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You Can Vote for a Highland County Entry in Virginia’s Top 10 Endangered Artifacts Contest

By Bonnie Ralston / January 13, 2021

You can vote daily through January 20

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Highland Medical Center Begins COVID Vaccinations

By Scott Smith / January 13, 2021

Vaccinations for persons 75 and older begin next week

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Highland Schools Return To In Person Education January 19th

By Scott Smith / January 13, 2021

New protocols put in place to guide future COVID related closures

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Pocahontas County Grandparents Face Charges Over Injuries to their 5-Year-Old Grandson

By Tim Walker / January 11, 2021

Physicians at the medical center contacted police when they discovered the boy had “extremely severe” facial and head injuries, and also appeared to be the victim of “gross child neglect” which included severe anemia and malnutrition.

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Highland County Board of Supervisors January 2021 Meeting

By Bonnie Ralston / January 11, 2021

The Highland County Board of Supervisors held it’s first monthly meeting of 2021 on January 5th.  The Board took care of organizational items for the new year. Harry Sponaugle was elected Chairman for 2021 and John Moyers, Jr. was elected Vice-Chair. The Board adopted Rules of Procedure with no changes…

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Highland County Supervisors Hold Work Session on Proposed EMS Ordinance

By Bonnie Ralston / January 9, 2021

Volunteer EMS Opposed to Ordinance Language While Supervisors Stress It Is a Draft

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Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources Discontinuing Game Check Stations

By Bonnie Ralston / January 7, 2021

Electronic Harvest Reporting Goes into Effect September 2021

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Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative Outlines Ways To Pay Bills

By Scott Smith / January 7, 2021

Cooperative acknowledges postal service issues have made paper bills late, and they will not disconnect resident members’ services

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Pocahontas BOE Has Some Hard Decisions to Make

By Tim Walker / January 6, 2021

During their review of their school re-entry plan at their January 5th meeting, the Pocahontas County Board of Education was forced to consider Governor Justice’s updated school re-entry regulations.

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Pocahontas Memorial Hospital Approved for 5.7 Million Dollar USDA Rural Development Loan

By Tim Walker / January 6, 2021

At their January 5th Regular Meeting, the Pocahontas county Commissioners revealed that Pocahontas Memorial Hospital has been approved for a 5.7-million-dollar Rural Development renovation loan by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA.) The approval came just before Christmas.

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