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Past articles by Bruce:

Rockbridge Jail staff looks for most seasonal beard

They held a Beards for Santa contest. → Read More

Lexington post box sends letters directly to Santa

The box was inspired by family memories of putting letters to Santa in similar mailboxes in years past. → Read More

Lexington Ghost Tours celebrates 25 years

After 25 years, the popular tour is now nationally known. → Read More

Rockbridge Regional Fair opens in new location

The Rockbridge Fair is back after last year’s COVID cancellation and a wary eye on recent surges. → Read More

Virginia Safari Park welcomes two new tiger cubs

They join the park’s older tiger, Lilly, although the tigers don’t share the area at the same time. → Read More

Competitors use traditional moves at North American Reining Stakes

They ride maneuvers and patterns that replicate what you might see herding out West. → Read More

Hull’s Drive-In passes halfway point in fundraising for land

The drive-in has always leased the land it's on from a local family, even when it was a commercial operation in the 50s. → Read More

Rockbridge tourist attractions doing well after COVID

The crowds are back, although it’s not that they ever went anywhere. → Read More

Vaccine clinics held at Hull’s Drive-In

It’s an effort to get to those people who haven’t gotten their vaccine, not so much out of fear or refusal, but convenience. → Read More

97-year-old claims diploma from Virginia high school

It was the very first time they passed out diplomas outside, on the football field. But for one recipient, it was a long time coming. → Read More

White’s Travel Center starts regular vaccine clinic for truckers

They plan to have the clinic every Tuesday through Thursday throughout the summer. → Read More

Bear encounters are a seasonal thing

Though you may see more of them, the population of bears is actually pretty steady. → Read More

VMI’s first female commander of cadets takes over

As they approach graduation this weekend VMI saw another change as the first female commander of the corps of cadets took over. → Read More

New encounters available at Virginia Safari Park

In addition to the traditional drive-thru, the park now has close-up encounters with rhinos, sloths and penguins. → Read More

VMI board votes to remove Jackson name from arch, hall

The VMI Board of Visitors voted to remove the name of Confederate General “Stonewall” Jackson from Jackson Memorial Hall and the arch that is the main entrance to the Old Barracks. → Read More

VMI cadet’s post goes viral

First Classman Bradey Biller says he was on duty last week when a cadet brought a $100 bill into the guard room. → Read More

Lexington celebrates new businesses despite pandemic downturn

“We have 12 new businesses that have opened since this time last year,” said Rebecca Logan, the executive director of Main Street Lexington. → Read More

Natural Bridge State Park gets dark sky certification

The park has been certified as an International Dark Sky Park, which means that the absence of city lights nearby makes it easier for visitors to see stars and other nighttime phenomenon. → Read More

Washington and Lee students demand name change

Washington and Lee University students walked out of classes to demand the school change its name. → Read More

Highland County businesses hope for customers even without festival

Places like the Sugar Tree Country Store in McDowell are hanging out the “Open” flag and getting ready to serve not only syrup, but food. → Read More