Tony Watkins won the Best Burger Cook-off at the 2018 St. Paul Cooks and Books event, held Saturday at the St. Paul Farmers Market. A few photos from the event can be seen below.
From the archives of the Clinch Valley Times, January 17, 1985 ALTHOUGH JAMES CECIL OF TAZEWELL often serves the railroad crew homemade pie, cooking for a work crew is certainly no “pie” job. Cecil began cooking for the Norfolk & Western Railway 35 years ago. He had returned from military duty and worked in the… Read More Railroad Cooking No “Pie” Job
© Jerry F. Couch For years the Clinch River Little League has taught sportsmanship and teamwork to local youngsters. Many coaches and sponsors have worked to build an impressive little league legacy. Our community has benfitted from this valuable use of the time, patience, and effort of these volunteers. We are thankful for people like… Read More Clinch River Little League Teams – 1975
© Jerry F. Couch The July 30, 1969 edtion of the Clinch Valley Times was packed with ads from local businesses. This flurry of advertising was the result of a town-wide sales promotion sponsored by the St. Paul Chamber of Commerce. Most local business owners were members of this group which held monthly lunch meetings… Read More What Did It Cost In 1969?
Recognizing and Responding to Elder Abuse Focus of Upcoming Training in Wise WISE, Va. – Paul Greenwood, a nationally recognized expert on the investigation and prosecution of elder abuse, will headline an elder abuse training conference August 3 in Wise. This day-long training event for professionals will be held at The Inn at Wise, located at… Read More Elder Abuse Seminar – August 3rd at Wise