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08/25/16 - 10:45 am
08/24/16 - 12:54 pm
Virginia State Police are investigating a two-vehicle fatal crash Tuesday in Charlotte County. The crash occurred at 7:39 a.m., Aug. 23 on Route 632, less than a mile north of…
08/24/16 - 6:40 am
Prosecutor declines to comment on possible links to February death of A.J. Roane
08/24/16 - 2:29 pm
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08/25/16 - 10:40 am > Tom's Column
Members of the Halifax County Board of Supervisors, County Administrator Jim Halasz, the county attorney and others have worked very hard to shape the future of the Halifax County Courthouse, drawing up a modernization plan for the building that brings years of back-and-forth negotiations with a restive judiciary to an end. But will it fly with the public?
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09/27/12 - 7:02 am > Tom's Column
When we last touched base with the Mecklenburg County Republican Party — in this space last week, as a matter of fact — the joke was on our neighbors to the east. Why? Because the county GOP unit had posted, in all seriousness, a link on its Facebook wall from The Onion (http://www.theonion.com) that purported to take the wraps off the mainstream media’s shameful underreporting on President Obama’s “son,” Luther.
09/26/12 - 6:47 am > Tom's Column
Passed on by a friend: a recent story from the on-line satire site, The Onion, (http://www.theonion.com) where the writers have the toughest job in America: coming up with a steady stream of content that’s more ridiculous than the reality.
09/20/12 - 6:42 am > Tom's Column
Passed on by a friend: a recent story from the on-line satire site, The Onion, (http://www.theonion.com) where the writers have the hardest job in America: coming up with a steady stream of content that’s more ridiculous than the reality.
09/13/12 - 7:05 am > Tom's Column
Not sure if I’ll ever adapt this column for the Twitter age, but today is as good a day as any to fill the allotted real estate with various random observations:
09/06/12 - 6:44 am > Tom's Column
Honestly, when I heard Virgil Goode was running for president, the first thought that popped to mind was that he’d better not quit his day job. Which of course is totally misguided since our former Congressman can vie for the affection of the nation on the Constitutional Party ticket precisely because he doesn’t have a job. If the song got it right and freedom is just another word for nothing left to lose, then Virgil Goode is truly the most liberated politician in America.