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Anheuser-Busch announced today an agreement to acquire Devils Backbone Brewing Company.
Your new hearing aid will work so well that you may think at first that it’s working too well.
Western Carolina scored a combined 35 runs and swept a doubleheader from VMI, 21-7 and 14-11, in SoCon baseball action Sunday afternoon.
VMI (16-18, 1-6) and Western Carolina (15-13, 6-1 SoCon) will play two on Sunday at Gray-Minor Stadium in Lexington, Va.
The Western Carolina Catamounts hit five home runs and never trailed en route to a 7-1 win over the VMI Keydets.
The winners of the 2016 Governor’s Environmental Excellence Awards were named at the Environment Virginia Symposium.
VMI baseball returns to action Friday, when the Keydets open a three-game series against Western Carolina at Gray-Minor Stadium.
VMI head men’s soccer coach Jon Freeman has announced that he will step down from his post to pursue another professional opportunity.
VMI will commence spring football drills Thursday, April 7 with a workout at Fiorini Field that will begin a busy week for the team.
A seven-run uprising in the seventh inning turned the game around and sent the VMI Keydets past the Radford Highlanders, 8-7, in non-conference action Tuesday night in Radford, Va.
VMI baseball will return to action Tuesday, when the Keydets travel to Radford to face former Big South foe Radford.
You’re experiencing hearing loss, and you assume it’s just you. But it’s not just you. More than 34 million Americans have hearing loss.
The UNCG Spartans scored the final six runs of the game, en route to a 6-1 win over the VMI Keydets in the finale of a three-game SoCon series.
Lime Kiln Theater has announced its schedule for the Summer 2016 season. The series will run from May 21 through Aug. 26.
The UNCG Spartans scored 10 consecutive runs to break the game open in the middle innings to defeat the VMI Keydets, 11-6.
Registration is open for the 16th biennial Stonewall Jackson Symposium at Virginia Military Institute.
Washington and Lee University professor Domnica Radulescu has published her third novel, “Country of Red Azaleas.”
VMI baseball is back in action Friday, when the Keydets open a three-game SoCon series against the Spartans of UNCG in Greensboro.
The Longwood Lancers defeated the VMI Keydets, 10-9, in a non-conference contest Wednesday night in Farmville, Va.
Washington and Lee University’s Habitat for Humanity campus chapter received a $5,000 matching grant from State Farm®.
U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine will speak at Virginia Military Institute’s commencement ceremony May 16.
VMI tied school records for home runs and triples in a game and fell just one shy of single-game RBI and hit records, en route to a 23-2 victory.
Registration is open for Virginia Military Institute’s 27th annual Environment Virginia Symposium, which will feature a talk by Gov. Terry McAuliffe.
A back and forth, see-saw affair was decided with four runs in the top of the sixth as the James Madison Dukes defeated the VMI Keydets, 12-8, Tuesday afternoon at Gray-Minor Stadium in Lexington, Va.
The VMI Keydets downed the Binghamton Bearcats, 2-1, in the finale of the three-game series between the programs Sunday in Lexington, Va.
Freshman Matt Pita hit for the cycle and set a modern-day school record for runs batted in in a single game, leading VMI over Binghamton , 15-9.
Barton Myers, assistant professor of history at Washington and Lee University, has won the Filson Historical Society’s 2016 Ballard Breaux Visiting Research Fellowship.
The Stonewall Jackson House reopened for the season March 1 after being closed for the winter months of January and February.
The Longwood Lancers scored three times in the first inning and two pitchers combined on a two-hitter as Longwood defeated the VMI Keydets, 5-2.
A furious rally by the VMI Keydets fell just short as the Chattanooga Mocs held on for a thrilling 67-65 win Monday night in Lexington, Va.
The VMI Keydets scored seven early runs and a Jacob Jaye home run in the seventh, the first of his career, provided insurance as VMI downed the Lafayette Leopards, 8-5.
The VMI basketball team weathered a fast Citadel offense with their own attack for a 111-95 victory over the Bulldogs Saturday afternoon in Lexington.
