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Unconditional Love not Unconditional Surrender 

Unconditional Love not Unconditional Surrender 

We are a nation fond of building stone monuments to the past, and the past we are most quick to memorialize is our history of war. An index of major…

Slavery and Christ

Slavery and Christ

If one asks a college student about slavery today, he will speak of the United States and her shameful enslavement of Negroes brought in chains from Africa before the Civil…

Killer Plants

Killer Plants

It must be getting close to the end of the school year. As I listen near an open window in the late afternoon, I hear horns blaring, tires squealing, and…

Give Thanks With a Grateful Heart

Give Thanks With a Grateful Heart

The headline questions “Are we raising an ungrateful generation?”  Does the millennial generation just expect stuff?  Is being ungrateful limited to the “younger” generation?  Does it matter if we are…

Bring on the Fiesta: Wayland Nursing and Rehab Center Celebrates National Nursing Home Week

Bring on the Fiesta: Wayland Nursing and Rehab Center Celebrates National Nursing Home Week

¡Es hora de fiesta! On Friday, May 15, the residents of Wayland Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Keysville, Virginia celebrated the conclusion of National Nursing Home Week 2015 with a…

Town of Chase City Celebrates 142nd Birthday

Town of Chase City Celebrates 142nd Birthday

The town of Chase City celebrated 142 years on Sunday, May 17 at the Chase City Pavilion. The Chase City birthday celebration was sponsored by the Chase City Chamber of…

Native Son Returns to Sneezeville

Native Son Returns to Sneezeville

The Sneezeville Sentinel would like to welcome Lo Quasious back to town. Native residents will remember that Lo disappeared following a tent revival thirty years ago. It was assumed by…

Too Many Felons

Too Many Felons

Richmond, Virginia is addressing the impact of the felony conviction rate.  That is great news.  The value for grand larceny at $200.00 has not been increased for almost forty years. …

145 years!

145 years!

Barring any upsets in November, that is the amount of experience Virginia will lose from the state Senate this year alone.  With all the talk of non-competitive seats, it should…

Honoring Our Law Enforcement Officers

Honoring Our Law  Enforcement Officers

Last week, we recognized National Police Week, an annual commemoration leading up to May 15th, which was coined Peace Officers Memorial Day in 1962 by President John F. Kennedy.  We owe much gratitude…