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Snow days mount
Schools assess lost time; chance of ice in forecast
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The threat of winter weather hasn’t ended yet, but local school officials already are considering how they will make up the snow days that have piled up in recent weeks.

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Annual trade show will kick off today for VIPs

By MICKEY POWELL - Bulletin Staff Writer

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Mary Jordan always learns something new about the community and its businesses when she attends Fast Track.

“I come every year,” said Jordan, executive director of the Spencer-Penn Centre, “and I am still amazed at the number of businesses in Martinsville-Henry County that I never knew existed” or which she knew little about.

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Dunn: Dispute preceded shooting
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A shooting that occurred early Sunday in Martinsville was the result of a domestic dispute, according to Martinsville Police Chief Sean Dunn.

Capt. Robert Fincher with the city police department said that Calvin Edward Cabiness, 38, who was charged in the incident, is married to the mother of victim Malik Moorehead, 19.

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Fire destroys Bassett home
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By BEN R. WILLIAMS - Bulletin Staff Writer

A fire early Monday morning destroyed a Bassett home, but no one was injured in the blaze, according to a news release from Henry County Fire Marshal Pete Draper.

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Media specialization OK'd at PHCC
By PAUL COLLINS - Bulletin Staff Writer

The Patrick Henry Community College Board on Monday approved a media design and production specialization that aims to prepare students for careers in the professional video field.

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