Tag: tradition

Forgotten Fountains

Forgotten Fountains

By Alyssa King Blake Pharmacy is home to one of the few remaining soda fountains in Ohio. On Jan. 1, 1961, C. Robert Blake bought a storefront in West Union, and with it came a soda fountain. In 1968 he built a pharmacy next door and moved the soda fountain inside. That same year […]

Rural Doctors Steeped in Tradition

Rural Doctors Steeped in Tradition

“William’s leg is infected. I think he’s got gangrene,” the caller says. She is distraught. Scott Anzalone, a family physician in Logan, tells her he’ll be right over. The woman on the phone is one of his patients, and he knows her family. But he […]