© Jerry F. Couch PICTURED ABOVE In May of 1971, Mrs. Nell Jordan (left) presented a Castlewood PTA certificate of life membership and a pin to Mrs. Beatrice McInturff (right). The occasion was Mrs. McInturff’s retirement as president of the Russell County PTA Council. [Photo from the Clinch Valley Times archives] FOR MANY YEARS,… Read More Short Cuts and Tips for Housewives – From 1986
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
THE RUSSELL COUNTY FAIR has come and gone so you’ll have to wait an entire year for another one. Pictured below are some of the fair events and those who came out to see them. Friday is traditionally ‘School Day’ at the Russell County Fair. All students were admitted free until 3pm. As you can see from the… Read More 2019 Russell County Fair – Fun & Flair!
© Jerry F. Couch 2019 MOST OF THE BLACK & WHITE PHOTOS that accompany this article were taken in 1973 during a celebration of the centennial year of the Brick Baptist Church, a landmark in the Mew Community. The church was built near the site of an earlier church constructed in the pioneer days of… Read More Brick Baptist Church – a jewel of the Mew Community