With the Memorial Day weekend now passed, our attention turns to summer and all the activities associated with June and July.
Remembrance of yesteryear can be an unending topic that could easily reach boredom levels. Yet, a few more examples of how our people used to live, think, and talk seem worthy of inclusion.
Our community is very appreciative of the amount of donations and help that has come into the county as a result of the recent flooding.
Jake Foster believes he’s the only Randolph Countian still living who escaped the 1927 flood in Pocahontas. But, he doesn’t remember it because he was only one year old. Seems his parents, Mr.
The subject of unusual names was briefly addressed in last week’s column. It is a fertile field for Randolph County nostalgia and lore.