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One of Louisa County High School's Esports teams, Team Apollo, consisting of team captain Caleb Coleman, JT Bickley, Tyi Ellis and alternates Jerry Boltz and Andrew Wilson, will play in the Rocket League state quarterfinals on Jan. 21 at 4 p.m. at LCHS. Esports, or competitive video gaming, …

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As he travels to the state Capitol today [Jan. 16] to meet with legislators about improving outcomes for people living with Alzheimer’s disease, Wayne Brown will be thinking of his mother.

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The James River Water Authority has strongly denied allegations of improper conduct during an archeological dig near the site where Louisa County hopes to draw its future public water supply. 

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Louisa County Broadband Authority members say they’d like to report to the community how many citizens have obtained faster internet service as a result of the group’s work.

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The new chief deputy at the Louisa County Sheriff’s Office is a familiar face. Ronnie Roberts, the former Town of Louisa police chief, assumed his new role on Jan. 2.  

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Firing off a retort to Democratic legislators who introduced gun control bills, Republican Delegate John McGuire filed three bills in the General Assembly to make it easier to obtain and use guns.

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The new chairman of the Louisa County Board of Supervisors says he wants to establish a more robust long-term budgeting process to try to better anticipate future expenses.

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The Louisa Lions' boys' basketball team improves to 5-2 for the season following a pair of wins to start off the new year. After defeating the Monticello Mustangs 76-51 on the road on Jan. 3, they scored a 71-58 home win over the Midlothian Trojans on Jan. 4. Senior Jarett Hunter breaks down…

The Louisa Lions' boys' basketball team improves to 5-2 for the season following a pair of wins to start off the new year. After defeating the Monticello Mustangs 76-51 on the road on Jan. 3, they scored a 71-58 home win over the Midlothian Trojans on Jan. 4. Senior Jarett Hunter breaks down…

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The James River Water Authority is considering numerous alternative locations and routes for the pump station and pipeline in case it has to relocate from the disputed Rassawek site.

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A Bumpass man was given a 15-year suspended sentence in Louisa Circuit Court today for breaking into a Buckner Road home, a crime he committed in order to get out of a gang.

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Alyssa Ellison became chief of the Louisa County Sheriff’s Office’s animal control unit in 2019. She works closely with veterinarians and fellow law enforcement on everything from high-profile animal seizures to lost pets.

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Customers of Rappahannock Electric Cooperative in Louisa may soon cast their eyes longingly toward Orange County, where co-op members could have high-speed internet access as soon as this year.

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The new town of Louisa police chief, Tom Leary, says he supports bringing back the auxiliary police program that allows volunteers to serve alongside paid officers.

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Colorful quilts were draped around the shoulders of several of Louisa’s World War II and Korean War veterans at the Veterans Day ceremony last month on the Louisa Courthouse lawn. The quilts were made by volunteers here in the county who are part of a group known as Common Threads.

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A year and a half after the Louisa County Industrial Development Authority unveiled plans to build a corporate hangar to attract new business, the project remains in limbo.

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Firing the latest salvo in the battle over Louisa County’s future public water supply, the Monacan Indian Nation asked the Louisa and Fluvanna county boards of supervisors to hire a third party to investigate the actions of the James River Water Authority.

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Marie Bowers started helping her grandmother and aunt make fruitcake when she was six years old. Now 70, she still makes one every year, and considers it one of the best things about Christmas.

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Imagine you’re a child waking up on Christmas morning. You excitedly run out to the tree to see what gifts await you, only to find none. No new toys to play with, no new stuffed animals to hug, not even new clothes to wear.

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There is a lot of controversy around whether Santa Claus could deliver toys to all the children in the world. 

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Jessica Winston became the proud owner of a rehabbed home on Johnson Road this week after working closely with Louisa’s Habitat for Humanity chapter for two years.

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Fishermen who have been casting lines for years off of a pedestrian bridge on Dike 3 at Lake Anna are about to lose their access.

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Deputies of the Louisa County Sheriff's Office are sworn in on Dec. 20 at Louisa Circuit Court for a new four-year term. Donald Lowe, Henry Wash and Stacey Fletcher were sworn in as sheriff, treasurer and commissioner of the revenue, respectively.

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Before they approved rezoning property on Dec. 16 for new housing and business on the south side of Zion Crossroads, the board of supervisors revisited the recent history of the area’s well water.

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Eight boat captains participated in the first-ever Lighted Boat Parade on Dec. 7, traveling from Lake Anna Taphouse at New Bridge to Tim’s at The Boardwalk.

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The Trevilian House, which was at the center of a Civil War battle in Louisa County, opened its doors on Dec. 7 for the public to peer through the periscope of time and see what Christmas would have looked like there in the mid-19th century. 

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After a day’s trial before a jury in Louisa County Circuit Court on Dec. 6, Brandon Ford, 22, of Bumpass was found not guilty of three charges of sodomy and one of strangulation.

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The electronic game devices that have appeared in stores and gas stations all over Louisa County look a lot like gambling machines. You could spend a few dollars on a game and walk away with a hundred in your pocket. 

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Some of the characters most familiar to readers of the Sunday funny pages will take the stage tomorrow night at the Louisa Arts Center for the musical “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.”

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A proposed revision to the county code would increase significantly the minimum lot size allowed in areas of the county zoned for agriculture.