City Hall Flag at Half Mast for General Chuck Yeager
The U.S. flag at Elkins City Hall is at half mast in honor of Brigadier General Chuck Yeager, who died Monday at the age of 97.
General Yeager was born in Myra, West Virginia in 1923. In the course of an Air Force career that spanned from 1941 to 1975 and saw him rise through the ranks from private, he served with distinction as a fighter pilot during World War II and was the first pilot to break the sound barrier, in 1947.
City Hall Flag at Half Mast for Doris George
The U.S. flag at Elkins City Hall will be at half mast Tuesday, August 3 in honor of Doris Gail George, who died Sunday at Davis Medical Center at the age of 75. Ms. George served as an Elkins city councilor from […]Read More
City Hall Flag at Half Mast for Donald Pritt
The U.S. flag at Elkins City Hall is at half mast today in honor of Donald R. “Donnie” Pritt, 73, who died Saturday. Mr. Pritt devoted his life to public service here in Elkins, across the state of West Virginia, and–during his […]Read More
City Hall Flag at Half-Mast for CPD Officer Johnson
The U.S. flag at Elkins City Hall will remain at half-mast until after the funeral service for Officer Cassie Johnson, the Charleston Police Department officer who was killed in the line of duty earlier this week. Her funeral has not yet been […]Read More