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Mar 2, 2017

Warm weather favors blooming flowers, trees, shrubs and bugs

Triad and foothills to the mid 30s to high 40s in the mountain counties, said Jake Ruckman, a weather service meteorologist in Blacksburg, Va.“We aren’t usually this warm in February,” Ruckman said.Taking advantage of the warm weather are blooming plants such as cherry trees, flowering apricots, tulip magnolias and star magnolias as well as winter honeysuckle bush, witch hazels, daffodils and Lenten roses, said Hayden Shuping, the greenhouse manager at Reynolda Gardens in Winston-Salem.“All of the things that are blooming right now can handle a little frost,” Shuping said. “In nature, you have to take it as it comes. The climate, from the week to week, is always different.”Leslie Peck, a horticulturist with the Forsyth County Cooperative Extension Service, said people with flowering plants and shrubs should stay aware of the high and low temperatures in February and March.“Most of the stuff that is flowing is taking their cues from the warm weather,” Peck said.Gardeners should add water to their blooming plants to insulate their roots if the temperatures drop below freezing, she said. Friday’s forecast calls for a low temperature of 29 degrees.The warm weather also could bring some unwanted guests to the Triad — mosquitoes, said Louis Jackai, an entomologist and the chairman of the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Design at N.C. A&T State University in Greensboro.Mosquitoes breed around sources of water such as rivers and streams, Jackai said.However, mosquitoes and other biting insects likely will remain dormant during these final days of winter, he said.“Once it starts getting warm, they (mosquitoes) will be active,” Jackai said. “They could get their butts frozen if the temperatures drops below freezing at night.”Low temperatures at night in the low to high 30s or cooler likely will minimize activity among the mosquitoes and other insects, he said.“When it’s real good and cold, no self-respecting mosquito would be out,” Jackai said.#ndn-video-player-3.ndn_embedded .ndn_floatContainer { margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom: 20px; }... (Winston-Salem Journal)

Mar 2, 2017

Emily Bender: the year-round flower lady

Emily Bender is Blacksburg’s flower lady. Yellow yarrow, rose dahlias, purple coxcombs, pink gladioluses – her bouquets and wreaths bring color to people’s lives at their highest and lowest times.Although she no longer sells flowers as a business, Bender makes and gives away nearly a hundred flower arrangements a year, friends say. Subscription Required An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You need an online service to view this article in its entirety. Choose an online service. 1PIZZA17: 7-Day Delivery + Digital Access $50.05 for 91 days $99.84 for 182 days $185.64 for 364 days Sign up today and get a 2017 Pizza Card ($80 Value) with your new subscri... (Roanoke Times ... - Roanoke Times)

Dec 22, 2016

Winners announced in Town of Blacksburg Holiday Parade

Organizers have released a list of the winning entries in Blacksburg’s 2016 Holiday Parade: General Float 1st — Glade Road Growers 2nd — New River Valley Chapter, Virginia Master Naturalists 3rd — Heartstrings Pet Lodging & Spa Youth Float 1st — Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office 2nd — Lil Leapers LLC 3rd — Cub Scout Pack 152 Non-Float 1st — New River Bicycle Association 2nd — Crystal Boyle 3rd — NRV Jeep Club Honorable Mention Winter Frost Farms Ride-A-Rescue Blacksburg Chinese School American Heritage Girls Submitted by Teresa Davis ... (Roanoke Times)

Aug 15, 2016

Blacksburg church's flower garden funds good causes

BLACKSBURG — Behind St. Mary’s Catholic Church where the land slopes toward distant Toms Creek and Brush Mountain rears up to fill half the horizon, flowers are blooming. Beds of zinnias, sunflowers, Shasta daisies, gladiolus, cosmos and other blossoms create lines of riotous color over almost half an acre. Though as pretty as a confetti-strewn carpet, this garden does not host weddings, teas or parties. It is a working garden, a plot where church volunteers raise flowers to sell. Subscription Required An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You need an online service to view this article in its entirety. Login Choose an online service. 1 Digital only Take the RTD on the go for just $1.99 a week. With your digital-only subscription you'll receive unlimited access to, our mobile website, mobile app and our replica e-edition. Get started now for $1.99 per week for 26 weeks ($8.62 monthly,) then $3.99 per week for 26 weeks ($17.28 monthly,)... (

Feb 3, 2016

Teen was stabbed to death; second Va. Tech student charged as accessory to murder

Please enable Javascript to watch this video BLACKSBURG, Va. -- Natalie M. Keepers, also a Virginia Tech student, is now charged as an accessory before the fact of first-degree murder, Montgomery County Commonwealth's Attorney Mary Pettitt said at a press conference on Tuesday. Keepers, age 19, of Laurel, Md, was already charged with concealing a dead body and being an accessory to murder after the fact, in the death of 13-year-old Nicole Madison Lovell. The preliminary cause of death is stabbing, Petitt said. Tammy Weeks, Lovell's mother, read a statement at the press conference, which you can hear in the video above. She was overcome by emotion and had to walk away before she finished. She did make it clear that Lovell had survived medical complications at a young age, and it is hard to grasp that her daughter overcame such odds only to perish at the hands of a murderer. Natalie M. Keepers (SOURCE: Montgomery County Jail) Nicole went missing sometime in the wee hours of January 27 Why? Why would a 13-year-old girl be killed? A... (

Feb 3, 2016

Nicole Lovell apparently stabbed to death; 2 Virginia Tech students charged

Eisenhauer did not lead authorities to the body, according to Blacksburg Police Chief Anthony Wilson, nor did he confess to murder. Still, authorities managed to piece things together after sorting through social media, exploring 300-plus tips and searching for other information pertinent to the case. A spokesman for Kik, an app that allows users to send anonymous messages, told CNN that it had cooperated with an FBI investigation into the case. "This involved responding to multiple emergency requests under our Emergency Disclosure Request policy, according to which we release certain account information to law enforcement agencies for cases that involve imminent threat of death, loss of security or serious physical injury to any person," Kik spokesman Rod McCleod said. Investigators haven't released details about what role the app or social media sites could have played in the case. Victim loved pandas, 'American Idol,' mom says Outside the ground-floor apartment where Nicole lived, there is evidence of more carefree times: a bicycle, a yellow Tonka truck, a few plastic chairs. A small bouquet of pink and white flowers rests on a table, in the 40-something temperatures, a reminder of a family's inconceivable loss. Tammy Weeks, Nicole's mother, held a stuffed panda in her hand as she spoke to reporters about her daughter. The girl's favorite color was blue. She loved pandas and dancing, and dreamed of making it big on "American Idol" someday. Time after time, Weeks said, the girl she called "Coley" beat the odds. First, there was a rare tumor in her liver that was diagnosed when she was a baby. Then there was a lymphoma fight that led relatives to think they'd "almost lost her a second time." And third, there was a bout with acute respiratory syndrome and antibiotic-resistant staphylococcus that led doctors to give her a mere 1% chance to make it. Somehow, Nicole survived all that, her mother said. "Nicole was a very lovable person," Weeks said. "Nicole touched many people throughout her short life." At that point, a trembling, sobbing Weeks abruptly left the news podium and the room. Josh Blankenship, a pastor at Auburn Baptist Church, finished reading from her prepared statement. "Our hearts still ache in sadness and secret tears still flow," Blankenship said. "What it meant to lose you, no one will ever know." Suspects could face life in prison Eisenhauer faces a sentence of 20 years to life if convicted of first-degree murder, the same sentence Keepers could face if she's convicted of accessory before the fact. (CNN)