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The Snowshoe Foundation’s Treasure on the Mountain Event Part 1

By Scott Smith / July 25, 2024

The Foundation uses profits from the event to fund local community needs

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Pocahontas County FRN Held Open House for their “Granfamilies” Program

By Tim Walker / July 25, 2024

This support includes basic family supplies and financial support, but also provides an opportunity for the members to get together and support each other.

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A Few Good Minutes With Lieutenant Jeff Grimm

By Danny Cardwell / July 24, 2024

Lieutenant Jeff Grimm from the Bath County Sheriff’s Office joined Danny in the WCHG Studio to talk National Night Out Against Crime. The National Night Out is a community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie. Jeff talked about community, his journey into law enforcement and bluegrass. Bath County…

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Get Caught Up in the Magic of Fireflies

By Brit Chambers / July 24, 2024

Now seems to be the height of fireflies up in Highland, a little later than down in the valley where it’s warmer. They prefer old hayfields and grassy fields near rivers, away from light.

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WV Is Home to Blue Crawdads

By Heather Niday / July 23, 2024

Meet the Blue Crawdads of West Virginia

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Highland County Board of Supervisors Tables Hiring of Chief Amid Recall Hearing

By Brit Chambers / July 19, 2024

Supervisor Chair Henry Budzinski has been very vocal about the need to fill the position immediately with the right candidate, stating that it’s bad for the county and EMS personnel to be “chief-less.”

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Local Author Ginny Neil to Present her Work “A Whale of a Tale”

By Brit Chambers / July 19, 2024

A final performance will take place the evening of July 27. Those interested in participating should contact Ginny Neil at 540-396-6149 or virginianeil@yahoo.com.

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Highland School Board Up Against Deadline to Provide Options through Valley Career and Technical Center with their School Year Starting August 7

By Brit Chambers / July 19, 2024

Superintendent Dr. Drew Maerz assured members of the Highland County School board that Valley Career and Technical Center could provide education for Highland students as early as this fall, but classes start on August 7. Highland County does not begin school until September 3 with teacher work days starting August 19.

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Highland County Tourism Council to Update Popular Barn Quilt Brochure

By Brit Chambers / July 19, 2024

The Highland County Tourism Council is asking for the community’s help in updating the barn quilt trail brochure. I sat down with Highland County Tourism Council Executive Director Chris Swecker to learn more.

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Highland County 4H Sends Five Delegates to the Dominican Republic This Summer

By Brit Chambers / July 19, 2024

The 4H delegates are currently in the Dominican Republic having left on July 15 and returning July 24.

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