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Charley KingreaA Fluvanna County businessman, who owns a jewelry store near Palmyra, has been arrested on drug charges in Charlottesville.

He also faces other drug charges in Fluvanna.

Charley F. Kingrea, 45, the owner of CK Jewelers, faces four drug-related felonies that are alleged to have occurred on Oct. 5, according to court documents. Jefferson Area Drug Enforcement (JADE) task force officers arrested Kingrea on that same day.

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Carolyn Talley, Fluvanna Registrar Joyce Pace and Chapter Regent Betty Holland.Fluvanna County Registrar Joyce Pace was the guest speaker at a recent meeting of the Point of Fork Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Pace presented a program on voting and voter registration. Carolyn Talley, chapter chairman for Constitution week, took posters to the public schools in Fluvanna and Preamble to the Constitution bookmarks to the third and fourth graders at Carysbrook Elementary School.  – Contributed by Bea Brittain

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Here are some frequently asked questions and answers about voter ID requirements in Virginia.

Do I need to show a photo ID when I go to the polls?

No. There are other forms of identification that are valid in order to vote. Valid photo IDs are one and include a valid Virginia driver’s license or ID card, an employee ID card containing a photograph, military ID are all acceptable forms of identification.

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The Fluvanna County Parks and Recreation (FCPR) Department has lots to offer this fall and winter.

Those who have participated in the programs and past events with their families can continue this season with the 8th Annual Halloween Tricks and Treats. Beginning on Oct. 26, at the Fluvanna County Library, there will be a magic show and a movie. On the following night, come to Pleasant Grove to trick or treat, paint pumpkins (bring your own), compete in the costume contest and other ghoulish games, make Halloween crafts and take a hay ride that is touted as semi-scary.

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USAF Master Sergeant James L. TylerA slim, professional-looking military man with an impressive number of medals walked casually into Room 4501 at Fluvanna County High School on Sept. 13. His mission? To share more than two decades of experience in the Air Force with 23 future high school graduates in Elizabeth Pellicane’s Mass Media class.

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