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The Wythe Arts Council Ltd. will bring its popular Chautauqua Festival-in-the-Park to Wytheville on June 20-27 this year. The parade and opening ceremony will be held Saturday, June 20.
Wytheville Community College is offering a class in creative writing on Monday evenings from 6 to 8:40 p.m. during the upcoming fall semester. Fall classes begin in August.
Wythe County will join thousands of communities across the U.S. to celebrate National Day of Prayer on Thursday, May 7, at noon. Two local observances are planned around this year’s theme, “Lord Hear Our Cry.”
The U.S. Attorney’s Office Western District of Virginia has recognized the Wythe County Sheriff’s Office for its work in Operation Pulp Friction. It presented a certificate of recognition to the department for assisting in the drug investigation.
The Wythe County Republican Party nominated local Realtor Brian McHone as its candidate for Circuit Court clerk in a three-way bid within the party. Republicans held their mass meeting Saturday to nominate nine candidates for the Nov. 3 General Election.
Speedwell Elementary School kindergarten teacher Amy Grubb walked into the school gym Monday morning to attend an assembly program.
A 27-year-old Wytheville woman has been charged in the January death of a 23-year-old Bland County man. Deanna M. McClellan of 1782 West Lee Highway was arraigned Friday, May 1, on charges of felony homicide and felony drug distribution.
The Rural Retreat Farmers' Market at the Depot will host a special plant market on Wednesday, May 20, from 2-6 p.m. at the Rural Retreat Depot. If you would like to participate please, contact the market manager, Tom Wynn, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or please leave a message at (276) 780-1690.
Rebecah Storms represented George Wythe High School at the All State Band & Orchestra event this past weekend at Christopher Newport University. The Virginia All State Concert Band, Symphonic Band, & Orchestra are composed of the very best student musicians in the state of Virginia.
When she jaunts through the library, heads turn. And the children just can’t help themselves.
The George Wythe High School English Mountain Academic Competition Conference team has done it for the second consecutive year – won the Super MACC Championship.
I never dreamed I’d see the Weinermobile up close and personal, let alone on my 30th birthday. Nevertheless, as my friend Chris DiYorio and I stopped for a meal at Carrabba’s Italian restaurant in Roanoke, VA before the ZZ Top concert, it was in plain view sitting in the adjacent parking lot of Valley View Mall. I asked Chris if it might be an imitator, but he was sure this was the real thing. Once we saw the Wisconsin license plates and the authentically registered trademark Oscar Meyer logo on the side, we were both sure we’d seen the real thing.
No increases in personal property or real estate taxes or user fees are included in the town of Wytheville’s proposed $25 million budget for the 2015-2016 Fiscal Year. A 1 percent increase in meals and lodging tax, though, is being considered.
Equestrians came en masse Monday to protest the possible closure of horse trails in the eastern end of the Mount Rogers National Recreation Area. They filled Wytheville Community College’s Synder Auditorium to standing-room-only capacity and held up black-and-white signs for all to see: Save Our Trials, No Closure Order.
The 41st annual Mount Rogers Naturalist Rally provides such an opportunity, where individuals and families can participate in hands-on activities that teach about and showcase the highlands region.
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The countdown is beginning for this weekend’s American Cancer Society Relay for Life of Wythe County. The theme of this year’s fundraiser is “Why Do We Relay?” and 43 teams are registered to participate.
New to Hungry Mother State Park this year will be the Birding Adventure Weekend May 1-3 with a something for all ages.
No one was injured and no charges were filed after a Wythe County Public Schools bus and a pickup truck nipped bumpers Tuesday afternoon.
In a three-way race as the Republican candidate for Wythe County Circuit Court Clerk, Brian McHone was the winner. The local real estate agent received the majority of votes from delegates at Saturday’s GOP Mass Meeting.
After a two-year absence, Cripple Creek Day will return in abbreviated form Saturday, May 23. The number of activities for the day will depend on volunteers organizing them.
Accused of buying pornographic photos of one of his employees from the employee’s ex-boyfriend, a Wythe County hotel manager and the ex-boyfriend are facing child porn charges.
After hearing evidence in criminal cases ranging from drug distribution to welfare fraud, Wythe grand jurors returned a host of misdemeanor and felony indictments on Monday.
