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When it comes to nostalgic spots in Logan County, it’s hard to beat a small place in the town of Logan that has survived and even thrived since 1928. It’s seen the comings and goings of a bus terminal, a a state-operated whiskey store. , a furniture store and music store operated by former Logan High School band principal Don Elkins, all located in the same building that opened 94 years ago on Dingess and Main Street as a terminal for West Virginia’s most modern bus.

Of course, I’m talking about the barber shop building known today simply as “Choppers” which remains in operation just across from Logan Exxon and adjacent to Logan Boulevard. In fact, the barbershop has never closed since it opened in 1929, a year after the building was completed.


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