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HCHS Homecoming Court presented

Long wait ahead for repairs to U.S. 58

A still-swollen creek that runs under U.S. 58 at the Halifax-Pittsylvania county line has kept VDOT from fully assessing the damage to the highway from Tropical Storm Michael, but repairs…

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With courthouse in flux, supes hear from contractor

Supervisors ponder next step after work suspended on part of building annex

Competition for School Board, not for supes

County voters in election districts one, two, three and six will have no choices to make in the Novmeber General Election since none of the seated County Supervisors has any challenger for his seat. J.T. Davis qualified for election in ED1 after having been appointed to the seat last August following the death of long time supervisor, R. E. “Dickie” Abbott.

Halifax budget approved

Halifax Town Council on Tuesday night approved the Town’s upcoming FY2009-2010 budget which totals $842,435. The approved budget calls for no increases in the 18 cent per $100 value in real estate taxes and no increase in the $1.68 per $100 value of personal property. The Machinery and Tools tax also remains at the current level of 40 cents per $100. Council also approved the appropriation of funds to support the budget which shows a 10.85 percent decrease from the budget of the current fiscal year.

AP returns to high school schedule

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REPRESENTING OVER 1,000 YEARS OF SERVICE TO LOCAL SCHOOLS — Thirty-nine employees of the Halifax County Public Schools were honored on their retirement by members of the School Board on Monday night. Deputy School Superintendent Larry Clark said the group had given over 1,000 years of service to local school students. (SOMcL photo)
High school students will have the opportunity to enroll in Advanced Placement classes for the fall semester after school trustees on Monday night unanimously approved eight Advanced Placement/dual enrollment classes. Three of the classes are in the field of math: pre calculus, calculus and statistics with another three in the field of science: physics, biology and chemistry with other two being English courses: English 11/Composition and English 12/Literature.

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