The local equestrian community is fighting plans by the U.S. Forest Service to close 200 miles of user-created horse trails located on the east end of the Mount Rogers National Recreation Area.
Blackbirds were all over the Peery Center Gymnasium Saturday evening. This pleased the folks inside to no end as they toiled for hours to capture the illusive fowl.
Elizabeth Crigger worked at Skeeter’s World Famous Hotdogs for so long, nearly three decades, that for many people she was the face of the downtown eatery.
A 65-year-old Wytheville man was found dead inside his vehicle Tuesday morning after it was pulled from the flood waters of Cripple Creek.
Dr. Dean E. Sprinkle, of Statesville, North Carolina, will become the next president at Wytheville Community College, announced Glenn DuBois, chancellor of Virginia’s Community Colleges. Sprinkle will begin his new post July 1, replacing retiring president Charlie White.
Wythe and Bland counties received inches of rain on Sunday, flooding areas all over the two counties. Schools in both counties were closed on Monday.
Wythe County emergency officials are closely monitoring flash flooding throughout the county, as numerous roads have been closed Sunday night and early Monday morning.
John Thompson and Paul Lindamood have a friendship they can take to the bank. They grew up together in Bland County, attended the same schools, played the same sports and now work for the same business.
Convicted last month of five felonies related to stolen cars and cash, a 20-year-old Wytheville man was sentenced to two years and five months in jail during a Thursday hearing in Wythe County Circuit Court.
A Wytheville resident was sentenced this week to a federal prison after pleading guilty to a charge of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute methamphetamine.
A driver who plowed his pickup truck into the back of an SUV on Interstate 77, left the scene and was found barefoot and bloody the next day walking down a road about a half mile from the crash was acquitted of hit and run on Thursday.
Accused of sexually assaulting a fellow resident in a local group home for the mentally and physically disabled, a 27-year-old Wytheville man has a court hearing set for later this month.
The Wythe County Board of Supervisors is considering a 5-cent real estate tax increase, initiating a $30 annual trash fee and increasing water rates by 5 percent. In addition, the board’s proposed budget does not include money to begin the second phase of the school system’s capital improvement plan.
Wytheville residents will have another opportunity to have confidential papers and other documents professionally shredded this Saturday, April 18, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Wytheville Community College is sponsoring its free monthly Bluegrass and Old-Time Jamboree, this time featuring Crusher Run and the Zephyr Lightning Bolts on Saturday, April 18, from 7 to 9 p.m.
Ceres Day will be held Saturday, May 2, on the former school grounds. This event grows every year with more events and much more to see and to learn. The first one was in one room of the school and has expanded to include the entire campus and all the buildings.
The new old time string bland class at Bland County High School is about more than music. It incorporates history, tradition and culture.
Ever wonder how or why artists create their pieces?
Three cars were damaged on Tuesday morning in a chain reaction crash on North Main Street in Rural Retreat. A fourth vehicle at the scene escaped damage.
The gallbladder wasn’t gone, according to a lawsuit filed last week by a Max Meadows man.
One of two men who survived being hit by a snowplow two years ago is suing the snowplow driver and his employer for a million dollars.
Officials hope to announce a new president for Wytheville Community College in the coming weeks.
A felony theft charge filed against University of Tennessee football player and Fort Chiswell High School standout Coleman Thomas, 19, was dropped earlier today.
The Southwest Virginia Angus Association held its annual meeting March 28 at the Riverfront Café in Chilhowie.
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The website address for Southwest Virginia community newspapers, including the Wytheville Enterprise, the Richlands News-Press, The Clinch Valley News, The Bland County Messenger, The Floyd Press, the Smyth County News & Messenger, the Washington County News and the Mountain Planner.
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Pharmacy, specializes in prescriptions, OTC meds, personalized friendly service. Carries Dr, Scholl's orthopedic shoes. Serving the Richlands area for over 20 years. Locally owned by Edwin Pruett, MPH.
Gardner's Family Pawn Shop began serving the Wytheville community in the fall of 2011. We are the youngest of four stores in the Gardner family with our other locations in Pulaski, Hillsville, and Galax. We have recently added an auction house in Pulaski a few doors down from our store. In addition to loans, we also buy items and trade as well. We take many different items including guns, electronics, knives, jewelry, coins, gaming systems, DVD's, games, musical instruments, amps, ATV's, boats, vehicles, and much more.