February 16, 2017 RSS feed / Home & Property

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• During Tuesday’s Bath County supervisors’ meeting, the board approved a request from the Hot Springs Volunteer Fire Department for $225,000 for a new ladder truck. More...

Sports show set for Feb. 24-26 at Expoland

FISHERSVILLE — The 30th annual Western Virginia Sport Show will be held Feb. 24-26, at Augusta Expoland in Fishersville. More...

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Musical group The Bumper Jacksons from the Washington, D.C. area, provided a workshop for Allegheny Mountain Strings Project and other music students Saturday, Feb. 11. More...

Camp honored for safety record

MILLBORO — Camp Mont Shenandoah has been recognized once again by insurance company Markel Specialty Commercial for its Safety 1st designation, one received by 57 youth camps.  Each year, Markel honors policyholders who have shown an excep More...

Association has long history of serving local cattlemen

MONTEREY – Marking the 55th year since its incorporation, the Highland-Bath Cattle Association encourages cattle producers from Highland, Bath, Pendleton, and Pocahontas counties to join its ranks in 2017. More...

Highland’s NWTF chapter receives top state award

ROANOKE — The Little Switzerland Strutters, the Highland County chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation, recently received 11 awards, including the top honor as the 2016 Number One Chapter in the state.  More...

Award-winning film to be shown in Monterey

MONTEREY — “Troubled Waters: Voices from Bath,” winner of the 2017 RVA Environmental Film Festival, will be shown in Monterey on Friday, Feb. 24 at 7 pm at The Highland Center. More...

Delegate’s bills move forward in General Assembly

RICHMOND – Following “crossover” day Feb. 9 at the General Assembly, Del. Richard P. “Dickie” Bell had 11 bills and two resolutions that passed in the House of Delegates and will be considered by the State Senate.  More...

New ‘youth only’ stocked trout waters announced

RICHMOND — Sharing the joy of catching a colorful brook, brown, or rainbow trout in Virginia’s waterways with a youngster is now a little bit easier. More...

4-H leadership applications available

BATH and HIGHLAND— Have you been a past camper at Junior 4-H Camp and are now ready to be a leader? Consider joining the Bath/Highland teen group as a Counselor-in-Training or a teen counselor this summer for 4-H Camp. Those age 13 as of Jan. More...


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