Highway 64 with Big Al

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Big Al Caricature

BIG AL has over 25 years of experience behind a microphone, with a vast knowledge of Country Music. All of his experience is from right here in the Alleghany Highlands. BIG AL is one of us! He’s lived in the Highlands for over 48 years. He knows the people and has many ties to local news and local events. If it’s happening, BIG AL is on top of it!

On Highway 64 with BIG AL, Al will bring you “ Continuous Country Favorites” every Monday thru Friday from 6am until 9am. He’ll also update you on your school lunch menus, country music news, current events and world happenings that are important to you and your family. BIG AL is also bringing back local and star birthdays to BIG COUNTRY mornings.

Having a special event or sale? BIG AL will be glad to broadcast LIVE to endorse your business or product. He can even bring Highway 64 with BIG AL to your place of business. Please contact our sales representatives for more details and pricing.

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From OUR friends at Alleghany County...Outdoor Fires Unlawful Before 4 PM
February 15th Through April 30th

Virginia’s 4:00 p.m. Burning Law goes into effect on February 15th. The 4:00 p.m. Burning Law comes into effect each spring and is different from the burning bans, which are invoked only during periods of extreme fire danger. Debris burning continues to be the leading cause of forest fires in Virginia.

Briefly, the 4:00 p.m. Burning Law states: from February 15th through April 30th of each year, no burning before 4:00 p.m. is permitted, if the fire is in, or within 300 feet of, woodland, brushland, or fields containing dry grass or other flammable material.

Since forest fuels cure during the winter months, the danger of fire is higher in early spring than in summer when the forest and grasses are green with new growth. The 4:00 p.m. Burning Law is an effective tool in the prevention of forest fires.

For more information on what you can do to protect yourself and your property, how to become “firewise,” or to pick up a complete copy of the Forest Fire Laws, contact your local office of the Virginia Department of Forestry at (540) 962-2214. You can also log onto www.dof.virginia.go
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