May 5, 2005 RSS feed / Top News

HES musical highlights SOLs

BY HIROKO AKAIKE • HIGHLAND COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS MUSIC TEACHER MONTEREY — The Spring Music Program this year was more than music; it was about everything the students have been learning — art, science, history, English and math. More...

Meetings target land use vision

By MATTHEW CAMPAGNA • Staff Writer WARM SPRINGS — The Homestead Preserve project has stirred mixed reactions from county residents since its arrival here some four years ago. More...

Bath crowns its new queen

The theme for the Miss Bath County and Junior Miss Bath County Pageant last Saturday was a “Spring Evening.” And the stylish gowns, musical entertainment, colorful decorations and fresh beauty of the young contestants reflected it perfect More...

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Highlanders need attitude adjustment

Who is to blame for all of our problems? Ahh … yes, the “do-nothings” — Highland County’s greatest obstacle. More...

Bath ... and all that jazz

By MATTHEW CAMPAGNA • Staff Writer WARM SPRINGS — Pretend for a moment that when “The Sound Of Music” star Julie Andrews sang, “The hills are alive with the sound of music,” she was singing about Bath County. More...

Public hearing scheduled on Highland New Wind Development application

By Anne Adams • Staff Writer MONTEREY — It’s been more than 10 months since Highland New Wind Development, LLC, applied for a conditional use permit to construct and operate a 39-megawatt commercial wind facility in Highland County More...

Sports

Highland puts together 4, but 5th is a killer

By Will o’Connor • Staff Writer BUCHANAN — For four innings Tuesday Highland’s baseball team held district-leading James River scoreless. More...

Bath uses long ball to crush Cougars

By Lea Campbell • Staff Writer COVINGTON — Amber Harvey gave Bath the early lead with a two-run first inning home run and the Chargers sealed the deal with a five-run fourth inning outburst sparked by Bonnie Randozzo’s three More...

A cold and bitter heartbreaker

By Will O’connor • Staff Writer WARM SPRINGS — In windy and frigid early May conditions here Tuesday, the Bath girls’ soccer team put together a second-straight strong home performance. More...


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