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Fourth of July

Communities prepare to celebrate country’s birth

It’s grand opening time again for Halifax Farmers Market

South Boston council meets this afternoon


Clarksville, South Hill Minors start strong




Bluestone mourns loss of ‘Dai Dai’

South Boston News
Erik A. Smith
Cause remains unknown in unexpected death of rising Bluestone senior Erik Smith

Nearly done at Island Creek

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With two weeks to go before the ribbon cutting, Mike Denton and his team with Buggs Island Dock Service are completing the installation of a new boat dock and fishing pier at Island Creek Park near Clarksville. The official ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony for the universal access park will take place Wednesday, July 15 at 11 a.m. To help disabled persons get around, the fishing pier at the end of the dock has a lowered rail across the front to allow fishing from wheelchairs. Two swinging gates at either side of the pier offer easy access for wheelchair occupants who want to move from the pier onto a docked pontoon boat. The Island Creek Veterans Park is a joint project by the VFW Post 8163, American Legion Post 45, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

‘Afterfest’ debuts with Lake Festival weekend

CEDA disbands after ten years of bringing events to the lake

The Clarksville Economic Development Association — the group that organized power boat racing, Paws on Parade, the Lake Country Outdoor Sportsmen’s Show and several other events — has voted to disband after ten years of serving the Clarksville community.

SoBo man convicted in N.C. armed robbery

May be linked to local C-store robberies

Fourth of July

Communities prepare to celebrate country’s birth

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