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Harry Enoch, Sun columnist and local historian, has prepared a series of articles from his upcoming book about one of the area’s most important pioneers, Capt. Billy Bush. Dunmore’s War, 1774 In April 1774, open hostilities broke out on the...
BOYLE Deeds filed recently in the office of Boyle County Clerk Trille Bottom include: Mattie Weldon to Jerry A. Weldon Sr. and Roxanne G. Weldon, 1.91 acres on White Oak Road, $35,000. Thomas E. and Bettye M. Hartlage to James M. and Melynda M....
May 26, 1962 Charles R. Gatson, 2 Ratliff Court, a recent graduate of the Kentucky School of Embalming, Louisville, has accepted a position with the Scobee Funeral Home. Gatson attended public schools here and was graduated from Greenbrier Military...
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Hart Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution of Winchester partnered with the Gov. Isaac Shelby Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution from Shelbyville to dedicate a new grave marker for Revolutionary War patriot Capt. Thomas Wright on Oct....
Dr. and Mrs. Stephen S. Taylor were united in marriage at the Pennsboro Church of Christ in Pennsboro, W.Va., on June 17, 1961, with Mr. Max King officiating. They will celebrate 50 years of marriage at a dinner party at the Greenbrier Resort hosted by...
Greenbrier State Park welcomes families to join its summer Junior Ranger Program. Those ages 5 to 12 will explore the park, discover nature and learn about the great outdoors with the guidance of rangers. Participants are grouped by age: Park Pals (5 to...
Terry L. Moore, 59, of West Wilson Boulevard, Hagerstown, Md., went to be with his Lord and Savior on Friday, June 7, 2013, from The Johns Hopkins Hospital of Baltimore, Md., after a brief illness. Born Feb. 2, 1954, in Butler, Pa., he was the son of...
Boonsboro Girl Scout troops 40169 and 40708 signed, filled and buried a time capsule May 28 at Greenbrier Elementary School. The capsule is filled with letters the girls wrote to themselves, patches, a 100th anniversary Girl Scout flag, empty Girl Scout...
The American Red Cross runs daily blood collection drives in order to maintain its inventory. It has a particularly difficult time in the summer and platelet donations are needed too. Platelets are the clotting factor in your blood and only have a...
Daily PressRed Cross summer blood drives are underway, and not only can donors get the satisfaction of helping someone else, they can also go home with a little treat for themselves. Here are some of the Red Cross Blood Drives that offer donors something free...
Daily PressPick, Team, Player, School, Position Competitive Balance Round B 71, Oakland, Chad Pinder, Virginia Tech (Poquoson HS alum), SS. Round 4 111, Cleveland, Kyle Crockett, Virginia (Poquoson HS alum), LHP. Round 5 156, Detroit, Buck Farmer, Georgia Tech...
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