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May 2012

Thursday May 31, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Ararat Robbery Suspect Sought.mp3

9 Die in VA Traffic Crashes During Holiday Weekend.mp3

Memorial Day Service Honors Memories of Fallen Soldiers.mp3

School Board Meets Today.mp3

Workforce Center Announces Summer Hours.mp3


Friday June 1 Stuart Farmers Market will be open from 8 am to 12 pm.
Fresh fruits and vegetables from local producers.
Homemade baked items and crafts, beef, lamb, fresh eggs, and pork also available.
Come celebrate National Fresh fruit and Vegetable Month with us. EBT accepted.

 

Wednesday May 30, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Memorial Day Service Scheduled for Today.mp3

Summer Food Service Program Serves Nutritious Meals to Youngsters.mp3

Drowning Swimmer Rescued at Philpott.mp3

First Half of Patrick County Real Estate Taxes Due June 5th.mp3

New PHCC President Named.mp3

31st Annual Stuart Beach Music Festival June 7-9th.mp3

 

Tuesday May 29, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

34 Earn GED Certificates.mp3

Over 2000 Enjoy Holiday Weekend Gospel Singing at DVP.mp3

Single-Vehicle Crash Injures 5 Juveniles .mp3

WORKFORCE CAREER CENTER NEW HOURS TEMPORARILY.mp3

Atlanta Man Arrested in Burglary of Patrick County Church .mp3

3rd Party Presidential Candidate Visits PCMA in Stuart.mp3

Pool Busy During Weekend.mp3


PATRICK COUNTY

        * ROUTE 8 PAVING - Paving operations on Route 8 will require lane closures between the post office in Woolwine and CC Camp Road.  Flaggers will control traffic and motorists should use caution and expect delays on weekdays between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.  Weather permitting, the work will be completed in June. 

###     *ROUTE 58 PAVING – Drivers should be aware of lane closures in the right and left lanes of westbound Route 58 from the Henry County line to 0.5 mile west of Route 832 (Copeland Road). Work will take place on weekdays during daylight hours, weather permitting, until June 1.

        * MOWING – Weather permitting, crews will be mowing or cutting brush along various primary roads throughout Patrick County during daylight hours on weekdays.  Temporary lane closures may be in place at times.

        * PAVING AND PAVEMENT PATCHING – Weather permitting, crews will patch pavement or potholes on various roads.  Flaggers may control traffic at times during daylight hours.  Drivers should watch for signs and expect possible delays. 

 

Monday May 28, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

 

Friday May 25, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

State Police Heighten Holiday Patrols.mp3

Homestead Presents Living History Event.mp3

Fairystone State Park Anticipating Busy Summer Season.mp3

Flaccavento Tapped to Challenge Congressman Griffith in 9th District.mp3


May Sales Tax Holiday: Hurricane and Emergency Preparedness Equipment
When: Friday, May 25, 2012 through Thursday, May 31, 2012

What's Exempt: During this seven-day period, purchases of certain supplies and equipment needed for hurricane preparedness will be exempt from sales tax.
Retailers may also choose to absorb the tax on other items during the holiday period, but they are responsible for paying the tax on those items to the Department of Taxation.

Thursday May 24, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Benefit Concert for Kerns' Home Set for Tonight.mp3

County Capital Funds Released to Ararat Fire Department.mp3

Dehart Pool Opens for Summer Season Today.mp3

Patrick Countian Involved in Search for New PHCC President.mp3


JV Lady Cougar soccer team

The JV Lady Cougar soccer team traveled to Smith River on Monday (May 21st) night to play the Bassett Bengals for the JV Championship game. The weather was hot and humid; we thought it might rain us out. The game started at 5:30pm. In the first five minutes of the game, Bassett was given a penalty kick, but the shot was missed. The game continued with several shots and saves by both teams. The game ended at 0-0, and then we went into the ten minute overtime. After the first overtime, the game went into a five minute sudden death game. The score remained 0-0. Teams chose five players for penalty kicks. After five shots each, the Bengals won the game with a score of 2-1. Mary Catherine Stegall scored a penalty kick for the Cougars. Megan Kendrick racked up sixteen saves in goal for the night.

