Greene County Record
Logan Bogert is a reporter for the Greene County Record in Stanardsville, Virginia. She loves two things: writing engaging content and having people read it. She graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia with a bachelor's in mass communications and a concentration in print/online journalism. Logan is currently a member of the Society of Professional Journalists.
Greene County Record
The trial of Greene County Commissioner of the Revenue and his son, originally slated for this week, has been postponed until after the new year. Commissioner Larry Snow, 70, is accused of using a computer to gather identifying information that exceeded his authority as a constitutional officer.
STANARDSVILLE - A Charlottesville man convicted in the 2011 shooting deaths of three people in Greene County recently appeared in court to determine whether his previous defense counsel failed to call a witness who could have provided an alibi. Taybronne Altereik White, now 34, was found guilty on Oct.
ST. GEORGE - Basketball and coaching make up the fabric of current Blue Ridge School head coach Cade Lemcke's life. But interwoven in the wins, losses and accolades each season is his lasting impact on the players and the program.
Nearly 30 students at William Monroe High School participated in an all-day sit-in protest last Thursday. The sit-in was sparked after students alleged that a long-term substitute was fired for using a swear word in front of students after finding out she wasn't being paid what she thought she was supposed to be paid.
Local racing champion Philip Morris wears many hats. Monday through Thursday, you'll find him at his Ruckersville business interacting with customers. After hours, he spends time with his family and works out at the local gym. But on Fridays and Saturdays, the 53-year-old businessman, father and soon-to-be grandpa can be found on the racetrack.
STANARDSVILLE - Greene County is mourning the loss of one of its "Grandes Dames," Eloise Giles, after an April 16 car wreck in Ruckersville. Giles would have been 98 on June 9. Giles is remembered in the community for her work as an artist.
On any given day, 6-year-old Bronc Jessee can be found in his room playing with bull riding toys, practicing bull riding with a makeshift bucking chute in his living room or pretending to ride the family dog, Kujo, like a bull.
Graduating senior Kamdon Early is no stranger to late nights at Piedmont Virginia Community College's Eugene Giuseppe Center (PVCC) in Stanardsville. The William Monroe High School student found himself there often after school - even memorizing the center's hours - all to complete his school work.
Last week, instead of an after-school practice or game, the William Monroe Middle School girls basketball team found themselves shopping at Walmart - but all for a good cause. A house in the Twin Lakes neighborhood of Greene County was destroyed by a fire on Jan. 25.
Years ago, Kelly Coffin rode her horse while her dog roamed outside - something that Kelly admitted doesn't happen often. She later told her husband and gold medal equestrian Olympian, Tad, that it was a "Billy and Blaze" moment. Tad confessed that "Billy and Blaze," a children's book by C.W.
The Greene County Fair board thought, due to a typo in the lease, it had another year before the lease on the property where the fair has been held for 24 years expired. But, there will be no Greene County Fair next year after all.
The food pantry of Greene County will be moving in the coming years from its current location next to Domino's pizza to the house behind the courthouse in Stanardsville. Feeding Greene, located at 41A Ford Ave. in Stanardsville, purchased the property located behind the courthouse in August.
Capital News Service
A bill to allow teenagers to join volunteer fire and rescue squads may save many operations around Virginia that have seen an increase in service calls but a decrease in volunteers.
RICHMOND - A three-judge federal appeals court panel heard arguments Tuesday on whether Lee Boyd Malvo, who was convicted of murder in the Beltway sniper attacks in 2002, is entitled to a new sentencing under a U.S. Supreme Court decision that made life without parole unconstitutional for juveniles. The 4th U.S.
Capital News Service RICHMOND - Virginians had a lot of reasons to endure biting cold temperatures to witness Ralph Northam's inauguration as governor. Some of the estimated 5,000 spectators came with a plea of help. Some wanted to witness democracy in action. And others had dedicated themselves to the Northam campaign.