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Monday, November 20, 2017

Unsung Hero

This poem was written by my mother in 1942 while her brothers and all American men and Women were serving in our Armed Services UNSUNG...

November

The month every deer hunter waits for is here as the big bucks will be on the move chasing after the does. November is...

Turner’s Tidbits

Thornton F. Hebb (1821-1911). Married Catherine Sanders in 1842. Catherine died in 1853 and Thornton then married Mary Ann Lipscomb. Thornton had a farm...

Momma Said

We had a lot of trees and branches come down this past week with our first snowfall. It was heavy in some spots and really...

Momma Said

If there are any misspelled words in this edition, you can thank Tina the Cat for all her help on the keyboard.  She has decided...

Turner’s Tidbits

This week's photo is of the demolition of the Engine House from the rail yard of the Western Maryland in Thomas. Last week's photo of...

Warm October

It has been a hot start so far for October with above average temperatures and a lack of rain.  There was a stretch of...

Momma Said

The leaves are coming down quickly and they are calling for possibly the first snow of the season.  Not what I wanted to hear, but...

Turner’s Tidbits – October 25, 2017

This week’s photo was found in some books donated to the library. It is believed that a Wilson Family donated the books. ETTA MAE HEBB...

Turner’s Tidbits – October 18, 2017

This week's photo is of Etta Mae Hebb Propst. Last week's photo was of Myrtle Baker Delaney Dye. The photo was taken when Myrtle was...

Momma Said

I don’t know how much more our poor country can take.  Texas and Florida are slowly recovering from the hurricanes and massive flooding, but Puerto...

Turner’s Tidbits – October 11, 2017

This week's photo is of an unknown lady could be related to Myrtle Dye or Dilley's. The photo of the five children have gone unknown;...

2017 Mast Survey

The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources (WVDNR) has released their findings for the 2017 Mast Survey and according to it, there’s food in...

Momma Said – October 11. 2017

Noooooooooooo!  On my way to work the other morning I passed a Department of Highways truck with a snow plow on it already.  The weather has...

Quilts are more than just pretty

Submitted by Mariwyn McClain Smith Autumn is here. Leaves are proudly showing their colors that no artist can create. Schools have re-opened, parents are looking over clothes that...

Letter to the Editor – Tucker County Historical Society

Editor, The Tucker County Historical Society is holding an open house event to showcase the Parsons Depot, a historical structure built by Senator Henry Gassaway...

Letter to the Editor – October 4, 2017

The Parsons City crew has been instrumental in removing tree stumps and replacing sidewalks on Main Street. Marshall, Bill and the team were very professional...

Turner’s Tidbits – October 4, 2017

These children are unknown but they could be the children of Alice Shoemaker?? Perhaps a reader can identify them. Last week's photo of the young...

Momma Said – October 4, 2017

Fall is here and along with it comes all the local festivals.  We have had all the county fairs, the Buckwheat Festival, Leaf Peepers and...

Fall Transition

Time sure does seem to fly by anymore and it’s hard to believe that fall is already here and September is almost over. The...