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HCSA gets earful on sewer leak, fees connection fee

Halifax resident complains of sewage spilling onto property; Cannon denied request for relief with new home connections

Decision on new HCHS principal put off

Trustees will wait until spring to name Randolph successor

Halifax County, towns to hold joint meeting


Dukes extend run of futility for Barons

Early turnovers open door for 26-point outburst by Cumberland in first half





Hitesburg News for Oct. 20, 2014

Community Calendar for Jan. 25, 2010

Master Gardeners study soil, fertilizer

The 2010 Class of the Southside Master Gardener Association recently participated in a soils and fertilizers presentation. Blair Stevens and Denise Hudson perform a texture experiment to determine their soil type by the feel of the soil. If you are interested in Master Gardener programs or would like to become a Master Gardener, contact Bill McCaleb at the Halifax Extension Office or call 434-476-2147.

Middle College Success Story - Rebecca Reagan

Rebecca Reagan and David Hill Jr.
Rebecca Reagan dropped out of high school in eleventh grade because she did not feel she was being challenged enough. She stayed out of school for awhile before being encouraged by her boyfriend, David Hill…

Woodview honors activity professionals

Woodview and Seasons at The Woodview activity department staff from left clockwise: manager Linda Spangler, Sharon Brogden, Staci Spell, Dawn Tuck, Randy Savage and Mildred Hayes.

DAR holds quilt program

Quilts have long been an important folk-art in the United States, and the William Taylor Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution learned more about the history and construction of quilts at its January meeting. Chapter regent Jean Overman, center, an avid quilter, conducted the program and displayed many of her beautiful quilts. With her is Shelia Amos, left, and Nancy Turner. The DAR seeks to promote interest in all items of historical interest. The DAR Museum, located in our nation's capital just two blocks from the White House, contains a collection of over 30,000 decorative and fine arts objects spanning the 18th and 19th centuries, such as furniture, glass, ceramics, silver, and textiles, including quilts. The museum offers free walk-in tours, free exhibitions, and several interesting programs for all ages. Plan to visit the DAR Museum on your next trip to Washington, DC.

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