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Ms. Nancy E. Spence

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Planting the Garden

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Telehealth service may soon expand to Woolwine area

After weeks of telehealth appointments being solely offered at the Jeb Stuart Volunteer Rescue Squad, officials involved in the project are preparing to launch a similar service at the Smith River Volunteer Rescue Squad building in Woolwine. The program began in limited areas in January. Christie Fain, executive director of...
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Cryptocurrency scams climbed to second riskiest in 2021, according to BBB recent report

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SCC named a ‘Military Friendly School’ for 2022-2023

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Parole Board FOIA bill signed into law

Gov. Glenn Youngkin signed HB1303 into law after it passed the House 95-5 and the Senate 36-3. Del. Wren Williams, R-Stuart, had introduced HB1303 in the House on January 19, where it quickly gained sweeping bipartisan support. The bill classifies Parole Board votes as public information and subject to the Commonwealth’s Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).
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David Larry “Buddy” Smith

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Ms. Malissa Jewel Gray

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Barry Warden Williams

Barry Warden Williams, age 60 of Stuart, passed away Thursday, March 10, 2022. He was born in Patrick County on September 26, 1961, to the late Billy Dean Williams and Audrey Charlene Roberson Williams. Barry had a huge personality and a laugh that would light up the room. He loved putting a smile on people’s faces and was a father to everybody.
STUART, VA