CULTURE & HISTORY

All Aboard: Huntington’s Streetcars

All Aboard: Huntington’s Streetcars

Written by Aaron-Michael Fox. Today, the Tristate Transit Authority’s historically-styled “trolley buses” are a familiar sight around Huntington with the clanging sound of their bells filling the downtown air every day as they warn passers-by of their approach. But...

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Earl Ward: Silver Memories

Earl Ward: Silver Memories

Written by Randy Yohe.  For her husband’s company Christmas party that chilly December night, young bride Jackie Ward had a new green dress to surprise him. But Earl Ward never got to see that pretty green dress. The budding photographer normally worked in WSAZ's...

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The Jewel City At Sea: USS Huntington

The Jewel City At Sea: USS Huntington

Written by Henry Culvyhouse. The closest the city of Huntington gets to the sea is the Ohio River. So it might sound strange that the U.S. Navy, known as a protector of the world’s salt waters, would name a ship after a city in landlocked West Virginia. But in 1916,...

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