Fifty-Years-Ago

Thursday, February 25, 1965 The weather has been see-sawing back and forth from mild to sub-zero. Two below was reported at Tennant’s Service Station above Frost Monday morning, ten to twelve in town. This followed a brief snow squall Sunday night as the temperature fell from the 50s. M.H.S. The Junior Play, The Barretts of Wimplole Street, directed More...

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By Pocahontas Times On Wednesday, February 18th, 2015

Fifty-Years-Ago

Thursday, February 18, 1965    New Cave This fall, a cave was discovered between Cass and Durbin, and, upon completion of the exploration of its many passageways, it may well turn out to be the largest in West More...

By Pocahontas Times On Friday, February 13th, 2015

Fifty-Years-Ago

Thursday, February 11, 1965 Accidents Lewis Gay is home from the Clifton Forge Hospital where he was a patient last week. He is recuperating from some sprains and bruises received when some ensilage fell on him. Allen More...

By Pocahontas Times On Wednesday, February 4th, 2015

Fifty-Years-Ago

Thursday, February 4, 1964 Weather No doubt about it, the ground hog saw his shadow Tuesday. The winter weather got a pretty good start the past week. About six inches of dry cold snow Saturday with continued low More...

By Pocahontas Times On Thursday, January 29th, 2015

Fifty-Years-Ago

Thursday, January 28, 1965 DEER Arnold Luther Dulaney, age 15, son of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Cole Dulaney, of Buckeye, killed a five point buck December 3, 1964, weighing 150 to 175 pounds – his first deer and a More...

By Pocahontas Times On Wednesday, January 21st, 2015

Fifty-Years-Ago

Thursday, January 21, 1965 On TV Larry Whiting, formerly of Marlinton, a paratrooper, will appear on the Bob Hope Show this Friday night as a stand-in, or rather a jump-in, for one of the actors on the program. More...

By Pocahontas Times On Wednesday, January 14th, 2015

Fifty-Years-Ago

Thursday, January 14, 1965 We have our first real snow of the winter Sunday, measuring at least six inches. It covered every little branch, making the trees and hills a beauty to behold. Edward Sharp, of Clover More...