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Heads on Concrete, Bi’s in the Closet, and Playing Around

Heads on Concrete, Bi’s in the Closet, and Playing Around

Even after 30 years together, sometimes my bride Management and I have misunderstandings. Just last week we had one. She had a day off and was working on one of…

Autumn’s Carpet

Autumn’s Carpet

Y’all remember Julia, my friend that had all the great ideas about what you can do with pumpkin seeds? Well, she’s come through again with a solution for what to…

To Tell or Not

To Tell or Not

I was at Grandma’s house for Sunday dinner, just as usual.  But, nothing was normal.  If this were a normal Sunday, we would be in the kitchen helping Grandma and…

Birthday Bash at Scuffletown

Birthday Bash at Scuffletown

Scuffletown residents put on their dancing shoes last Saturday afternoon. Lisa Dickerson Daniels, owner of Scuffletown Grocery, turned ??, (never give a lady’s age, I was taught). To celebrate, Lisa…

18th Annual “Taste of Charlotte” Event Raises Nearly $4,000  

18th Annual “Taste of Charlotte” Event Raises Nearly $4,000  

The Central Middle School Cafeteria was full of good food and fellowship on Thursday, October 23rd as county residents filed into the building to experience the 18th annual “Taste of…

Literacy Then and Now: Charlotte Adult Learning Center Holds Literacy Day 

On Saturday, November 1, the Charlotte Adult Learning Center sponsored their 2014 Literacy Day titled “Literacy Then and Now.” The event will began at 10 a.m. and featured a special…

Trick or Treat Farmville Style

Trick or Treat Farmville Style

The fall tradition of Halloween in Farmville was a marked success this year. The crowd was obviously bigger this year, and the costumes were cuter than ever. The regular participants,…

Rome is Burning

Rome is Burning

Dear Editor,  With granaries full and arms laid aside the current age of felicity is upon us, society grows soft and virtue is corrupted as the last two generations exemplify. …

Apathy Wins Big

Apathy Wins Big

As far as I can see Apathy was the big winner in yesterday’s elections.  Roughly half of the registered voters made it to the polls; in some elections fewer than…

Courthouse Plans on Trial: Panel Members Challenged by Citizens

Courthouse Plans on Trial: Panel Members Challenged by Citizens

An open meeting regarding progress on the Charlotte County courthouse convened on last Thursday evening, October 29, 2014, in the Randolph-Henry High School Auditorium. While this meeting was not required…

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