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NEWS ARCHIVE

February 2014

 Friday February 28, 2014

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

PCPS Student Attendance Tops 95% YTD.mp3

PHCC EMS Programs Accepting Applications.mp3

Patrick County Young Professionals Group Being Formed.mp3

More than $4,000 Raised for Boy Scouting in Patrick County.mp3

Ararat Woman Charged with Grand Larceny.mp3

 

 Thursday February 27, 2014

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Lower than Projected Enrollment May Cost County Schools Up to $500,000.mp3

TAC Busy Promoting Patrick County to Tourists.mp3

40 Businesses Showcased at Chamber of Commerce Expo.mp3

Adkins to Run for State Senate.mp3

Woolwine Woman Faces Felony Fraudulent Conversion Charge.mp3

 

 Wednesday February 26, 2014

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

School Board Approves Updated Concussion Policy.mp3

School Board Members and Clerk Honored.mp3

Patrick County School Bus Drivers Being Honored Today.mp3

Open House for Newly-Renovated Pioneer Hospital Patient Rooms Thursday.mp3

Empty Bowl Fund-Raiser Will Benefit Food Bank.mp3l

Del. Poindexter Foresees Possible Budget Stalemate over Obamacare Medicaid Expansion.mp3

 

 Tuesday February 25, 2014

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

School Board to Meet with VSBA Official to Discuss Superintendent Search.mp3

Committee Named to Review Design of New Stuart Fire Dept. Facility.mp3

May 3 Application Deadline for Real Estate Tax Relief for Elderly and Hanicaped.mp3

Chamber and Hospice Present Living Will Executive Lunch Program.mp3

New Philpott Lake Marina in Henry County Completed.mp3

PHCC Promotes RN Class.mp3

PHCC Scholarship Applications Being Accepted.mp3


Patrick Henry Community Watch Meeting

The Patrick Henry Community Watch group meets Monday evening, March 3rd, at 7 p.m. in the Patrick Henry Fire Department located at 3125 County Line Road.
Investigator Danny Martin will present information about the purpose and effectiveness of the Sheriff’s Office FaceBook page. That FaceBook page provides information to citizens; and in return citizens regularly provide information to the Sheriff’s Office that leads to the arrest of criminals.

This presentation is open to the public and everyone is welcome to participate. You may contact Deputy Tyler Wilson or Sheriff Dan Smith at the Patrick County Sheriff’s Office, 694-3161, for additional information.
 

 Monday February 24, 2014

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Newfound Spirit of Cooperation Between BOS and School Board.mp3

Power Outage Affects Over 1,000 Patrick County Apco Customers.mp3

Stuart Wastewater Treatment Plant Grant Funding Sought.mp3

Openings Available for Blue Ridge Business Expo.mp3

Meadows of Dan Man Arrested on Felony Firearms Charges.mp3

VDOT Road Report.mp3


Give Your Child an Early Head Start with STEP

Being a parent is one of the most challenging – and rewarding – jobs you will ever face. Our Head Start and Early Head Start programs recognize parents as their child’s primary teacher, together we will prepare your child for a life-time of learning. Head Start and Early Head Start gives you the encouragement, support, and tools you need to guide and grow your family.

Home-Based

Families receive a weekly home visit from a specially trained Family Educator who brings activities and materials to promote your child’s development, health, and education. Enrolled families that are expecting, receive up -to-date information on fetal development and are inspired to embrace a healthy lifestyle. All families enjoy socialization activities or play groups twice a month.
Early Head Start Center-Based Infants and Toddlers
Two teachers provide attentive, consistent, and individualized care in a classroom environment with peers of the same age and growth development. Early Head Start classrooms are limited to 8 children and we serve children from ages 6-weeks to 3 years old. Our program is a wonderful option for parents who are working or attending school. Early Head Start classrooms are located in Stuart.

