Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Student of the Week: Draper Lee
Lynchburg News and Advance - Lynchburg,VA,USA
They traveled to quarry sites such as Boxley Materials Co. in Botetourt County and the Alberene Soapstone Co. in Schuyler to collect the rocks. ...

Serious mudslinging: Forest service cracks down on mud boggers on ...
Roanoke Times - Roanoke,VA,USA
... that run through the national forest's Eastern Divide Ranger District, a 370000-acre expanse that stretches from Botetourt County to Tazewell County. ...


SPORTS BRIEFS
Franklin News Post - Rocky Mount,VA,USA
Tuesday, the Eagles travel to Lynchburg to take on EC Glass in a league doubleheader starting at 5:30 pm and Thursday, FCHS visits Lord Botetourt for a ...

Buchanan officials to buy water filtration system
Roanoke Times - Roanoke,VA,USA
The tiny Botetourt County town has been under a boil-water advisory since April 1, when it was discovered that its primary well is influenced by groundwater ...

Buchanan Buying Filtration System
WSET - Lynchburg,VA,USA
Buchanan, VA - Residents in the town of Buchanan will have drinkable water available to them, much sooner than originally planned. The mayor of Buchanan ...

Highway contracted awarded to Pittsylvania County road project
WSLS.com - Roanoke,VA,USA
CHATHAM – AR Coffey & Sons, Inc. of Buchanan, Virginia, was awarded a $397074.35 contract for work on a section of Route 631, Dews Road, in Pittsylvania ...

Historic church gets a facelift
WSLS Newschannel 10 Roanoke Sun, 10 May 2009 16:22 PM PDT
A local church that's been in the area since before the Civil War celebrated some big renovations on Sunday morning. Glade Creek Baptist Church in Blue Ridge was organized in the 1820s.


Roanoke Valley Republicans: The Case For Bill Cleaveland
By Salem Republicans While he has lived in Botetourt for sometime, most of his legal career has actually been in the City of Roanoke, both as a prosecutor, member of a highly respected small firm and as a solo practitioner. He recently moved his office to ...
Roanoke Valley Republicans - http://roanokevalleyrepublicans.blogspot.com/

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