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Cold snap throws HSCA for loss

Two new members take seats on IDA

Man gets 6-1/2 years for abduction, assault


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Library head calls for funds for small raises for employees

Power pole, wires on Rt. 58 suffer heavy damage Monday

Crossing commemoration coming Feb. 20-22 at Prizery

The Crossing of the Dan, a nearly forgotten episode of the American Revolution that occurred at South Boston, Virginia, has just received recognition by the National Society Sons of the American Revolution as a major historic event.

More than just a rivalry game

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Girls and boys basketball players at Bluestonel and Park View middle schools came together to help out a friend and fellow student Monday night at the middle school rivalry game. BMS hosted the Bluestone-Park View matchup and showed support for those battling cancer — including Heather-Anne Tucker, who attended BMS last year and is currently being treated for a brain tumor. The school presented a love offering to Heather-Anne as part of the evening festivities. She was also named an honorary coach at BMS — drawing a big cheer from the crowd on hand for the ball games. Tucker is fighting a type of brain cancer known as Glioblastoma Multiforme after receiving the diagnosis in this past summer, as she was preparing to enter Bluestone High School as a freshman. Despite the diagnosis, she was in high spirits and did an energetic job leading the Trojan basketball team in their contest with the PVMS Cougars.(Mike Moseley photos)
Bluestone and Park View middle school girls and boys basketball teams played for a friend and fellow student on Monday night as BMS hosted a basketball game in honor of those battling cancer. The night in particular was to show some love and support for Heather-Anne Tucker.

Going for the green:

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Latest grant award ups investment by IDA, Virginia Tobacco Commission in Green View Manufacturing Center

Government transparency is her job

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Melissa Neff Gould
Melissa Neff Gould joins board of Virginia Public Access Project

Former Virgilina mayor dies at 96

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Ocie Fraser Murray
Ocie Fraser Murray, a former Virgilina mayor, longtime businessman and civic and church leader, has died at the age of 96.

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