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Two Charged in Connection with Death of H-S College Student

Two Charged in Connection with Death of H-S College Student

Staff report HAMPDEN-SYDNEY  – Two men have been charged in connection with the March 2017 death of a Hampden-Sydney College student. At the direction of the Prince Edward County Commonwealth’s…

It’s the Law

It’s the Law

On July 1, 2017 sixty-four new laws went into effect in the state of Virginia.  This reporter is only going to touch on a few very important ones. Foremost, all…

Spiders, Beagles, & Moving Heavy Things

Spiders, Beagles, & Moving Heavy Things

Apparently word gets around in the spider world as well as it does around here with people.  I started out with Octavia, an Orb spider who builds her web just…

Something is Just Not Right

Something is Just Not Right

Are you frightened that your child is cutting?  Do you feel something is just not right?  Sophia was doing dishes when her Mom noticed cuts on Sophia’s arm.  Sophia said…

Second Annual ‘Warr;or Walk’ Helps Remove Stigma of Suicide

Second Annual ‘Warr;or Walk’ Helps Remove Stigma of Suicide

By April Hall, Staff Writer CHARLOTTE COURT HOUSE – A large crowd of nearly 140 people gathered Saturday night, September 23, to participate in the second annual “Warr;or Walk” hosted…

James E. Emerick Obituary

James E. Emerick, “Jimmy,” of Keysville went to be with the Lord on Monday, September 18, 2017. He was born in Annapolis, Md. on April 5, 1939.  He is survived…

Letters to the Editor

Clean Your Own House First To quote a recent post from a friend, “Our county played a big part in the Civil War.  We had large confederate hospitals here; two…

Taking a Knee and Taking the Consequences

There is some football player who has decided to protest something or the other by not standing for the National Anthem. Now, I support his right to peacefully protest. That…

Trucker’s Parade Against Cancer – A Banner in Motion

Trucker’s Parade Against Cancer – A Banner in Motion

The Truckers Parade Against Cancer is just a little over two weeks away and the TPAC team of volunteers are in motion getting things ready for the big day on…

Pamplin Man Travels Hours to Aid Hurricane Harvey Victims

Pamplin Man Travels Hours to Aid Hurricane Harvey Victims

By Crystal Vandegrift, Staff Writer PAMPLIN – While most of us were watching the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey in Texas on television, one resident took it upon himself to lead…