Head Start Prepares Your Child for a Lifetime of Learning

Head Start offers high-quality early childhood education for children ages 3-5 years. Staff provides lessons that meet individual children’s needs across all the areas of development and help to prepare them for kindergarten. In addition, staff establishes partnerships with parents, educate them on child development, and support their relationships with their children. Head Start classrooms are located in Stuart, Patrick Springs, and Ararat.
We require the follow documents to process and application for the Head Start and Early Head Start programs.
1. STEP, Inc. Head Start/Early Head Start Application
2. Verification of income (for example: Paycheck stub, most recent income tax form, assistance award letter)
3. Verification of your child’s age (Birth certificate, Proof of Birth from Hospital)
4. Verification of address (utility bill, rental agreement)


If you have any questions about our Head Start/Early Head Start Program or would like an application mailed to you, please call (276) 694-2239. If you would like to visit our office, we are located at 4559 Wayside Rd. in Stuart.

Mission Statement
To provide exceptional services for people seeking to improve their quality of life through community, economic, personal and family development.
 


EMS applications open at PHCC

Patrick Henry Community College’s Emergency Medical Services (EMS)-Paramedic programs are currently accepting applications for the 2014 academic school year.
The application period is from Feb. 24 through March 31. Applications can be downloaded from www.patrickhenry.edu/healthcareers
PHCC offers several emergency services programs. The Emergency Medical Technician – Basic program is designed to prepare students to take the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians and the Virginia Office of EMS Emergency Medical Technician certification exam.
Students completing the Emergency Medical Technician – Intermediate program are eligible to sit for the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians EMT-Intermediate certification exam.
The Emergency Medical Technician – Paramedic program prepares students to take the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians Paramedic certification exam.
Successful completion of these programs allows students to serve in a variety of health service fields such as pre-hospital EMS agencies, fire departments, nursing homes or physician’s offices.
After completing an application, they should be printed and mailed to Patrick Henry Community College, Kari Whitney, EMS Program Coordinator at 645 Patriot Ave., Martinsville, Va. 24112.
Applicants need to include all required documents with the application. For additional information about the application process, call (276) 656-0328 or email kwhitney@patrickhenry.edu
 


PATRICK COUNTY

        * ROUTE 771 SLOPE MAINTENANCE -  Route 771 (Willis Gap Mountain Road) is closed to through traffic between Route 677 (Orchard View Drive) and the Blue Ridge Parkway.  This closure is necessary to perform slope stabilization work. Detour signs will be in place to control traffic.  

        * ROUTE 710 BRIDGE WORK – On Monday, Feb. 24, flaggers will control traffic on Route 710 (Woods Gap Road) for repairs to the bridge over Little Widgeon Creek on weekdays during daylight hours.

        * ROUTE 57 GUARDRAIL INSTALLATIONS – Lane closures will be in place Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. from Goblintown Road to the Henry County line for the installation of guardrail.

        * UNPAVED ROAD MAINTENANCE – Crews will be working on various secondary non-hard surface roads grading and replacing stone with periodic lane closures during daylight hours on weekdays.  Watch for flaggers controlling traffic.

 

 Friday February 21, 2014

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Patrick County Real Estate Reassessment Well In Progress.mp3

PCHS Program of Studies Approved.mp3

PCHS Distinguished Service Award Nominees Sought.mp3

Town BPOL Ordinance Updated.mp3

F.I.T. Stuart Program to Begin Anew.mp3

 

 Thursday February 20, 2014

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Liaison Committee Meeting Reopens Communication Between Governing Boards.mp3

Sunday Hunting to Become Law.mp3

Reynolds Homestead Recruiting Volunteers.mp3

Poindexter's Meth Bill Killed While Stanley's Passes.mp3


PATRICK COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL BAND BOOSTERS
ANNUAL REVERSE DRAWING
$10,000 CASH GIVE-A-WAY

Saturday, March 15, 2014

Tickets available for $100 from any band member. Each ticket sold must be represented at the event, but not necessarily by the purchaser. The purchaser may designate a representative.

The first number drawn from the hopper will win $500.00.

The 1st ticket drawn, 25th ticket drawn, the 50th ticket drawn, the 75th ticket drawn, the 100th ticket drawn, the 125th ticket drawn, the 150th ticket drawn, the 175th ticket drawn, the 200th ticket drawn, and the 225th ticket drawn will win $500.00 each.

The Band Boosters will be selling chances on Ticket #250 during the evening at $10.00 per ticket. The drawing for this ticket will be held when there are nine (9) balls left in the hopper. The winner of ticket #250 will place the numbered ball in the hopper and the drawing will continue with the ten (10) numbers remaining.

