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How to Grow Amazing Tomatoes this Summer

Caleb Ford, Photography Editor

March 12, 2020

Tomatoes are a great option for a first time vegetable grower. While tomatoes are technically a fruit, they are grown in a manner that is similar to true vegetables. They are a high yield crop that do great in the summer...

VA District 6 Chorus Assessment

Dani Snead, Opinion Editor

March 11, 2020

The CHS chorus will perform in the first ever VA District 6 Chorus Assessment on March 19, at Lynchburg College. The VA District 6 Chorus Assessment consists of all the schools from Pittsylvania County, Halifax County, and...

Affordable Clothing Stores for Teens

Katelyn Thompson, Staff Writer

March 11, 2020

Check out these local stores for the best deals and dress stylishly this spring without breaking the bank. Ross - This chain store is a great retail option with name-brand pieces for low prices. They are up-to-date with t...

CHS Art Showcase

Kiana Wright and Caleb Ford

March 9, 2020

The CHS Art program will host their annual showcase in the CHS library on Sat., May 9; all students, family, and friends are invited to attend. Art  teacher Brandy Durham will host the show from 3-6 PM. All six art shows with...

CMM Light in the Dark Walk

Sarah Hailey and Aly Taylor

March 6, 2020

The Cavalier Minds Matter (CMM) group is hosting a walk for suicide prevention Fri., March 6, at 6-8 PM, at the track below the football field. The Light in the Dark Walk is for suicide prevention and awareness.  Anyone is allowed...

CHS Stays Clean

Aly Taylor and Sarah Hailey

March 6, 2020

The coronavirus is a threat, but CHS is trying to stay clean and healthy. The new strand of the coronavirus that is spreading around the world is called the COVID-19. The coronavirus is a strand of respiratory illnesses that...

NSCDA Essay Winners at CHS

Zoie Tahseen and Aly Taylor

March 6, 2020

Two of Mr. Henry Walker's history students were national championship winners in the  National Society of the Colonial Dames of America essay contest. Of the three total winners in Virginia, John Scott and Hatcher Cook, both...

Top 10 Spring and Summer Flowering Bulbs

March 6, 2020

Summer flowering bulbs are a great, low maintenance way to make the garden stand out in the heat of summer. Many bulbs can be planted in late autumn or early spring so that gardeners have gorgeous summer flowers. They range...

All-County Chorus Assessment

Dani Snead, Opinion Editor

March 6, 2020

The Pittsylvania County high school and middle school choruses recently presented a private concert to their parents and other guests. Mrs. Pamela Matherly's chorus class from CHS participated in the event at the All-County...

Fun amusement parks to visit

Katelyn Thompson, Staff Writer

March 6, 2020

This Spring and summer breaks are a perfect time to visit a theme park in Virginia. Busch Gardens- This is one of the biggest theme parks in our state. It has six major roller coasters and is described as one of the most be...

Family Game Night Ideas

Katelyn Thompson, Staff Writer

March 2, 2020

This cold weather has caused people to be stuck inside; why not pass the time with a family game night? Play a board game- There are a variety of board games out there from puzzles  to Monopoly. This is a good thing to if...

Girls Basketball Tournaments

Sarah Hailey and Zoie Tahseen

February 28, 2020

The girls basketball team was dropped from the regional tournament after their last playoff game recently. The girls played Alleghany on Tues., Feb. 25, in the quarter finals. CHS won with a final score of 68-39. Nysheia Miller,...

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