December 16, 2010 RSS feed / Top News

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United States Marine Corps Corporal Nicholas Henn was handing out candy canes when the Buckingham Branch Railroad Toys For Tots train stopped in Millboro Saturday morning. More...

Airport authority gets $20,000

Citizens, board discuss tourism dollars

WARM SPRINGS — Ingalls Field will continue to operate, thanks to a $20,000 appropriation to the Bath County Airport Authority from the Bath County Board of Supervisors Tuesday. More...

In Brief ...

Highland County Board of Supervisors

• Mike Henry of the Virginia Department of Transportation told the Highland supervisors Tuesday that VDOT had been busy the last month clearing leaves, cutting brush and preparing for snow. More...

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The Shrine of the Sacred Heart recently made a donation to the Bath County Christmas Mother program. Kathy McCollum, left, presented the donation to Christmas Mother Becky White. More...

Millboro Christmas Parade winners

MILLBORO — Winners in Saturday’s Millboro Christmas Parade were as follows: • Judges Choice — 1981 antique GMC fire engine owned by the Fisher family. More...

Special Sections

Sports

Bath squad speedy on hardwood

WARM SPRINGS — While this year’s Bath County Chargers may not produce a third 1000- point career scorer in a row (Gates Herscher in 2009 and Eric Gentry in 2010) the Chargers have the roster to go far in the 2011 postseason. More...

Chargers runner-up in Rotary Tourney

Bath 70, Covington 68 LOW MOOR — The Bath County Chargers opened the basketball season with an exciting win over the Covington Cougars in the 14th annual Covington/Hot Springs Rotary Club basketball tournament sponsored by SHENTEL Friday ni More...

Rams return experienced starting 5

MONTEREY — The Highland County Ram basketball team has but a few reserves but coach Mike Warf thinks the eight men he has on the roster have more than enough expertise to get the job done. More...

Sheriff's Report

Sheriff’s Report

• Dec. 5 — Deputy Robert W. Plecker responded to a report of an injured deer in the roadway in the Ashwood area. • Dec. 6 — Plecker responded to a report of a breaking and entering on Grandview Road. • Dec. More...

Letters

Innocent children seem to understand value of life

Editor, The Recorder, This is the time of year most of us in rural and urban areas try to help our wild animal friends make it through the harsh winter weather. More...

Opinions & Commentary

Pictorial

The Christmas spirit permeated Millboro Saturday afternoon when the annual Millboro Christmas Parade, led by this group of walkers from Millboro Presbyterian Church, was held. More...

Blue Ribbon school has the blues?

Highland High School is a Blue Ribbon School of Excellence. The national award confirms what we have known all along: our schools are a great place to send our children to prepare for the duties and responsibilities of adulthood More...

Near Death Party no fun at all

A Party of One

Have you missed anything in these Recorder pages the past month or so? I wonder. Have you thought to yourself, “Where’s the fluff and puff from Margo Oxendine?” Have you wondered, perhaps, “Did they finally fire her?” More...

Blue Ribbon status at HHS is celebrated

MONTEREY — The high school band played as the last few made their way to the folding chairs on the gym floor for guests. The bleachers were filled, mostly with teachers, students and staff from elementary through high school. More...

Deeds seeks re-election

HOT SPRINGS — In an e-mail to supporters, Bath County Democrat Creigh Deeds announced last week he intends to seek re-election to the Virginia Senate in the November 2011 election. More...

Tracy’s home!

MONTEREY — Friday evening, Patricia and Harold Chapman got what they wanted for Christmas — to bring their daughter, Tracy, home. More...

Bath needs more volunteers

Emergency services coordinator says situation critical

WARM SPRINGS — “We need more help.” That’s how Bath County emergency services coordinator Andy Seabolt described the current state of emergency medical services. More...

Tourism plan refined

MONTEREY — The Highland Economic Development Authority’s tourism subcommittee reviewed the draft tourism plan last Thursday with Randy Rose of the Virginia Tourism Corporation. More...

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Volunteers were busy Tuesday morning preparing food boxes for distribution through the Bath County Christmas Mother program. More...

Planners cancel meeting

WARM SPRINGS — The Bath County Planning Commission has canceled its December meeting, originally scheduled for Dec. 27. The next scheduled planning commission meeting will be Jan. 24, 2011 at 7 p.m. in the Bath County Courthouse. More...

Tis’ the season ...

It’s that season of they year — a time to touch base with loved ones who are away from home. More...

Obituaries

Everett J. Terry

HARRISONBURG — Everett Junior Terry, 70, went to be with his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on Dec. 10, 2010 at Rockingham Memorial Hospital. More...

Schools

School bonuses clear final hurdle

WARM SPRINGS — Money from the federal Education Jobs Program was appropriated to the correct line items in the school budget Tuesday by the Bath County Board of Supervisors, making it official school employees will receive bonuses. More...

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The SCA at Valley Elementary School collected canned food and toiletry items for the Christmas Mother program. More...

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Millboro Elementary School students shared a pancake breakfast with Santa Claus on Dec. 11 at the school. More...

Home & Property

‘Share the Season’ kicks off in Bath

HOT SPRINGS — The Bath County Chamber of Commerce hosts its third “Share the Season” Shop Locally campaign on Saturday, Dec. 18. More...

Early Files

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A six-foot Christmas Star was constructed by Highland High School vocational-technical training students. The SCAsponsored decoration was hung on the outside of the school gym last week. More...

Chamber seeks female job applicants

Editor’s note: The following article was gleaned from the Aug. 16, 1962 edition of The Recorder. Joseph C. Pritchard was editor and publisher. More...

Pilot operation to begin in Monterey

Editor’s note: The following article was gleaned from the Aug. 30, 1962 edition. More...


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