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BREAKING NEWS: Missing man seen Monday

A missing Henry County man was seen in Burlington, N.C., as recently as Monday, and while he is not believed to be in danger, he still is being sought.

The Henry County Sheriff’s Office has been searching for Bobby Dean Bray Sr. since he was reported missing Saturday. Through the course of the investigation, it was determined that Bray stayed at a motel in Burlington on Sunday, according to release from the sheriff’s office.

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Monogram to add 101 jobs
Meat snacks maker will add distribution center in county
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By BEN R. WILLIAMS - Bulletin Staff Writer

Monogram Food Solutions will expand once again in Henry County, and according to company Chairman and CEO Karl Schledwitz, the meat snack manufacturer potentially could announce another expansion here before the end of the year.

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Aid sought on missing Axton man


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Authorities continue to ask the public to be on the lookout for an Axton man who recently was reported missing.

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Double rainbows were visible Sunday in Bassett in the area of Philpott Dam Road. The second was not as vivid in color as the first, but that didn’t stop motorists from stopping to capture the rainbows with their cameras. Here, the first rainbow arcs across the sky near Bassett Memorial United Methodist Church. The second rainbow is just visible in the background. (Contributed photo)

Certain drug death rates higher locally
By PAUL COLLINS - Bulletin Staff Writer

Death rates associated with combined cocaine and heroin use were much higher in Henry County and Martinsville than the commonwealth, according to both 2012 and 2013 Office of Chief Medical Examiner (OCME) data provided by a local health official.

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