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Coal in Midlothian

The Great Triassic Basin, “The Coal Fields,” the Village of Midlothian, the first coal mined and used in America ̵… Read More

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Bermuda Hundred

May 4th and 5th, 1864, Gen. Grant orchestrated simultaneous attacks at five Confederate locations knowing that the Confederates wo… Read More

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Starting Over…Again

When Nancy Tait walked into the WTVR TV newsroom in the early 1970s, she was reporting for her first full-time job in TV journalis… Read More

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“Most irradiated…”

Maurice Duke was a witness in the 1950s to nuclear tests at Yucca Flats, Nevada, which has been called “the most irradiated,… Read More

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Virginia Voice broadcasts every day (see our daily broadcast schedule) by way of closed-circuit radios provided, at no charge, to eligible applicants.  Browse for on demand programs in mp3 format,  alphabetically or by category.

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