 

Wednesday May 23, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Stuart Man Charged with Contribute to Delinquency of Minor.mp3

Information Sought in Year-Old Homicide Case.mp3

Tickets Available for Kerns' Smart Home Benefit Concert.mp3

Seniors Farmer's Market Nutrition Program Accepting Applications.mp3

Del. Poindexter Discusses VRS Changes.mp3

Farmers Coalition Supports Congressman Griffith.mp3


Stuart Farmers Market open Friday May 25th 8 am to 12pm. Fresh and locally grown items available. Beef, Lamb, baked items, eggs, and handmade crafts. EBT accepted. Come see why we are in the top 20 for America's Favorite Farmers Market and start Memorial Weekend off right.


Virginia State Parks to participate in ‘National Trails Day’ June 2

Virginia State Parks will offer special activities and programs June 2 as part of National Trails Day®. The American Hiking Society’s National Trails Day is held to encourage the public and trail enthusiasts nationwide to learn about trails while participating in outdoor activities, clinics and trail work projects.

 With more than 500 miles of trails as well as access to water trails on the major rivers and lakes of Virginia, the Commonwealth’s 35 state parks are perfect destinations for everything from a strenuous hike, river paddle or a casual walk through the woods.

 Every Virginia State Park will have special activities on June 2.

 High Bridge Trail State Park, in Farmville, will hold a 5K “Run for Your Life” race sponsored by Centra Southside Community Hospital. Volunteers at Sky Meadows State Park, in Delaplane, are needed to help with trail maintenance. Water, snacks and lunch will be provided, courtesy of Blue Ridge Mountain Sports. Sky Meadows will also offer a Hiking 101 program. Hungry Mother State Park, in Marion, is opening 5.7 miles of additional trails on the Clyburn Hollow Trail Loop system.

 For a complete list of activities, including opportunities to volunteer, self-guided hikes and ranger-led programs, visit http://1.usa.gov/Jqqrdo.

 Visitors can begin planning a trip to a state park online, at www.virginiastateparks.gov, or by downloading to a smartphone the official Virginia State Parks Pocket Ranger® app, which offers educational and interpretive information. The app can help users locate the nearest park and access in-depth information such as trail-touring videos, activities and descriptions.

 To download the app, go to www.stateparkapps.com/apps/va/apps.php. It also can be downloaded by visiting Apple iTunes or Android Market.

 To learn more about National Trails Day, visit www.AmericanHiking.org.

 The award-winning Virginia State Parks are managed by the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation.

 For more information about Virginia State Parks activities and amenities or to make reservations in one of the more than 1,800 campsites or 300 climate-controlled cabins, call the Virginia State Parks Reservation Center at 800-933-PARK or visit www.virginiastateparks.gov.

Tuesday May 22, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Rabies Control Ordinance Set for Public Hearing.mp3

Animal Pound Employee Moved to Full-Time.mp3

Student Representative on School Board Approved.mp3

Grads Simultaneously Receive Diploma and Associate's Degree.mp3

Hurricane Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday Coming Up.mp3

Sen. Stanley Appointed to Various Boards and Commissions.mp3

Summer Camps Offered by Reynolds Homestead.mp3


2012 COUGAR BASKETBALL  GIRLS AND BOYS ELEMENTARY CAMPS

     

CONTESTS! GAMES! LOADS OF FUN!
INSTRUCTION IN FUNDAMENTALS
2 CAMPS- HELD IN THE COUGAR GYM @ PCHS

Rising K –3rd grade Girls & Boys
June 4-6
6PM – 8PM
COST: $35

Rising 4th to 7th grade Girls & Boys
June 11-13
5PM – 8PM
COST: $ 35

Campers will have the opportunity to learn basic concepts of the game and develop fundamental skills---shooting, dribbling, passing, and defense. Each player will be instructed individually by the PCHS coaching staff and players. Prizes will be given.  Each camper will receive a t-shirt.


