Don’t like the weather? Just wait. It is always changing.
The thunderstorms that dumped a torrent of rain on us caused flooding and some power outages.
Remembering Rolling Thunder and Memorial Day
Rolling Thunder may be gone but the day we should remember and honor vets who served and died for their nation remains a special time in our hearts.
Good Grief! Was I ever that young?
Yes, I did have a thick, black beard and a full head of hear back in those days (the 70s).
Vacations, often work-related, and other things to cherish and remember
My wife and I have celebrated trips and meetings with incredible people over more than half a century together. My career as a photojournalist began 60 yers ago and brings many memories to cherish.
Power outages hit Floyd County early Sunday morning
Appalachian Power reports at least 3,455 customers without power in Floyd County early Sunday morning, with failures starting about 0645 hours. The current estimate to
Storms postpone Buffaloes tennis match to close out home schedule
Floyd County High School’s Buffaloes boys varsity tennis team was set to closes out its regular season of home games Tuesday afternoon. against the Radford
Martha Stewart makes the cover of Sports Illustrated’s swimsuit edition at age 81
“This was a rather large challenge. I had to make sure I was ready to pose in a bathing suit. It took a bit of vanity but also a bit of confidence. I thought, “If I’m feeling good enough physically and mentally to do such a thing, I’m up for it.”
Season ending soon for Spring sports
Declining health and increasing age may also bring an end for what I have been doing for the past six decades.
Epes beats Branscom by 69 votes for Commonwealth’s Attorney
A canvass is not a traditional primary election, but it is used often by Republicans to select candidates.
FCHS tennis teams compile winning seasons
The Buffalo boys are 12-1 and the Lady Buffs are 10-2.
In only GOP contested local primary race this year, incumbent Eric Branscom again faces Travis Epes
In the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s race, incumbent Eric Branscom, again, faces Travis Epes in a GOP primary. In a canvass with only one pooling place and just six hours to vote, the key is turnout.