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Halifax Comets Burn Out Against Statesmen

Halifax Comets Burn Out Against Statesmen

In a bid to improve over their earlier season 6-3 defeat of the Halifax County High School Lady Comets, the Lady Statesmen tennis team hosted the Comets on Tuesday, April…

R-H Blanks Nottoway on the Diamond

The Randolph-Henry Statesmen Varsity Baseball team picked up another win last week over Nottoway in a 5-0 victory. Carter Strickland took the mound for R-H and went six innings while…

Chargers Handle Dukes to Pick Up Eighth Win

The Central Chargers Varsity Baseball team got their eighth win of the season as they traveled to Cumberland and beat the Dukes by a 15-2 score. The Central offense got…

Wingold Honored by Board of Supervisors

Wingold Honored by Board of Supervisors

The Lunenburg County Board of Supervisors held a special introduction to their recent April meeting that included special music and a resolution of appreciation that was given to the family…

From Vicious Violence to Supreme Peace

From Vicious Violence to Supreme Peace

No one has to persuade us that violence is at epidemic proportions over much of the world, including many areas of the United States. The Apostle Paul warned Timothy of…

Eureka Students Meet the Governor

Eureka Students Meet the Governor

The Eureka Elementary School Ecology Club took a school holiday fieldtrip to Staunton River Battlefield State Park on Monday, April 17, 2017 as part of their watershed study.  To their…

Heavy Duty Donation to Meals on Wheels

Heavy Duty Donation to Meals on Wheels

At the Keysville Building Supply anniversary special Stewmaster Clark “Heavy Duty” Woodson provided stew for the quests. The surplus was sold to benefit Meals on Wheels. In the above picture…

It’s Not Too Late to Start Your Garden

It’s Not Too Late to Start Your Garden

The Randolph-Henry Horticulture Department has over 90 different varieties of vegetable seedlings and flowering plants for sale in their greenhouse.  Selections include 17 different varieties of tomatoes, including 6 types…

Driver Strikes Building in Victoria Charged with Hit and Run

Driver Strikes Building in Victoria Charged with Hit and Run

VICTORIA – An incident in Victoria last Friday night ended with a local resident being charged with hit and run. Virginia State Police Trooper Reeves led an investigation following a…

Lunenburg Jury Finds Davis Guilty – Sentenced to 25 Years Active Prison Term

Lunenburg Jury Finds Davis Guilty – Sentenced to 25 Years Active Prison Term

LUNENBURG – A Lunenburg County jury returned two guilty verdicts this past Tuesday in the case involving the death of 16-month-old Aja Cofield. Mario Davis was the child’s stepfather and…

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