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Welcome back to school Floyd County!!!

New River Community Action would like to invite you to sign your child/children up for the Floyd County weekend food Backpack Program. The program is recommended for children receiving free or reduced-price meals at school, but is open to any Floyd County students. Please complete the online application at https://newrivercommunityaction.org/floyd-county-backpack-program/
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Blue Ridge Muse

School starts. Watch out for students, buses

Seems like we start the new school year earlier each year. Floyd County public schools began their new term Wednesday with school buses on the road and heavier traffic in downtown Floyd as students and teachers headed for the county’s high school and four elementary locations. Let’s watch out...
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Floyd County schools announce free meals for students

FLOYD COUNTY, Va. (WSET) — Floyd County Public Schools announced Monday that free meals will be given to students. All students will be able to get free breakfast and lunch. Floyd County Public Schools have been giving students free meals for several years, and the tradition continues this year.
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Another Bobcat kitten taken in by SW Virginia Wildlife Center of Roanoke

(WFXR) — For the second time in a week, the Southwest Virginia Wildlife Center of Roanoke is asking for the community’s help because it now has two baby Bobcats to feed. The wildlife center says it received a Bobcat kitten from Floyd County on Saturday, Aug. 6 that was not only very hungry and dehydrated, but also had a heavy load of parasites.
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Too damn hot and stormy

Summertime is in full cooked and roasted mode. The days of temperatures in the high 80s and 90s, punctuated by rolling thunderstorms, too often including hail, and seemingly endless humidity, leave many of us dragging and seeking places of refuge. Census data shows less than 50% of Floyd County homes...
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