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Overdue dialogue

Posted on July 2, 2015 at 9:00 am

It’s 2015 and politicians have finally gotten around to having a discussion about the Confederate flag after the murder of nine innocent African American churchgoers in South Carolina. State lawmakers are scrambling to choose a side in the debate on the Confederate flag’s position— on or off the...
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  • Guide To Louisa 2015


  • Help the fight against cancer

    Posted on June 4, 2015 at 9:00 am

    This Friday night kicks off another year of fundraising by Relay for Life of Louisa. It’s the culmination of many activities that have taken
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  • Boredom is no excuse in Louisa County

    There are those who complain that they can’t find anything to Read more

  • Louisa is a boring place to live

    What do under 21-year-olds do in this town anyway, besides loiter Read more

  • Discount shopping

    I don’t believe in a zombie apocalypse, even though I love Read more

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  • Cameron Willis “the king,” advises Andrew Perkinson “the prince,” to choose a princess at the royal ball during a performance of Cinderella Kids. Directed by Peggy Sadler, local youth who were part of this summer’s Camp Curtain Call, performed a riveting, comical  version of the Disney classic to two packed audiences at the Cooke-Haley Theater on Friday, June 19.

    Young thespians take to the stage

    Posted on June 29, 2015 at 2:06 pm

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  • Celebrate Louisa involves entire town.

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  • Shootin’ it out for charity

    Shooters in Louisa County have contributed $38,790 to various charities over Read more

  • Mineral parade and carnival time

    Spring has arrived and with that comes the annual Mineral Volunteer Read more

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  • Natalie Pavco posted season-best times in the 100 individual medley, 50 backstroke and the 50 butterfly in the girls’ 13-14 division during the June 25 meet.

    Louisa Gators roll to win in first home meet

    Posted on July 6, 2015 at 9:00 am

    Natalie Pavco, Alison Soriano and Conrad Luttschwager earned triple-winner status to lead the Louisa Gators swim team to a 509-496 victory over Glenmore Country
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  • Tournament time for Louisa Little League

    A pair of Louisa County Little League baseball teams will play Read more

  • NFL players gives back to his hometown

    Kerry Wynn was an all-state football player during his senior season Read more

  • Louisa gators win first swim meet

    The Louisa Gators swim team had plenty to celebrate following their Read more

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  • Louisa County Public Schools’ transportation director resigns

    Posted on June 29, 2015 at 11:23 am

    After 15 years of service to Louisa County Public Schools Kenny Forrest, director of safety, security and transportation is shifting over to Spotsylvania County.
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  • Louisa Middle School band two years in the making

    For the past two years, a group of teachers at Louisa Read more

  • Louisa preschool updates staff

    Providence Presbyterian Church announces its 2015-2016 preschool staff of highly experienced Read more

  • Class of 2015 says goodbye to pods

    The weather forecast is looking bright for Friday evening’s graduation commencement Read more

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  • Danny Woody has lost the equivalent an entire person to qualify for placement on the kidney donor list.

    Louisa man looking for a perfect kidney match

    Posted on July 2, 2015 at 9:00 am

    At 21, Danny Woody was told he had end-stage renal disease. At 23, he started receiving dialysis treatments. At 28, he’s hoping for a
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  • Teens learn about animals and pet ownership at new camp

    The Louisa Community Animal Response Team is holding an Animal Adventures Read more

  • New JABA director has a vision for the future of intergenerational programming

    For many years, the Betty J. Queen Intergenerational Center and the Read more

  • Community Cupboard executive director takes a bite out of hunger

    Lloyd Runnett is serious about food. His Muddy Boots BBQ is Read more

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  • Obituaries July 2 publication

    Posted on July 2, 2015 at 9:00 am

    Evelyn O. Barrett Evelyn O. Barrett, 75, of Stephens City, passed away Monday, June 29, 2015 at her home. Survivors include her sons, Brian
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  • Obituaries – Week of June 25, 2015

    Steven W. Gibson Steven Wade Gibson, 57, of Mineral, went to Read more

  • Obituaries

    Mamie B. Green  Mamie Ruth Brooks Green died on June 16, Read more

  • Obituaries June 11 publication

    Karen L. Poore Karen L. Poore, 59, of Mineral, passed away Read more

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