Steve Fesenmaeir writes \"B.J. Gudmundsson is directing a new film about Cal Price, the founder of the Pocahontas County Times. This paper was the last hand-set paper in the country. Cal Price was known world-wide for his environmentalist work, showing the people of his county and the world how important preserving the environment was more than 50 years ago. The name of the new film is \"30 - Cal Price and the Pocahontas County Times\". It\'s main sponsor is the Pocahontas County Free Libraries System. Pocahontas County is the highest county east of the Mississippi and home to the first radio telescope, The Green Bank Radio Telescope. Anyone who is interested in the history of journalism in America should support the creation of this film.