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Grand jury hands down spate of indictments

On Monday, a Mecklenburg County grand jury handed down indictments against nine persons suspected of various crimes, including three suspects who were picked up during a drug sweep by the Southside Drug Task Force.

Losing building, Madeline’s House makes plea for help

Madeline’s House, Southside Virginia’s only domestic and sexual violence shelter, is losing its building to a large State Department training facility that is anticipated to bring economic growth to Nottoway County.

Changes coming in foreign language for Mecklenburg schools

Schools ponder use of Rosetta Stone Classroom; top teachers lauded

Navy football is memorable gift

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Buchanan family members gathered at Clarksville’s Veteran’s Memorial to celebrate Burton Buchanan’s 90th birthday. As a gift, he received a football signed by members of the football team at the United States Naval Academy. Presenting the football is Allan Heinze, Senior Associate Athletic Director of the United States Naval Academy. Front row, left to right: Jake Nelson, Jaydn Hillian, Burton Buchanan, Kelly Nelson, Jennifer Nelson, Joshua Nelson. Second row: Evan Labella, Ashley Hillian, Sharon Neson, Mary Buchanan, Eddy Buchanan, Lynda Buchanan, Danny Nelson, Stuart Buchanan. Back row: Eric Buchanan, Toni Buchanan, Rick Buchanan, Nathan Buchanan.

Lots of young boys, at some point in their lives, will ask for a football — maybe for a birthday, maybe for Christmas. Burton Buchanan of Clarksville had to wait for his 90th birthday to get the football he most wanted.

Wine Fest, outdoors events draw robust crowds

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Clarksville was the place to be this weekend as the Lake Country Wine Festival, Sportsmen’s Show and the Cabela King Kat Tournament Trail fishing tournament offered something for everyone.


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From left, first row, Evan Moss, Clay Walker, Erin Robinson, Katelyn Sharber, Amanda Roberts, Megan Hightower, Courtney Salley, and Gavin Gwaltney. Back row: Bryant Trihey (teacher/ founder), Colby Beach, Tyler Gittman, Emily Dupree, Aaron Parker, Amber Beck, Javince Lewis, Hannah Wilbourn, Chris Martin and Devin Chinault.
Park View High School’s Technical Writing Dual Enrollment class has founded a school-wide recycling program,

Mecklenburg County School rep offers assurances on ag program’s future

Nan Alga, Mecklenburg Schools personnel supervisor, spoke to the Mecklenburg County Board of Supervisors on Monday about the status of agriculture education and the FFA program in the county schools. “I’m here to clear up some confusion on the subject,” Alga said.

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