Before resuming our travelogue commentary of the pioneer families of the Fourche River Valley, another subject compels attention.
At the insistence of Keith Richardson and Bryn Ulmer, I have completed making a topographical map with the names of the holes, fords, and shoals of Fourche River.
On the one hand we hear that the country is going to h*** because of the threat of wars, killings in schools, in churches, at public events and even in our own back yards, lack of leadership and th
Well. Where to begin. The Black River is up again, but according to the National Weather Service the river was cresting on Tuesday at around 18 feet. Flood stage is 17 feet.
This week’s column will attempt to recreate conversations as they might have occurred sixty to seventy years ago in Randolph County.