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    Looking around these days, it’s pretty clear that there are very few things on which everyone agrees. You say “Potato,” I say “Po-tah-to,” and then we are suddenly embroiled in a five-hour debate focused on tuber production in Idaho, government conspiracies and possibly even the Chinese.

      Despite lingering uncertainty as start of school nears, local soon-to-be college students trying not to let threat of virus dampen their enthusiasm

        Recently, Goochland County completed a refinancing of the Virginia Resources Authority (VRA) Series 2012 Tuckahoe Creek Service District (TCSD) Bonds that will ultimately net $12.1 million in debt service savings for the TCSD. While the refinancing occurred in July 2020, amidst the COVID-19 …

        “This will be a special year for Rotary, and our greater Goochland community, because we will be celebrating our 25th Anniversary,” announced newly-elected Goochland Rotary Club president Jay Shively during the organization’s recent installation ceremony recently held at Rassawek Vineyard. T…

        Have you been pondering ways to improve the natural resources on your farm? Are your livestock drinking from a stream? Is there erosion occurring from your crop field? Are you interested in a winter cover on a crop field? Would you like to convert a crop field into permanent grass?

        Earlier this year, when it came to deciding what his senior project would be, Goochland’s Shane Brennan knew he wanted to give back to his community in a very special way. As a long-time Goochland Young Life member, Brennan quickly realized the group would be the perfect one to support.

        For more years that I’d like to admit, my Friday nights in the fall have been spent patrolling a sideline of a high school football game. The largest majority of those assignments included Goochland football, and, over those years, I’ve been treated to some of the most exciting and inspiring…


        Addressing the Goochland County Board of Supervisors during the board’s monthly meeting on July 7, Goochland NAACP President Wendy Hobbs made it clear that she and many other Black Goochland residents are disappointed by what they perceive as a lack of support from county leaders and a hesit…

        Final details of plan to open schools are still being hammered out, but superintendent calls it best option for Goochland County students at this point

        In the brutal heat of the summer, local Animal Control officers remind all citizens that leaving your pet in your vehicle for even a few minutes on sunny days – even if the windows are not rolled up – can be critical to them.

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