Montgomery County Land Transfers For September, 2018

The following land transfers were recorded in the Montgomery County Courthouse in September: Karin R. Brosius to Terry R. Hamlin, no description listed, $338,000 ...

Labor union announces second partnership with Virginia community colleges to train pipeline workers

The Laborers’ International Union of North America, LIUNA, has entered into a second groundbreaking agreement with the Virginia Community College System to train local...

Pets-of-the-week

Each Saturday the paper features a dog and a cat from the Montgomery County Animal Care and Adoption Center (480 Cinnabar Road, Christiansburg). Those interested...

NAACP seeks answers in jail death of Radford University student

Heather Bell The Virginia State Conference NAACP and the Montgomery-Radford-Floyd NAACP are asking for further explanation in the recent death of an 18-year-old Radford University...

ReStore celebrating its 5th anniversary Saturday

Habitat for Humanity of the NRV and the New River Valley TimeBank will co-host a day of celebration beginning 9 a.m. Saturday at the...

13th annual police officers’ memorial ceremony is May 22

On Monday May 22, 2017 at 5 p.m., the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office will host the 13th Annual Fallen Officers’ Memorial Ceremony at the...

Guaranteed Loan Program

FSA guaranteed loans allow lenders to provide agricultural credit to farmers who do not meet the lender's normal underwriting criteria. Farmers and ranchers apply...

Virginia Techniques gymnastics team recipient of U.S. Cellular Community Connections Sponsorship

CHRISTIANSBURG – The Virginia Techniques Gymnastics Team has received $370 from U.S. Cellular Community Connections, a program that provides sponsorship support to help youth...

Six Degrees of the MCEAP Thrift Store

Jennifer Poff Cooper Contributing writer CHRISTIANSBURG—In mid August, the MCEAP Thrift Store & More posted the following on its Facebook page, “We received this framed picture...

POP planters popping up along Radford’s Main Street

Heather Bell RADFORD- The city’s main business corridor is a lot more colorful these days, thanks to planter pots installed through the new POP program,...

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