Arkay Packaging Corporation to invest $11 million to expand operation Governor Terry McAuliffe announced Arkay Packaging Corporation, one of the world’s premiere folding carton manufacturing companies, will invest $11 million to upgrade equipment and expand its operation in Botetourt County. The project will create 50 new jobs. Speaking about the announcement, Governor McAuliffe said, “Arkay…
The rift between Botetourt County’s voter registrar and its electoral board was purely political, former Registrar Phyllis Booze asserted in a lawsuit filed Friday claiming she was let go for partisan reasons.
Because she is a Republican, Booze claimed, the two Democrats on the three-member board voted not to reappoint her in June to another four-year term.
In her lawsuit, filed in Roanoke’s federal court against electoral board members William “Buck” Heartwell and Paul Fitzgerald, Booze seeks lost wages, compensation for emotional suffering and her job back.
While much has been made of the point that Booze’s two detractors on the board are Democrats, the lawsuit is believed to be the first public statement of how her political affiliation factored into their long-running tense relationship.
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From “Virginia and Virginians, 1606-1888,” published by H.H. Hardesty, we find this entry for Dr. Henry H. Bryan, who resided at Logan, West Virginia:
At the present time one of the most prominent members of his profession in the State of West Virginia, was born in Logan county, W.Va., April 28, 1852; he attended three years full course at the Ohio Medical College, after which he practiced…
Bedford, Augusta, Stafford, Botetourt, Montgomery students place in statewide Buckle Up campaign
Staunton River High School in Bedford County and Drew Middle School in Stafford County are the statewide winners of the 2015 “Save Your TAIL-Gate, Buckle Up” campaign sponsored by Youth of Virginia Speak Out About Traffic Safety (YOVASO), the Virginia State Police and the Allstate Foundation. Staunton River placed first in the high school division and Drew placed first in the middle school…
U.S. Senator Tim Kaine announced that his guest at Tuesday’s Presidential State of the Union Address will be Lisa Barnett, Coordinator for Career and Technical Education for Botetourt County Public Schools.
Kaine, co-chair of the bipartisan Senate Career and Technical Education (CTE) Caucus, has made improving CTEone of his top priorities in the Senate. Kaine grew up working in his father’s…
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Governor Terry McAuliffe announced today that Dynax America Corporation, a subsidiary of Dynax Corporation of Hokkaido, Japan, will invest $32.625 million to expand its automotive components manufacturing operation in Botetourt County.
The Governor made the announcement following a meeting yesterday with Dynax Corporation officials in Tokyo during his Asia Marketing Mission. Virginiasuccessfully…
A legislative proposal to drug-test recipients of public assistance was derailed Tuesday on a bipartisan vote in a Republican-controlled House of Delegates subcommittee.
Two Republicans, Dels. Peter Farrell of Henrico County and Chris Peace of Hanover County, joined minority Democrats in opposing the measure, which failed to advance on a 6-5 vote.
The legislation, HB468 and HB86, introduced by Republican Dels. Christopher Head of Botetourt County and Rick Morris of Isle of Wight County, would have established a pilot program to test recipients of assistance in the Virginia Initiative for Employment not Welfare program for illegal drugs.
Head said the intent of the legislation was to discourage participants from spending their benefits on drugs instead of buying groceries for their families. “You can’t continue to reward and ultimately fund bad behavior,” he told the subcommittee.
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The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries and the Wildlife Center of Virginia announced today that the Knoxville Zoo has agreed to provide a permanent home for a yearling Black Bear that cannot be released back into the wild.
As a young cub, this bear was illegally kept in a private home for 30 days. The cub was confiscated in May 2013 by the Botetourt County sheriff’s office and VDGIF