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Summer WTLs have arrived

The magazine you’ve been asking for — Western Tidewater Living — has arrived at our office, and copies ...

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A home — at last

With restoration largely complete, Brandon Cook’s family moves in to former clinic SEDLEY Brandon Cook, formerly of Courtland, ...

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Family’s extensive research made available to public

Father, son, present database about Hatfields to clerk’s office COURTLAND A father’s interest in the family tree inspired ...

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School gym earns place on state landmarks register

FRANKLIN The Charles Street Gym in Franklin has been recognized for its lasting value by the Department of ...

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Pulling together

Fathers, sons bond in tractor-pulling contests MERLE MONAHAN/CONTRIBUTING WRITER IVOR Friends Dan Billups of Wakefield and Steven ...


Catching up with… S. Waite Rawls

S. Waite Rawls III has always been a Civil War buff. That’s why he couldn’t pass up the ...


Rocking you toward God

To passersby, the small farm off Seacock Chapel Road looks like your typical Southampton County homestead. But pull ...


Crazy about cornhole

The co-pastor of Courtland’s Community Praise and Worship Center has an addiction that’s making her money.


Heartwarming dough

Watching Jean Bradshaw maneuver around her kitchen, no one would guess she couldn’t cook when she got married.


Fighting the good fight

Clarence Truman Joyner’s memories of serving in the Army during World War II haven’t faded.

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