The 250th ticket drawn will win $5,000.00!

There will also be a 50/50 pot and additional side pots running during the night. In addition, gift baskets will be raffled with $1.00 chances sold.

AND, each ticket holder will receive a delicious buffet-style dinner for two at this event!

The Patrick County Band Boosters would like to take this opportunity to thank each one of you for your support of this event. It is your support that allows the Boosters to provide Band and Flag Corp students with the opportunities that make their Band experience a great one.
 


Economic Development Authority Meeting

The regularly scheduled March meeting of the Economic Development Authority has been changed. The EDA will meet in conjunction with the Board of Supervisors on March 10th at 6pm in the third floor boardroom at the Patrick County Veterans Memorial Building.

 

 Wednesday February 19, 2014

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Dr. William Sroufe Takes Helm as Interim Superintendent.mp3

School Board Opts for Evening Meetings as Demanded by Public.mp3

School Board Urged to Avoid Past Problems.mp3

Stuart Town Council Meets Tonight.mp3

Blue Ridge Business Expo Being Revived.mp3

Congressman Griffith's Staff to Visit Stuart Today.mp3

Patrick Springs Man Convicted of Unlawful Wounding.mp3

 

 Tuesday February 18, 2014

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Dr. Shrof Named Interim Superintendent.mp3

School Board to Seek VSBA Assistance in Superintendent Search.mp3

Courthouse Boiler to Be Replaced.mp3

Personal Property Returns to Be Mailed by Commissioner of Revenue.mp3

Poindexter Disappointed at Pro Gay Mariage Ruling.mp3


SNOW PICTURES
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Pup in the Snow
Photo by srwillia
 

 Monday February 17, 2014

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

4 PM Burning Law Now in Effect.mp3

School Board to Begin Superintendent Search Today.mp3

Patrick County Enterprise Zone Expansion Approved.mp3

Patrick County Road Closing Extended.mp3

Burglary and Larceny Convictions in Patrick County Circuit Court.mp3


SNOW PICTURES
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15 inches of snow on Peters Creek Drive
photos by: Pam Smith
 


student-athletes interested in playing spring sports meeting

A meeting for all parents and student-athletes interested in playing spring sports including baseball, softball, boys and girls soccer, boys and girls tennis, and track and field will take place on Tuesday, February 18 at 6:45 PM in the auditorium at the Patrick County High School. Pre-season information will be given out during this time that is important for all student-athletes and parents as well as team specific information given out during break out sessions by the individual sports' coaches.
Tryouts will begin for all spring sports on Monday, February 24 after school.

UPDATE: The Spring Sports parents and players informational meeting has been postponed till Thursday February 20 at 6:45 in the PCHS auditorium.


PATRICK COUNTY

* ROUTE 771 SLOPE MAINTENANCE - Route 771 (Willis Gap Mountain Road) is closed to through traffic between Route 677 (Orchard View Drive) and the Blue Ridge Parkway. This closure is necessary to perform slope stabilization work. Detour signs will be in place to control traffic.

* ROUTE 710 BRIDGE WORK – On Monday, Feb. 17, flaggers will control traffic on Route 710 (Woods Gap Road) for repairs to the bridge over Little Widgeon Creek on weekdays
during daylight hours.

* ROUTE 57 GUARDRAIL INSTALLATIONS – Lane closures will be in place Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. from Goblintown Road to the Henry County line for the installation of guardrail.

* MOWING AND BRUSH CUTTING – Weather permitting, crews will work along various roads throughout Patrick County during closures may be in place at times.

* UNPAVED ROAD MAINTENANCE – Crews will be working on various secondary non-hard surface roads grading and replacing stone with periodic lane closures during daylight
hours on weekdays. Watch for flaggers controlling traffic.
 

 Wednesday February 12, 2014

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

BOS Seeks Local Option on Sunday Hunting Issue and to Extend Firearms Season.mp3

Del. Poindexter Says Bill Removing Non-Profits Meals Limit Passes House.mp3

Major Drug Distribution Cases Heard in Patrick County Circuit Court.mp3

Meadows of Dan Man Arrested on Multiple Firearms Charges.mp3


nominations for the Distinguished Service Award

The Patrick County High School’s Student Government Association (SGA) is now taking nominations for the Distinguished Service Award. This award is given by the SGA each year to recognize an outstanding member of the community. This person must have graduated from Patrick County High School, and in addition, must show outstanding patriotism and service for Patrick County.
If you have a nomination please contact the SGA advisor, Denise Clark,
at denise.clark@patrick.k12.va.us or by phone 276-694-7137.

