CAMS students competed in a double-elimination flag football tournament to raise money for Hurricane Harvey victims.  $1031.90 was sent to one of CAMS very own teachers' alma mater in Texas.  In addition to the game, the James River High School Marching Band performed with the CAMS band.  Th…

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PTA Reflections winners were announced at Colonial Elementary for 201. A special thank you to Bank of Botetourt for their financial contributions and support of the Reflections program.  Pictured winners include: Left to Right (Front row): Beahlen Deacon, Canton Musser, Mason Scott, Ashlee W…

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Kevin Haley, 18, of Troop 333 in Fincastle, completed his Eagle Project to benefit the Roanoke Saint Francis Service Dogs, located in Hollins.

Children participate in "farm" dramatic play in the adventure room at Children's Castle Early Learning Center. The room, designed for ages 2-12, features corresponding games, stories and music. The unstructured dramatic play incorporates different learning activities and kids play on their o…

  • Cathy Benson Special to The Botetourt View

From the time he was 3 years old, Tom Williamson was interested in cattle farming on the family farm in the Trinity section of Botetourt County. He would watch from the window while his grandfather fed the cattle.

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Tom Lawson, artist and retired attorney of Daleville, visited the O. Winston Link and History Museum of Western Virginia Nov. 16 to see the jersey he wore for the Championship Midget League game in Lakeland, Fla., in 1951 Santa Claus Bowl.

Shakespeare in the Vines would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to all those who were able to participate in its fall production of William Shakespeare's "The Tempest." The response from the greater Roanoke Valley community is truly overwhelming. Through your generosity and enthusiasm fo…

Botetourt County’s first Habitat for Humanity house was built by BTEC students with instruction from Phillip Simmons and support from the Botetourt County Public Schools Education Foundation. Bank of Botetourt and Virginia Mountain Mortgage helped move the house to its permanent location.

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