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PRINCETON-- Technology and the cyber world have changed retailing forever.  Within the Bronze family of companies, the focus on the client and customer are still paramount.  “We strive to keep the personal touch in every transaction that we complete—whether in one of the brick-and-mortar sto…

The Bronze Look located in Princeton’s Historic District at 311 Mercer Street is probably the best-known spot in the region to buy and sell coins. Starting as a collector over five decades ago, owner and entrepreneur, Randolph Evans, did not foresee that he would be slowly building a well-di…

PRINCETON--  Associated Photography and Framing located at 813 Mercer Street is a mainstay in Princeton’s downtown business district for over 35 years. The large display of photographs has long been a highlight to Saturday night cruisers, classmates, friends and family. “There have been a co…

On July 20, 1969, fifty years ago, over 650 million people around the world watched the Moon landing live on television, according to NASA, and were entranced at the idea of Neil Armstrong taking his historic first steps, 234,000 miles away on the Moon.  President Kennedy’s promise, made in …

Princeton, W.Va.--  Jim Holland, resident of Princeton, WV and native of Dunbar was inducted as a member of the West Virginia Sports Legends Hall of Fame, Class of 2019, during their annual banquet in Beckley, West Virginia on July 6, 2019. Holland is well known in the community as the forme…

Columnists

 This country seems to be in discord. Our problems go back to electing leaders that are not qualified to lead or to have the positions that have been provided through association or favorites of a ruling party. I remember watching tv in the late 90's and masses of men in China were walking t…

Lifestyles

Back in 2014, I was living and thriving in Louisville, KY. Unexpectedly, health issues forced me to quit my job. My partner suggested we move back to his home town, Montcalm, West Virginia. He told me he was confident that he could find steady employment and promised to take care of us. Off …

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