Respectfully submitted,
Cassidy Largen
SGA Reporter
 


Baseball Coaches Clinic

"Patrick County High School Athletic Department is excited to announce its first Baseball Coaches Clinic.  
On Saturday March 1, Head Coach Matt Mabe and the PCHS baseball staff will conduct a free coaching clinic for all registered local Recreation, Dixie Youth, Pony League and local travel coaches.  Presentations will be conducted on techniques, drills and practice organization for all age groups.  Registration will begin 9:30 AM and the clinic will begin at 10:00 AM and last till approximately noon.  For more information contact Athletic Director Kirk Renegar at Patrick County High School 694-7137." 
 

 Tuesday February 11, 2014

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

BOS Hears from FloydFest on Citizen Complaints.mp3

Black History Month Celebrated at Sunday Gospel Concert.mp3

4-H Share the Fun Talent Show Winners Announced.mp3

Convicted Felon Arrested on Firearms Charges.mp3


student-athletes interested in playing spring sports meeting

A meeting for all parents and student-athletes interested in playing spring sports including baseball, softball, boys and girls soccer, boys and girls tennis, and track and field will take place on Tuesday, February 18 at 6:45 PM in the auditorium at the Patrick County High School. Pre-season information will be given out during this time that is important for all student-athletes and parents as well as team specific information given out during break out sessions by the individual sports' coaches.
Tryouts will begin for all spring sports on Monday, February 24 after school.

UPDATE: The Spring Sports parents and players informational meeting has been postponed till Thursday February 20 at 6:45 in the PCHS auditorium. 

 Monday February 10, 2014

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Resolution Opposing Sunday Hunting to Be Considered by BOS.mp3

Life-Saving Skills Being Acquired by 13 Patrick County EMT Candidates.mp3

Best February Blood Drive in 8 Years.mp3

Vendors and Patrons Anticipating Start of New Farmer's Market Season.mp3

VDOT Road Report.mp3


PATRICK COUNTY

* ROUTE 771 SLOPE MAINTENANCE - Route 771 (Willis Gap Mountain Road) is
closed to through traffic between Route 677 (Orchard View Drive) and the Blue Ridge Parkway.
This closure is necessary to perform slope stabilization work. Route 771 is expected to be closed
through Thursday, Feb. 13. Detour signs will be in place to control traffic.

* ROUTE 710 BRIDGE WORK – On Monday, Feb. 10, flaggers will control traffic on
Route 710 (Woods Gap Road) for repairs to the bridge over Little Widgeon Creek on weekdays
during daylight hours.

* ROUTE 57 GUARDRAIL INSTALLATIONS – Lane closures will be in place
Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. from Goblintown Road to the Henry County
line for the installation of guardrail.

* MOWING AND BRUSH CUTTING –
Weather permitting, crews will work along
various roads throughout Patrick County during daylight hours on weekdays. Temporary lane
closures may be in place at times.

* UNPAVED ROAD MAINTENANCE – Crews will be working on various secondary
non-hard surface roads grading and replacing stone with periodic lane closures during daylight
hours on weekdays. Watch for flaggers controlling traffic.
 

 Friday February 7, 2014

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Black History Month Celebration This Sunday.mp3

Planned Improvements to Animal Pound Will Soon Begin.mp3

Patrick County Unemployment Rate Dips Under 6%.mp3

This Is Girl Scout Cookie Weekend.mp3

 

 Thursday February 6, 2014

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Empty Bowl Event Will Benefit Food Bank.mp3

Explosion Preceded Fire that Destroyed Meadows of Dan Home.mp3

Patrick County Trying to Control Rising Inmate Medical Costs.mp3

PCHS to Hold College Prep Event.mp3

Stanley Applauds Kilgour Industries Southside VA Investment.mp3

 

 Wednesday February 5, 2014

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Poindester Expects Passage of Sunday Hunting Bill.mp3

Texting-While-Driving Law Being Enforceed.mp3

Chamber of Commerce Welcomes New Board Members.mp3

4 pm Burning Law Takes Effect Feb. 15th.mp3

Keyboarding Class as Archaic as the Typewriter, Principal Says.mp3


PATRICK COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

The Economic Development Authority of Patrick County will hold its regularly scheduled meeting on Thursday, February 13, 2014 at 7:00 P.M. in the 2nd floor conference room of the Veterans Memorial Building, 106 Rucker Street.