Patrick County Animal Pound List

1) Rottweiler - male- black, brown-Found on VFW Rd
2) Hound mix-female-brown, black-Found on Pinewood Lane
3) Shihtzu-male-white,black-Found on Cherry Creek Rd
4) Lab.-male-black-has a blue collar-Found on Trot Valley
5) Lab. mix-female-black-maybe 3 months old-Found on Vernon Lane
6) Hound- female-bluetick- Found on Twin Oak off Doe Run

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

 

Monday May 21, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Relay for Life Fund Drive Short of Goal.mp3

Online Petition Drive for Patrick Springs Stop Light.mp3

PCHS Graduates Begin New Journey with Hope.mp3

Town Council Adopts Budget Without Meals Tax Hike.mp3

Strawberry Festival Spotlights Uptown Stuart.mp3

Del. Poindexter Holds Stuart Town Hall Meeting.mp3

Traffic Alert.mp3


TRAFFIC ALERT:  PAVING SCHEDULED TO BEGIN ON SECTION OF ROUTE 8 IN PATRICK COUNTY

SALEM – Beginning Monday, May 21, paving operations on Route 8 in Patrick County will require lane closures between the post office in Woolwine and CC Camp Road.

Flaggers will control traffic and motorists should use caution and expect delays on weekdays between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.   

Weather permitting, the work will be completed in June. 

 

PATRICK COUNTY

###     * ROUTE 8 PAVING - Beginning Monday, May 21, paving operations on Route 8 will require lane closures between the post office in Woolwine and CC Camp Road.  Flaggers will control traffic and motorists should use caution and expect delays on weekdays between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.  Weather permitting, the work will be completed in June. 

###     * ROUTE 680 SHOULDER WORK – Weather permitting crews will work on shoulders along Route 680. Lane closures may be in place at times.

        * MOWING – Weather permitting, crews will be mowing or cutting brush along various primary roads throughout Patrick County during daylight hours on weekdays.  Temporary lane closures may be in place at times.

        * PAVING AND PAVEMENT PATCHING – Weather permitting, crews will patch pavement or potholes on various roads.  Flaggers may control traffic at times during daylight hours.  Drivers should watch for signs and expect possible delays. 

 

Thursday May 17, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Supervisors Speak on School Budget Figures.mp3

Southern Area Agency on Aging Spared Funding Cut.mp3

Patrick County Exotic Animal Ordinance Adopted.mp3

Primland Named One of World's Top Luxury Resorts.mp3

Two State Legislators Rated Highly by VA Chamber.mp3

Congressman Griffith Receives Conservative Award.mp3

Del. Poindexter to Hold Town Hall Meeting in Stuart.mp3


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Lady Cougars Vs. Bengals Last Night

Last night the Lady Cougars traveled to the Smith River Complex to play the last home game of the season. (The game was rescheduled from Tuesday night due to rain, and the field at PCHS was still under water.) It was a hot, sunny evening on the turf field. The Lady Cougars lost a 0-1 game. Emilee Janney scored in the second half for the Bengals. Megan Kendrick has four saves in goal for the Cougars.

 

Wednesday May 16, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Wreck on Mountain.mp3

School Board Expresses Concerns about Budget Delays and Funding Adequacy.mp3

Liberty Precinct Move Contemplated.mp3

Public Hearing Tonight on Town Budget.mp3

Patrick Springs Ruritans Honor Mother of the Year.mp3

County Administrator Back on Job after Cardiac Procedure.mp3


Stuart Farmers market will be open Friday 8am to 12pm in Downtown Stuart.
Locally grown produce, beef, lamb, eggs and homemade crafts available.
EBT card accepted.
Extension service will be on hand to check your pressure canners to make sure the seal is working properly.

