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An end and a beginning
The jubilant J.I. Burton High School Class of 2015 celebrates Friday after receiving diplomas. Norton’s high school was the first in the area to hold commencement ceremonies. Eastside High seniors ...
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Pound eyes current finances, looks ahead
POUND — Before it got to a public hearing Tuesday on its proposed nearly $2 million budget, Town Council first zeroed in on its immediate financial status and outstanding bills of almost $188,000 t...
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Pool site sought for playground
NORTON — What was once the city’s municipal pool on East Park Avenue is now a big repository for fill dirt. From a vantage point next door, what Norton Elementary and Middle School sees is an oppor...
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Meeting to focus on tunnel at state line
Most folks know that Virginia and Kentucky connect where U.S. 23 crosses the mountain at Pound Gap but lesser known is that the two commonwealths are linked by an old railroad passage through that ...
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Hospital road to close partially for repairs
By the middle of next week, the city of Norton expects to close the downhill lane of Third Street, the steep road that accesses Mountain View Regional Medical Center. Last fall or early winter, cit...
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Open your heart and your home: Region is in great need of more foster parents
WISE — Cheerful and alert at a National Foster Care Month gathering on the courthouse lawn, the baby boy beamed so brightly he drew people near to admire this bundle of joy. The little boy has been...
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Town manager runs in election
As election deadlines draw near, Coeburn Town Manager Drew Mullins confirmed Wednesday he is mounting an independent campaign for District Four county supervisor. Mullins said he had considered see...
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