News from the
- Sept, 1913: "Brevities" from Garfield County
- July, 1914: Life on the streets of downtown Pomeroy
- January, 1919: INFLUENZA!
- War Bonds Special -- The April 26, 1919, issue of the
East Washingtonian was sort of a special all "War Bonds" Issue. Here are multiple stories from that
issue and eight half- and full-page advertisements for the bonds.
- February 1919: Artisans
- 1919: Many See Planes in Air at Walla Walla
- Bits from the front page of the May 3, 1919, East Washingtonian
- 1919: War is over, so "Tidy Up", says Women's Club of Pomeroy
- 1919: 19 Garfield School Districts fail to hold Elections!
- May 1919: Harry Bartlow in World War I
- August, 1919: Notice to the Public on the Scarcity of Sugar
- Dec. 1919: New Seeley to Close 2 nights a week to conserve
- January, 1920: Exercise May be
- March, 1920: Tired of Farming? Join the Navy and see the Panama
- April 1920: Potlatch looking for Experienced Men.
- May 1920: Citizens ask for Plane Landing Field
- June 1920: County Students read more books
- July 1920: Natatorium Assured at Cosgrove Springs!
- Summer 1920: Census Shows Garfield County Population Down
- 1920: Last Gap in Dayton-Colfax Road closed
- 1921: Licenses now Mandatory
- Jan. 1921: Personal Mentions column
- February 1921: Short Bits and Mentions column
- February 1921: Club Would Improve Courthouse Grounds
- March 1921: Local news from around the county
- 1921: Federal Official wants to raise teachers' pay
- Wheat Conference News
- 1922 Pomeroy Basketball beats Touchet
- January, 1924, Cold Wave follows
Snow in Pomeroy and Garfield County
- From January, 1924, personal mentions, church
news, theatre news . . .
- January, 1924, Editorial predicts
Better Year in 1924!
- February, 1924, Read how the Pomeroy
Council dealt with that Capital "P" that stands for pool in 1924
- March, 1924, sees Central ferry bridge opening planned, Rats caught
- NMarch, 1924: News from the Gun Club plus lots of Personal Mentions
- Boy Scouts to be Deputized and Wear Badges for Bridge
- May, 1924: 8th Grader Marguerete Sherfey's Prize Winning Speech
- Closing Programs for Schools at end of
1923-24 year are presented
- Birthday Frolic at Skyhook plus lots of
Personal Mentions from early in May, 1924.
- Violinist Skovgaard bringing his Stradivarius
to Pomeroy in June to play with Alice McClung Skovgaard, pianist.
- Now's your chance to get in on the ground floor of a new city. Rosedale at Central Ferry.
- Teal's Camp, Columbia Center, Mayview, Pomeroy are filled with
excitement in July, 1924.
- Helen Meyers to Represent Pomeroy at Clarkston Water Festival
- Prosperity Pricing Allows Koenig & Co. to Expand
- E.W. Dickson justifiably proud of his Standard
- October, 1924: Mrs. Trimble is Dead
- October, 1924, news from around and about Pomeroy
- October 17, 1935 Garfield County news Items!
- October, 1935 Hundreds listen to Aimee Semple McPherson at school auditorium and Hotel Revere dinner
- Local News Items from October 3, 1935
- 1936 Al Obenland Wins Trip to Havana from
- What's happening in Marengo, Pataha Flat, Upper Tucannon in summer of
- Garfield County Wide news from September, 1936, Plus an
appearance by a special person.
- 1955: Navigation of the Snake could soon be practical
- 1956: Friday Play To Mark Twentieth Year Of High School's Pirate Gold
- November 1956: Pomeroy had no power for six hours
- Nobel Prize Winner, Brattain, Known in County
- Rural Mail Routes to be cut Starting 1958
- 1958-03: Next Three Dams on lower Snake River will have big impact on County
- 1959: College Students Home for the Holidays
- 1959: D C Chard Identified by Wrist Plates
- 1960: Five Injured, Three Hospitalized Sun.
- 1960: Methodists Dedicate new educational building.
- 1966: News or an Advertisement? You decide! The 1966 Primary Election ballot
- 1970: Pomeroy's Bert Oliver Praised for
- 1979: Christmas Recipes from Men.
- July, 1980: USPS Abolishes Last 'Star Route' in area
- 1980-August: After 14 years as a Rural carrier for Post Office, Johnny Capwell retires
- 1982: Commissioners consider Cosgrove statue placement
- Clarene Schilling came to Pomeroy because of the depression