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State parks, schools and others get ready for the Great Eclipse

Clarksville warehouse revival ready to take flight

Plan for hospital intersection hits snag


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Comet volleyball picks up win

HCHS shuts down Chatham in scrimmage; season opens Tuesday

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Tom McLaughlin

Not normal

Because everyday decency is so unexceptional, it’s all the more sickening to witness a breakdown of social order such as we saw this weekend in Charlottesville.

Spread the news far and wide

No easy shortcut

Things can get awfully complicated, awfully fast when the subject is community college dual enrollment and career and technical education programs— all fodder for The Sun’s front page lead story last week — because:

The latest shame

A dog’s mark

When you make it your business to write about politics, as I typically do in this space, it’s easy to lose sight of the plain fact that for many, the daily headlines have no bite. It’s all just a bunch of hullabaloo. Other subjects get people’s blood pressure up. Let’s take an example: pit bulls.

Tea leaf country

Here’s your election factoid for the day: The last time Virginia Democrats held a June primary contest for governor, in 2009, eventual nominee Creigh Deeds won with just under 50 percent of 319,168 votes cast.

Lettin’ in the sun

Your truly is just back from the beach with a tan to prove it. Let’s see what else has been ripening under the sun:

Primary concerns

Never ending story, con’t

The bill that won’t die

So what’s up these days with Zombie Trumpcare?

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