Tariff resident Renee Carper enjoys performing at horse shows with "Beauty on Duty", her Tennessee Walking Horse. Her quarterhorse "Penny" (brown horse shown in background) is a retired trail horse that worked at Bob Evans Farm.

Tariff resident Renee Carper enjoys performing at horse shows with “Beauty on Duty”, her Tennessee Walking Horse. Her quarterhorse “Penny” (brown horse shown in background) is a retired trail horse that worked at Bob Evans Farm.

TARIFF

GPS: 38.668, -81.298
ELEVATION: 820 Feet

Tariff is a scenic community with creek bottom farms and rolling hills located on County Route 60. Its post office, which closed in 1997, was run for 27 years by Marva Sutton. “Tariff was a bigger place with a school a few years ago,” said Ms. Sutton. “I like living here and enjoy my neighbors.”

Renee Carper moved to Tariff from New Jersey in 1977. “I love it here,” she said. “I can afford lots of land with low taxes. I have horses, cows, chickens, dogs, and cats. And the people are friendly. If you need help, you’ll have it.”

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 Retired Postmaster Marva Sutton enjoys sitting on her porch with her kitten "Michelle".

Retired Postmaster Marva Sutton enjoys sitting on her porch with her kitten “Michelle”.

 Sycamore Fork runs alongside County Route 60 through most of Tariff.

Sycamore Fork runs alongside County Route 60 through most of Tariff.

 Homes in Tariff, West Virginia

Homes in Tariff, West Virginia

 Homes in Tariff, West Virginia

Homes in Tariff, West Virginia