I Remember…

Mirrors Mirror, mirror on the wall At what age were you the fairest of all? Perhaps the memory is captured in a photo. Proud parents snapping away with that old Kodak. Early reflections from a mirror on the wall...

The Little Festival That Could

It may have been a dreary day, but the rain didn’t cancel the Dunmore Daze parade last Saturday. The small festival, which includes a spaghetti dinner, cake walk and square dance, continued through the...

I Remember…

Laughter Rx for health. Good medicine for body and soul. A feeling of joy, with a sound that might be a light and hardy giggle, chortle, guffaw or chuckle – we all have our distinct laugh. Just...

I Remember…

School Days Remember way – or in my case – way, way back to the excitement of a new school year at the end of fun-filled summer. Although we missed the freedom of carefree summer days,...

I Remember…

County/Country Doctors I had the privilege of working with many doctors in Pocahontas County, and, although many of them have passed away, their names are still remembered and their legacy lives on. It is interesting...

I Remember…

Times change. That’s just the way it goes. Most changes are for the better, and we don’t want to go back, but we should not forget how things were years ago. Hopefully, remembering will make us...

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Recognition A recent article in The Pocahontas Times gave recognition to a deserving woman. It is refreshing to see recognition given to a “real person,” not a politician or someone in “high places.” The woman is Mary...

New members at Post 117

Commander Hugh Geiger welcomes three new members to Allegheny Post 117 at the annual spring banquet held at the Arbovale Community Center May 1. Twenty-three members were in attendance with 17 guests. Pictured, l...