Radioville’s First School Closes

After 85 years, the oldest school in Radioville and the surrounding area has closed. Radioville First Elementary School officially announced this morning that the cost of repairs to the building after the recent storm outweight those of building a completely new building. School board member… Read More.

Fire Destroys Radioville Shed and Spreads to Home

A shed fire spread to a Radioville home late Saturday night. The Radioville Fire Department was called to a shed fire that was spreading to a home at 123 Main Street around 11:00 p.m. on Monday. Firefighters found a burning shed next to a two-and-a-half… Read More.

Officers Moved by Appreciation During Backing The Badge Event

It appeared all of the law enforcement officers who attended Friday’s Back the Badge ceremony at Radio Plaza were visibly moved by the community’s show of support. A good number of officers – some still on the job and some retired – attended the ceremony…. Read More.

Crews on Alert as Water Levels Rise

Bigtown City Fire Department rescue crews are on alert for the series of storms approaching the area. They are concerned about the high water flows in creeks, canals and rivers after the last storm. Floodgates at the Rocket Dam were opened to make space for… Read More.

Stolen Vehicle Found in New Mexico

A shooting victim’s car was located in New Mexico early Saturday morning.  The Bigtown Police Department received a National Crime Information Center alert in relation to Mr. Frank Ball’s stolen Honda Accord. Frank was found in the Bigtown Foods parking lot Sunday, March 6, with… Read More.

Local Program Teaches Kids Computer Programming

We see kids playing on their phones every day but rarely do we see them building the games they’re playing.  However, there is now a program designed to teach kids those special skills. 10-year-old John says, “It’s always been my goal to become a computer… Read More.