POCAHONTAS—A learning program adopted by Pocahontas Public Schools five years ago is proving itself very effective to local students as results are increasingly coming on a positive scale. “Connections OG
POCAHONTAS—The Pocahontas City Council budget committee met Thursday, Oct. 17, at City Hall where they discussed concern over the recent $25 fee increase to house inmates at the Randolph County
A celebration of the 100th anniversary of the building that is now the Eddie Mae Herron Center/Museum (EMHC) was held Oct. 18 with an afternoon of music, food, a somber
The public is invited to join in a 100th Birthday Celebration of the building housing the Eddie Mae Herron Center/ Museum at 1708 Archer Street in Pocahontas.
These young people were into the spirt of things at Davidsonville Historic State Park Ghost Walks on Saturday, Oct. 12. The event was well attended with hundreds of people taking advantage of the beautiful weather to enjoy the exhibits, concessions, movie, games, pumpkin painting and the highlight, the Haunted Hayride. From left are, Sadie Roberts, dressed as a witch, Lola Goff as Harry Potter and Lillian Arceneaux in a red cape.