The Martinsville School Board approved applying for a waiver for third-graders reading below grade level at Albert Harris Elementary School to be exempt from state science and/or social studies testing requirements.
Did you know some children today turn against their parents? Why does money in most cases seem to be the answer to all of life’s problems? As we all know, this life is full of many troubles, but should a child turn away from their parents in the closing years of their life?
June 11, 2013
The Stroller - Stroller
TUESDAY'S WORD is chilblain. “The damp cold there goes bone deep, and chilblains are a threat ...” — From an article by Guy Trebay in The New York Times, Jan. 16, 2011 (Source: Merriam Webster)
And he couldn’t have asked for a better player than Hannah Savedge to be his first.
The senior captain of the Warriors this spring signed a letter of intent to play at NAIA Division I Virginia Intermont College in Bristol. Savedge was one of five Piedmont District players this season to make the All-Region IV first team, while also notching a PD first team selection at catcher.
And more importantly, a trip to see who it all began with.
Kilby, an assistant basketball coach at Cleveland State Community College in Cleveland, Tenn., returned to visit his mother, Gayne Kilby, in Patrick Springs. She is everything to Kilby, and nearly every aspect of his life can be traced back to her.
Kilby’s 64 years have been filled with plenty of heartache and joy. A former Bassett and Ferrum basketball player and lifelong coach, he’s seen some peaks. Kilby is also no stranger to the valley.
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