May 19, 2005 RSS feed / Top News

Bath, Highland honor citizen, local businesses

MONTEREY — Highland and Bath counties only rarely get visits from high-level state cabinet officials, but last Friday Secretary of Agriculture and Natural Resources Robert S. More...

New legislation could affect pending wind energy projects

By Anne Adams • Staff Writer WASHINGTON, D.C. - A bill introduced last Friday by Sen. More...

Happy Birthday HTC marks a century of service

In rural America, the first telephone services were made available when neighbors got together and formed an association. The first telephone message in Highland County is reported to have been sent Sept. 21, 1894 between Monterey and McDowell. More...

Special Sections

Living life by design - Petersen putting style into homes

By James Jacenich • staff writer MONTEREY — When you are in kindergarten and you spend your spare time at night watching your father design a pizza parlor, you might get the idea you like to design things, or you just like your father. When More...

Hot Springs planters: here to stay?

By MATTHEW CAMPAGNA - Staff Writer WARM SPRINGS -- A contingent of outraged citizens continues to express disdain for the results of last year's streetscape "improvements" in downtown Hot Springs. More...

Opinions & Commentary

Retirement home a good project that has gone astray

Editor, The Recorder, Reference is made to an article, “Finances stalling retirement home project” in The Recorder — Friday, May 13, on page 17. More...

Dont cut AP courses, says former Bath student

Editor, The Recorder, I am writing this letter as a former student of Bath County High School and recent graduate of James Madison University. More...

Retirement home a good project that has gone astray

Editor, The Recorder, Reference is made to an article, “Finances stalling retirement home project” in The Recorder — Friday, May 13, on page 17. More...


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