BY JUSTIN MINYARD
As technology improves, so do the methods of scam artists of all stripes.
The massive war being waged daily in the cyber realm is as invariable as a scam artistsâ€™ motivation to pillage civilians. With tools such as sensationalism, faux lotteries, virus-ridden emails and the like, a scammer could lead people to a bear trap time after time.
Residents can expect to see downtown West Point crawling with spooks and specters of all sorts next Thursday, as the annual Boo Parade gets under way. Some 800 children from Head Start, Pre-K and Kindergarten programs from schools around the county will congregate in their finest Halloween wear to march the parade route beginning at 9 a.m. along Commerce, Main and East streets in one of the cityâ€™s most celebrated traditions.
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By Donna Summerall
The ladies of the Cedar Bluff Quilters are sponsoring a quilt show at 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 27 at the Cedar Bluff Community Center. More than 30 of the handmade works of art will be on display.