Note: This column previously ran during the month of May in 2012.
Note: This column was originally published in October 2008.
This article is a re-run from September 2008.
I created this sketch on Aug. 19, 1978, during the early years of Pike’s Past.
The German Church stood on Prussia Road, Waverly, for many years.This old picture copy was taken about 1950.
This article is a re-run from May 4, 1978. It is one from the early days of Pike’s Past.
This week I’m re-running an article and sketch that I originally published in Aug. 3, 1978.
Note: This article was previously published in January 2013.
Note: This article was originally published April 2012.
Note: This column was previously published in June 2012.
This column was previously published on April 4, 2012.
Note: This article originally was published in October 2008.
Note: This column was previously published in the Pike County News Watchman in Sept. 2008.
This week I’ll spotlight some clippings found in a scrapbook loaned to me by Mike Maple.
This week’s article shares an obituary from the Waverly Watchman for Frank B. Logan, a long time mail carrier ...
Editor’s note: Jim Henry, long time “Pike’s Past” columnist of the Pike County News Watchman, has been hospitalized with Covid at Adena. Praye…
This week I’ll use a short poem by a cousin who attends school in Batavia. She is a junior there, and one of her classes is poetry. She also l…
I’m going to share some more about the Pike Heritage Museum’s 2022 calendar.
Do you remember the harsh winter of 1978? Well, I do because I was working outside on the Mead Paper Mill railroad. January 1 started out with…
This week I’m sharing another portion of James Emmitt’s autobiography.
This week’s focus is on Beaver past.
This week I’ll feature James Emmitt and some tidbits of his life in Pike County.
This week I’ll feature an unusual place in Kentucky. I stopped in this town several years ago because I had read about a town that had a rail …
This week’s photo is of the Methodist church in Beaver that sits at the west end of Church Street. If you don’t have a home church, this is on…
This is a follow-up to last week’s story about Spot, the railroad dog of Chillicothe.
This week I’ll relate a story told to me by a friend. No names or a date was given, but it is an interesting story about a dog.
Today’s article is about the old stable and blacksmith shop at the corner of Ohio 335 and Main Street in Beaver. The spot is now the location …