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Mullins attends agriculture program at Clemson University
Clintwood High School senior Elizabeth Mullins was among 37 high-achieving students from across the nation who attended the South Carolina Commissioner’s School of Agriculture at Clemson University...
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‘Diamond in the Wilderness’ to be staged Saturday
Dickenson County Historical Society will present “Diamond in the Wilderness” on Saturday, Sept. 13 at 7 p.m. at the Jettie Baker Center, Clintwood. Admission is free. The short play was written by ...
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Organizers readying for autumn festival
Another rainy week. I know rain is good, but sometime it’s just a bit much. In last week’s paper, I had posted that Shirley Hackney wasn’t doing well. I am sorry to say she passed away this past we...
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Extension fair successful in first year
The inaugural Dickenson/Wise County Extension Fair was held on Saturday, Aug. 23 at the Coalfield Agriculture Center on Red Onion Mountain. The Dickenson and Wise County Extension offices collabora...
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Know how to reconnect with family after disasters
Emergencies can happen at any time, so September has been designated National Preparedness Month. Here is what to consider first. Does your family know how to get in touch with each other if you ar...
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Local officials attend Lifelong Learning conference
The Virginia Institute for Lifelong Learning (VAILL) conference was held July 16-18 at Radford University. Linda Allen, Southwest Regional Adult Education (SRAE) program manager, Susan Harris, SRAE...
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Use proper techniques to preserve garden goods
Canning season is in full swing and many folks are canning their garden produce. Canning is a safe and cost-effective way to preserve food. However, in order to enjoy your canned fruits and vegetab...
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Tri-State Gospel Sing planned at Breaks
The 64th annual Tri-State Gospel Sing will be held Labor Day weekend at Breaks Interstate Park. The event will run from Saturday, Aug. 30 through Monday, Sept. 1 at the park amphitheater. “Our staf...
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Touch of autumn already in the air
A big hi to all you readers out there. I received a call from Mr. O’Quinn. I can’t remember his first name, but it was good to hear from him. He said his wife was fine and was going to work some co...
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  • August is National Breastfeeding Month
    by MELODY COUNTS, M.D., M.H.M. • Cumberland Plateau Helath District Director
    08.27.14 - 12:00 am
  • GED credential opens many doors for adults
    by KAREN GENT • Adult Education Connection
    08.20.14 - 12:03 am
  • Fair contest winners announced
    by BRENDA DAVIS • Haysi News
    08.20.14 - 12:02 am
  • End of summer brings lots of garden goods to preserve
    by JEAN RANES • Sandlick News • (276) 865-5453
    08.20.14 - 12:01 am