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01-12-24 Weekly Sports Roundup

January 12, 2024

https://pinecast.com/listen/dba717bf-b57a-4410-ae92-b47bea427c96.mp3 THIS IS PISTOL PETE ATKESON WITH THE WEEKLY SPORTS ROUNDUP POCAHONTAS COUNTY SCHOOLS The Warriors girls’ varsity basketball team played Tygarts Valley in a home game on Wednesday Jan 3rd winning 62-34. Three Pocahontas players scored in double figures with O. Vandevender scoring 16, Calli Probst adding 15, and…

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Progress on Pole Agreements with First Energy

January 11, 2024

They still have not had any response from Frontier Communications about their pole proposals to them.

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Pocahontas County Students Do Exceptionally Well in Regional Literature Fair

January 10, 2024

At the Regional Fair, Pocahontas County students had 18 first place winners, including 3 who won Best of Show awards.

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Highland County Museum Announces Annual Meeting and Seeks Family Quilts

January 8, 2024

Highland Historical Society seeks docents and announces new exhibit for spring. Learn more at the annual meeting on January 13.

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Highland County Arts Council Presents Youth Cell Phone Workshop in Collaboration with The Wayne Theatre on January 13

January 8, 2024

Through a Virginia Commission for the Arts matching grant, The Highland County Arts Council is able to provide teaching artists from The Wayne Theatre in Waynesboro locally to students who are interested in the arts.

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Highland County Board of Supervisors Announces Investigation into the Misappropriation of Funds at January Meeting

January 4, 2024

This is part two of our story on the January meeting of the Highland County Board of Supervisors.

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Highland County Board of Supervisors Gives Update on SRO and Announces Comprehensive EMS Plan for Review

January 4, 2024

This is part one of the update on the Board of Supervisors’ January meeting at the Highland County Modular Conference Center.

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01-05-24 Weekly Sports Roundup

January 4, 2024

Scores and stats from the previous week

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WV DHHR Disbanded and Reorganized into Three New Agencies

January 4, 2024

DHHR is now three different new agencies: The Department of Health; The Department of Human Services; and the Department of Health Facilities.

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Highland Roots Market Now Accepts SNAP/EBT Combined with Virginia Fresh Match

January 3, 2024

https://pinecast.com/listen/ac5146f2-25ec-4bed-a83a-37e4765b3e0a.mp3 For Rachel Hiner and Andrew Clark, owners of Highland Roots Market in Monterey, making quality food available for all shoppers in Highland is personal. Here’s Rachel to tell us more:   “After COVID both my husband and I lost our jobs, and we were on unemployment temporarily, and we…

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