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Mecklenburg trustees reschedule for July 31 to talk contract extension for Thornton

Board chair hails performance, but move draws outside fire

Water authority looks to Banister for backup

In wake of coal ash spill, and with N.C. localities looking to tap the Dan, HCSA eyes alternatives

HIDDEN TREASURE

Geocaching is challenging and fun, and available in Halifax and surrounding area

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Complex hosts tournaments

A total of 17 teams will compete for the Dixie Youth baseball AAA and O-Zone state crowns.

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FRIENDLY SKIES

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Robie Potts, developer of Potts Landing, standing in front of the airpark’s landing strip. The Elmo-area residential community has sprung up at the former site of Wellspring Academy.
Potts Landing, the area’s only gated airpark, touts wonders of flight

Woodview, Seasons recognized

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Top, Halifax Regional Health System’s long term care affiliate The Woodview has been recognized by the Virginia Health Care Association as a recipient of the D.A. “Woody” Brown Community Involvement award. Receiving the award for The Woodview are director of nursing Deloris Suitt, left, and administrator Connie Zamora, right. With them is the Virginia Health Care Association chairman of the board of directors, David Adams. Above, Halifax Regional Health System’s long term care affiliate Seasons at The Woodview has been recognized by the Virginia Health Care Association as a recipient of the D.A. “Woody” Brown Community Involvement Award. David Adams, chairman of the VHCA board of directors presents the award to Ann Rice, RN, manager of Seasons at The Woodview.
Halifax Regional Health System’s long term care affiliates, The Woodview and Seasons at The Woodview have each received 2010 D.A. “Woody” Brown Community Involvement awards.

Trick or treat in Halifax

South Boston News
Bring your little ghosts and goblins to the Town of Halifax Treat Trail for lots of Tricks and Treats on Saturday, October 30 from 6:00-9:00 p.m. Costume/coloring contests for ages 0-12, Trunk-or-Treat at Beth Car Baptist Church, spooky games and enter the Tent of Terror at the Halifax Fire Department. Look for the lighted jack-o-lanterns at local and participating businesses. Standing, back row: Donna Brauda, Rebecca Rodgers, Convergence Art Guild, David Martin, Halifax Chief of Police, Denise Barksdale, Town of Halifax, Stewart Comer, Halifax Police Department, Sam Thompson, Cozy Cottage, Lanier Moore, Garlands Jewelry, Dorothy Davis, K&D Flooring, Carrie Pate, Benchmark Community Bank, Teresa Davis and Marsha Hite, Hite Insurance. Kneeling: Nellie Zamora, Convergence Art Guild, Steven Schopen, Molasses Grill, Betsye Throckmorton, The Packhouse, Tommy Reagan, Halifax Town Council, Bill Granger, Triangle Florist. Not in picture Debbie Thompson, Cozy Cottage.

Tractor Supply coming to South Hill

The new South Hill Tractor Supply Company store will be at 1275 E. Atlantic St., and will employ 12 to 17 full- and part-time team members. The 19,097 square-foot store will include a sales floor and support service space. A fenced exterior space will be built for storage and display of items such as fencing, sprayers and livestock equipment.

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