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Farmville KFC Reopens

The Farmville Area Chamber of Commerce was thrilled to join Bon-nie Shelton and her team for the KFC Ribbon Cutting this week! From left: Robert Alderman, Justine Young, Tammie Johnson,…

Reading, ‘Riting and the Road to Richmond

Many people’s biggest complaint with Southside Virginia is the lack of jobs. They say, “All of the bright, young people have to leave to find jobs!” This is incorrect. Many…

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Facebook has changed the way America communicates. Historically, organizing an angry mob required personal contact. Then telephones made it easier. Now all that is needed is Facebook, a few issues,…

Letter to the Editor

Get The Facts Straight Now that Karl Schmidt is a big time writer in a weekly newspaper with picture and all? It might be a good thing if he got…

Parents Receive Microsoft Office Certification

Pictured, on left, is Shakira Coles, PECPS parent, now certified in Microsoft Office for Word, with instructor Melissa Robbins. Prince Edward County Public Schools offered a free parent class this…

Thelma Fallen Obituary

Thelma Anderson Fallen, 90, of Keysville passed away on January 16, 2018.  Thelma was a devoted Christian and her life reflected that love through her sweet disposition for others.  She was…

James Henry Bolick Obituary

James “Jim or Butch” Henry Bolick, Jr., left this world in the early morning hours of Wednesday, January 10, 2018. His heart just failed but family was there holding his…

Betty Jean Dix Obituary

Mrs. Betty Jean Dix, born June 16, 1938, passed away on January 13, 2018. She is survived by her husband of almost sixty years, Garland B. Dix; their children, Timothy…

PEC Show Choir Performs

Prince Edward County Middle School Show Choir performed for parents, teachers and students. This group is sponsored by the 21st Century Learning Center Program. They practice after school several days…

Pierantoni Responds to FOIA Request

At the January 9, 2018 Charlotte County Board of Supervisors meeting The Southside Messenger editor Averett Jones addressed the board and presented a Freedom of Information (FOIA) request to the…