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Could PETA be Right?

Could PETA be Right?

Most of us in Stump County would never mistreat an animal.  WE believe in taking care of our pets, livestock, wildlife, and each other. Some new people have moved to…

Letters to the Editor

Reader Encourages Us to Investigate Editor, Low information voters are most of us everywhere. Google the following and write a letter to your editor. Inslaw Promis Bill Hamilton Earl Brian,…

U S Postal Service Stinks: Alleged Gag Order Placed on Postal Employees

U S Postal Service Stinks: Alleged Gag Order Placed on Postal Employees

Last month I wrote an editorial about the lousy delivery time for mail. I had mailed my taxes in Keysville on June 5th. The check arrived in Charlotte Court House…

Obituaries/Death Notices

• Douglas Ray Barksdale, 66, of Rustburg passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday, July 21, 2015. He was born on July 20, 1949, to the late John and Iva Barksdale of…

Once-in-a-Lifetime Travel Experience: Keysville Woman Wins Trip Thanks to Cell Carrier and TheTravel Channel

Once-in-a-Lifetime Travel Experience: Keysville Woman Wins Trip Thanks to Cell Carrier and TheTravel Channel

Millions of Americans have never traveled or left the state they grew up in. Many have dreamed of taking a special trip, but lacked the time or opportunity to do…

P.E. Sheriff Seeks Info About  Break-Ins

According to Sheriff Wesley Reed of Prince Edward County, in the past two weeks there have been three residential break-ins in Prince Edward County. Items stolen were handguns and long…

Charlotte Gazette Sold

The Charlotte Gazette newspaper has been sold according to an article it published today. The change of ownership will occur on Friday. It was reported that the new owner is…

New Custom Print and Retail Location to Open in Keysville 

New Custom Print and Retail Location to Open in Keysville 

Steven Morris, owner of Outlawed Printing in Keysville, Va., has an exciting new endeavor coming soon! Within the next few weeks, Outlawed Printing will have a new location and the…

Tax-Free Shopping Holiday Coming Soon

This year’s fall sales tax holiday is August 7-9. That means that during the sales tax holiday period, consumers can purchase qualifying school supplies, clothing, footwear, hurricane and emergency preparedness…

A Piece of History Recreated at Moton Museum

A Piece of History Recreated  at Moton Museum

Approximately 150 residents and town and county officials came to witness the official ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony for the newly constructed replica of one of the old “tarpaper shack”…