 

Tuesday May 15, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Supervisors Impasse on School Budget Continues 1.mp3

Supervisors Impasse on School Budget Continues 2.mp3

Relay for Life Campaign Hits Homestretch Run.mp3

HRMS Wins NFL Play 60 Award.mp3

National Police Week Observed.mp3

 

Monday May 14, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

School Employee VRS Payment Option Unclear.mp3

School Officials Wary of Minimum Local Funding.mp3

Architect Named to Design New MODE School.mp3

PCHS Grads Receive Over 1.3 Million in Scholarships.mp3

Gardening Workshop Presented by Landmark Center.mp3


VDOT ROADWATCH

PATRICK COUNTY

###     * ROUTE 58 PAVING – Weather permitting, crews will perform pavement patching and line marking on a section of Route 58 from the Floyd County line to 1.5 miles east of Route 610 east.  Flaggers and a pilot truck will control traffic during daytime hours on weekdays.  Drivers should watch for signs and expect possible delays.

###     *ROUTE 58 BRIDGE REPAIRS – Weather permitting, lane closures may be in place and flaggers may control traffic at times during daylight hours on Route 58 for repairs tot eh bridge over Spoon Creek between Route 832 and Route 697. Drivers should watch for signs and flaggers and expect possible delays.

        * MOWING – Weather permitting, crews will be mowing or cutting brush along various primary roads throughout Patrick County during daylight hours on weekdays.  Temporary lane closures may be in place at times.

        * PAVEMENT PATCHING – Weather permitting, crews will patch pavement or potholes on various roads.  Flaggers may control traffic at times during daylight hours.  Drivers should watch for signs and expect possible delays. 

        * 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 throughout Patrick County.

 

 

 

Friday May 11, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

5 Local Post Offices Face Shorter Hours.mp3

Another Crash at Dangerous Patrick Springs Intersection.mp3

Temporary Pool Repairs Completed.mp3

School Board Recognizes State Champs.mp3

PHCC Commencement Ceremony Set for Saturday.mp3

 

Thursday May 10, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

School Board to Consider New Poilicies.mp3

Air Care 3 to Be Based at Blue Ridge Airport.mp3

Entrepreneurial Training Offered Artisans, Public.mp3

40 News Jobs Coming to Franklin County.mp3

Burglary and Grand Larceny Convictions Reported.mp3

Oliver to Speak at Reynolds Homestead on Freedom and Free Will.mp3


PCHS Events Calendar - May 2012

Thurs, May 10
• SS SOL
• School Board meeting – SBO – 3 p.m.
• JVSB (H) Tunstall – 5:00 p.m.
• JVB (H) Tunstall – 5:00 p.m.
• Senior Honors Banquet – 6:30 p.m.

Fri, May 11
 • Make up SOL’s
• G/B Soccer (A) Tunstall – 5:30/7:00 p.m.
• VSB (A) Tunstall – 5:00 p.m.
• VB (A) Tunstall – 5:00 p.m.

Sat, May 12
 • Athletic Banquet – 5:30 – Café

Sun, May 13
 • Baccalaureate – 7:00 p.m. – PCHS AUD

Mon, May 14
 • ENG 8 SOL

Tues, May 15
 • ENG 11 SOL
• Sportlanes – 7:00 p.m.
• JV/V G Soccer (H) Bassett – 5:30/7:00 p.m.
• JV/V B Soccer (A) Bassett – 5:30/7:00 p.m.
• VSB (H) Bassett – 5:00 p.m.
• VB (A) Bassett – 5:00 p.m.
• JVSB (A) Bassett – 5:00 p.m.
• JVB (H) Bassett – 5:00 p.m.
• BTennis (A) Martinsville – 4:30 p.m.
• GTennis (H) Martinsville – 4:30 p.m.

Wed, May 16
 • GEOM SOL
• Last day of school for Seniors who are exempt

Thur, May 17
 • ALG I SOL
• Senior exams – 1st & 3rd block

Fri, May 18
 • ALG II/MATH 8 SOL
• Graduation practice – 8:30 a.m. Football field
• Senior exams – 2nd & 4th block
• District Track @ Laurel Park

Sat, May 19
 • Senior/Faculty Breakfast – 8:30 a.m. – Café
• Graduation – 10:00 a.m.


