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Spartan Square Kroger introduces ‘ClickList,’ creating 25 new jobs

Thursday, July 21, 2016
By Kelsey Bartlett
Spartan Square Kroger introduces ‘ClickList,’ creating 25 new jobs Today, Spartan Square Kroger will introduce online shopping, creating 25 new jobs in the area. The store is only the second in Virginia west of Richmond to introduce the company’s “ClickList” program. ClickList began testing in 2014, with over 120 of the nation’s approximate 2,800 Kroger stores now participating. According to George Anderson, e-Commerce... »

First Aid Chief Guffey receives Outstanding Administrator Award

Thursday, July 21, 2016
By Debbie Adams
First Aid Chief Guffey receives Outstanding Administrator Award VINTON–Chief Wayne Guffey of the Vinton First Aid Crew has received the 2016 Outstanding Administrator Award from the Western Virginia EMS Council. He was recognized by Vinton Town Council at their meeting on July 19. The award recognizes “an individual who has demonstrated ability to organize, conduct, manage, problem solve, and evaluate within his... »

Lee raises over $6,000 for local children

Wednesday, July 20, 2016
By Correspondent
Lee raises over $6,000 for local children By Pam Dudding-Burch The Craig County Field of Dreams is living up to its name. On Saturday, July 16, Jefferson Lee, hometown resident and a senior at the University of Mount Union, was hard at work there, completing his senior project. His college gave him the option of writing a paper or organizing an... »

SHS awarded $50,000 Implementation Grant

Wednesday, July 20, 2016
By Kelsey Bartlett
Salem High School is one of nine schools in the state to be awarded a $50,000 grant by the Virginia Department of Education to create programs that provide innovative approaches to learning. The grant is designed to better prepare students for employment. Recipients of the grant were announced by Governor Terry McAuliffe on July... »

Three charged for allegedly making meth in SUV in Christiansburg

Tuesday, July 19, 2016
By Brian Perdue
Three charged for allegedly making meth in SUV in Christiansburg CHRISTIANSBURG — Two men and a woman are facing felonies after being pulled over in an SUV with an active methamphetamine lab in the vehicle. David Andrew Hodge, 32, of Salem was arrested and charged with manufacture of methamphetamine over 28 grams, conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine over 28 grams, possession of methamphetamine, and possession... »

Auldridge selected to participate in the DNC

Sunday, July 17, 2016
By Kelsey Bartlett
Auldridge selected to participate in the DNC For most of 2005, Nathan Auldridge was a carefree college student. By the year’s end, he was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Today, he is cancer free and a caretaker for individuals living with disabilities. He is also the chairman of the Salem Democratic Committee, and was recently chosen to serve on the Rules... »

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