100 Years Ago

Cove Towns to Get Electricity

 

April 15, 2021



Herald of April 15, 1921

The required number of bonds had been sold to build the light and power line from Raystown through the Cove. Bids were being received until the 20th for about 200 poles, 35 to 40 feet in length, to be delivered along Clover Creek within the week. A total of about 500 would be needed for the project that would cover a delivery period of two months.

Thieves entered the garage of Ritchey and Baker at Waterside and carried off loot to the amount of several hundred dollars.

The POS of A met and prepared plans for formation of a local drum and bugle corps. The purchase of...



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