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To The Editor: While the number of COVID-19 cases in Charlotte County currently remains the lowest in the Piedmont Health District, the area has seen ... Read more
To The Editor: No toilet paper, sound the alarm. No fear, governor, just grab either the state or U.S. Constitution and when you are done ... Read more
“Ordinary people with extraordinary vision can redeem the soul of America by getting into what I call good trouble, necessary trouble.” This was written by ... Read more
A recent economic impact study undertaken by Dr. Vincent Magnini, a researcher at Virginia Tech’s Pamplin College of Business in Blacksburg, examined the impact Southside ... Read more
Earlier this year the Charlotte County Board of Supervisors adopted a resolution to have a referendum placed on the ballot on November 3. The question ... Read more
School Board Member Jay George provided treats for the hard-working staff at Eureka Elementary School last week. Pictured are, from left, fifth-grade teachers Chelsea Nash ... Read more
To The Editor: Earlier this year, legislation was passed giving some localities the opportunity to hold a referendum on increasing the local sales tax by ... Read more
I recently stumbled upon an illustration online that likely originally came from The New Yorker. In the drawing, an elderly man was standing in front ... Read more
Free and fair voting is the basic premise of any democracy. Remember the stories that came out of Iraq after the fall of the Saddam ... Read more
For three quarters of the last century, Virginia was effectively a one-party state. That political party could enact anything they wanted. Because they controlled the ... Read more