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Making good on a vow he made at the May meeting of the Halifax County Board of Supervisors, David Smith said Monday that he and group of concerned citizens have…
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Sheriff Fred S. Clark formally announced Tuesday he will seek a second term as Halifax County Sheriff in the Nov. 3 general election.
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Halifax County High School will host four Conference 16 games in three sports Friday.
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Pastor Norman Talley had services at Union Christian Church Sunday morning, Mrs. Lottie Nunn was pianist and special music was by Larry Hogan.
Mrs. Mason Pulliam visited Ann Poole Thursday.
Mrs. Kim Murray Miller visited her aunt, Mrs. Mary L. Murray during the week and Gene Murray visited Sunday.
Peggy Smith visited her mother, Mrs. Catherine Smith Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Casey Tuck and Dustin visited Mr. and Mrs. John Fletcher, Mrs. Mason Pulliam and John Pulliam.
Mrs. Lindy Tuck, Jarrad Tuck, Mrs. Michael Conner and Maci and Mrs. Pam Tuck were Sunday dinner guests of Fannie Mae Tuck.
Mrs. Catherine Smith visited Mrs. Bonnie Williamson Sunday.
Mrs. Mason Pulliam visited Mason Pulliam during the week.
Mrs. Fannie Mae Tuck, Mrs. Catherine Smith, Mrs. Dave Jaloway, Mr. Wayne and Billy Wiles visited Hannah Hite.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Glasscock and Mrs. Roger Chandler visited Mr. and Mrs. John Fletcher.
Mrs. Wallace Nunn visited Hannah Hite.
Special prayers for Bonnie Williamson, Coy Holt, Bobby Talley, Willard Bailey, James Loftis, Elaine Morris, Bertha Rice, Fontaine Talley, Heather Griffin, William Rice, Mason Pulliam, Barbara Murray, Edwin Daniel, Violet Geary, Morine Rice, Rebecca Honeycutt, June Young, Owen Murray, Edith Atkins, Louise Rice, Virginia Morris, Julia Rice, Hannah Hite, Mary L. Murray, Phil Hill, Janice Young, Sylvia Morris, Reid Roller, John Fletcher, Hazel Fletcher, Sarah Vaughan, Billy Murphy.
Mrs. Dave Jaloway visited Mrs. Mary L. Murray during the week.
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