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  • VMI hosts STEM Education Conference

    VMI hosts STEM Education Conference
    Virginia Military Institute is hosting the state's inaugural STEM Education Conference.  The Lexington school says more than 500 educators, administrators, students and members of the private sector are expected attend the three-day conference. The...
  • OL Jessamen Dunker only UF commit in Rivals 100

     
    The first Rivals 100 list for the class of 2012 was released on Monday, and Florida had one commitment on the list. Boynton Beach OL Jessamen Dunker came in at 49th. That shouldn't cause too much concern for Gators fans in May. Will Muschamp and his staff...
  • VMI cadets get lessons from Middle East experts

    VMI cadets get lessons from Middle East experts
    Cadets at Virginia Military Institute are getting a timely lesson on conflict in the Middle East. Experts on the subject convene on Post in Lexington this week even as a coalition of nations stepped up bombing Libya. Cadet Colin Miller, a senior who...
  • VMI Cadet drowns while duck hunting

    VMI Cadet drowns while duck hunting
    A Virginia Military Institute Cadet drowned while duck hunting Monday. Andrew Reavis was a junior at the Lexington school.  He was at home near the Chesapeake Bay when the accident happened, according to a news release. Reavis hoped to be...
  • Lexington City Schools hopes to give teachers rare thing-- a raise

    Lexington City Schools hopes to give teachers rare thing-- a raise
    It’s something you don't often hear-- raises for public employees. But there’s talk of just that for Lexington school teachers. With all of the controversy surrounding state and local workers potentially paying into the Virginia Retirement...
  • UPDATED: 8 displaced after house fire in Lexington

    UPDATED: 8 displaced after house fire in Lexington
    UPDATED 2:58 p.m.: Eight people have been displaced after a fire started in a downstairs basement at a home near Buena Vista. The Buena Vista Fire Department says all of the people made it out safely and all are membes of one family. Firefighters say...
  • Replacement of Lexington bridge will mean a year of detours

    Replacement of Lexington bridge will mean a year of detours
    A plan to replace an old bridge in downtown Lexington will mean at least a year of detours. The Virginia Department of Transportation is preparing to replace the East Nelson Street Bridge.  The span was built in 1938 and has deteriorated to the point...
  • Snow and ice cause accidents and delays on roads north of Roanoke

    Snow and ice cause accidents and delays on roads north of Roanoke
    Our latest winter storm has moved on, but not before leaving several inches of snow in parts of central and western Virginia. Some people were without power Wednesday night and the icy conditions contributed to traffic accidents and delays, but there...
  • State police respond to more than 1,000 winter weather-related crashes

    State police respond to more than 1,000 winter weather-related crashes
    State police had their hands full with accidents from Wednesday's winter weather. In the three divisions in our viewing area, more than 450 crashes were reported.  Across the state, troopers responded to just over 1,000 accidents. The majority of...
  • Update: Confederate-style flags come down for good in Lexington?

    Update: Confederate-style flags come down for good in Lexington?
    Update July 26, 2011 The flap over flags in Lexington has taken another turn as the group who jump-started the entire debate backs down. The Sons of Confederate Veterans wanted to fly a confederate-style flag on certain holidays.  Now the group says...
  • Douthat State Park getting new campgrounds

    Douthat State Park getting new campgrounds
    Douthat State Park is getting new campgrounds. On April 1, a new 23-acre campground called Whispering Pines will open. Also, the Beaver Dam Campground has been turned into an equestrian camping area. Both projects cost $2.43 million. The Whispering...
  • Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks, accepts award at Virginia Military Institute

    Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks, accepts award at Virginia Military Institute
    Virginia Military Institute honored Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Tuesday, with the school's Distinguished Diplomat Award. VMI's Superintendent said it was a sign of respect and deep appreciation for Clinton's years of service to the nation....