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Recent articles by Bruce:

Hometown family reaches out to help tornado victims

Michael Young reached out and talked with a Baptist minister who had just the people for him to help. → Read More

Covington clock getting facelift

Right now it’s in the shop for a renovation as well as some TLC → Read More

Health Department organizing COVID testing events

It’s a challenge that health and public safety officials were hoping was coming to an end. → Read More

Alleghany Sheriff’s Office raises money for K-9 kevlar vests

The vests would protect them from stabbing and common handguns. → Read More

Rockbridge Farmers Co-op sees customers preparing for snow

It was a constant stream of customers wanting all things snowy. → Read More

Clifton Forge mayor unexpectedly resigns

Mayor Pam Marshall handed in a letter of resignation shortly before a meeting of the town council. → Read More

Even Mr. G’s Donut wagon sees supply chain issues

While other businesses struggled through the pandemic, Mr. G’s saw an increase in business. → Read More

Buena Vista schools deal with supply chain issues

Some lunch menus have been shifted and other changes made as supplies have not arrived as expected. → Read More

Green Bank Observatory calls for proposals

While there are particular areas the Green Bank Telescope -- or GBT -- is suited for, they often see new and interesting ideas. → Read More

Two Rockbridge area meal delivery programs become one

The two had worked hand in hand for years, with Meals for Shut Ins focusing on just the city of Lexington. → Read More

Roads clear after snow in Shenandoah Valley, Alleghany Highlands

Amounts of snow each area received varied widely, and the effects were less severe than Monday’s storm. → Read More

Virginia Safari Park’s animals go with the flow of winter

Even the ones from Africa and South America are untroubled by the wintry weather. → Read More

Buena Vista students host “Heroes’ Breakfast”

The students began their preparations for the early meal starting at 4 a.m. → Read More

Famous codebreakers sent Christmas cards in code

One card had a piece of music that translates into a code, another a binary code in a tree. → Read More

Lexington Farmers Market faces license quandary

The city says they feel their hands are tied. → Read More

Rockbridge Chamber of Commerce gathers for second annual get-together

They had light refreshments and supported local charities. → Read More

103-year-old vet gets special honor

Carl Planck was presented with a 70-year Masonic Veteran’s pin and certificate by local Masons in a short ceremony. → Read More

The “Patron Saint of Lost Dogs” helps bring pets home

It’s a bigger project than you’d expect, rescuing a lost dog. → Read More

St. Nicholas stops by Lexington

December 6th is his feast day in the church calendar. → Read More

Alleghany Highlands Industrial Heritage & Technology Discovery Center has soft open

It uses machinery and other artifacts as a vehicle for talking about the area’s history → Read More