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July a wet one, but rainfall wasn't record

Editor's note: This was gleaned from the Aug, 7, 1969 issue of The Recorder. Joesph C. Pritchard was publisher. Highlanders may not believe it, but the month just passed didn't set a record for rainfall. More...

25 years ago

AUGUST 12, 1982

From 50 Years Ago, Aug. 12, 1932: A mass meeting will be held at the courthouse Friday night, Aug. 19 at 8 p.m. to protest against "The Capitol Tours" map prepared and widely distributed by the American Automobile Association and A.T. More...

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Anita Billingsley, Jean Sullenberger, James Mauzy, an unidentified man, and Mrs. Turner Jones meet in Monterey in the early 1960s. Mrs. Billingsley recalls that the group may have been discussing planting trees along Main Street. More...

50 years ago

AUGUST 15, 1957

Monterey's third stolen car in less than a year was recovered Saturday afternoon after it had been run out of gas and abandoned in front of the Pocahontas Motel, 5 miles west of Durbin in West Virginia. Trooper C.E. Link and Sheriff R.L. More...


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