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He’s from the old school

Many things stand out in memory of bygone days that bring on a fever of nostalgia when recalled. The old well bucket, the spring house, battery radios, washboards, and octagon…

A diamond in the rough

On an April day in 1928, in Princeton, W.Va., a young man by the name of  William Jones was playing a game of horseshoes with his father, Grover. As the…

A diamond in the rough

On an April day in 1928, in Princeton, W.Va., a young man by the name of  William Jones was playing a game of horseshoes with his father, Grover. As the…

Great Depression pastimes

(This is a continuation of last week’s column concerning Pulaski County during the Great Depression.) The Big Little Books used the famous comic book characters of the day, the best…

Great Depression pastimes

(This is a continuation of last week’s column concerning Pulaski County during the Great Depression.) The Big Little Books used the famous comic book characters of the day, the best…

Depression drags on

(This is a continuation of last week’s column on the Great Depression.) But there were those who could see a light out ahead. There was at least one man in…

Depression drags on

(This is a continuation of last week’s column on the Great Depression.) But there were those who could see a light out ahead. There was at least one man in…

Remembering the Great Depression

Events of the past two weeks on Wall Street and all over the financial world have caused many peoples minds to go back to the awful time of the stock…

Remembering the Great Depression

Events of the past two weeks on Wall Street and all over the financial world have caused many peoples minds to go back to the awful time of the stock…

Residents did their part during WWII

The story of Pulaski County during World II continues today. During World War II, The Southwest Times carried stories about a successful scrap drive, bond sales and the draft board’s…