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South Boston council honors Buffalo Soldier on 100th birthday

South Boston Town Council on Monday night paid tribute to 100 year old Raymond Shelton

South Boston Police seek suspect

Prizery readies for fall music headliners


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PLAY HARD, PLAY WELL

The Comets made a change in the program after the Mike Roark-era did not work out. Day, meanwhile, has accomplished his goal of keeping the focus off himself in preseason…

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SOL test scores: Mixed bag

Halifax makes the grade half of the time with passing rates, but dropoffs outnumber gains

CMH tobacco free on Nov. 18

On Nov. 18, Community Memorial Healthcenter (CMH) and all its campuses will become tobacco free. This includes all CMH parking areas and the vehicles parked there. The ban covers all tobacco products, including cigarettes, cigars, pipes, chewing and smokeless tobacco and extends to everyone who uses tobacco products—patients, visitors, employees, physicians, students and vendors. All parking areas and entrances will have signage stating that CMH is a tobacco-free campus.

Wachovia Wells Fargo Foundation give $25,000 to Chase City’s Estes Center

Estes Community Center is nearing its Endowment Fund goal thanks to a $25,000 donation from The Wachovia Wells Fargo Foundation.

To Kill A Mockingbird prepares for opener

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THEY HEAR EVERYTHING - Halifax County Little Theatre's production of the classic story "To Kill a Mockingbird" is in the final preparations for opening night, Nov. 18. The children of Atticus Finch listen and watch everything as the many characters in the play interact and clash over the trial of an innocent man. Walter Cunningham (Andy Rice) and Mrs. Dubose (Karyn Johnson) are two of the Maycomb County folks whose interesting storylines complicate, yet somehow clarify, the children's understanding of what is happening. "I first read the novel twenty-five years ago in high school," Rice said. "I watched the movie a few years later and that reignited my interest in the story. I then re-read the novel and have loved it since. I think it has an important message that all the characters have a part in communicating." The show runs for seven performances, including two Sunday matinees, and tickets can be purchased online at HCLT.org or at The Prizery box office. HCLT season brochures and season tickets are also now available.

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