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BREAKING NEWS: Bassett man dies after wreck
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A Bassett man died Tuesday following a car accident on Oak Level Road, according to a news release from the Virginia State Police.

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City talks board spots
Seven candidates emerge for two city school board seats
By MICKEY POWELL - Bulletin Staff Writer

Martinsville City Council will consider seven people to fill two seats up for grabs on the city’s school board.

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Rescue gives SPCA a lift
More than 120 animals sent to rescue group

By PAUL COLLINS - Bulletin Staff Writer

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More than 120 kittens, adult cats, puppies and adult dogs were rescued Tuesday and are hopefully heading for adoption through the joint efforts of the SPCA of Martinsville-Henry County, North Shore Animal League America and the American Humane Association.

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C-PEG chief explains duties
Campbell assures County group ‘has no boundaries’
By BEN R. WILLIAMS - Bulletin Staff Writer

Clay Campbell, president of the Chamber’s Partnership for Economic Growth (C-PEG), assured the Henry County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday that C-PEG will continue to represent Henry County as well as Martinsville.

C-PEG is an independent, yet closely aligned, charitable affiliate of the Martinsville-Henry County Chamber of Commerce.

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Marine vet rides to kids’ aid
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By CHARLES BOOTHE - BH News Service

A tough Patrick County Marine Corps veteran loves his motorcycle, but his passion is helping children.

That’s why James Edwards, 49, of Patrick Springs, is trying to start a local chapter of Guardians of the Children (GOC), a national organization that focuses on providing support for victims of child abuse. The chapter would cover Patrick, Henry and Floyd counties.

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