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President Bill Clinton
visited Harrison County on May 22 and held a national town meeting on education

Recent Stories

The following articles are from our special Presidential Issues
- The Clinton Town Meeting -

May 21, 1997

Presidential preparations near completion Second ticket distribution planned today

Clinton coming, students leaving Dismissal, homework planned

President's visit will impact area

Choosing those who will meet president a tough job, Kittle says

Political Science teacher uses president's visit in classroom

RCB, area in national spotlight thanks to Public TV, Internet

Lawmakers applaud Clinton's visit

Telecommunications Act opening doors of opportunity for millions of students

Remembering Clinton in Chicago

Clinton tickets go out again today Over 600 residents collect on Tuesday

Town meetings allow Clinton to hear concerns

City to be in positive light

President to speak at school named for Sen. Byrd

May 22, 1997

Tight security, final details all in place

Excitement growing for Clinton visit

'Icing on the cake:' local pastry shop honors Clinton

City to be in positive light

Telecommunications Act opening doors of opportunity for millions of students

Writer recalls stories of how West Virginia helped elect JFK

Philip's Restaurant chosen caterer for presidential aides

Original poem by St. Mary's fifth graders lists all presidents' names

Young Republicans sponsors a forum

Remembering presidential candidate John W. Davis Speech drew crowd between 64,000 and 74,000 in city

Harry S. Truman was last sitting president to come here

May 23, 1997

High school gets back to normal

Attentive crowd privy to president's education stance

Sen. Byrd regretfully
misses historic visit

RCB site of
first forum
on Internet

Busy week for PR director

Students have praise for the president But many questions unanswered

Clinton will visit ultra-modern school

Spectators agree: long wait 'worth it'

Clinton is 4th president 106-year-old woman sees

Thousands wait hours for glimpse of president

Former delegate recounts his political past

Army shares goals for America's young people

Reporter's Notebook: Chaotic day during Clinton visit

Crowd braves hot sun for chance to meet President Clinton

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