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Rural health agency celebrates anniversary here

Plugging Away, Going Strong

Age 96 and working from a wheelchair, Mildred Jolly is a money-raising marvel

Microsoft plans free WiFi around Boydton


Comets moving forward towards season opener





Saving the Randolph before Congress acts

South Boston News
The Randolph Inn
With historic tax credits on chopping block, developers step up pace

Cantaloupe Festival Friday

Platinum and Corporate Sponsors, left to right: Wes Bosiger, ABB (Platinum); Nick Long, WHLF 95.3 FM (Platinum); Kathy Farley, Cherokee Tobacco Company (Corporate)

Silver Sponsors are pictured left to right: Corbin Pulliam, Harris, Harvey, Neal & Co.; Mike Dixon, Benton-Thomas Office Products; Bret Jones, Adam’s Construction.
Join us for a fun and festive evening at the 29th Annual Virginia Cantaloupe Festival on Friday, July 24, 4-10 p.m. at the Halifax County Fairgrounds. The $30 all inclusive ticket includes beverages, food and entertainment. In addition to entertainment, other activities have been added to the festival.

Historical Society to publish Barnes’ memoirs

Ruby Barnes was born in 1886 and lived to be over 100 years old. She received the nickname “Booboo” from one of her grandchildren who could not pronounce “Granny Ruby.”

77-year-old Salem man dies in crash

SATURDAY NIGHT FATALITY — Salem resident Clarence Earl Hudgins died when the 2006 Ford F-150 veered off Route 501 South Saturday night. (Danny Lamberth photo)
A 77-year-old Salem man died at the scene of a single vehicle accident on Saturday night on Route 501 South about 393 feet north of its intersection with State Route 925 in the Cluster Springs community.

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