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WASHINGTON — Farm Service Agency Administrator Val Dolcini recently announced that the U.S. Department of Agriculture will begin mailing ballots to eligible farmers and ranchers across the country for
Eighty-five year old Ray Ottinger stood on the side of State Street as Twin City firefighters raised the American flag on Saturday morning for the Veterans Day Parade.
ROCKY MOUNT, Va. — Franklin County has long been known as the moonshine capital of the world. Now, it’s taking advantage of that title.
ABINGDON, Va. — As part of Virginia Highlands Community College's Arts Array Film Series "5 Flights Up" will be shown at Abingdon Cinemall on Nov. 16 and Nov. 17.
BRISTOL, Va. – Two Virginia Middle School students gave members of a state committee on standardized testing some things to consider during their recent testimony.
Women-owned businesses in Virginia are smaller than the average firm, but they are growing faster than other businesses in the state.
ABINGDON, Va. – The request to delay final reading of a rezoning request for property that would be used for a new Food City store in the Exit 17 area was made so more information could be presented t
BRISTOL, Tenn. -- Colors are beginning to pop at the Ida S. Jones Community Tennis Center.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation is accepting entries for the 2016 National Missing Children's Day Poster contest.
ELIZABETHTON, Tenn. — Coming up on Veteran's Day weekend folks will be able to experience a walk through of more than 200 years of history of the American soldier.
GLADE SPRING, Va. -- The popular Foxfire Series inspired new programs at the Glade Spring branch library. The next program is a salt making demonstration, today at 11 a.m.
King University has been designated a 2016 Military Friendly School by Victory Media, the leader in successfully connecting the military and civilian worlds, and publisher of G.I. Jobs, STEM JobsSM an
BRISTOL, Va. — City leaders are concerned about media speculation regarding a potential buyout of Cabela’s, but Mayor Archie Hubbard said Friday it’s too soon to worry.
ABINGDON, Va. – Students at E.B. Stanley Middle School honored nearly 30 local veterans in their second annual service Friday morning, but they got a nice surprise when the veterans turned the tables
ABINGDON, Va. — All the candidates endorsed by the newly formed Washington County Independent Neighbors won in Tuesday’s election and voter turnout increased in their districts, according to a WIN off
BRISTOL, Va. — There are only some steps the federal government can take to aid the plight of the working poor, U.S. Rep. Phil Roe said Friday.
BRISTOL, Va. — City leaders are considering an unsolicited proposal to privatize operations at Clear Creek Golf Course, which is currently municipally owned and operated.
KINGSPORT, Tenn. — Edwin C. Bearrs, chief historian emeritus of the National Park Service, will present a lecture on "The Impact of the Native Americans during the Civil War" on Nov. 9.
ABINGDON, Va.—A free digital fingerprint and photo safety program called Operation Kidsafe will be offered at First Community Bank in Abingdon Nov. 16-20.
GLADE SPRING, Va. -- The popular Foxfire Series inspired new programs at the Glade Spring branch library. The next program is a salt making demonstration, tomorrow at 11 a.m.