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A radio-collared grizzly sow took a 2,800-mile trek through Montana and Idaho. Her trail shows the many places bears may soon inhabit as their numbers increase.
Read through the obituaries published today in Martinsville Bulletin.
Grizzlies have made gains toward recovery, but populations may need to connect to secure long-term stability. That has prompted scientists to focus on lands that fall between large populations.
Lt. Gov. Winsome Earle-Sears did not preside over the state Senate on Thursday after coming into contact Wednesday with someone who has COVID-19, spokesman Chris Saxman said.
Seven months ago, the U.S. Senate approved a $52 billion spending package to revive the domestic manufacturing of semiconductor chips that are crucial to automobiles and a potential new source of jobs in Virginia, including Henrico County, former home to a major chip factory.
The Virginia legislature's only medical doctor supported a bill on Thursday aimed at encouraging health care providers to be allowed to prescribe drugs to treat COVID-19 that have not been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for that purpose.
Virginians with no symptoms should avoid using up the state's strained supply of COVID-19 tests, Gov. Glenn Youngkin said Thursday, as the state works to refocus its supply of tests to hospitals, nursing homes and schools.
There were a total of 150 indictments issued by a Henry County Grand Jury on Tuesday: 91 regular indictments an 59 direct indictments.
An indictment is not an indication of guilt. It is the grand jury's determination that enough evidence exists to hold a trial.
Thomas Joe Braxton III, 39, was found guilty in August by Henry County Circuit Judge David Williams of all charges in the wounding last year of former Martinsville City Patrolman Michael Panos and sentenced this week.
Let the people decide.
The Henry County Planning Commission has given the go-ahead for local businessman Barry Nelson to construct a new subdivision in the Horsepasture District, but the road ahead could be difficult.
Del. Danny Marshall (R-Danville) and Sen. Bill Stanley (R-Moneta) have filed companion bills in the House and Senate that would put the issue of Martinsville’s reversion from a city to a town on the ballot for voters in Martinsville.
Martinsville residents and businesses have been affected more frequently recently by power outages and to make matters worse, the system in use to receive reports from customers experiencing those outages is mostly useless.