Here are some of the top headlines from other news outlets around Southwest and Southside Virginia:
Politics and government:
Virginia Tech board suspends discussion of tuition until after state has finalized budget. — WDBJ-TV.
Roanoke City Council to interview five finalists for vacancy on council. — The Roanoke Times.
State secretary of education visits Southern Virginia Higher Education Center. — Halifax Gazette-Virginian and South Boston News & Record.
Halifax County native named president of West Virginia State University. — South Boston News & Record.
Another candidate announces for Farmville mayor. — Farmville Herald.
Superintendent named for Southwest Virginia Veterans Cemetery in Pulaski County. — Southwest Times.
603-acre solar farm eyed in Scottsburg area of Halifax County. — South Boston News & Record.
Ax-throwing venue opens in Richlands. — Bristol Herald Courier.
Hard Rock Casino in Bristol to hold two hiring events this week. — WCYB-TV.
Centra returns to normal visitation policies. — Lynchburg News and Advance and Chatham Star-Tribune and WDBJ-TV and WSET-TV.
First female pastor of Quaker Memorial Presbyterian Church aims for inclusion. — Lynchburg News and Advance.
Henry Councy polygamist pastor, the Rev. Elwood Gallimore, dies. — Martinsville Bulletin.
Farmville Confederate statue moves to Confederate cemetery. — Farmville Herald.
Grammy-winning Brothers Osborne to play in Roanoke’s Elmwood Park July 15. — WSLS-TV.
Two arrested and charged with stealing from Hurley flood victims. — Bristol Herald Courier. (See background story on the Hurley flood.)