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The Word: A verse was shouting in my ear

“Anyone, then, who knows the good they ought to do and doesn’t do it, sins.” — James 4:17 ...

Charlotte Court House

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No land sale discussion at Charlotte Court House meeting

There will be no land sale discussion at the upcoming May 20 meeting of the Charlotte Court House ...

Delta Alpha Chapter of The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International

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New chapter leadership installed for Delta Alpha

Sarah Daniel Fenwick of LaCrosse was recently installed as president of the Delta Alpha Chapter of The Delta ...

Dunnington Mansion

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Dunnington Mansion for sale? Unique proposal given to foundation

Years after seeing a bid to buy the property rejected, members of the Dunnington Mansion Foundation (DMF) may ...

Ninth District Mulchi Tommy Wright 5th District

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5th District primary sees year’s first political poll released

As early voting has started in the Republican 5th District Congressional primary, we’re seeing the first set of ...

Lifestyles

Small Ruminant Field Day set

Are you raising goats and sheep or interested in getting started? Then the Charlotte County Cooperative Extension invites ...

Local

Butterwood Road work delayed slightly

It started a bit later than expected and as a result, it’s going to take a bit longer ...

Randolph-Henry senior awards

Education

Senior awards handed out at R-H

The senior class of Randolph-Henry High School (R-H) will graduate with more than $78,000 in scholarships. Senior Awards ...

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AARP warns of digital delivery scams

If you’re like many Americans, the arrival of a package at your doorstep is a common occurrence. In ...

Gazette church and community events calendar

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Gazette Church and Community Calendar: week of May 15

The Church and Community Events calendar is published each Wednesday. Items must be submitted by 4:30 p.m. Monday ...

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FAFSA delays create headaches for parents, students

As if being a high school senior who is preparing to graduate and head to college this fall ...

Red House food bank

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Mt. Zion Road food bank returns on Saturday. May 18

USDA food boxes will be distributed, along with food purchased with donations from Mt. Zion, Providence and Nazareth ...

Lifestyles

Green receives citizen leader award

On April 21, Dr. Elise Green was honored with the Longwood University Faculty/Staff Citizen Leader Award. This award ...

Jordaine Penick

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Jordaine Penick aims high: Meherrin racing prodigy targets top spot

A couple of cousins, one a Randolph-Henry student and another from Prince Edward High, continue to open eyes ...

Sports

LaRue earns spot at Men’s Golf Region

Justin LaRue made history for Longwood men’s golf this season, and now the junior is headed to the ...

The Fall Guy

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Movie Review: The Fall Guy

From its death-defying stunt work and action scenes to the red hot chemistry between Ryan Gosling and Emily ...

Randolph-Henry signing day

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Signing Day arrives for Randolph-Henry

Two members of the Randolph- Henry High football team have made their decision where to play next. On ...

Francesca Guill Gary Walker case

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Gary Walker case to be heard by grand jury

The case against Gary Walker is headed to a grand jury and we now have a date for ...

Lifestyles

The Word: Don’t make Mother’s Day a one-time thing

I read a story recently about a young child, around 10 years old, who came over to his ...

Randolph-Henry absenteeism

Education

Absentee numbers keep dropping at Randolph-Henry

The projects are working. That’s the message Randolph-Henry High principal Erin Davis wants to highlight. More students are ...