It’s been five years since the darkest day in the history of the Hokie Nation, yet today feels different. Today Hokies nationwide not only remember the lives lost that day, we also celebrate how much we’ve overcome together.
Bubba Watson’s improbable win in the Masters Tournament on Sunday was a testimony not only to his skill (and an incredible shot) but also to the love and sacrifices made by his family–hallmarks of the American Dream.
Responding to discredited Democrat charges that he voted to end Medicare, Rep. Robert Hurt reassures 5th District voters that he is “working hard” every day to find a responsible way to reform Medicare for the seniors who have paid into the program.
Angered that almost no one seems willing to stand up to the ubiquitous protestors from Westboro Baptist Church, Tim Conrad, father of a slain soldier from Roanoke, declares his independent candidacy for U.S. Senate.
Republican Mark Lucas picks up his first major endorsement from a prominent group of Roanoke business leaders.
Three Democrats have announced their intention to challenge Morgan Griffith for the Ninth Congressional District seat, including one familiar face from 2010.
Roanoke’s Democrat status quo will be challenged after all in May’s municipal elections…by a Republican entrepreneur for mayor and a college student involved with the Occupy Roanoke movement for City Council, thus giving Roanokers a choice between pro-business and higher-tax alternatives.
Student at Washington & Lee University’s Mock Republican Convention predict a Romney/McDonnell ticket.
A Virginia political tradition since 1908, Washington & Lee University’s mock convention opened last night with a debate between two heavy-hitters. Will the convention keep its streak alive by accurately predicting the Republican nominee?