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Man drowns on pond

Fishing buddies tossed in water after canoe overturns; only one makes it back to safety on side of bank at Berry Hill

Halifax has much in store for Earth Day

Visitors will have a chance to see demonstrations on everything from composting, creating raised beds in wood pallets, portable raised bed units, and more. Pallets will also be used to…

Arrest is made after meth lab discovered

A Nathalie man, 25 year old Richard Dale Culley, was arrested last week and charged with the manufacture of methamphetamine, grand larceny and vandalism.

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A new path, built the long way

South Boston NewsSouth Boston News
The newly constructed segment of the Tobacco Heritage Trail between Lawrenceville and Brodnax opened Tuesday with a ribbon cutting event at the Evans Creek trailhead park in Brunswick County. More than 100 well-wishers and trail enthusiasts turned out to celebrate the opening of the new segment, which brings the length of unbroken, off-road trail to about 17 miles. The new portion connects with existing trail leading from La Crosse. An additional on-road portion connects the Tobacco Heritage Trail to South Hill. Two little trail users waited for their ride through the Great Outdoors to get underway. (Lisa Clary photos )

Clarksville greets new officer, lends support for Relay

Julie Ames, who is serving as the 2014 co-chair for Clarksville’s Relay for Life, asked Clarksville Town Council to pass a resolution declaring May as National Cancer Research Awareness Month during their April meeting last week.

Baby left overnight in woods; mother held

Infant found safe and sound after woman confesses act to deputies

Man drowns on pond

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Search teams spent the afternoon and evening Saturday and Sunday morning looking for Christopher Tucker, who drowned as he was fishing on a pond at Berry Hill Resort. Tucker and a friend were fishing from a canoe when the craft flipped over and tossed both men into the water. Divers found Tucker’s body Sunday morning.
Fishing buddies tossed in water after canoe overturns; only one makes it back to safety on side of bank at Berry Hill

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