Friday, June 15, 2012

Deputies Find Over 1,700 Pot Plants In Yuma
Scott County, Virginia sheriff's deputies have found more than 17 hundred marijuana plants in Yuma. The plants ranged from 1 to 4 feet tall and had not reached full maturity. Deputies say that if the plants had been processed and sold on the streets the value would have been around 5 million dollars. Three suspects have been identified, but no charges have been filed. (jb)

Friday, November 21, 2014

  • Domestic Situation in Russell County Leads to Second-Degree Murder Charges Being Filed
  • Engineering Program to be Offered by Milligan College
  • State Certificate Granted for Lee County Hospital Project
  • Former Utility District Managers Accused of Theft, Official Misconduct
  • Damascus Women Arrested in Johnson City After Both Stole $600 From J.C. Penney's
  • Bristol, Virginia Now Marketing Revenue Bonds for The Falls Development Project
  • One Victim Identified in Abingdon Fire That Killed Two
  • TN Mental Health Officials to Launch $7 Million Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention Project in Sullivan, Washington Counties
  • Tobacco Commission Member Says SW Virginia Medical School Project is 'Lipstick On a Pig'
  • Former Probation Officer Arrested for Official Misconduct



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