Fluvanna Review

The little known sport of curling, invented in medieval Scotland, is gaining in popularity in the U.S.

And one local has found this sport intriguing and fun.

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Debra Lucado, Renny Megahan, Jeff Craig and Joe Chesser cut the ribbon. Photo by Page H. Gifford Attracting shoppers locally and supporting the newly stocked Fluvanna Ace Hardware (formerly Do It Best) was Joe Chesser’s message to the group of well-wishers gathered at Friday’s (Sept. 12) ribbon-cutting ceremony.

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The results of a recent traffic study on a fatal stretch of Fluvanna road have launched a plan to pepper the area with signs in an attempt to save lives.

Between 2011 and 2015, 62 crashes occurred on a 1.9–mile stretch of South Boston Rd. (Rt. 600) between its intersection with Lake Monticello Rd. (Rt. 618) and Abby Rd. by CVS. As a result of those crashes, one person died and 22 were injured. Add a comment

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Coach Jason DavisScott Morris, Fluvanna County High School’s athletic director, announced Tuesday, May 17, that Jason Davis has been named the head boys’ basketball coach, according to a press release.

Davis will replace Munro Rateau, who announced his retirement in March after 35 years at the helm.

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Vying for two slots on the Lake Monticello Owners’ Association (LMOA) Board of Directors are three candidates: Larry Cormier, Robert Harris, and incumbent Marlene Weaver.

The two who are elected will begin their three-year terms immediately after results are announced at the annual meeting of members on June 25 in the Maple Room of the Lake Monticello Fire & Rescue building. The meeting begins at 10 a.m. but will immediately go into recess to allow for in-person voting. It will reconvene at 1 p.m.

 

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