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Two virus cases confirmed here

By family@thetimesrecord.net | April 02, 2020

The coronavirus has officially arrived in Roane County.

County has new 4-H agent

By family@thetimesrecord.net | April 02, 2020

The first day on the job for Roane County’s new 4-H agent wasn’t what she had hoped it would be, or where she hoped it would be.

Students will get kits to grow their own food

By family@thetimesrecord.net | April 02, 2020

Roane students out of school during a statewide closure for the coronavirus (COVID-19) will get something extra when they pick up their school meals next week.

COVID-19 topic as officials meet in person

By family@thetimesrecord.net | April 02, 2020

One of the few local governing bodies to still meet in person during the COVID-19 crisis discussed some issues associated with the virus.

Each voter getting absentee ballot application

By family@thetimesrecord.net | April 02, 2020

Every registered voter in West Virginia will get an application for an absentee ballot in the mail as part of a statewide program to make certain the May 12 election occurs in spite of concerns about the coronavirus.

School shutdown poses challenges

By family@thetimesrecord.net | April 02, 2020

Teaching kids who are not at school has proven to be challenging during the school shutdown that resulted from the COVID-19 pandemic.

From grandkids to pandemic

By family@thetimesrecord.net | April 02, 2020

Foster, age 5, was silent while working intently at the kitchen table. His tools were colored markers and a sheet of paper.

Yellow jackets go down swinging in final athletic event

By family@thetimesrecord.net | April 02, 2020

Editor’s note: The following story was published in the June 10, 1993 edition of The Times Record. It is reprinted as it appeared then, as is the accompanying photo caption.

Editorial cartoon 4-2-20

By family@thetimesrecord.net | April 02, 2020

Faith

By family@thetimesrecord.net | April 02, 2020

Any student of American history can speak of the resiliency of our country in the face of seemingly insurmountable obstacles. As we face another one, the COVID-19 pandemic that has claimed lives and rocked the economy, it is a good time to reflect on the American spirit.