CLEVELAND - A 1992 cover story, told by Wilma Smith, takes a look back at the WEWS anchor team's beginnings.
Wilma chronicles her early days growing up in Garfield Heights. Two pictures from her youth and one from her high school days are shown.
She takes a trip back to her elementary school, Saint Peter and Paul, where she walks the halls with some of the nuns who taught her.
Another hall Wilma graces is her alma mater, Garfield Heights High School, where she was the editor of her yearbook. She wanders down memory lane with a stop at her high school locker.
Next up in Wilma's story is our late sports director Nev Chandler.
We see a picture of Nev in his Rocky River High School baseball uniform. Though successful in their season, the team fell short of a state title.
Nev, who passed away from cancer in 1994, maintained some close friendships with high school classmates through the years.
Ted Henry's yearbook picture kicks off our next member of the anchor team - it's true! Ted went to Canton Central Catholic, class of 1963.
In his brief soundbite, Ted bemoans the loss of innocence in the youth of 1992.
"We don't have the chance for youngsters to be youngsters," he said.
Ted retired from WEWS in May 2009.
Longtime WEWS weatherman Don Webster closes out our anchor team memories.
Fittingly, a clip from the WEWS syndicated rock show "Upbeat" begins the segment on Don.
Hired from Canada in 1964 to host "Upbeat", Don hosted just about any show we aired that needed a host plus did weather on our air.
He gives us less of a memory and more of a piece of life advice.
"Do what you have to do and a little bit more and you'll be OK," Don said.