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From the Editor’s Desk — The ‘local stuff’ matters in Lunenburg County

This story takes us a bit away from Lunenburg County, but hang on. I’ll come back home in ...

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Big Tech steamrolls newspapers

Today’s editorial is courtesy of our friend and newspaper colleague Brett Wesner, chair of the National Newspaper Association. ...

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Editorial — Time to support local news is now

Today we hand over this space to Dean Ridings, CEO of the America’s Newspapers trade organization, for an ...

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Editorial — Bipartisan budget good for Virginia

Government gridlock can frustrate partisans on both sides of the aisle, but in a purple state like Virginia, ...

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Editorial — A rallying cry for public schools

The alarm bells will be muted — even ignored — thanks to bitter partisan division over public education, ...

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His thoughts — Lots to like in compromise budget

The final product of the Conference Committee isn’t the House budget or the Senate budget. Instead, it’s a ...

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His thoughts — Budget work continues

Setting Virginia’s budget for the next two years is the primary responsibility of the General Assembly, and I’m ...

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His Thoughts — Planning to succeed

Last year, the Virginia Community College State Board unanimously approved a new strategic plan, Opportunity 2027. Dr. Michelle ...

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Opinion — A new beginning

Saturday, Virginia inaugurated our 74th Governor. This began the four year term of Glen Youngkin. As he passionately ...

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Opinion — Keeping our promises

On Saturday, Governor Glenn Youngkin, Lt. Governor Winsome Sears, and Attorney General Jason Miyares took the oath of ...

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