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VIRginia International Raceway Races into 2020

VIRginia International Raceway, one of North America’s most iconic road courses, is gearing up for its 2020 season, which includes 10 thrilling spectator events from April through November. The action-packed year features several returning fan-favorite races, including the NASA Mid-Atlantic HyperFest, IMSA WeatherTech Sportscar Championship, Heacock Classic Gold Cup and more. Kicking things off is the Hoosier Tire SCCA Super ...

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Gardening To Do List – Spring 2020

By Darnell Abbott As I write this, it is late January, but, given we’ve had an unseasonably warm winter thus far, perhaps spring will come in early and last for months. Though the official start of Spring is a couple months away, as the owner of Abbott’s, a Farm and Garden Supply business, I am already ordering plants, trees and ...

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West and Woodall – Terri Reynolds

Terri Reynolds had lived on a small lake near Mansfield, Ohio where she had been a realtor for some time. In 1999 her husband accepted a new position with a telecommunication company in North Carolina. Not willing to give up their lake life, the search was on. It wasn’t long before Hyco Lake came up on the radar. Her first ...

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The Hyco Lake Review – January 2020

Hyco Lake Magazine is please to share the January 2020 issue of The Hyco Lake Review. This newsletter is provided by the Person-Caswell Lake Authority. 205 Kelly Brewer Rd Leasburg, NC 27291 (336) 599-4343 www.HycoLake.org/ Hyco Lake Review - 2020-1 1 file(s) 1 MB Download

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History of Valentine’s Day

By John Theo, Jr It appears that every week our culture now celebrates some new man-made manufactured day. From Sibling Day, to Dog day, to Su Chef Appreciation Day. Even the traditional religious holidays have morphed into consumer driven reflections of their origins. Christmas has gone from celebrating Jesus’ birth to trampling people to death at 5AM on "Black Friday” ...

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almost a love song

by phillip gillis NJ ♡’s LB “Where are we going mom? Is this it?” Noah asked as he stared out the window of the ‘96 Buick. His mother put the car in park as she bumped the curb with the front wheels. She adjusted the rearview mirror so that she could see his eyes and just a small bit of ...

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RCS Adds Women’s Golf to Bulldogs Athletics

By Ariel Fryczynski, RCS Freshman Photo by Peyton Weaver, RCS Senior Roxboro Community School (RCS) this year made history when it formed a new high school women’s golf team. Macie Whipp, Amy Davis, Morgan Mangum, Antasia Jeffers, and Nyriah Barnes are this school year’s team members. Long-time men’s golf coach Earl Gurtner is serving as the women’s coach as well. ...

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Fall in Love with Local Foods!

Story and photos by Stokes R. Reagan Winter is coming! The temperature has finally dropped and the merciless heat of summer has reluctantly subsided. Summer is over and football season is in full swing. The sounds of children jumping in pools has been replaced with sounds of children jumping in piles of colorful leaves. The arrival of autumn also makes ...

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Disc Golf – Balou Park

Story and photos by Paul Liggitt The weather has turned and is finally comfortable and maybe even a bit chilly so you can leave the sweltering heat of the summer, and in this case the North Carolina Fall, behind and venture outside for some activities. It is time for cooking out over a grill, biking, hiking, walking, and more. The ...

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