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New Museum Exhibit Features Ice Age Mammoths, Mastodons

September 26, 2008

The Virginia Museum of Natural History's newest temporary exhibit helps visitors learn about large elephant-like animals that roamed North America.


Editorial: Good Words for Museum

September 21, 2008
State Secretary of Natural Resources Preston Bryant had reassuring words last week on the importance of the Virginia Museum of Natural History in Martinsville to Gov. Tim Kaine's priorities.

State Official: Museum Cuts to be Smal as Possible

September 19, 2008
The state is committed to making sure any budget cuts imposed on the Virginia Museum of Natural History in Martinsville are as small as possible, according to state Secretary of Natural Resources Preston Bryant.

Indian Culture Takes Center State at Fest

September 14, 2008
Most people see the kudzu vine as an invasive pest, but Nancy Basket wants them to know it can be turned into beautiful baskets, paper and even food.

Indian Festival Location Moved

September 11, 2008
The 24th annual Indian Festival will be held Friday and Saturday at Resurgence Properties, formerly Bassett-Walker, at 405 Walker Road, Martinsville.

'Round Town'

September 11, 2008
Roanoke Greek Festival

Water Moccain Suspected Near City's Late Lanier

September 7, 2008
People living near Lake Lanier in Martinsville should be aware that an aggressive water moccasin may be on the prowl in their neighborhood.

Before European Influence- Pre-Columbian and Aboriginal Art Come to PAA

September 7, 2008

The exhibit "Animal Human Spirit: Images of Original Cultures" at Piedmont Arts Association (PAA) shows a taste of life in the Americas.


Budget Cuts Loom

September 3, 2008
The New College Institute and the Virginia Museum of Natural History in Martinsville are bracing for possible state budget cuts.
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