Glimpses of Hohenwalds Past

 
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February 22, 2024



February 18, 1954

City officials requested that Hohenwald residents take extra precaution when burning rubbish, trash, and other combustible material. The city reported that every fire alarm answered cost the taxpayers $30, and that the Fire Department requested that fire alarms should not be turned in, except in cases where property losses might occur.

An editorial ran on the “ruthless practice” of poisoning dogs as “some person or persons are distributing poison about town and are making good headway in riding the town of dogs.”

Farmers in the Gordonsburg community began to turn their land a...



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