Monthly Archives: September 2013
Bickmore, WV - Mozelle Grace Cruikshank, 84, of Bickmore, entered into rest September 21, 2013 at Montgomery Elderly Care. Born on June 20, 1929, in Clay County, she was the daughter of the late Vernon and Leslie Neal. She was a retired cook. Survivors include her daughter,...
By Allen Hamrick The 2013 Clay Golden Delicious Festival is in the books and will be remembered for a long time. It all started with some awesome festival weather on Thursday and Friday. Those who came out enjoyed some of the finest music this valley...
By Erica Kearns Despite hours of pouring rain, thirty-two antique car owners floated their way into the Golden Delicious Apple Festival car show at Bradley Field on Saturday. Amid the liquid sunshine, enthusiastic attendees chatted with friends and car show goers alike. Wading through the...
By Amber Bass Children from Clay, Big Otter, Lizemores, H.E. White Elementary Schools and Clay Middle School raised their voices this weekend to honor not only the Golden Delicious Festival but our country. Song themes were very patriotic this year. Big Otter Elementary featured Lee...
The following events happened on these dates in West Virginia history. To read more, go to e-WV: The West Virginia Encyclopedia at www.wvencyclopedia.org. Sept. 25, 1864: George Smith Patton was killed at the Battle of Winchester. Patton, a Charleston lawyer, had organized the Kanawha Riflemen,...
The American Lung Association in West Virginia is sponsoring the 2013 Respiratory Rally, a one-day conference for lung disease patients, caregivers and supporters, on Tuesday, October 29 at CAMC’s Heart Fit Center located on 3200 Chesterfield Ave. in Charleston. The rally will start at...
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