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Local fallen soldier honored

Band of cross-country cyclists visit area to honor CWOA Derrick Anthony Walker
HONOR–Diane (left) and mother Clarice Walker display plaque and portrait of (son and grandson) CWO4 Derrick Anthony Walker presented by bikers of the Fallen Soldiers Memorial Torch Motorcycle Ride. Officer Walker died October 5, 2017. – Photo by S. Hale

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The Dumas Hotel Legacy, Inc. signs purchase agreement with Total Action for Progress, Inc.

source site After 16 months of working with a growing number of community supporters and partners The Dumas Hotel Legacy, Inc. has signed a fully executed contract with Total Action for Progress, Inc. for purchase of the historic Dumas Hotel on Henry Street in downtown Roanoke. Continue reading The Dumas Hotel Legacy, Inc. signs purchase agreement with Total Action for Progress, Inc.

Warren Street Festival annual celebration of a “Will to Survive and Thrive”

watch Little did Steven Warren know when he decided to move to a section of Franklin County, VA in 1890 to set up housekeeping that he was making history! He not only created a home but also businesses. There was a livery stable, Aunt Ollie’s Restaurant and Bed and Breakfast, a slaughterhouse and a chicken house that provided fresh eggs and chickens. He also grew gardens to provide vegetables for his family and had a restaurant and store. Continue reading Warren Street Festival annual celebration of a “Will to Survive and Thrive”

The laws of Nature

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NPR Aids White Nationalists

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see url That is how Karen Attiah described the National Public Radio interview with Jason Kessler in the Washington Post on August 11. I have read the transcript, and I agree with her. Continue reading NPR Aids White Nationalists