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Mecklenburg County elementary school upgrades on hold

Supervisors push back at $20 million request for outdated buildings

Former supervisor remembered as ‘true gentleman’

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TAKING THE FIELD FOR A TRIBUTE TO CASEY

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Corbin Pulliam, mother of late Comet student-athlete Casey Nicole Pulliam, is consoled by members of the girls soccer program before a memorial game played last night at Halifax County High School. (David Conner II photos)
Months after fatal crash, friends remember fallen teammate

Standing by Trevant

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Above, left, Trevant Coleman, now undergoing treatment in Richmond for a brain tumor; above and below, schoolmates at South Boston Elementary show their support by wearing t-shirts in his favorite color, lime green.
South Boston Elementary School turns lime green for sick child

TOP TEACHER

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Top, Diana S. Watts, center, was named Division Teacher of the Year on Thursday night. She received her award from School Board Chair Karen Hopkins as Superintendent of Schools Paul Stapleton joined in. Above, Chosen from their respective schools as Teacher of the Year were (seated): Diana M. Baisch of Clays Mill Elementary; Stephanie L. Watts of Cluster Springs Elementary; Sarah K. Reaves of Halifax County High School; Kimberly F. Bosiger of Halifax County Middle School and Laura C. Larkins of Meadville and standing with Superintendent of Schools Paul Stapleton, Kay F. Duffer of Scottsburg Elementary; Cynthia F. Cassada of Sinai Elementary, Virginia B. Aherron of South Boston Elementary; Diana S. Watts of the Early Learning Centers and Sandra M. Cash of Sydnor Jennings Elementary with Board Chair Karen Hopkins. (SOMcL photo)

Capital murder defendant in court on motions

Lawyers bicker over James Lloyd Terry, accused of murdering elderly woman

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