This past Saturday marked the 45th anniversary of the Silver Bridge collapse which killed 46 people who were waiting on the structure to cross the Ohio River. A standing-room only crowd filed into the Point Pleasant River Museum for the remembrance ceremony during which each name of the 46 victims was read and a candle lit in their honor. Several surviving family members lit candles in memory of their loved ones, including Carolyn Harris (at front) who lost her three-year old son, James Timothy Meadows, in the collapse. Pictured alongside Harris are Point Pleasant Mayor Brian Billings and Alice Click who read the names of the victims. A more in depth look at the recent remembrance ceremony will be featured in Saturday’s Point Pleasant Register and the next Sunday Times-Sentinel.