Modular sewage systems may be an alternative
The Middlesex Board of Supervisors was told on Sept. 7 about a new sewage treatment system that might keep the county from having to spend millions of dollars on a conventional plant to serve the Saluda area. Saluda District supervisor Pete Mansfield and county administrator Charles Culley presented the plan to supervisors at their Sept. 7 meeting.
posted 09.16.2010Old book stirs memories
A book of poems written by Urbanna Elementary School 5th-graders about 45 years ago has surfaced. The 31 students in the 1964-65 fifth grade class of the late Louise Mercer each wrote a poem about “The Wonders of the Universe,” which was that year’s theme.
posted 09.16.2010The first day of school: A few tears, lots of promise
The very first day of school is filled with emotion. Nervous parents say goodbye to their kindergarten students outside of Middlesex Elementary School and walk away choking back tears.
posted 09.09.2010Rev. Al Sharpton, civil rights leader, to speak Sunday
The Rev. Al Sharpton, one of the nation’s most notable civil rights leaders, will be the guest speaker Sunday, September 12, for the 2 p.m. homecoming service at Lebanon Baptist Church near Saluda.