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Fred First Returns with Second “Slow Road Home”

Fred First writes like he speaks: laid back, thoughtful and thought provoking. In recent years, the Floyd County resident has penned columns for the...

Frederick Buechner: ART

AN OLD SILENT pond. / Into the pond a frog jumps. / Splash! Silence again." It is perhaps the best known of all Japanese haiku....

First Tee of Roanoke Valley Set For Exciting 2018

March is when the days are getting longer and the grass gets greener. So, take the golf clubs out of the closet, clean up the...

First Tee Roanoke Juniors Heading To Pebble Beach

One of the most famous and recognizable golf courses in the world is the Pebble Beach Golf Links, situated on the scenic Monterey Peninsula...

Tech and Taubman Offer Students First-Hand Experience Researching Art

Students from Virginia Tech’s School of Visual Arts in the College of Architecture and Urban Studies are receiving hands-on research experience through a partnership with the...

First Tee Youth Day Kicks Off Greenbrier Classic Festivities

Although The Greenbrier Classic officially began Monday with practice rounds and the arrival of many of the PGA Pros, Tuesday was devoted to the...

Governor’s School Announces First Place Winners of Regional Science and Engineering Fair

On Saturday, March 15, over 100 gifted and talented students from the school districts of Covington City, Roanoke City, and Roanoke County, plus students...

Downed Trees and Flooding Impacting Travel in Western Virginia

Overnight, gusty winds and heavy rains from the remnants of Hurricane Florence have downed trees and flooded roads in western Virginia. Rain is still...

A Decade and Counting For The Roanoke Star

About ten years ago in a land far, far away an amazing thing happened. A couple of people got together and envisioned a newspaper...

Floyd Author to Present at Bent Mountain Center

Author, photographer and naturalist Fred First will present One Place, Understood: Belonging in Nature, Place and Community, on November 14th, 7:00 pm at the Bent Mountain Center located...