© Jerry F. Couch HOW MUCH DID IT COST to operate a small town in 1973? We can find out by looking at an audit report prepared for the Town of St. Paul which encompassed the seven-month period ending January 31, 1974. The early 1970’s, though prosperous, were also a period “runaway inflation.” The figures… Read More Financing a Small Town in 1973
A half-century of volunteerism…amazing. On Thursday, September 13th. the Clinch Valley Times’ 2018 Volunteer of the Year Award was presented to Frank Dean, a 46-year veteran of the St. Paul Volunteer Fire Department and its longest-serving member. The presentation took place in the public meeting room of the St. Paul Town Hall. A group of… Read More Thank You Frank Dean…
© Jerry F. Couch It’s known as Sugar Hill Brewing Company today but when it was built by W. A. Turner in 1948, it was “The Turner Building.” During its long life it has been home to a number of St. Paul Businesses: Clinch River Motor Sales (a Studebaker dealership), The New Hardware and Furniture… Read More Happy 70th Birthday to “The Turner Building” in St. Paul
The Clinch River Farmers Market volunteers were in action today in St. Paul. Here are some photos of this morning’s activity.
The ballots have been counted and here are the results of this year’s St. Paul town elections. All data is from the Virginia Department of Elections: TOWN COUNCIL Monty Salyer (incumbent) 199 votes Kenneth Holbrook (incumbent) 217 votes Greg Bailey (incumbent) 162 votes Raymond Trent (challenger) 105 votes Write-In Candidates – 6 votes MAYOR Kyle… Read More 2018 St. Paul Town Election Results