2020-09-10

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Owner pulls burning truck away from barn

Firefighters were unable to save a pickup truck that went up in flames Saturday evening, although the owner was able to keep the fire from destroying his barn by pulling the burning vehicle away from the building.

Runners return plenty of experience

Only one senior returns, but there is still plenty of experience on the roster for the 2020 Roane County High cross country team.

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County native earns national DAV honor

A Roane County native has received the highest honor from a national veterans organization.

Festival not canceled, but not the same

The W.Va. Black Walnut Festival is still on, but don’t expect it to look like any of the previous 65 festivals

A new normal

Students return to school for first time since March

Tuesday wasn’t your normal first day of school.

State, county virus cases continue to climb

At his COVID-19 briefing Tuesday, Governor Jim Justice announced the state’s rolling average of daily cases of the coronavirus per 100,000 population was 6.02.

Emotional night ahead as Raiders host Panthers

Expect an emotional game Friday when Clay County visits County Stadium to take on the Raiders.

Work on Washington Park set for spring

Improvements to Washington Park are expected to begin next spring.


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