A high-profile national political group gets involved in a county issue in Virginia...and a Christian school says it may not the be the appropriate place for one second-grader. Those stories are among the most clicked this past week at the Virginia Public Access Project's VaNews link on vpap.org.
A wrong fax machine number, not calling all possible facilities and poor communication are among the failures cited in the investigation of Gus Deeds' detention, release, attack on his father--Senator Creigh Deeds--and subsequent suicide.
An article in the scientific journal “Nature” recently concluded that the oldest trees in the forest grow faster and pull more carbon out of the air than young trees do. Today, ninety-nine-point-nine percent of the original old growth forest is in the U.S. is gone, but activists are working to preserve what’s left. An organization called “The Old Growth Forest Network” is looking to certify one in every county. In some Virginia counties, that won't be possible.