This newsletter will be mostly of the Jericho Cemetery Perpetual Care Inc., which meets annually the third Sunday of May. May 19, 2019, was a beautiful day at Jericho.
It goes without saying that coal mining is dangerous. It usually tops any list of America’s most deadly jobs. There are so many ways for a miner to get hurt or killed.
Editor/Monroe County Beacon:
There are moments in life that just take minutes, yet they are etched indelibly on our memories so that the process would seem to have taken weeks to have rooted it so.
The eighth-grade English Language Arts class at St. Sylvester Central Elementary School recently was given the mission of a Compassion Project. A Compassion Project is an assignment which allows students
Thirty days hath September, April, June and November. All the rest have 31, except February, which has 28 and each leap year 29. Yes, I had to sing this little
Mary Valentine, a former New Matamoras correspondent for the Beacon, recently celebrated a birthday. Members of her family surprised her with a cupcake birthday party. The beautiful hydrangeas decorated cupcakes
Hello everyone. The spring mornings have been so nice. I have seen lots and lots of birds. Mowing is in full force at MACO and the employees have been keeping
This month’s article is designed to help you understand what Veterans Affairs (VA) services are now available to Veterans of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom. It concerns me
65 Years Ago – 1954 Miss Ila Mae Book daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence G. Book, former Monroe Co. residents, and Miss Mary Alice Yarnall, daughter of Mr. and