HOMESTEAD ANNOUNCES SUMMER
CAMP SCHEDULES FOR KIDS


The Reynolds Homestead will be hosting four summer camps open to students ages 5-13 in the Patrick, Henry and surrounding counties. Anyone interested in receiving more information, including registration forms, can download the information from www.reynoldshomestead.vt.edu  or call 276-694-7181 and request an information packet.

GET MESSY! Summer Art Camp. GET MESSY WITH CREATIVITY! Art instructor Grace Helms will work with students to experience color in a new way. Participants will explore the art movement Fauvism along with the sculptures of Andy Goldsworthy. They will use bright color to create multiple art projects. Students will use pastels, paint, pens, and photography to create outdoor sculptures and paintings!! Campers should bring a bag lunch each day and come dressed to get messy! For children ages 7 - 12. June 25-27, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. each day. $45 for one child; $40 for additional child in the same family.

Nature Freaks Wilderness Camp. Nature Freaks is an organization committed to all aspects of environmental and outdoor education. Group founder Chad Lange will take participants into the “wild” to experience lessons in wilderness survival, orienteering, understanding wildlife habitats, learning about trees and wildflowers, and understanding insect life and its place in the wild. Campers should bring a bag lunch each day and be dressed for being outside. Camp will be held rain or shine! No flip flops allowed. For students ages 9 - 13. All campers will receive a “Nature Freaks” t-shirt. This camp is being offered two different weeks: June 11 - 15 OR July 9 - 13, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day (cost is for one week only). $65 for one child; $60 for each additional child in the same family.

Nature Freaks Camp for Youngsters. Introduce youngsters to nature in an interactive, hands-on way with the camp also led by Chad Lange. Campers will dive into learning about various habitats, insects and spiders, using their senses in nature, trees and leaves, leaf collecting, and more. Each day will feature crafts to reinforce the lessons. For students ages 5 - 8. All campers will receive a “Nature Freaks” t-shirt. July 16-18, 9 a.m. to 12 noon each day. $40 for one child; $35 for each additional child in the same family.

Living History Civil War Camp. Boys and girls ages 8-12 will enjoy this opportunity to step back in time to the 1800s and live the life of a Civil War soldier for a weekend. Learn how to march and drill, how to pitch a tent and sleep out under the stars. Members of the Sons of Confederate Veterans will lead participants throughout the weekend, with games, drills and history. All food and supplies provided. Campers need to bring a sleeping bag, pillow, and change of clothing. July 27-29, 6 p.m. Friday until 10:00 a.m. Sunday. $50 for one child; $45 for each additional child in the same family; $25 for participating parent to attend.
Parents are encouraged to register their children early, as participation is limited. For more information, contact the Reynolds Homestead.
 

Wednesday May 9, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Boyce Seeks Support for School Funding Proposal.mp3

Fieldale Woman Convicted of Patrick Cocaine Distribution Charges.mp3

PHCC Offers Outstanding EMS Education Program.mp3

Stuart Fire Dept. Publicly Expresses Thanks.mp3

Primland Video Wins Film Festival Award.mp3


Come celebrate Mother's day at the Stuart Farmers Market Friday May 11. Plenty of great food, baked items, homemade crafts, soaps, and plants to find that perfect gift for mom. Music will be provided by F.A.R.M. T.E.A.M. Tool sharpening will be available for $5 per item.
Stuart Farmers market open Fridays 8 am to 12 pm. Downtown Stuart.
 


Agenda Business Meeting Of the
Patrick County Board of Supervisors
Monday, May 14, 2012 at 6:00 P.M.
Patrick County Veterans Memorial Building
3rd flr. Courtroom 106 Rucker Street Stuart, VA


OPENING SESSION:
• Call to order by Chairman Boyce
• Invocation Ms. Sandy Wright
• Pledge of Allegiance
• Moment of Silence in recognition of U. S. military serving here and abroad

REGULAR SESSION:
• Approval of the meeting agenda
• Approval of the Bills, Claims, Appropriations
• Approval of the minutes

PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD: The Board will hear comments from the citizens on various topics.