PATRICK COUNTY TOURISM ADVISORY COUNCIL

The Patrick County Tourism Advisory Council will hold its regularly scheduled meeting on Thursday, February 20, 2014 at 6:00 P.M. in the 2nd floor conference room of the Veterans Memorial Building, 106 Rucker Street.
 

 Tuesday February 4, 2014

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Fire Destroys Meadows of Dan Home.mp3

13 Complete Patrick County EMT Course.mp3

6 Businesses Honored with Chamber Awards.mp3

Church Super Bowl Weekend Fund-raiser Successful.mp3

Young Mother Charged with Failure to Send Child to Schjool.mp3


THE PATRICK COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ANNOUNCES WINNERS OF THE 2013 CHAMBER AWARDS

The Patrick County Chamber of Commerce recognized six winners from fifteen finalists at the 2014 Annual Chamber Installation Dinner & Awards Ceremony held at the Reynolds Homestead on January 31, 2014. In addition to the awards, the Chamber of Commerce also honored its outgoing Board members and publicly welcomed five new Board members.

Board members whose term expired in December included Doss Cummings-Childress Vineyards, Robert Foley-Four Rivers Realty, Gay Hoback-Wolf Creek Farm, Tammy Waldron-Stuart Elementary, Janice Wilkins-Golden Living.

The Chamber Board also welcomed the following new members serving a three year term. Trey Cox-Patrick County High School, Monica Gravely-River Community Bank, Cindy Hoback-Wolf Creek Farm, Patty Hazelwood-Hazelwood Trucking, and Terry Tilley-The Town of Stuart.

Almost 150 people attended this year’s banquet and the highlight of the evening was the awards presentation. Awards were presented in the following categories; Small Business of the Year, Large Business of the Year, The Patrick County Excellence in Tourism Award (Patrick’s Finest), The Chamber Community Partnership Award, The Chamber Ambassador Award, and Business of the Year.

The winners included:

Small Business of the Year
Poor Farmer’s Market

Large Business of the Year
Pioneer Community Hospital

The Patrick County Excellence in Tourism Award (Patrick’s Finest)
Primland

Chamber Community Partnership Award
The Reynolds Homestead

Chamber Ambassador Award
Blair Clark & Clark Gas & Oil

Business of the Year
Stanburn Winery

Finalists were chosen, by the Board of Directors, from a competitive field of nominees submitted to the Chamber of Commerce. The winners were selected by an independent panel of judges based on criteria such as job growth and retention, revenue growth, and community involvement.
The finalists included:

Small Business
Honduras Coffee Shop, Stuart Communications, Four Rivers Realty, and Noonies

Large Business
The Landmark Group, EMI, Worley Machine, and Mountain Valley Hospice

Patrick’s Finest
Nancy’s Candy Company, The Patrick County Music Association, and Laurel Hill

The Patrick County Chamber Awards are a key expression of the Chamber’s dedication to recognizing Patrick County companies of all sizes for their successes and contributions to the community.

“These six award winners have proven time and time again that they are committed to building a brighter more viable Patrick County,” said Time Collins, Executive Director of the Patrick County Chamber of Commerce. “Beyond that, these organizations have also demonstrated a willingness to work with other groups in the hopes of sharing best practices. They recognize that building a better community is not only good for their business, but good for everyone involved. They all firmly believe in the Chamber’s motto of ‘Community is our Business in Patrick County”.


PATRICK COUNTY

        * ROUTE 771 SLOPE MAINTENANCE - Beginning Monday, Feb. 3, Route 771 (Willis Gap Mountain Road) will be closed to through traffic between Route 677 (Orchard View Drive) and the Blue Ridge Parkway.  This closure is necessary to perform slope stabilization work. Route 771 is expected to be closed to traffic for approximately one week. Detour signs will be in place to control traffic.    

