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To Wed In August


Mr. and Mrs. Duane Easter, of Farmville, are proud to announce the engagement of their son, Joshua Kenneth Easter, to Chrissa Michelle Mozaffari, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andre Mozaffari, of Modesto, CA. Joshua’s grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jenkins, of Appomattox, and Mrs. Ruth Easter and the late Vernon Easter, of Cumberland. Chrissa’s grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Mehdi Mozaffari, of Modesto, CA, and Manual Mendoza and the late Mrs. Lupe Mendoza, of Kingsburg, CA.
Thursday, May 21, 2015

The Black Folder Offers Students Lifetime Skills
Martha Womack, a local teacher with 39 years in the classroom, has found a way to stay there indefinitely. Her recently published guide to writing research papers, The Black Folder, is intended not only for current students in her English 11 classes but generations of students to come.
Tuesday, May 19, 2015

A Case Of Honor For PE's Valedictorians And Salutatorians

PRINCE EDWARD — Sometime this summer, two more names will go on a plaque in a gleaming display case at Prince Edward County High School.

The 2015 valedictorian and salutatorian.

Thursday, May 14, 2015

Belle Branch Takes Conservation Honors

GRAVEL HILL — Mike and Gloria Waycaster aren’t only proud of the blue and white diamond-shaped sign they plan on posting on one of their farm’s fences soon against the colorful plethora of birdhouses.

They’re also proud of their farm’s impact on cleaning up the Chesapeake Bay, hundreds of miles east of their family-owned and operated Belle Branch Farm.

Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Fourth Graders Help To Bring History To Life
PRINCE EDWARD — The room reverberated with the sounds of history. Wandering around the spacious Moton Museum on an early March evening you would have found a pint-size Lena Horne, Jackie Robinson, and Thurgood Marshall among a collection of historic figures. Press the “push here” tag on their backs and they come alive, telling how they made a difference.
Tuesday, March 17, 2015

From A Mound To Four Churches: Alexander Hill's Brush Arbor

GLENMORE — They weren’t allowed to worship in a comfortable building, as their owner and his family could, along with the all the other white people in Buckingham County.

But just because they didn’t have a roof over their heads and cushions on their seats didn’t mean they couldn’t pray to their maker.

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

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