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County schools OK Bible giveaway
Bibles may be distributed one day a year in high schools
By PAUL COLLINS - Bulletin Staff Writer

Gideons International will be allowed to make Bibles available in some Henry County Public Schools under certain conditions, schools Superintendent Jared Cotton has determined.

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Tobacco commission reforms supported
By three area commission members

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Three area members of the tobacco commission support — at least for the most part — legislation aimed at holding the panel more accountable.

Bills before the General Assembly contain “good business practices” that “probably should have been done all along,” said Don Merricks of Pittsylania County, a member of the Virginia Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Commission who served in the House of Delegates from 2008 to 2014.

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'It's OK to make a mistake'
STEM students use robots to learn about trial and effor
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By PAUL COLLINS - Bulletin Staff Writer

If at first you don’t succeed ... .

Some of the students in Joy Johnston’s NASA SEMAA class at Martinsville Middle School recently were learning through trial and error as they programmed robots to move from one end of a several-foot-long competition board to the other, and then return.

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Artists chosen for mural
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By MICKEY POWELL - Bulletin Staff Writer

Two area artists have been selected to paint an outdoor mural to improve the appearance of a small park in uptown Martinsville.

Aleen Wilson and Amanda Honore’ Donley were chosen by a committee of city employees, artists and other area representatives that reviewed four proposals for the mural, said city Community Planner Susan McCulloch.

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Charges filed in accident
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Charges have been filed in connection with an incident Friday afternoon in which a Jeep Cherokee crashed into the living room of a home on Carver Court in Martinsville. No one was injured.

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