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Tuesday, April 21, 2015
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Board hears budget pleas
Supervisors again urged to meet schools’ request
By BEN R. WILLIAMS - Bulletin Staff Writer

Dorothy Carter, president of the Henry County Education Association, urged the Henry County Board of Supervisors on Monday to consider fully funding the Henry County Public Schools’ budget request.

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Mini Maker Faire is a hands-on experience

By TIM COX - Bulletin Staff Writer

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The Martinsville Mini Maker Faire, held Saturday at The Artisan Center in uptown Martinsville, featured various hands-on demonstrations and exhibits outdoors next to the center and inside at the Fab Lab. Above, Kim Dillard of Martinsville watches as her daughter, Laura, 9, tries her hand at making a “brushbot.”

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Funding hike sought
By MICKEY POWELL - Bulletin Staff Writer

Patrick Henry Community College (PHCC) plans to use a funding increase requested from the city of Martinsville toward renovating its motorsports building into a high-tech workforce training center.

PHCC asked the city for $21,945 for the new fiscal year that will start July 1. The city’s proposed fiscal 2016 budget recommends that the college get $19,835, which is nearly 12 percent more than the $17,720 it received for the current fiscal year.

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Despite heavy rains, area avoids damage
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By MICKEY POWELL - Bulletin Staff Writer

Western Henry County was under a flood warning early Monday due to heavy rain that fell the previous day, but local emergency officials said they knew of no property damage due to high water.

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