May 26, 2005 RSS feed / Top News

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Highlanders gather to define their community

By Anne Adams • Staff Writer MONTEREY — Steeped in frustration, citizens left the elementary school gym in the wee hours of last Friday morning no closer to understanding what the future held for them than they had seven hours earlier. More...

A tribute to Roger Vaus

Psalm 84:10a For a day in thy courts is better than a thousand. As I pondered on writing the obituary for a man who I had only known over a year, I wondered if I would do him justice in my words. More...

County without changes is unbalanced

Editor, The Recorder, Highland is and has always been a working community. Since the area was settled, livestock of both four-and two-footed varieties have been raised here. These fields and meadows did not clear themselves. More...

Hot pursuit discouraged

By MATTHEW CAMPAGNA • Staff Writer WARM SPRINGS — A high-speed police chase ended in wreckage last week on Warm Springs Mountain, and with the arrest of driver Kenny Harrison of Brandywine, W.Va. More...

Sports

James River rally ends Bath season

By Lea Campbell • Staff Writer BUCHANAN — Playing under a spectacular double rainbow and holding a two-goal lead late in the match, Bath’s soccer team appeared on the verge of an important Pioneer District win over arch-rival James River here Monda More...

Shumate is 800-meter champ

By Lea Campbell • Staff Writer BUENA VISTA — With small numbers of participants and no practice facilities on which to train, neither Bath nor Highland scored well in the Pioneer District track tournament held here last week. More...


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