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Breakthrough in Lyme Disease Treatment

By Abby Dufour / July 10, 2019

There’s been a breakthrough in Lyme disease treatment that will help researchers improve diagnostic tests and may lead to new treatment options for patients suffering with Lyme.

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Highland Children’s House On Path To Opening in Mid-August

By Chris Swecker / July 10, 2019

Director Callie Smith discusses progress on a new childcare service in Highland County set to operate soon as a nonprofit organization out of the Highland Center.

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WVU Extension Agent Greg Hamons talks Soil PH, Invasive Species, Bee Keeping and 4-H

By Tim Walker / July 8, 2019

“It amazes me really that the number of Barberry you see as ornamental plants that you see still in landscapes. They have actually declared that as an invasive species that they are not going to let some of these home improvement stores sell anymore” said Greg Hamons.

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Changes Proposed in Military Training Flight Area

By Scott Smith / July 8, 2019

Changes would encompass entire listening area and beyond.

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District Ranger Update for July 2019 part 2

By Abby Dufour / July 6, 2019

This is part 2 of U.S. Forest service Warm Springs and James River district ranger, Elizabeth McNichols, July report.

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District Ranger Update for July 2019 part 1

By Abby Dufour / July 6, 2019

Elizabeth McNichols, from the Warm Springs and James River districts of the George Washington and Jefferson National Forests gives the monthly Ranger report.

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AMR Board Chair/Highland Chamber Of Commerce Director Leaving

By Scott Smith / July 5, 2019

Josh Umar looks to be closer to family.

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Pocahontas County Board of Education Meeting Agenda, Tuesday, 7-9-19

By Tim Walker / July 4, 2019

The Pocahontas County Board of Education will meet at their Office Conference Room in Buckeye on Tuesday, July 9th. This meeting will start at 5:00 p.m. with a work session, followed immediately by the regular meeting.

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Broadband in Rural Virginia

By Abby Dufour / July 4, 2019

The state of Virginia estimates that 600,000 people don’t have high speed broadband. Recently, there has been some progress in making high speed internet more available to Virginians.

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Beware of the Tiny Bad Guys

By Tim Walker / July 4, 2019

We talked with Pocahontas County Extension Agent Greg Hamons about these tiny bad guys that are attacking our plants and trees.

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