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Fundraisers seek to feed needy children
Lonesome Pine Cycling raised $15,640 to help Wise County and Norton children secure enough to eat each school day, but the money just begins to address the need. Children who qualify for reduced or...
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Appalachia approves bond issue
Appalachia Town Council last Thursday okayed a bond issue for up to $230,632 for water improvements. Council last month delayed action on the resolution authorizing the general obligation bond beca...
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Appalachia continues tourism efforts
Appalachia's incremental efforts to improve its standing as a tourism and recreation destination continue. Town council last Thursday approved spending $1,500 to print brochures to let potential vi...
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Home Crafts, Shindig to keep Gap busy
There’s so much going on in Big Stone Gap this weekend that even the weather is cooperating. Only a miniscule chance of rain is predicted for Friday through Sunday, which should encourage large tur...
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Elvis never left . . .
Evan O’Quinn, Union High football band drum major, channels the spirit of Elvis Presley during Saturday’s McChesney Band Festival at Bullitt Park.
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Fire displaces Southern family
A Saturday night fire ruined the home of a family in the Southern section. Volunteers from the Mountain Empire Chapter of the American Red Cross provided emergency shelter, clothing and food to the...
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Town moves forward on Bullitt upgrades
Children who enjoy Big Stone Gap’s Bullitt Park could receive a special Christmas present this year. Construction on the two handicapped-accessible tree houses and related upgrades are expected to ...
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  • Council ponders future visitors’ center
    by GLENN GANNAWAY • Post News Editor
    10.16.14 - 12:06 am
  • Auto dealership now in Barnette’s hands
    by GLENN GANNAWAY • Post News Editor
    10.09.14 - 12:08 am
  • McChesney band fest ready for 34th edition
    by GLENN GANNAWAY • Post News Editor
    10.09.14 - 12:07 am