Fifty-Years-Ago

Thursday,October 29, 1964From the desk of Mrs. Jane Price Sharp When the Cass Train finished its last trip for the season Sunday, it had carried 26,058 adults and 6,980 paying children (over six), plus 3,400 at...

Fifty-Years-Ago

Thursday, October 22, 1964From the desk of Mrs. Jane Price Sharp Hillsboro High SchoolThe Juniors have selected their play, “The Blundering Herd.” The characters have been selected and work has begun.Our Hillsboro Red Devil football squad...

Fifty-Years-Ago

Thursday,October 15, 1964From the desk of Mrs. Jane Price Sharp The Department of Natural Resources announces that a ten-year-old study of the wild turkey in Eastern Greenbrier and Pocahontas counties has been completed. On October...

Fifty-Years-Ago

Thursday, October 8, 1914Extensive preparations are being made at Buckeye by the Bartholomew Sawmill Company to manufacture the McClintic timber, owned by the American Column Company. The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania has decided that the...

Fifty-Years-Ago

Thursday, October 1, 1964From the desk of Mrs. Jane Price Sharp PantherEugene Kelley, of Clover Lick, was on his way home from Green Bank with his son on Friday night, September 18, and saw a Panther...

Fifty-Years-Ago

Thursday, September 24, 1964From the desk of Mrs. Jane Price Sharp WeatherIlean Walton, who checks the Greenbrier River gauge at Buckeye for the Department of Commerce said the flow was down to 1.50 last Thursday, before the...

Fifty-Years-Ago

Thursday, September 17, 1964From the desk of Mrs. Jane Price SharpStill terribly dry. Frost Monday and Tuesday, except where there was fog. 34 in town Tuesday.Teddy Moore, III, raised 13 hills of Kennebec potatoes out Onoto...

 Thursday, September 10, 1964From the desk of Mrs. Jane Price SharpTrappingFive trappers are now at work in Pocahontas County in a Federal-State trapping program for rabies control. They are Ray Hefner, Clyde Campbell, Edgar Cales, Paul...

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