Depending on where you are, there’s 4-7 inches of snow on the ground as the storm appears to have moved East and leaves only a chance of some mild snow or freezing rain. This leaves most Floyd Countians snug at home on a Sunday morning with little need or desire to get out on roads, […]
I spent a lot of time in the nation’s Capitol during our 23 years in Washington. A lot has changed over the years.
One of our three cats was lying on the carpet in our den this morning and stretched, squeaked and purred as I petted her. Puffer couldn’t meow because she was born with damaged vocal cords, along with her sister, Coco, who were feral kittens that Amy cared for in 2007 until we decided to add […]
A heavy, wet overnight snow put two inches or more on Floyd County and surrounding area, causing multiple power outages, downed limbs from the weight of snow and limps, and — to make matters worse, — a warning of a potential malware when you click on the Appalachian Power Company map that shows the outages. […]
Rocky Mount’s two wayward police officer, with stories that continue to change about what they or did not do inside the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, are now ex-cops after getting fired Tuesday. Town Manager James Ervin confirmed Tuesday that former Thomas “T.J.” Robertson and former Officer Jacob Fracker are no longer affiliated with the […]