FOR ALMOST 100 YEARS, the St. Paul First Baptist Church building has been a Fourth Avenue landmark. To keep it looking good, some updates are being carried out. One area that recently received attention is the nursery. In addition to new paint and flooring, the nursery now sports a mural commissioned by the church’s Young… Read More New Mural at St. Paul First Baptist Church
November 6, 2019 From Barbara Trent Manager of Carter Bank & Trust On October 28th Carter Bank & Trust and Food City sponsored a Halloween Costume Contest. We appreciate all who came to watch and enter the competition. Winners are pictured below, left to right … Age 0-2 1st place – McKinleigh Compton as the witch, 2nd place… Read More More Halloween Fun….
© Jerry F. Couch No, this isn’t a contest. It’s the story of a building that experienced some calamitous events over the years. The Vance building (its actual name was Riverside Café) was the only restaurant in its particular section of St. Paul to be continuously owned and operated by the same family throughout its… Read More The Most Lucky or the Least Lucky House in St. Paul?
© Jerry F. Couch The Clinch Valley Times’ demolition photos of “The Old Smokestack” you see here were taken in July and August of 1981. The smokestack was one of the few remaining components of the Clinch River Extract Company’s manufacturing plant – once one of the largest employers in Wise County. Here’s a picture… Read More “Decline & Fall” of the Clinch River Extract Co. Smokestack 1916 – 1981
EL PRIMO (formerly Ma & Pa’s) in Castlewood is a clean, fast, and friendly family-operated restaurant featuring delicious food, reasonable prices, and LOTS of variety. What more could you ask for? It’s a great place to take your family for a pleasant dining experience. Check out their extensive menu below.* *The Clinch Valley Times is not responsible for… Read More El Primo in Castlewood – Good Food & Good People