Glenn Youngkin. Courtesy of Appalachian School of Law.

Here are some of the top headlines from other news outlets around Southwest and Southside:

Politics:

Democrat Josh Throneburg challenges Rep. Bob Good, R-Campbell County, to debate. — WDBJ-TV.

Town of Hurt officials ask public for help in identifying who distribute white supremacist fliers. — WSLS-TV.

Economy:

Foresight Health holds roundtable in Patrick County about reopening hospital — WDBJ-TV.

Virginia can now apply for $22.8 million in mine clean-up funds. — Virginia Mercury.

Education:

Gov. Glenn Youngkin to attend Friday ribbon-cutting for new Mecklenburg County school complex; school expected to be named a “lab school.” — The Mecklenburg Sun.

Roanoke and Lynchburg offer incentives to try to fill vacant teacher positions. — WDBJ-TV and WSET-TV.

Teacher shortage is nationwide. — The Washington Post.

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Floods:

South Hill firefighters head to Kentucky to help with flood relief. — The Mecklenburg Sun and South Hill Enterprise.

Culture:

Fries musician named Crooked Road musician-in-residence. — The Galax Gazette.