August 18, 2005 RSS feed / Top News

Highland County lynching latest topic for local author

By James Jacenich • Staff Writer MONTEREY - "It was a cold night with snow on the ground," said Harold Crist. "The lynch mob started from a store in the Mill Gap area. They rode horseback to Monterey with the intention of lynching. More...

Residents urged to attend battlefield committee meeting

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Retirement home plan breeds waste

Editor, The Recorder, Reference is made to the articles, "Bath school appropriations denied" and "Board approves $500,000 for retirement home" in The Recorder, Friday, Aug. 12, on page 6 and 12, respectively. More...

Openness marks proposed school policies

By James Jacenich • Staff Writer MONTEREY - The Highland County School Board and the Highland County Education Association found common ground in personnel policy this week, but got hung up on the issue of board members abstaining from voting More...

Schools give county land for skate park

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Sports

Chargers' defense impressive in scrimmage

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Rams hope to shave scores

BY WILL O'CONNOR • STAFF WRITER COVINGTON - The Highland golf team is swinging away in the early going. The Rams competed in three matches after their season opener last Tuesday. More...

Bath volleyball coach expects banner season

BY WILL O'CONNOR • STAFF WRITER WARM SPRINGS - Just before the teams' lunch break, Bath's junior setter Jaimee Vestal steps into the pit. Her teammates line the edges of the court clapping and cheering her on. More...



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