Wednesday, May 07, 2008

Community news: Botetourt County staff changes
WSLS.com - Roanoke,VA,USA
With the announcement of long-time Deputy County Administrator Ned McElwaine’s retirement, Botetourt County Administrator Gerald Burgess announced the ...

Botetourt County plans for big retailers
Botetourt County officials want to be ready if a big box retailer comes knocking. Planners next month plan to continue looking at the idea of a big box ordinance.News/Talk 960 WFIR - Top Local Stories - http://www.wfir960.com/

Tincher, Ypparila honored by conference
VT hokiesports.com - Blacksburg,VA,USA
A senior native of Eagle Rock, Va., Tincher was dominant in a single start last week against East Carolina. In just five innings, the ACC's career wins ...

Living Green program set for May 15 in Fincastle
Are you looking for simple ways that can... Three days worth of plastic bottles and grocery bags from a family of five ready for a Botetourt Recycling bin at Lord Botetourt High School -- thinking green fills recycling bins and not landfills.The Roanoke Times: The Botetourt View - http://blogs.roanoke.com/botetourtview/

6th District Convention: Salute to the troops
By SWAC Girl(SWAC Girl) John Hayden, son of Kathy Terry of Botetourt County. In the Navy; stationed at the Portsmouth Navy Hospital. Major Scott Crosby, Air Force, son of Jim and Linda Crosby of Botetourt County. Recently returned from Qatar. ...SWAC Girl - http://swacgirl.blogspot.com/

national teacher day
By admin Only 4 days left to say thank you to those who teach children all over Botetourt County and beyond! The Roanoke Times: The Botetourt View - http://blogs.roanoke.com/botetourtview/. It’s National Teacher Appreciation Day ...Lasts information - http://appleiphonenews.cn

Webcast: Lord Botetourt soccer "really coming on"
...Sportswriters Robert Anderson and Aaron McFarling drop some praise on Lord Botetourt's soccer team on this week's Varsity Cast, our weekly high school sports webcast. See what they have to say about Lord Botetourt here -- just stick ...The Roanoke Times: The Botetourt View - http://blogs.roanoke.com/botetourtview/

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