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Jason Edwards never thought he would do anything but be a full-time farmer.

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No one stepped forward before the Sept. 6 deadline to challenge Eric Purcell, the sole candidate for Louisa district supervisor.

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County officials and volunteer fire and rescue chiefs have signed a deal to radically change how they pay for emergency apparatus such as trucks and ambulances.

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A member of the Louisa County Board of Supervisors is seeking authority from the Virginia General Assembly to impose a “sin tax” to help with rural broadband coverage. 

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The Lake Anna Taphouse is the latest arrival on the lake’s burgeoning drinking scene.

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Members of the Louisa County Planning Commission members got a crash course on Aug. 29 in what it means to build a new shopping center “at a human scale.”

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The third annual Gospel Extravaganza, a fundraiser for the Louisa Community Emergency Fund, will light up the Alan Jackson Theatre at Louisa County High School on Sept. 14.

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Among the investments Louisa County makes when it comes to preserving its heritage, few can rival the importance of the Sargeant Museum, home of the Louisa County Historical Society. 

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The story of how Karen Welch became director of the Louisa Arts Center is a classic tale of tapping the wellspring of talent that exists in this small community.

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One month after they supported building 599 housing units behind Walmart, members of the Louisa County Board of Supervisors rejected plans for another 322 apartments one mile to the north.

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Under pressure from county officials, Region Ten backed off from its plans to close the Friendly Oaks clubhouse in Mineral and relocate developmentally disabled clients to other locations.

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Louisa Cleaners is the latest in a series of storefronts with long histories in the town of Louisa to close its doors.

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Voters who were told in May they had to participate in Goochland County’s elections, even though they live in Louisa, will come home to take part in this November’s polls.

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Football season is once again upon us, as the Louisa Lions gear up to take on the Courtland Cougars in the annual Big Cat Classic.

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Tommy Nelson and Joseph Haney sit down with Louisa County head coach Will Patrick to talk about the 2019 Lions football team and their upcoming season opener against the Courtland Cougars in the annual Big Cat Classic Music - Welcome to the Show by Kevin McLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed u…

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Randall Skeen, who was named the town of Louisa’s police chief in June, resigned on Aug. 22 for personal reasons, according to Mayor Garland Nuckols. Skeen had been on administrative leave for about a month.

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The Louisa Town Council voted on Aug. 20 to rezone land at the corner of Elm Avenue and McDonald Street for Region Ten to build a new clinic.

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The sign outside the Peebles store in the town of Louisa says it is closing. But the business actually will morph into another clothing shop.

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The Louisa Lions football team lost a large senior class after the 2018 season, but the Lions are again a senior-heavy team this year, with 23 of the 46 players on the roster entering their final season of Louisa football.

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Some radically different ways to drive in downtown Louisa were proposed at the town council meeting on Aug. 20.

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Randall Skeen, who was named the town of Louisa's police chief in June, resigned on Aug. 22 for personal reasons, according to Mayor Garland Nuckols. Skeen had been on administrative leave for about a month.

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Part of Bibb Store Road was at a standstill on Sunday as fire crews worked to extinguish a house fire and law enforcement sought the man they allege started it. 

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Doug Smith retired as president of the Lake Anna Civic Association at the group’s annual membership meeting on July 27.

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The Mineral town council is leaning toward giving Walton Park to the Mineral Volunteer Fire Department, after the latter voted at a meeting Aug. 6 to accept the property.