?