Amy Ray returns to Mountain Stage on this week’s encore broadcast, along with her band, New York trio The Lone Bellow, progressive banjo player Alison Brown, slide guitar master and banjo champion Tony Furtado, and Nova Scotia folk group Villages. This episode was recorded at the People's Bank Theatre in Marietta, Ohio with guest host Larry Groce.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
Staff at the Monongahela National Forest are preparing to conduct prescribed burns in the area through June.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
Gov. Jim Justice has hired a former campaign staff member as his Regional Representative for West Virginia’s Eastern Panhandle counties.…Continue Reading Take Me to More News
Some small businesses in two West Virginia counties are eligible to apply for economic injury disaster loans as a result of storms last year.The U.S.…Continue Reading Take Me to More News
Folk artist James T. Rexrode was born in Pendleton County on Christmas Day 1887. Although he’d always been an amateur photographer, he didn’t start…Continue Reading Take Me to More News
On April 27, 1758, Delaware and Shawnee Indian warriors attacked Fort Upper Tract in present Pendleton County. Some accounts state that all 23 settlers in…Continue Reading Take Me to More News
If you’re out-and-about West Virginia bookstores or gift shops this Christmas, you may come across a coffee-table book set titled, Panhandle Portraits: a…Continue Reading Take Me to More News
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