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P.E. Fccla Competes at State Leadership Conference

P.E. Fccla Competes at State Leadership Conference

  The Prince Edward County High School chapter of Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America competed at the state FCCLA Leadership in Virginia Beach.  Shaneka Johnson finished in the…

Fuqua Students Examine the Human Body

Fuqua Students Examine the Human Body

Fuqua School’s Honors Genetics and Biology classes are studying in depth the cardiovascular and the respiratory systems. The opportunity arose to bring actual pig tracheas, a set of lungs, and…

Fuqua Bands Win Trophies

Fuqua Bands Win Trophies

Recently eighty-five band students from Fuqua School in grades 5 through 8 participated in the Music in the Parks competition in Williamsburg. There were thirteen instrumental ensembles and seventeen choral…

Ludy Collie is Hospice’s Volunteer of the Year

Ludy Collie is Hospice’s Volunteer of the Year

 Michelle Tinnell, left, presents Ludy Collie with Centra’s Hospice “Volunteer of the Year” award. The award goes to the volunteer who consistently goes above and beyond in the care and…

Farmville receives Virginia Main Street Milestone Award

Farmville receives Virginia Main Street Milestone Award

Farmville Downtown Partnership and its over 150 volunteers were presented with a Virginia Main Street Milestone Achievement Award for the dedication of over 5,000 volunteer hours to the revitalization of…

A Thank You from Tailwaggers

A Thank You from Tailwaggers

Tailwaggers Thrift Store of Keysville would like to thank and congratulate all who participated in our first spring raffle. It was a huge success! Congratulations to Claudia Yates who won…

Sortin’ out lawsuits in Stump County

Sortin’ out lawsuits in Stump County

Little Big, known as LB, is the hardest working man in Stump County. LB says if you just work hard, do the right thing, and take reasonable chances you can…

Ethics in government

Ethics in government

In the aftermath of the great Bob McDonnell scandal, our elected officials are spending hours and days discussing ethics reform. They are making it more complicated than it should be.…

VA Treasury Holding 2014 Tangible Property Auction

Preview Will Be Held Thursday, April 24 The Virginia Department of the Treasury is pleased to announce the 2014 Tangible Property Auction is currently underway. Featuring a wide selection of…

Richard Samuel Crews

Richard Samuel Crews, age 79, of Meherrin, Virginia, passed away on Sunday, April 20, 2014.  He is survived by three daughters, Tammy Skipwith and her husband, Craige, Dawn Bowman and…