April 22, 2005 RSS feed / Top News

Superintendent supports $10 million budget

WARM SPRINGS — The public failed to represent itself at a public hearing on the school board’s proposed budget held by the Bath County Board of Supervisors Friday evening. More...

Bath's roads get face lift

WARM SPRINGS — Stuffed orange bags kept vigil over Bath County roads following the fifth annual Bath County Cleanup Day last Saturday. More...

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Four splendid ladies: Their passing is our loss

When I moved permanently to Bath County in 1981, one of the things I looked forward to was living year-round in the village with the neighbors I’d enjoyed on summer and weekend visits. However, that was not to be. More...

Highland supervisors: Democracy or oligarchy?

Editor, The Recorder, To say I was dismayed by the April 8 article “Board will not add 2 seats,” is an understatement. I was not able to attend the April 5 board of supervisors meeting due to a meeting at school. More...

Doggone good day for SPCA

WILLIAMSVILLE — What do you get when you combine over 25 gallons of soup and chili with 60 dogs, 120 sheep, a rigorous obstacle course, and around 600 spectators in a remote corner of Highland County? More...

BCHS taps top students

WARM SPRINGS — Bath County High School announced this week that Josh Williams will be valedictorian of the class of 2005 and Alyson Leigh Lancaster will be salutatorian. More...

Sports

Rams taks 2 medals

STAUNTON — Competing with 12 other schools this past weekend at Riverheads High School, the Highland track squad went head-to-head with some of the best athletes in the region. More...

Charger rally in the sixth rains on Rams

MONTEREY — In the top of the sixth the rain moved in seemingly out of nowhere. A few hard, well-spaced drops at first as Highland pitcher Gage Simmons got into trouble. Then a brief shower just as Bath regained the lead. More...


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