        * ROUTE 710 BRIDGE WORK – On Monday, Feb 3, flaggers will control traffic on Route 710 (Woods Gap Road) for repairs to the bridge over Little Widgeon Creek on weekdays during daylight hours.

        * ROUTE 57 GUARDRAIL INSTALLATIONS – Lane closures will be in place Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. from Goblintown Road to the Henry County line for the installation of guardrail.

* MOWING AND BRUSH CUTTING – Weather permitting, crews will work along various roads throughout Patrick County during daylight hours on weekdays.  Temporary lane closures may be in place at times.

        * UNPAVED ROAD MAINTENANCE – Crews will be working on various secondary non-hard surface roads grading and replacing stone with periodic lane closures during daylight hours on weekdays.  Watch for flaggers controlling traffic.


VIRGINIA STATE POLICE CITE 500-PLUS DRIVERS FOR
TEXTING WHILE DRIVING


RICHMOND – In the first six months since Virginia’s texting-while-driving ban became a primary offense, Virginia State Police troopers have issued hundreds of citations for the violation. From July 1, 2013, through December 31, 2013, troopers stopped and charged 567 drivers for violating the state’s “texting- while-driving” law.

During the 2013 Virginia General Assembly Session, legislators amended Code of Virginia 46.2-1078.1 (http://leg1.state.va.us/cgi-bin/legp504.exe?000+cod+46.2-1078.1) to make it a primary offense. A violation of this section is a traffic infraction punishable, for the first offense, by a fine of $125 and, for a second or subsequent offense, by a fine of $250. The law applies to the operator of a passenger vehicle in motion and exempts law-enforcement and other first responders.

Since the law went into effect, Virginia state troopers have been enforcing it just like any other primary offense. The trooper must observe the illegal conduct of the vehicle’s operator, thus providing the trooper with reasonable suspicion to initiate a traffic stop on that vehicle. Further investigation determines what, if any, offense(s) the driver will be cited for by the trooper. Troopers have the discretion to warn, summons or arrest a violator.

“Driving distracted puts everybody at risk on a highway,” said Colonel W. Steven Flaherty, Virginia State Police Superintendent. “According to preliminary data*, driver distraction accounted for 20 percent of all fatal traffic crashes on Virginia’s roads in 2013. That accounts for 131 lives lost last year because of a driver failing to pay attention while behind the wheel of a vehicle.”

In addition, state legislators this past session also established Code of Virginia 46.2-341.20.5 (http://leg1.state.va.us/cgi-bin/legp504.exe?000+cod+46.2-341.20C5).  The law prohibits anyone from texting while driving a commercial vehicle or a vehicle used to transport between nine and 15 passengers. The law does permit “texting when necessary to communicate with law enforcement or other emergency services.”

Code of Virginia 46.2-919.1 (http://leg1.state.va.us/cgi-bin/legp504.exe?000+cod+46.2-919.1) prohibits the use of any wireless telecommunications devices by persons driving school buses.
 

 Monday February 3, 2014

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Morris' Tenure as School Superintendent Officially Ends.mp3

Widespread Community Support for Middle School Athletic Program.mp3

2nd J.E.B.Stuart Rescue Squad Member Charged with Embezzlement.mp3

Primland Receives 4-Star Status.mp3

VDOT Traffic Alert (Willis Gap Mountain Road Closure).mp3


PATRICK COUNTY POUND LIST

1) Beagle-male-black white brown-has a collar- Found in Hardees parking lot
2) Boxer mix-male-tan-has a collar- Found on Holly Tree Road
3) Bull terrier mix- male-white-Found on Dobyns Church Road
4) Basset Hound mix-male-red-Found on Red Maple Road
5) American Bulldog mix-male-black & white-has a collar-Found on Union Bridge Road
6) Chihuahua-female-brown-Found on Elamsville Road
7&8) 2 Terrier mix-males-Found on Spring Valley Road
9,10,11) 3 pups-2 brown & white 1 black & white-Found on Willis Gap Road


Remember to call the pound if you are missing or would like to adopt a pet. 276-694-6259
 

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