New registration procedure

Note: It is not necessary to register to reply to posts and other people’s comments publicly.

Visitors are more than welcome, but if you want to participate more fully, please send an email message using our contact form including the following registration information for your new account:

  • user ID (account name) request – lower case letters and numbers only — choose it carefully as it can’t be changed without re-registering
  • temporary password
  • email address
  • some information about your interests

If you are interested in submitting an article, please register and we can set your permissions so that you can create it using the WordPress Dashboard and your favorite web browser software.

As soon as you receive an email message confirming your registration, log in (link at bottom of right column) and change your password. In the very top menu at the right it says “Howdy, ….” — click your name then select “Edit My Profile” from the drop down list. Change your password right away then you may elect to add other information to your profile. Please keep your email address current in case we need to contact you.

Updated 9 June 2014.

8 Replies to “New registration procedure”

  1. I was born and raised on Wilson Avenue near the new high school. The football field was
    only a stones throw from our home. We played baseball on Gilpen Field which is the site
    of the current Kittanning High School and Lemmon Way which was another baseball field
    near the Kittanning Brick Company in upper Wick City. I played for a team by the name of Davis Motors in the early 1950’s

    1. Not sure why you posted this comment here on an administration post Susan and Robert, but you may want to look through the site and post it on another article where you may get better responses.

    1. Thanks for the interest in our site. I mostly write the articles but I believe on the main page there is a link that will let you join the blog and receive notices when a new one appears. I recently saw a family photo album of the McNees family at the Armstrong County Historical Society. Anything I can help with let me know.

    1. We are still running although not adding new content frequently.

      The notifications app we were using is disabled. It was taken over by another company, then there were technical difficulties.

      1. Ok. Thank you for your reply Kathy.
        My maiden name is Beth Lindeman. I happen to have some great phots taken on July 19, 1919 of downtown Kittanning celebrating the return of Soldiers and Sailors from the War. If you are ever interested, please let me know.
        Happy Memorial Day!

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