Saturday, May 14, 2011

My apologies for the lack of posts. As some of you may know, blogger has been down for a few days and I was unable to access the site.


Botetourt Bankshares Inc. posts net loss for first quarter - www.roanoke.com
Roanoke Times Fri, 13 May 2011 22:45 PM PDT
The parent corporation of Bank of Botetourt on Friday reported a net loss of $323,479 for the first quarter, compared with net income of $316,151 for the same period last year.



Covenant Ousted In NCCAA Softball World Series
The Chattanoogan Fri, 13 May 2011 12:47 PM PDT
BOTETOURT CO., Va - After winning a school record 22 games this season, the Covenant Lady Scots season came to a close Friday afternoon at the hands of Central Baptist College as the Mustangs defeated Covenant 4-0 in a losers̢۪ bracket game at the 2011 NCCAA Softball World Series.


Lady Scots Fall In Extra Innings In Opening Round Of NCCAA World Series
The Chattanoogan Fri, 13 May 2011 04:32 AM PDT
BOTETOURT CO., Va. -- After a 1 hour and 15 minute rain delay, the Covenant Lady Scots and the North Greenville Lady Crusaders decided they wanted to spend even more time at the ballpark at the 2011 NCCAA Softball World Series. 


 Commonwealth Attorney Tom Garrett to run for senate seat
Fredericksburg.com
The 22nd district was in the Botetourt area, but the recently completed redistricting process moved it east. It now runs from Amherst County through ...


High school notebook: Rocco hired at Covenant
Nelson County Times
They close their regular season with games at Amherst today and Charlottesville on Saturday before hosting Brookville on Tuesday and Lord Botetourt next ...


Lady Jackets drop NCCAA opener in extra innings
Yellow Jackets Sports Information
TROUTVILLE, Va. - No. 6 Campbellsville exploded for seven runs in the eighth inning to defeat the No. 3 Lady Jackets, 8-1, in the first round of the NCCAA ...


Auto racing roundup
Winston-Salem Journal
Winners last Saturday in Farmington's weekly series were Carlton Coleman of Troutville, Va. (Top Eliminator), JW Ray of Winston-Salem (Foot Brake) and James ...


   

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