Cattle and hay producer Bruce Stanger of Christiansburg was recently elected to a third three-year term on the Virginia Farm Bureau Federation Board of Directors.
The Floyd County Farm Bureau Women’s Leadership Committee is an all-volunteer organization that has focused on emphasizing ATV safety throughout 2022.
Floyd’s state champions were recently recognized both individually and as a team at the annual Roanoke Valley Golf Hall of Fame Banquet.
FloydFest added five more bands to the 2023 festival lineup on Thursday, including newgrass legends Leftover Salmon and the gospel pipes of J.R. Carroll.
About 40 people attended the Floyd Rotary Club’s Veterans Luncheon last month at the Floyd VFW.
Christmas For Children is happily serving more than 70 families this year with Christmas gifts for 156 children. Parents and guardians can pick up gift packages on Friday, Dec. 9, and Saturday, Dec. 10. Those picking up are asked to bring the letter sent to the approved applicant and photo ID.
Gov. Glenn Youngkin and First Lady Suzanne Youngkin were recently presented with two Christmas trees and four wreaths by the Virginia Christmas Tree Growers Association to help decorate Virginia’s Executive Mansion for the holidays.
Each year after Thanksgiving, Floyd transforms into a magical wonderland that radiates holiday cheer. As the annual parade made its way through town on Sunday, this year proved to be no exception.
Author Ron Peterson Jr. is scheduled for three appearances at Montgomery-Floyd Regional Library locations this week. He speaks at Jessie Peterman Memorial Library in Floyd at 5 p.m. on Friday (Dec. 2). Peterson will discuss his latest book, Eyes of a Monster, as well as discuss updates to hi…
The 28th annual Winterfest will be held at Floyd Center for the Arts this weekend. More than 30 local artisans and vendors are set to participate, providing the perfecto opportunity to shop locally for the holiday season.
The Floyd County High School varsity basketball squads officially tip off their 2022-2023 seasons on Monday, with the Lady Buffs taking on Magna Vista’s Warriors on their home court.
More than $5,000 was raised for scholarships and the Floyd Visitors Center operations at the 32nd annual Chamber Membership Dinner and Silent Auction Social on Nov. 21.
A 35-year-old Copper Hill man died at the scene of a single-vehicle crash on Thursday, Nov. 24.
The annual Floyd County Historical Society calendar featuring historical homes is available at a number of local retail locations and online.
The New River Valley Agency on Aging recently announced a new educational fund to encourage continuing education and advancements in the field of Gerontology.
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This fall, the Community Foundation of the New River Valley awarded a total of $208,366.99 through its Responsive Grants program to 71 nonprofits serving the New River Valley.
Applications and interviews for the 2022 Christmas For Children program have been completed. The nonprofit is serving more than 70 families with a total of 156 gifts.
The Floyd County High School girls Cross Country team came in third overall in the VSHL Class 2A Championship on Nov. 12 at Green Hill Park. The boys finished fourth overall.
Nonprofit operations in Floyd County have started fundraising for Giving Tuesday 2022 on Nov. 29.
Meet Floyd County Humane Society foster dog, Maya, who would love a permanent home for the holidays.
Floyd Town Council unanimously approved changes to the Warren G. Lineberry Park Use Permit last week.
Two Floyd establishments recently hosted ribbon cuttings to celebrate different individual milestones: new owners and a new location.
A 45-year-old woman accused of taking a truck from a Floyd field was found incompetent to stand trial on Tuesday.
All residents and businesses in Floyd County are invited to participate in the 2022 Holiday Lights Contest. Entry forms must be submitted by Sunday, Nov. 27.