October 16, 2014 Edition
Open forum planned to discuss Bath hospital
HOT SPRINGS — Those interested in discussing the future of Bath Community Hospital are invited to ...
Breath taking vista ...
Doctors resign from Bath hospital
HOT SPRINGS — Four doctors have resigned from Bath Community Hospital in the last few days, sa...
Missing hunter found safe
WARM SPRINGS — A hunter was missing overnight in the Poor Farm area last week, but walked out ...
HARRY THOMAS HARLOW SR.
STAUNTON — Harry Thomas Harlow Sr., 87, of Waynesboro, passed away on Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2014, ...
Rams take 2 from Pocahontas
MONTEREY — Highland’s varsity volleyball team picked up a pair of muchneeded wins Monda...
Craig, Covington post wins over Bath
NEW CASTLE and HOT SPRINGS — The Bath County volleyball team found the going tough last week, ...
Five former Bath County High School athletes are playing college sports this fall. Katelyn Rice is o...
State tourney a learning experience for Charger
ABINGDON — Bath County sophomore Caleb Fry finished 16th in the 1A State Golf Championships, h...
COVINGTON — Dan and Cheryl Milton of Covington would like to announce the birth of their son, ...
Former Bath resident to show watercolor works
MONTEREY — Watercolor artist Peg Sheridan is a familiar face to many Bath and Highland county ...
Coat closet seeking donations
HOT SPRINGS — Ashwood United Methodist Church needs donations of warm clothing for children an...
Bath County • Oct. 5 — Deputy Cody Smith and Deputy Thomas McRoberts conducted a traffi...
Bath citizens ask school intervention, supervisors refuse their requests
Editor’s note: The following article was gleaned from the June 6, 1974. Joseph Pritchard was e...
50 years ago
• Bruce R. Richardson Jr., President of the Virginia Trout Co. Inc., Monterey, was elected pres...
25 years ago
• Highland County taxpayers apparently will have to ante up at least $43,600 to pay for unantic...
Artist appreciates nice Bath County welcome
Editor, The Recorder, I participated in the Bath County Plein Air Festival for the second year in a ...
Be respectful, stop stealing pipeline signs
Editor, The Recorder, Whoever is stealing the “No Pipeline” signs along U.S. 250, north ...
Redingtons have given their lives in service
Standing in support of Bath County doctors
Editor, The Recorder, How times change. I worked for Bath Community Hospital 20 years ago. Our mott...
This time, the process worked
The approval by the Bath County Board of Supervisors Tuesday night of funding for a water line exten...
Murder mystery benefits regional arts
COVINGTON – There is fun, frippery, and mystery afoot at the historic Luke Mountain estate her...
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