Pomeroy Pioneer Portraits


April 20, 2023

Ten Years Ago

April 24, 2013

If the 700 and 800 blocks of Main St. in downtown Pomeroy appear a little more "open", it's likely because the trees on both sides of the two blocks have been cut down. Alesia Ruchert, managing director of South East Washington Development Association (SEWEDA) in Garfield County, said the logging was "a purposeful step in preparing for the installation of 14 histori...

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