The VMI Keydets took down the Lafayette Leopards, 4-2, in NCAA baseball action Saturday afternoon in Lexington, Va.
Matthew Eagle pitched six scoreless innings in relief and was backed by home runs from Collin Fleischer and Matt Pita, helping VMI defeat Lafayette, 8-2.
Jessica L. Willett has been named executive director of communications and public affairs at Washington and Lee University.
Q.J. Peterson broke the VMI single-game scoring record by scoring 46 points to lead the VMI Keydets over the Mercer Bears, 91-82.
Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham talks presidential politics and ACC basketball with host Jim Bresnahan on WREL-1450AM in Lexington, Va.
Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham previews the Virginia-Virginia Tech ACC football clash with Jim Bresnahan on WREL-1450 in Lexington, Va. Can the ‘Hoos finally break in their 11-game losing streak in the rivalry game? Can legendary Tech coach Frank Beamer go out on top? That plus a breakdown of the College Football Playoff race, and a quick look at the ACC basketball scene.
The Virginia Tech Hokies used a +13 margin on the glass in the second half to outscore the VMI Keydets by 24 points over the final 20 minutes, en route to a 76-52 victory at Cassell Coliseum Saturday evening in Blacksburg.
Despite leading twice throughout the game, the Virginia Military Institute football team fell to visiting Western Carolina by a 24-20 score Saturday afternoon at Foster Stadium in Lexington, Virginia.
VMI (2-8, 1-5 Southern Conference) has a chance to head into the spring with some momentum with a Saturday season finale at home with Western Carolina (6-4, 4-2 SoCon).
Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham talks Virginia politics and sports with Jim Bresnahan on WREL-1450 in Lexington, Va. The segment includes discussion of congressional action on the Syrian refugee crisis in the wake of last week’s terrorist attack in Paris, a new poll of Virginia voters on their 2016 presidential preferences, and then switching gears, a quick preview of a busy weekend in college football.
Michael A. Anderson, the Robert E. Sadler Professor of Economics at Washington and Lee University, and Martin H. Davies, assistant professor of economics, have been awarded a United States International Trade Commission (USITC) government research contract for work on the organization’s India Trade Project.
The VMI Keydets got 24 points from QJ Peterson and led wire to wire en route to an 88-76 win over the Tusculum College Pioneers Tuesday night at Cameron Hall in Lexington, Va. It was VMI’s ninth straight win in a home opener, and the first victory as a collegiate coach for VMI head coach Dan Earl.
Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham joins Jim Bresnahan on WREL-1450 in Lexington to talk news and sports. Included in the segment are a review of Virginia Tech’s win over Georgia Tech Thursday night in ACC football action, analysis of Tuesday’s Republican Party presidential debate, and the latest on the campus protest movement.
VMI head basketball coach Dan Earl announced the signings of three recruits to National Letters-of-Intent. Joining the Keydet basketball program beginning in 2016-17 will be 6-10, 240 center Tyler Creammer, 6-8, 200 forward Will Miller, and 6-2, 180 guard Drew Rackley.
On Nov. 7, members of the VMI baseball team completed a community service project in the Lexington area.
Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham talks college football with Jim Bresnahan on WREL-1450 in Lexington, Va. Chris and Jim preview a busy weekend in ACC football, focusing on the Thursday night game between Virginia Tech and Georgia Tech, and UVA at Louisville on Saturday. Also, can North Carolina play its way into the College Football Playoff discussion?
Looking to make a postseason run, the VMI men’s soccer team fell to host Mercer University by a 7-0 score in a Southern Conference quarterfinal Saturday afternoon in Macon, Georgia to complete the 2015 campaign.
Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham talks politics and sports with Jim Bresnahan on WREL-1450 in Lexington, Va. The common thread: scoreboards. Virginia General Assembly incumbents were 122-0 in Tuesday’s elections. Does that signify voter satisfaction with the status quo? That, plus a new Mendoza Line for the Republican GOP debates, and a look ahead at a busy weekend in college football, keep us busy.