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Letters to the Editor

Resident Happy with Supervisors, Not a Select Few In recent local newspaper articles, I have read of concerns a few citizens have with how the County Board of Supervisors conduct…

No Apologies

No Apologies

One of the great things that can happen in the life of an imaginary character in an imaginary county is for real people to complain about them. We’re sort of…

Editorials Are the Editor’s Opinions But Facts Are Facts

Last week I annoyed a small group of self-appointed people who claim to speak for many others. I stated their wishes should not supersede 2554 other citizens.  I was asked…

Who will Shape our Children?

Who will Shape our Children?

First Lady Michelle Obama gave a beautiful touching speech at the democratic convention last week. She made some great points and delivered them well. There was one line that should…

One Run Loss to Florida Ends PEFYA Debs World Series Run

One Run Loss to Florida Ends PEFYA Debs World Series Run

ALEXANDRIA, LA – The Prince Edward-Farmville (PEFYA) Debs All Star team cruised through the Virginia State Tournament without a loss and headed to the World Series in Alexandria, Louisiana last…

Central Students Participate in ‘Call Me Mister’ Program

Central Students Participate in ‘Call Me Mister’ Program

FARMVILLE – Earlier this year in February, Dr. Maurice Carter came to visit the minority male students who attend Central High School to talk about the “Call Me Mister” program.…

Victoria P.D. Investigates Recent Thefts from Vehicles

Victoria P.D. Investigates Recent Thefts from Vehicles

VICTORIA – According to national crime statistics, the months of July and August are the top two months for thefts involving vehicle break ins. Some of the reasons for theft…

National Night Out Brings Community Together

National Night Out Brings Community Together

VICTORIA – The National Night Out event took place this past Tuesday throughout the United States and one of the local locations had a great night of fun activities, food…

Drakes Branch Woman Sentenced to 100 Years

Drakes Branch Woman Sentenced to 100 Years

DRAKES BRANCH – A 49-year-old Drakes Branch woman who went on a breaking and entering crime spree last fall will now spend three-and-a-half years in jail. Charlene Read was sentenced…

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