St. Paul’s Independence Day 2019 Celebration in pictures. (Click on any photo for a larger view). With thanks to; Town of St. Paul, St. Paul Police Department, and St. Paul Volunteer Fire Department for a fun and safe celebration of our country’s heritage.
IF YOU HAVEN’T VISITED THE ST. PAUL MUNICIPAL POOL LATELY, you should do so. During the spring months, many repairs and upgrades were made. Some of these improvements are readily visible to visitors, some are not. The interior of the pool has received a bright new anti-fungal coating that will make it easier to keep… Read More St. Paul Municipal Pool Makes a Splash
IT WOULD HAVE TAKEN MORE THAN A SMATTERING OF RAIN to dampen the enthusiasm of exhibitors and visitors at the Crooked Road Cruisers’ car show in St. Paul. The event, which took place on Saturday, June 22nd, featured cars and trucks of all kinds – and all colors. The young people who came out to… Read More 2019 Crooked Road Cruisers Rod Run Car Show
On Sunday, June 16th, Rev. Harry Layall delivered his final sermon to the congregations of the St. Paul United Methodist Church and Fort Gibson United Methodist Church. After many years of faithful service to these congregations, Rev. Harry (as most of us know him) is retiring. He and his wife, Sharon, will now make their… Read More Thank you Rev. Harry Layall for a job well done.
© Jerry F. Couch [Portions of this article originally appeared the CVT in 2014] MACON MELVILLE LONG, SR. was born April 2, 1885, a son of John M. and Alice C. Long of Rappahannock County, Virginia. His siblings were Ethel, Lelia, Bernard, and Edwin. The family lived on a farm in what was at that… Read More Sen. M. M. Long, 1885-1988