July 14, 2005 RSS feed / Top News

Millboro alums make up fabric of Bath

BY JAMES JACENICH • STAFF WRITER MILLBORO — Millboro High School graduated its last class in 1970. More...

After a long road, Rt. 39 funds found

By MATTHEW CAMPAGNA • Staff Writer MOUNTAIN GROVE — The section of Route 39 running between Mountain Grove and the West Virginia line has been reduced to one-lane traffic and widening has begun on a 500-foot stretch of curvy road that has for m More...

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A matter of the will and the way

Local politicians and state bureaucrats are often at odds with one another because they serve two very different masters. Nowhere is this circumstance more apparent than in relationships between boards of supervisors and VDOT representatives. More...

Supervisor Hall deserves better

Editor, The Recorder, Being a longtime taxpayer in Bath County I have had numerous opportunities to observe supervisor Stuart Hall in his many efforts to apply himself to the well-being and support of the interest of Bath County and its citizens. More...

Schools cut $156,000 to balance the budget

BY WILL O’CONNOR • STAFF WRITER MONTEREY — Following the Highland school board’s surprise discovery that spending went over-budget by about $126,000 last fiscal year, interim superintendent Percy Nowlin hit the ground running last Wednesday. More...

Wind permit approved 2-1

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Striking balance

Wildlife management practices create ‘hunter’s paradise’ at Green Valley BY WILL O’CONNOR • STAFF WRITER MILLBORO — “A lot of people would consider this an eyesore,” said Lance Lyons as we circled around a selectively cut patch of forest in his Je More...



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