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CELEBRATION OF SERVICE

Being a veteran described as ‘writing a check for up to one’s life’

KIDS=PLAY OPENS

Mecklenburg YMCA launches $10,000 fund raising drive


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Jobless rate below four percent for first time in a decade

Full employment or not, Mecklenburg County labor scene sees September gains

CELEBRATION OF SERVICE

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Top, Mary Winckler and Charles Gill with VFW Post 7166 in South Hill place a wreath at the town’s veterans memorial park. Above, Bill Thompson receives a quilt of valor from the Glory Quilters in recognition of his service. Thompson was one of a number of veterans honored at Clarksville’s Veterans Day event. (Photos by Susan Kyte and Lisa Clary)
Being a veteran described as ‘writing a check for up to one’s life’

KIDS=PLAY OPENS

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Madilynn Tanner, Nylah Custalow and Olivia Tanner cut the ribbon for the Kids=Play all inclusive playground at South Hill’s Centennial Park on Friday as family members, town officials and other guests joined to celebrate the culmination of the project. Raising more than $100,000, the Park View FBLA students (the Tanners graduated last year) spearheaded the campaign to build the playground, which will provide a place for children with and without disabilities to play together. The Town of South Hill is promoting the Kids=Play playground as a regional attraction for families living throughout Virginia and North Carolina. (Lisa Clary photo)



Mecklenburg YMCA launches $10,000 fund raising drive

Riggleman takes 5th District seat; GOP ticket wins county

Heavy midterm turnout in Mecklenburg, across U.S.

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