Memorial Day observed in county
Chamber considers major cuts to budget
Court filing suggests money as motive in Collins’ murder case
Old courthouse gets new flags
Hospital to receive $500k in grant money
Council appoints Joe Grider as interim city attorney


Chamber considers major cuts to budget

POCAHONTAS – The Randolph County Chamber of Commerce discussed numerous cuts to the 2020 budget during their regular monthly meeting Thursday due to the lack of funds coming in during COVID-19.

POCAHONTAS – Following the 4-2 approval at the last council meeting of the swapping out of a Cityowned building with GNC Industries for their planned expansion, Mayor Keith Sutton vetoed the trade,


Many people observed Memorial Day in their own way by flying the flag at their homes, visiting cemeteries or just family get-togethers at the lake or backyard barbecues.


(From files May 18, 2000)

Getting a criminal record sealed is possible and encouraged

Over the years I have run into a lot of people that seem unaware and uninformed that they can get their criminal records sealed. Here’s how it works.


Tournament proceeds go to cancer patients

The Pocahontas Adult League and Modern Woodmen of American sponsored a Benefit Basketball Tournament for 2 cancer patients—-Lily Godsey and Devin James.

Former Maynard Tiger standout named Head Lady Pioneer basketball coach at Crowley’s Ridge College

Crowley’s Ridge College and Pioneer Athletics announced the hiring of a new head coach and new assistant coach.

POCAHONTAS – All city recreational facilities will remain closed to the public through April 30, Pocahontas Mayor Keith Sutton said Monday. The situation will be reevaluated at that time.

The Star Herald


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