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Nathalie man sentenced to 25-year term

Judge adds 12 years for parole violation, doubling jail time sought with plea agreement for assault

Appeals court affirms uranium mining ban


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Unifying vibe

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Quinton Watson, a.k.a. M.Easy
Rap artist holds concert to reach out to youth on recent killings

Chase City native snags Grammy

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Mary Frances Allen with her band, top, and with her husband Lee, above, co-winner of the Grammy (foreground).
Singer-songwriter takes award for Best Children’s Album

Chase City seeks ways to restore businesses; solar concerns aired

Lawrence named new Chase City manager

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Lawrence
Newcomer with extensive executive background takes over after Thanksgiving

Talking presidential politics with ‘Dr. Bob’

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Robert Holsworth
Holsworth analyzes Clinton, Trump and a wild political year

After the deluge

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Saturday’s heavy rainfall made for a light turnout at the Chase City Autumn Jubilee, which took place Sunday. Those who turned out on the sunny day enjoyed funnel cakes and cotton candy, music from the One More Time band and the ever-popular pumpkin chunkin’ contest. Looking ahead to the 2017 Autumn Jubilee, Chase City Chamber president Lisa Gillispie said she’d like to include an expanded area for children’s entertainment, including a bouncy house.
Coming off stormy Saturday, Sunday’s Autumn Jubilee in Chase City draws light crowd

Livesaving efforts of Chase City officer lauded

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