Looking Back: Times Virginian News Archives

Times Virginian News Archives


FFA teacher receives national recognition

Henry B. Pack, award-winning vocational agriculture teacher at Appomattox High School who has led his students to state and national recognition, was named winner of a Valley Forge Classroom Teachers Medal. Pack was one of 332 American classroom teachers to be selected for the national recognition from Freedom Foundation at Valley Forge.


County administrator resigns for new job

Dennis E. Gragg, Appomattox County administrator, submitted his letter of resignation to the Appomattox County Board of Supervisors because he accepted the position of executive director of the Central Virginia Planning District Commission in Lynchburg. 

Pamplin Town News

Bernice Sparks has bought the old Clark house in Pamplin and has moved in. She is the mother of Mrs. Kenneth Hamlett (Katie) and Mrs. Ralph Hamlett (Patty), both of Pamplin. We all wish to extend Bernice our warmest welcome. 


Landfill gets new supervisor

A slim young lady with waist-length black hair looks more like a model than a landfill supervisor, but that’s what she does. Tina Carter, an Appomattox native, was named as Appomattox County Landfill Interim Supervisor after working there the past four years. 

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