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EDITORIAL — Unto us a child is born

This is the Christmas story from the Bible Luke Chapter 2 verses 1 through 20 of the King James Version. And it came to pass ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Staff Report.

EDITORIAL — Vote yes to fix Charlotte County’s schools

The Charlotte County Sales Tax referendum to fund capital improvement projects for the county school system is a plan worthy of approval from Charlotte County ... Read more

3 months ago by Roger Watson.

EDITORIAL — Where’s the apology for church’s superspreader event?

Pardon me, but contrary to the Facebook post from Emmanuel Bible Church in Keysville, I don’t think it is a silly question to ask why ... Read more

3 months ago by Roger Watson.

EDITORIAL — Offer health insurance to all school employees

Charlotte County School Board Member Jay George is exactly right that it is unfair for school board members to be able to participate in the ... Read more

4 months ago by Roger Watson.

Remember your neighbors when making purchases

In talking with residents about what they plan to do when the Stay-at-Home Order ends, one thing is clear. Most people are not going to ... Read more

9 months ago by Staff Report.

Broadband grant is giant step forward

Broadband internet is to the 21st Century what electrical service was to the 20th Century — a necessary service, vital to moving rural areas forward. ... Read more

11 months ago by Staff Report.

Supervisors are party poopers

The recent kerfluffle by the Charlotte County Board of Supervisors over a catered dinner and a couple gift cards shows how organizations can be thrown ... Read more

11 months ago by Staff Report.

EDITORIAL: Supervisors are party poopers

The recent kerfluffle by the Charlotte County Board of Supervisors over a catered dinner and a couple gift cards shows how organizations can be thrown ... Read more

11 months ago by Staff Report.

It’s time to raise the minimum wage

Two bills to raise Virginia’s minimum wage currently advancing through the General Assembly will clearly show if legislators stand with the state’s neediest workers or ... Read more

11 months ago by Staff Report.

Spotlighting a job well done

Charlotte County Public Schools (CCPS) continues to be an institution in which the county can take great pride. The job that teachers have is a ... Read more

1 year ago by Staff Report.

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