New book honors Christchurch graduates who served our country
A new book by alumnus Captain Alexander “Sandy” G. Monroe speaks to the honor, courage and dedication of those many Christchurch graduates who served this country and the role the school played in molding their lives.
posted 02.12.2014Speckled trout fish kills caused by frigid water
Plunging water temperatures have resulted in thousands of speckled trout dying in the Piankatank River, North River, Ware River, Mobjack Bay, and the eastern and western branches of the Corrotoman River.
posted 02.12.2014The Beatles: Music that changed the world
This Sunday, February 9, at 8 p.m. marks the moment 50 years ago when The Beatles performed live on The Ed Sullivan Show. In a country of 190 million, an estimated 73 million people witnessed the electrifying event.
posted 02.05.2014Intersection in front of Food Lion to be discussed
Virginia Department of Transportation officials will hold a public informational meeting to discuss traffic problems and solutions at the Food Lion intersection in Saluda. The meeting will be from 5-7 p.m. on Thursday, February 13, at the Cooks Corner Business Complex on Route 33, two miles east of Saluda.