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Democrats' sweeping bill could change how we vote

The stakes are monumental, with potential to shape election outcomes for years to come. It also tests how hard President Joe Biden and his party are willing to fight for their priorities.  Read more

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WATCH NOW: Record death toll of COVID-19 in West Piedmont Health District now outpaces cases

There were 15 revealed in the West Piedmont Health District, breaking the mark set Friday.

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Martinsville artist's pet project lands her a featured spot on 'The Today Show'

Ashleigh Pritchard was featured for her oil work of people's animals. Read more

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WATCH NOW: COVID-19 survivors in Henry County hoping for vaccine soon

Dewey and Juanita Shelton both survived COVID-19 and have pre-existing medical conditions. They want to be vaccinated. Their patience is being tested. Read more

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Martinsville-region COVID-19/coronavirus daily update from state, nation and world: March 3

The new reality in the West Piedmont Health District is this: There were more deaths reported this morning than there were new cases and ho… Read more

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Four more deaths chalked up to COVID-19 in West Piedmont Health District.

King's Grant official says there is one confirmed case lingering at the facility. Read more

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Yankees manager Aaron Boone gets pacemaker, takes leave

NEW YORK (AP) — Yankees manager Aaron Boone took a leave of absence from the team to get a pacemaker and intends to return to work in a few days. Read more

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Boone takes leave for pacemaker; Lester to have surgery

New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone took a leave of absence from the team to get a pacemaker and intends to return to work in a few days. Read more

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Ex-NFL player Kellen Winslow II gets 14 years for rapes

SAN DIEGO (AP) — Former NFL player Kellen Winslow II was sentenced Wednesday to 14 years in prison for multiple rapes and other sexual offenses against five women in Southern California, including one who was homeless when he attacked her in 2018. Read more

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Joe Altobelli, manager who led O's to '83 WS, dies at 88

BALTIMORE (AP) — Joe Altobelli, the manager who led the Baltimore Orioles to their most recent World Series title in 1983, died Wednesday. He was 88. Read more

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Martinsville-region COVID-19/coronavirus daily update from state, nation and world: March 3

The new reality in the West Piedmont Health District is this: There were more deaths reported this morning than there were new cases and ho… Read more

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Martinsville-region COVID-19/coronavirus daily update from state, nation and world: March 2

One day into March, and the trend continues in the West Piedmont Health District. There were four newly recorded deaths from COVID-19, and … Read more

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Martinsville-region COVID-19/coronavirus daily update from state, nation and world: March 1

February concluded with five more deaths -- and 76 total -- from COVID-19 in the West Piedmont Health District. The Virginia Department of … Read more

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THE STROLLER: Have you ever caught at 3-legged chicken?

The "Sisters Let's Talk" meeting will look for ways to stop violence in the community; the SPCA hosts a "Kitten Shower." Read more

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Vaccination process has been a hot mess

To the editor: Read more

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Cartoon for March 4, 2021

ANOTHER VIEW: Will gubernatorial candidates commit to a debate in Southwest Virginia?

We’re still arguing about the 2020 election (heck, some people are still arguing about the Civil War), but it’s time to move on. This being Virginia, we have a new election coming at us in 2021. Read more

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