Girl of many talents

Brandy Fronte’s unique mix of passions allows her to share the Gospel “People matter.” Those are the two words by which Brandy Fronte chooses to live her life. “I love people and I love to love on all types of people,” Fronte said. “It’s really simple math. You and Jesus and loving people. That’s it. That’s all it is. Unfortunately, […]

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Defining the value of life

Parent decision in the birth of Down syndrome son becomes worldwide news For most families, the birth of a child is a day of great celebration. For Samuel Forrest and his wife Ruzan Badalyan, the birth of their son Leo quickly sparked international news. People around the world have taken sides with one parent or the other as they debate […]

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Lynchburg profits from love

Good weather over the weekend holiday results in increased sales for shops Characterized by blustery winds and blue skies, this year’s Valentine’s Day did everything but mirror the weather of Feb. 14 last year. The business of local shops bloom by Doyle’s and CAO Artisan Chocolates were hindered last year due to the weather. “Last year we had a snow […]

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An extraordinary gift

Senior Samantha Moran’s book shows a journey of faith, trust and love Samantha Grace Moran always dreamed about being a published author. She never imagined that she would be one at the age of 21. But that is exactly what she is. “I’ve pretty much wanted to be an author ever since I was really little,” Moran said. “ I […]

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Parent contest reveals winner

Sophomore Hayley Bell receives the Outstanding Parent of the Year award Sophomore Hayley Bell was inspired to share her family’s story when she discovered the Outstanding Parent Essay Contest, showcased through the Parent and Family Connections Office. Through the process of writing the essay, she remembered the struggle her parents endured almost 10 years ago that continues to impact her […]

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LOVE sculpture attracts tourists

The sculpture is designed to showcase some of Lynchburg’s outdoor activities, such as hiking and skateboarding Many people do not usually associate art and recreation, but local artist Paul Clements connects the two subjects with a sculpture located at the Percival Island trailhead in downtown Lynchburg. Clements was commissioned by the James River Council for the Arts and Humanities and […]

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