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Officers and new board members of The Shepherd’s Center of Richmond for 2018-2019 are: president, Harold (Hal) Costley, retired civil engineer; vice president, Bernard Henderson with Woody Funeral Home; secretary, Dr. Grayson Miller, retired state epidemiologist; treasurer, Sally Youngs, CPA and retired Reynolds Metals Co. employee; and immediate past president, Betty Ann Dillon, licensed psychologist. Board members are: Carol Harris, retired manager of historic tours and interpretation at Maymont; Janet Simmons, retired accountant, kalèo; and Ruth Blevins, retired IT manager, Dominion Virginia Power. Ex-officio member: John C. Clark III, retired counsel for Crestar Bank.
We need more qualified cybersecurity workers
Do anti-pipeline activists speak for all Virginians?
When thousands of Louisiana college students return to classes this week, many of them face another round of boosted costs, as the price tag for getting a degree creeps ever higher.
WASHINGTON – The proposed Rosemont Mine, a massive, open-pit copper operation in the Santa Rita Mountains southeast of Tucson, will be back in court this fall as opponents challenge permits for the project, the latest twist in an 11-year battle.
In the past I have often thought that we Montanans have been somewhat narrow by our strong preference for "native Montanans" in political offices. I have changed my mind. Consider for a moment Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke in his "cowboy" costume with his black hat on backwards uncomfortably riding his pinto Shetland-cross pony in a parade in Washington, D.C. In a desperate attempt to fit in as one of us, he managed to shame and embarrass, if not himself, our entire state's cultural heritage.
BAMBERG – Since the beginning of 2018, Bamberg County has 19 potential development projects eyeing its properties, a Southern Carolina Alliance official reported at Bamberg County Council's Aug. 13 meeting.
SWEET HOME — Thirty young people from throughout the mid-valley spent Friday morning learning about leadership and there wasn’t a PowerPoint, chalkboard or flip chart in sight.
The Museum of Flight at Richard B. Russell Regional Airport in Rome needs another $35,000 to bring home the body of "Sweet Little Miss."