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Daniel Lee West

Daniel “Danny” Lee West, age 50, passed away at his home in Farmville, Virginia on November 15, 2014. Danny was diagnosed with cancer in September 2014. Danny was born to…

Farmville Town Council Votes to Improve Farmville Airport 

The regular meeting of the Farmville Town Council convened on Wednesday, November 12th. Justin Reid, Associate Director of the R.R. Moton Museum, spoke first during the public participation portion of…

Farmville Business Owner Attacked, Assaulted

On November 13, 2014 Farmville police responded to a robbery at Mickey 7 in the 300 block of N. South Street.  The call was received at 7:29 p.m. The owner…

Plans to Move Concrete Plant, Welcome Asphalt Plant Top Business at PE Co. BOS Meeting

The November meeting of the Prince Edward County Board of Supervisors convened on November 18th. The regular meeting date was changed in observance of Veteran’s Day. Calvin Gray led the…

Snake Bites Eureka Elementary Student on Playground

Snake Bites Eureka Elementary Student on Playground

Last week a Eureka Elementary School student was apparently bitten by a snake. The boy received a bite on his leg from what was perceived to be a Copperhead snake…

A Month of Giving Thanks

A Month of Giving Thanks

We ended October with a fun Halloween celebration.  Now we have an entire month to concentrate on how much we have for which to be thankful before we celebrate the…

Plan A

Plan A

“See, the Lord your God has set the land before you. Go up, take possession, as the Lord, the God of your fathers, has told you. Do not fear or…

Looking

Looking

Years ago I was having a good day. My wife had just been delivered of a healthy baby boy. My latest book was selling well and the postman had delivered…

Expect God to Act

Expect God to Act

All your waves and billows have gone over me, and floods of sorrow pour upon me like a thundering cataract. Yet day by day the Lord also pours out his…

 Vival

 Vival

I love words—the cool way, you know, you can say things with them.  Sometimes the words we use make sense, and other times they don’t.  Take the prefix “re” for…

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