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December 7, 2014 - 11:00am

Police blotter

FERINTOSH LN 11/5 Victim stated known suspect entered her residence through the front door, kicked open her bedroom door and then assaulted her. At this time nothing has been reported stolen.

Unique birthday

It happens every one hundred years, 11/11/11 and for Patty Mosher Abbott, her lucky number has always been 11.

Chester resident spent a lifetime defending America’s freedom

Three original Thomas Kinkade paintings adorn the walls of Newel Langford’s living room. And replicas are scattered throughout the rest of the house. Langford’s home in the Walthall community has become his sanctuary and his cabinet of memories – many of which are rooted in his experience in three American wars.

Bellwood nationally recognized for sustained achievement

Jennifer Rudd, principal at Bellwood Elementary is so proud of her students and their teachers that she wanted everyone to be present for a very special announcement she made last Tuesday.

Ettrick Veterans Day Remembrance held at Historic Ettrick Cemetery

The historic Ettrick Cemetery, just off the Appomattox River on the outskirts of the Village, is the final resting place for 105 Confederate soldiers and one Northern veteran.

Veterans ceremony welcomes influential veterans, speakers

This year’s Bensley’s Veterans Day Ceremony will be held on Saturday, November 12, at 11 a.m. The event will feature guest speaker Jan Scruggs, founder and president of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund.

Skyhawks sweep Knights

Meeting twice in the same season for the first time in school history, the Thomas Dale Knights and the L.C. Bird Skyhawks would clash with both pride and playoff chances on the line. For Thomas Dale, they essentially wrapped up the Central district with their win over Meadowbrook last week, 21-14.

Ladies Auxiliary of BBVR honors Margaret Miller

The first president of the Ladies Auxiliary of Bensley Bermuda Volunteer Rescue Squad was honored at a recent dinner. Margaret Miller, of Chesterfield, 74, served as the first president of the organization when it was organized Nov. 2, 1967. Still an active member she is also considered a life member.