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Request goes to supervisors for final say

Fake $100 bills surface in Chase City, drawing warnings from police

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New principals to lead Bluestone

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Kristy Somerville and Christopher Coleman
Two Cumberland County school administrators will take charge at Bluestone High School this fall, bringing a focus on discipline in their new roles as BHS principal and assistant principal.

Shearin fires back at landfill authority

Attorneys for Shearin Construction Inc. in a press release issued this week said it is time to take the company’s case against the Southside Regional Public Service Authority to the taxpayers of the three counties that contracted to build Butcher Creek Regional Landfill.

La Crosse billboard promoting Confederacy rued

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OFFENDING BILLBOARD — NAACP President Lacy Marks spoke before the Board of Supervisors Monday to register his disapproval of a pro-Confederacy billboard on U.S. Route 58 in La Crosse.
A billboard that some viewers say glorifies the Confederate flag came under attack Monday night as sending the wrong message at the gateway to Mecklenburg County.

Bike show draws throngs to Chase City

The South Central Bike Fair drew more than 2,000 bikers and spectators to Chase City for a weekend of rallies, rodeos, poker runs, and a bike show.

Boydton enacts new budget

The Town of Boydton at a special meeting on Tuesday approved a general fund budget of $304,615 and a water and sewer fund budget of $670,021.

Chase City adopts status quo budget

The Town of Chase City on Monday adopted a $1.95 million general fund budget that holds the line on taxes and fees and give employees a 3.5 percent raise.

Puny six-year road program approved by Mecklenburg supervisors

The Mecklenburg County Board of Supervisors with great reluctance unanimously approved a skeleton six-year plan drawn by the Virginia Department of Transportation for the repair and construction of local roads and bridges.

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