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Brilliant Minds Think Alike As usual, enjoyed your editorial “—and Cowbirds” received today (still coming a bit late). Still have my Red Ryder (received XMAS, 1 45 when about 9…

What Are They Trying to Prove?

I am still attempting to analyze something that happened this week.  As I drove around a curve in the road there were two boys about age 10 playing in the…

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor

Badeaux’s Special Olympics Fundraiser a Hit! It was awesome! I, Pearl, believe I was more excited about the bull than my son Tyrell (pictured above) when the truck backed in,…

Letter to the Editor

Who Will be Governor? As Virginia’s June 13 primary approaches, the choice for the Republican nominee is clear: Ed Gillespie. Ed knows what Virginia needs to start growing again, putting forward policies…

Letter to the Editor

Civil War Lucrative Part of History Those who are on a (self-righteous) Confederate destruction crusade need to look at the Civil War through the eyes of visitors. Although many famous battles were fought outside of…

Letters to the Editor

Attacks on Civil War Monuments “Ignorant” American Civil War history is being rewritten. Although most couldn’t guess within a decade when the Civil War began and ended (much less on the details…

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, On March 30th 2017, the Lunenburg County School Board had their annual meeting with the Lunenburg Board of Supervisors to present the 2018 school budget.  School Superintendent, Mr.…

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Employ Locally First Our local newspaper keeps publishing front page news about job creation in Farmville. Their spin on economic development and the town officials photo ops is muted by…

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Equality Only for Some The FOX News icon Bill O’Reilly has lost his job based on seemingly valid claims of sexual harassment. Left leaning programs like “The View” and Stephen…

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Hats Off to the Cattlemen and “Homesteaders” The most recent Charlotte County Public hearing before the Board of Supervisors regarding proposed fence laws was a pleasure to attend. In my…

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