NR Church Notices for June 13, 2013

DAN RIVER BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday school 10:00 a.m., praise 10:45 a.m., worship 11:00 a.m.; Wednesday Bible study at 7:00 p.m. All are welcome to attend. Pastor, Rev. Dwight L. Wilkerson STAUNTON BAPTIST CHURCH Pastor Dr. P.A. Medley and church family invite you to a fun-filled week of study during their week of Vacation Bible School June 17-21 at 6:00 […]

Comet football starting to gear up

Six high school linemen – including three Comet football players – are getting a memorable opportunity to hone their football skills, while enhancing their overall gridiron experience.

Bible Study by Dena Stevens for June 13, 2013

Ezek. 29:10 “Behold, therefore I am against thee” (this is not good news for them) “and against thy rivers, and I will make the land of Egypt utterly waste and desolate, from the tower of Syene even unto the border of Ethiopia.” That’s including all the way to Africa. This is serious. It just doesn’t make sense to go against […]

31-year-old dead in possible drowning

Jonathan Brumfield pulled from Vernon Hill creek

Pastors question layoffs, opportunities for African-Americans in school system

Meeting requested as speakers revive criticism

Garden draws complaint in front of Mecklenburg supes

Wes Holten whose property abuts the new extension garden, located on the site of the old Boydton Elementary School on Madison Street, expressed his unhappiness with the Mecklenburg County Board of Supervisors for installing the garden without first notifying him, and called for Supervisors to “remove the garden.”

Apparent drowning victim pulled from lake (UPDATE)

The body of a woman pulled from Buggs Island Lake on Saturday has been identified, Fingerprints show the victim was Kathy Keiling of Danville, who had been reported missing by her apartment manager.

Solid turnout for Bike Fair

Amphitheater goes up in South Hill

Residents of South Hill will soon have another spot to enjoy music, host weddings, and gather for entertainment, town officials proclaimed during Monday night’s South Hill Town Council meeting.

Citizen remarks unleash firestorm

Speakers defend Chase City fire chief