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WHAT'S COOKING? Cool nights and fall vegetables - The Gazette-Virginian
I love the fall time of the year and the cool weather. It’s just right and all the different foods you can fix when it is one of those cool nights and all the vegetables that you have only in the fall. I hope you enjoy these that I have picked out.
Rescue group hosts benefit trail ride to raise funds for supplies, equipment - The Gazette-Virginian
In order to raise funds for supplies and equipment needed to make their searches a success, Halifax Mounted Search and Rescue will host a trail ride Saturday at 1089 Daniels Trail in Halifax. According to Halifax Mounted Search and Rescue President Lacey ...
BIRTHDAYS: Sept. 18-24 - The Gazette-Virginian
Sept. 18: Oliver Smith, Kenneth Crews, Daniel J. Stephens Jr., Watt Hazelwood, Myrna Diane Lewis, Louise P. Mize, Allison Renee Brandon Sept. 19: Hope Keatts, Timmy Clarke, Tommy Clarke, Mary Parks, Caroline T. Fridley, J.R. Allred, Wilson Conner, Ralph ...
Golden Oldies Music Fest to benefit local museum - The Gazette-Virginian
Remember dancing the night away? Listening to the radio while doing homework or loyally watching Bandstand? If so, then be sure to attend the Golden Oldies Music Fest on Saturday, Oct. 4. Sponsored by the South Boston/Halifax County Museum, this party ...
Racing comes full circle for NASCAR Hall of Famer - The Gazette-Virginian
Rex White, a member of the 2015 class of the NASCAR Hall of Fame, nodded in agreement when told how things have changed in the sport since his racing heydey over half a century ago. “Oh boy, things have changed,” said the 1960 champion in what became ...
Woman pleads to drug charge - The Gazette-Virginian
A 29-year-old Blairs woman, Latonya Motley Smith, pleaded guilty Monday in Halifax County Circuit Court to a single charge of possessing cocaine. Pursuant to a plea agreement with the commonwealth, the court found evidence sufficient to convict the ...
New agronomy procurement veterans bringing strength to Southern States - The Gazette-Virginian
Southern States Cooperative has announced the appointment of two ag-industry veterans to its agronomy procurement division. Joe Wlodkoski joins the division as director of agronomy procurement — fertilizer after 13 years in sales and market development ...
CONCERT CALENDAR: Fall Bash coming Saturday - The Gazette-Virginian
• World of Sports, South Boston … Turbeville Vol. Fire Dept. Fall Bash Sept. 20, 8 p.m.-midnight featuring Matt Boswell & The Hillbilly Blues Band. Advance tickets $15 per person or $25 per couple, $20 per person at the door. Advance tickets may be ...
Peyton Sellers holds second South Boston Speedway LMSC title in hand - The Gazette-Virginian
Peyton Sellers says it takes some good luck and the right chain of events to win a track championship. The Ringgold, Virginia resident had both this season in winning his second career South Boston Speedway NASCAR Whelen All American Series Late Model ...
PAULA I. BRYANT: Inspiring patriotism - The Gazette-Virginian
Stella Waltz, a Virginia entrepreneur who owns JES Foundation Repair with offices in Virginia Beach, Chester and Manassas, knows how to honor the American flag. She was inspired to begin teaching local organizations, groups and schools after Sept.
LETTER: Get registered and vote - The Gazette-Virginian
When you listen to people talk about the shape our country is in, they all say “We have got to do something!” But how many really try to do anything? This allows current online subscribers access to unlimited content. Please create a new user account ...
LETTER: Not a bad day for Virginia - The Gazette-Virginian
As a new resident of Virginia, I must say that I am surprised at a (letter to the editor) writer’s recent defense of former Governor Bob McDonnell and his wife following the couple’s conviction on corruption charges. This allows current online ...
DOUG FORD: Endangered species - The Gazette-Virginian
A job search site calling itself CareerCast recently published a report on what it says are the top-10 endangered jobs. That list includes letter carriers, farmers, meter readers, travel agents, lumberjacks, flight attendants, drill press operators ...
Clover couple’s granddaughter finishes as first runner-up in Miss America Pageant - The Gazette-Virginian
A Clover couple was on the edge of their seats Sunday night as they watched their granddaughter, Miss Virginia Courtney P. Garrett, vie with Miss New York for the Miss America title. Garrett, the granddaughter of Edward Garrett and step-granddaughter of ...
Burton has season-best finish at Chicagoland - The Gazette-Virginian
Jeb Burton finished a season-high fifth at Chicagoland Speedway after overcoming handling issues in the rain-delayed Lucas Oil 225 on Saturday night. The fifth-place effort was Burton’s first top-five finish of the 2014 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series ...