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Highland County Public Library Celebrates 2023 Accomplishments and Hosts Dynamic AI Speaker

By Brit Chambers / January 23, 2024

It was a packed house at the Highland County Public Library as patrons came to hear 2023 year end updates, nominate new board members, and hear local expert Jim Rutt talk about advances in AI.

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01-19-24 Weekly Sports Roundup

By Scott Smith / January 22, 2024

Scores and stats from the previous week

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Highland County Board of Supervisors Accept Long-time County Administrator’s Resignitation at January 17th Meeting

By Brit Chambers / January 21, 2024

Roberta Lambert tenured her resignation on January 2nd and it was accepted by the board in closed session on January 17th. The full letter is available with the story.

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EMS Comprehensive Plan Puts Pressure on Highland County Board of Supervisors at January 17 Meeting

By Brit Chambers / January 21, 2024

Tempers flared between Supervisor Trible and EMS Chief Fialo as discussion of moving all squads under one one license got heated.

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Pocahontas County Arts Council and Parks and Recreation Deliver Annual Reports

By Tim Walker / January 18, 2024

Now, in part 2 of our meeting story, we will describe what else took place at this meeting.

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County Commission Appears Skeptical of Marlinton & Hillsboro VFDs’ Proposal

By Tim Walker / January 17, 2024

Barlow seemed frustrated, and said he is offering all the equipment, vehicles and a station at no cost to the county except salaries

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HMC Restarts Dental Services

By Scott Smith / January 17, 2024

To floss or not to floss – that is the question

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Highland Children’s House Awaits Funding from Youngkin’s State Bill

By Brit Chambers / January 15, 2024

Youngkin’s proposal for early childhood facilities throughout the state could bring $448 million of relief, some of which would boost wages for those working at The Highland Children’s House.

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Shenandoah Community Capital Fund Opens Registration for Winter Session Business Bootcamp

By Brit Chambers / January 15, 2024

Business Bootcamp through the Shenandoah Community Capital Fund helps to fill gaps in education for new business owners. Register by January 25th.

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Virginia Based Alzheimer’s Research Brings Hope to Families

By Brit Chambers / January 15, 2024

Alzheimer’s research coming out of Virginia brings hope to those suffering and the caregivers who support them.

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