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Central Varsity Baseball Close to Clinching Top Spot in Conference Play

Central Varsity Baseball Close to Clinching Top Spot in Conference Play

The Central Chargers baseball team has just two regular season games remaining if the rain holds off and currently sits on top of the Conference standings. Central has put together…

R-HHS Soccer Teams Celebrate Senior Night

R-HHS Soccer Teams Celebrate Senior Night

By April Hall, Staff Writer CHARLOTTE COURT HOUSE – Randolph-Henry High School Statesmen boys and girl’s soccer teams celebrated Senior Night, May 16, during their final home games against the…

Lady Chargers Take Down Bluestone on the Road

Lady Chargers Take Down Bluestone on the Road

The Lady Chargers Varsity Softball team picked up a big win over Bluestone on the road last week as they held off a late rally by the Barons to win…

Statesmen Varsity Baseball Wraps Up Regular Season

Statesmen Varsity Baseball Wraps Up Regular Season

Submitted by J.R. Allen The Statesmen Varsity Baseball picked up two more wins last week to make their record 14-2 now.   The Statesmen got wins against Appomattox and Prince…

Randolph-Henry High School Girls Tennis Finishes Regular Season in First Place

Randolph-Henry High School Girls Tennis Finishes Regular Season in First Place

By Shannon Feinman After overcoming the Knights and the Raiders in one week, the Randolph-Henry Lady Statesmen tennis team finishes the regular season in first place in Courthouse Conference 37.…

Seniors Honor Barnes with Tribute on CHS Gym Wall

Seniors Honor Barnes with Tribute on CHS Gym Wall

VICTORIA – As the graduating class of 2016 at Central High School prepares for the graduation ceremony at the school on Saturday, a recent tragic event has left that group…

Law Enforcement Riders Get Rest, Refreshed in Lunenburg

Law Enforcement Riders Get Rest, Refreshed in Lunenburg

VICTORIA – Last week, during the annual “Law Enforcement Bicycle Ride to DC” event, riders made their way through Lunenburg County once again and stopped off at Timmy’s Grocery for…

Inaugural Power Line Training School Grads Offer Thanks For New Program

Inaugural Power Line Training School Grads Offer Thanks For New Program

BLACKSTONE – “Graduates of the inaugural class of SVCC’s Power Line Worker Training School honored electric cooperative CEOs Jeff Edwards (Southside Electric Cooperative), and John Lee (Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative), on…

Public Has No Comments on Victoria Budget, Proposed Increases

VICTORIA – Victoria officials recently held a pair of public hearings for the budget and proposed utility and meals tax increases this month as they look at ways to offset…

CHS Graduates get Ready for Saturday as School Year Comes to a Close

CHS Graduates get Ready for Saturday as School Year Comes to a Close

VICTORIA – The school year came to a close this week as students were out early on Wednesday (May 18) for the final time before summer vacation starts. For most…