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Lifelong Louisa resident Wade Stanley said he looks forward to providing electronic products and assistance for the community.

Techie takes root in Louisa

Posted on March 26, 2015 at 9:00 am

As a youngster, lifelong Louisa resident Wade Stanley loved a challenge. When the radio broke, he’d crack it open and dive through the machine’s wires and knobs. If a television or refrigerator stopped working, the same course of action would take place. More than 30 years since Stanley graduated from Louisa County High School, Stanley is still tinkering with all types of electrical appliances and he’s bringing his hobby to

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  • Adding the comforts of home for Lake Anna visitors

    Posted on March 19, 2015 at 9:00 am

    Marie and Paul Snyder have launched Lake Anna Linens, which offers linen and towel rentals to vacationers in the area.

    One local couple has cornered the market on ease and comfort at Lake Anna. Paul and Marie Snyder, owners of Lake Anna Linens, are filling a need for vacationers at the lake, supplying quality linens and towels so that busy families don’t have to worry about loading up their vehicles with mounds of bedding and towels from home. Some rental homes at Lake Anna provide linens for guests, but there

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  • Restaurant caters to the race car enthusiast

    Posted on March 5, 2015 at 9:00 am

    A racing-themed restaurant was the dream of Kelly Coleman and her husband, Don, when they decided to open an eatery of their own.

    The NASCAR season is just beginning to rev up, and one little restaurant in the town of Louisa is well on track to becoming a popular little detour on the town’s main thoroughfare. Owner Kelly Coleman opened The Pit Stop Coffee and Café, a race themed restaurant on Main Street in August, and has already gained a group of regulars. Establishing the restaurant is a dream of Coleman’s, who has

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  • Nominations needed for Louisa Chamber’s Business Person of the Year

    Posted on February 12, 2015 at 9:00 am

    The Louisa County Chamber of Commerce is seeking nominations for the 2015 Business Person of the Year Award. If you know of an individual whom you believe is worthy of this recognition and meets the outlined qualifications, please fill out the application and submit their name and information by 5 p.m. on March 2, 2015. The Business Person of the Year Award is given not only to recognize the recipient’s

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  • New doctor at Louisa Health and Wellness

    Posted on February 5, 2015 at 9:00 am

    The Health and Wellness Center of Louisa welcomed Dr. Ross Isaacs to their clinic on Janu. 19. Isaacs is a general practitioner with considerable experience in internal medicine and nephrology. He comes to HWCL from Central Virginia Community Health Center in Buckingham County where he was practiced since 2008. Isaacs completed his undergraduate degree at Occidental College in Los Angeles and attended medical school at the Autonomous University of Guadalajuara.

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  • New leadership for Louisa County Water Authority

    Posted on January 22, 2015 at 9:00 am

    Eighteen years ago, Pam Baughman moved to Louisa to serve as the first full-time office manager for the Louisa County Water Authority. Now, she’s overseeing a lot more than the office. Named the interim general manager for LCWA after Dean Rodger’s resignation in July of last year, Baughman has now officially assumed the role of general manager and has wasted little time in her quest to make the utility run

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  • Wine trail highlights area’s best tastes

    Posted on January 15, 2015 at 9:00 am

    Passports will be available for purchase at each winery or online at www.hovawinetrailcom for the Chili Cook-off weekend Jan. 17-18.

    Red, white, dry, sweet, pinot noir, sangiovese and merlot, may sound confusing, but local wineries are banding together to bring some wisdom to would-be wine connoisseurs. Cooper Vineyard, Weston Farms, James River Cellars, Grayhaven, Mattaponi and Lake Anna Wineries are participating in the heart of Virginia Wine Trail chili cook-off competition Jan. 17 and 18. Now, you may be thinking, “wine and chili!?” but according to Assistant Tasting Room Manager

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