An historical perspective from 25 years ago

Janelle Von PinnonHistorical Perspective, News, St. JosephLeave a Comment

May 26, 1989 Scout cleanup rids local parks of litter On May 13, more than 40 local Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and Cub Scouts spent their Saturday afternoon cleaning St. Joseph’s Memorial, Centennial and Millstream parks. The St. Joseph Parks Commission and Recreation Association held a picnic afterward as a reward for their efforts. Generous donations from the local Lions,

A historical perspective from 25 years ago

Janelle Von PinnonHistorical Perspective, News, St. JosephLeave a Comment

May 12, 1989 Expansion in St. Joseph more than evident by Janelle Von Pinnon Contardo opens doors to new clinic building Dr. Michael Contardo will move his existing dental practice to the new clinic building on First Avenue NW and be open for business beginning Monday, May 5. “We need more space,” Contardo said. “We are tired of bumping into

A historical perspective from 25 years ago

Janelle Von PinnonHistorical Perspective, News, St. JosephLeave a Comment

April 28, 1989 St. Joseph Meat Market pushes forward in spite of fire setback by Janelle Von Pinnon The remodeling of the St. Joseph Meat Market slaughterhouse was finished Friday. All day Saturday, the boys had cleaned up the construction dust and debris for the federal inspection scheduled on Monday morning. Then fire struck at 7:15 a.m. Sunday, March 19