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Tuck Enterprises building on US 360 destroyed by fire

An early morning fire Thursday that totally destroyed the former Tuck Enterprise building on US 360 resulted in an estimated $500,000 loss.

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Bluestone girls start playoffs in Conference 35

SoVaNow.com / February 08, 2017


The Bluestone varsity girls basketball team finished up regular season play Thursday night on a positive note, winning over Amelia 44-41 in Skipwith.

Bluestone finished the regular season 3-18, 3-13 James River District. The varsity girls lost to Goochland the previous Tuesday, 56-22.

Bluestone, the seven seed in the Conference 34 tournament this week, will take on Greensville County Thursday.

Greensville comes into the tourney seeded second.

The Lady Eagles finished in second place in the Tri-Rivers District, Conference 25. Greensville had a TRD record of 13-3 and were 15-6.

Should Bluestone win at Emporia, the Lady Barons will they will take on the winner of the Brunswick-Goochland game.

Brunswick has a 3 seed coming out of Conference 25. Goochland, representing the JRD and Conference 34, is seeded sixth in the tourney.

Game time on Thursday night is 6 p.m.



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