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Prince Edward County seeks grant for emergency communication towers

By Crystal Vandegrift FARMVILLE – The Prince Edward County Board of Supervisors announced last week that they are in support of the Commonwealth Regional Council’s 2016 State Homeland Security Program…

Reconstruction of Prospect Train Depot could begin soon

Reconstruction of Prospect Train Depot could begin soon

By Crystal Vandegrift PROSPECT – Following years at a standstill, the reconstruction of the Prospect Train Depot may soon be underway. At the direction of the Enhancement Grant Funding Agent…

Topics to Share Before Walking Down the Aisle

Topics to Share Before Walking Down the Aisle

In honor of June, the marriage month, we’ve been looking at premarital counseling.  The purpose: to help you understand the components you bring to a marriage.  The goal: to help…

Do This Don’t Do That

Do This Don’t Do That

I ‘spose the most often uttered phrase in the month of June is “I do.”  In the garden, there are lots of times when “I don’t” is more appropriate. Don’t…

Sunspots, Falling from High Places and Skeletons

Sunspots, Falling from High Places and Skeletons

You know, I may have to reconsider my position regarding the effect of genetics on the personalities and actions of our children.  My position has been that the debate between…

Repent and Be Converted

Repent and Be Converted

No rational person would prefer eternal death over eternal life in paradise.  However, Satan with his deceptions, makes us think that temporary satisfaction of the moment is preferable to eternal…

 “Chasing Shadows”

 “Chasing Shadows”

Do you remember that great old movie, Singing in the Rain, with Gene Kelly?  Falling so hard in love that he just doesn’t care that it’s pouring outside, he dances…

The Sun Shone Bright on Deb’s Daylilies Fourth Annual Wine & Flowers Festival  

By Shelley D. Sheets, Staff Writer SAXE – Debbie and Randall Parsons’ love of Daylilies started several years ago when they began adding a few of the flowers to their…

Letters to the Editor

Is Bigger Really Better? The Longwood University administration’s idea of “progress” appears to be bigger is better.  The PR tail is wagging the dog, all too common today in higher…

Grand Jury in Charlotte County Hands Down Indictments for Murder, Drug Distribution

CHARLOTTE COURT HOUSE – A Saxe man has been indicted in the death of 26-year-old Karen T. Goode almost a year ago. Edward DeShawn Eppes was indicted by a Grand…

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