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MEOC Walkathon: 40 and still going strong
It started modestly enough: it was called Senior Saturday, as proclaimed by the Wise County Board of Supervisors, and it was held on May 1, 1976. Its purpose? To extend a helping hand to elderly pe...
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Experience America’s first frontier this weekend
DUFFIELD — The Appalachian Mountains were a cosmopolitan place in the late 1700s, resounding with the voices of settlers, colonial leaders, Native Americans, traders, slaves — men, women and childr...
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Mother of two autistic children redefines ‘normal’
As the mother of two autistic children, Martha Davis understands that her world may not be what most people would consider “normal.” But then, her tireless efforts to support her children and impro...
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Tipton scholarship and concert
From left, UVa-Wise’s Donald Sorah, Benji Cantrell and Rick Galyean, 2016 Tipton Scholarship recipient Christopher ‘Bubba’ Burke, Angie Tipton, and UVa-Wise’s Hannah Ryan, Peter Ryan and Suzanna Ma...
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Council candidate’s residence sparks concern
Robert C. Bloomer told The Post he changed his voting locality with the idea of running for Big Stone Gap town council. Bloomer’s candidacy sparked questions about whether he met the residency requ...
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Highway 58 yard sale planned
Inspired by “The World’s Longest Yard Sale” and similar events, a Big Stone Gap merchants’ group is planning the first-ever U.S. Highway 58 yard sale. “The World’s Longest Yard Sale” claims to span...
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Second annual river cleanup is April 23
Eighty-six and 1.56. Those were key numbers from the first Powell River cleanup in Appalachia, held last April. About 86 people, including clubs, student groups and businesses, participated in last...
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CASA volunteers stand ready to serve
WISE — Having been sworn in by the court, a group of new and returning CASA volunteers stands ready to help make a difference in children’s lives. Judges Elizabeth S. Wills and Ronald Elkins of the...
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