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Hearsay (access required)

A Tree Grows in SoBo The Halifax Bar Association last month honored retiring Halifax County Circuit Judge Charles L. McCormick III with a living tribute: The group planted a tree in his honor on the Courthouse Square in South Boston. ...

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Just Who Gets To Vote? (access required)

The Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee has issued another opinion on whether Virginia judges can vote in political party primaries. The answer to a request by three judges was succinct, and still, “No.” Word on the street had it that at ...

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A Real Red-Meat Proposal (access required)

A House of Delegates committee last week voted, 18-2, to approve a constitutional amendment to guarantee the right to hunt and fish in Virginia. The measure mirrors a movement across the country: A number of states have passed similar proposals, ...

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Flags, and Fur, Flying (access required)

Confederate flags are in the news this winter. First the flap over the Stars ‘n’ Bars flying over the South Carolina capitol, and now the General Assembly is ready to declare war on the People’s Republic of Minnesota. Actually, the ...

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Keep Your Eyes On The Road (access required)

Commuting in Northern Virginia is a legendary daily aggravation, virtually a way of life. And speaking of virtual, now drivers can check the status of their favored route online at www.highwaynet.com. This website, produced by a partnership between the Virginia ...

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Potty Humor? (access required)

It’s become quite the hot commode-ity, if you will, in Hanover County. Toilets, that is — about 11 of them in all — which are on display at the farm of Henry R. Broaddus and his mother, Frances Broaddus Crutchfield. ...

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