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Tribute to a good American

Well, the mid-term elections are over all across America. There were some surprises, mine being the landslide victory of Morgan Griffith over hard working incumbent Rick Boucher. I guess I…

Bearded or beardless?

Back some years ago I was playing a part in the outdoor drama in Radford that required that I wear a beard. This soon became a problem when I had…

Why do we travel?

Why do people travel? Motorcycles, automobiles, buses, trains, airplanes, and ships are all modes of travel, and Americans love to jump onto any one of these and go off into…

Autumn is here

The year 2010 has been a fairly good one weatherwise. Maybe a little more snow than some would have wanted. A little flood water when we didn’t need it, and…

The mooning at New River

When the railroad came into Pulaski County in the 1850s a station was built on the riverside opposite the city of Radford, and around the station grew the little village…

Governor Tyler loved Newbern

I enjoy reading stories of the old timers who spent time in the village of Newbern when it was the county seat of Pulaski County. One such person who had…

Lake’s potential realized early

Pulaski County’s Claytor Lake had not been in existence very long before its potential as a recreational area was realized. Just four years after it’s dedication, area business leaders were…

Poor Little James Madison

On Saturday morning, Sept. 11, I woke early, as I always do on days when the Virginia Tech team has a game I wasn’t too excited though, because the opponent…

The good ol’ summertime

Summertime is almost gone, but not necessarily the hot days. They seem to hang on, just like they know they must soon come to an end. Many of the things…

Wabash Campgrounds

Last week I wrote about the Wabash Campgrounds in Giles County, describing “The Night the Angels Sang.” The following is the story of the Campgrounds. Early in the 1890’s there…