Echoes of the Previous is a group of historic articles curated from The Virginian Evaluation and different publications archived since 1914. It’s possible you’ll be uncovered to content material that you just discover offensive or objectionable. For historic functions and accuracy, articles are reprinted of their authentic, unedited type, and don’t mirror the opinions and beliefs of the writer.
September 7, 1923
99 Years In the past
Sentenced To Jail; Child Goes Alongside
Given the choice of taking her child together with her to jail or turning it over to the Related Charities, Mrs. Virginia Williams determined to take the babe to jail, the place she went to serve a 60-day sentence for violating the state prohibition regulation. She was additionally fined $50. Edward Bryant, who made his residence with the girl, drew related punishment, though the girl claimed the liquor, seven gallons, belonged to her.
September 7, 1937
85 Years In the past
Native Unions Maintain Parade In Rain
Shadowed by a drizzling rain, the parade of the unionists of Locals 152 and 2214 of the paper mill and rayon plant was held yesterday morning alongside the streets of Covington as scheduled, however attracted little consideration from the indoor Labor Day observers. Sixty-five automobiles and vehicles made up the union fanatic’s parade.
September 7, 1962
60 Years In the past
Covington Host To Central Falcons
The Covington Cougars open their 1962 residence stand tonight as they play host to the Central Falcons of Low Moor. The Cougars blasted the identical Central group final 12 months by a 41-6 county however this 12 months there might be a greater ball recreation in retailer for the native sports activities followers. The Cougars had a lightweight exercise yesterday in preparation for tonight’s recreation. Coach Boodie Albert has acknowledged that the boys are in higher situation this 12 months and will do a greater job.
September 7, 1987
35 Years In the past
Former Hearth Chief Dies
Lawrence A. Wolfe Sr., former chief of the Covington Hearth Division and a 39-year member of the group, died Sunday at his residence on Alleghany Avenue. He was 83. A former superintendent of the Covington Public Works Division, Mr. Wolfe joined the Covington Hearth Division in 1933 and has served on the Covington First Support and Life Saving Crew, which was organized that 12 months. He served on the rescue squad for 20 years.
September 7, 2012
10 Years In the past
WEPA Printing At DSLCC
Wi-fi In every single place Print Anyplace(WEPA) is a brand new and simple printing system now getting used at Dabney S. Lancaster Neighborhood Faculty. Cloud know-how makes it potential to print from quite a lot of units to any one of many WEPA kiosk printers on campus or different areas which might be linked to the system. Copies are crisp and recycled paper is used, making it one in all a number of “inexperienced” initiatives at DSLCC.