BUDGET DISCUSSION:
Mr. Rose -- Budget (School budget)

New Business:
• Re- location of the Liberty Precinct

Old business:
• Exotic Animal Ordinance
• Rabies Control Ordinance

ADJOURN

Please add the following changes to the agenda:
Executive Session, Personnel Matters 2.2 - 3711 (A) (1) coverage Ararat Rescue Squad ;Request for release of Capital Improvement funds.
 

Tuesday May 8, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

County and School Officials Seek Clarification of Costly VRS Changes.mp3

Fieldale Man Dies in Fire.mp3

Governor Proposes Changes to State Budget.mp3

Governor Signs Economic Development Legislation in Martinsville.mp3

PCHS Career and Technical Ed Program Receives High Marks.mp3


Cougars And Warriors End In Tie

The JV Lady Cougars hosted the Magna Vista Warriors last night (May 7th) for a game that was started for 12 minutes last week and then rained out. The game ended in a 1-1 tie. Magna Vista scored 15:58 into the game (Kasey Lowe). Paola Cuellar scored the equalizer for the Cougars. Megan Kendrick had nine saves in goal for the Cougars.

 

Monday May 7, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

School VRS Changes Explained.mp3

Patrick County Unemployment Rate Continues Decline.mp3

Aid Available for Low Income Disabled.mp3

Patrick County 2011 Deer Harvest Totaled 1994.mp3


Bald Eagle Spotted In Patrick

Pictures submitted by Clayton & Sherry Kendrick, taken on their Farm this past Saturday.


The JV Lady Cougars traveled to Martinsville High School Last Thursday

Cougars won with a score of 2-1.

Paola Cuellar scored both goals for the Cougars - 1 at 20:00 in the first half & 1 at 15:00 into the second half.
Megan Kendrick had two saves in goal for the Cougars.

Field Conditions: started out hot & humid, but began to cool down for the game; thought a storm might have approached, but it turned out okay


Patrick County Pound List

1) Boston Terrier-male-dark brindle-Found on Woolwine Hwy
2) Mix Lab./Pit-young female-tan-Found on Charity Hwy
3) Hound mix-male-black-Found on Soapstone
4) Australian Cattle dog mix-male-black gray tan-Found on Pleasant View Drive
5) Young Shepherd mix-male-black brown-needs a home
6) Walker hound-male-tri color-Found on Fairy stone Park Hwy
7) Shepherd mix-male-brown black sable-Found on Fairy stone Park Hwy

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

 

Friday May 4, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Patrick Officials Seek Answers of VRS Questions.mp3

Citizens Comment to Supervisors on School Budget Issue.mp3

Motorist Injured When Car Plows into Creek.mp3

New Church for 70-Year-Old Ministry.mp3

Congressman Presents Dick & Willie Map to Museum.mp3

 

Thursday May 3, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

School Budget Local Funding Controversy Deepens.mp3

Special Called Town Council Budget Meeting.mp3

Spring Fire Season Ends.mp3

Arrest Report.mp3

Sen. Stanley Honored for Record on Education.mp3

Congressman Griffith to Make Presentation to Historical Museum.mp3


The Stuart Farmers Market will officially open on Friday may 4th from 8 am to 12pm.
Cool season produce available such as mixed greens, carrots, beets, broccoli, and radishes. Bedding plants, baked items and crafts will be available too.
Downtown Stuart
 

Wednesday May 2, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Supervisors at Impasse on School Funding Issue.mp3

Pool Renovation Bid of 105,000 Approved.mp3

Top 10 in PCHS Class of 2012 Recognized.mp3

Convicted Felon Arrested on Patrick Burglary Charges.mp3

Stuart Man Arrested in Montgomery County Burglaries.mp3

Free Uranium Mining Workshop Seeks to Educate Citizens.mp3

 

Tuesday May 1, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Time to Decide School Funding Issue.mp3

Boyce Makes Appeal for Support of Meals Tax.mp3

Primland Evaluating Proposed Restaurant Meals Tax.mp3

Pool Renovation Bids Received.mp3

First PCHS State Championship Provided by Fishing Team.mp3

 

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