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HCCA Walk of Hope slated Sept. 13

Police arrest three on drinking charges

Straw bale garden produces the goods without the grief

Growing vegetables from straw mound is easy and enjoyable

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Halifax 13s win state title,  head for Dixie World Series

The Halifax Dixie Youth Baseball Junior Boys delivered a state championship on Sunday, defeating Madison Heights, 13-3, to move on to World Series competition in Bossier City, La.

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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

Brown, Crawley named HCHS Homecoming queen, king

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Melyse Brown and Raymond Deon Crawley were named the 2010 Halifax County High School Homecoming king and queen Friday night during halftime of the Comets' varsity football game against Magna Vista. Brown is the daughter of Theresa Coleman and step-father Gordon Coleman. Crawley is the son of Sonya McKenzie and Raymond Crawley. (David Conner II photo

SVHEC hosts regional workforce forum

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Top, Dennis Smith with SVCC facilitates a lunch roundtable discussion with several elected officials. There were 11 tables of Workforce Forum attendees having in-depth discussions about the workforce challenges and opportunities across the region. Above, William E. Coleman, chairman of the SVHEC board of trustees, extends a warm welcome to Forum attendees.

On Sept. 23, the Southern Virginia Higher Education Center hosted its inaugural Workforce Forward 2011 Forum. One hundred and fifteen leaders from across southern Virginia gathered for regional dialogue focused on education, employment, and economic development.

First Presbyterian to hold Angel Food open house Thursday

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Come to the Angel Food Open House at First Presbyterian Church on Thursday, Oct. 7, from 4:30-6:30 p.m., and register to win a box of Angel Food. There will also be free hot dogs, chips and drinks, as well as samples of Angel Food meats grilled onsite. Orders for October delivery will be taken during the Open House. Stewart Nelson loads Angel Food boxes into a customer's vehicle on distribution day.
First Presbyterian Church in South Boston is having an Open House on Thursday, Oct. 7, from 4:30-6:30 p.m. to celebrate their Angel Food Ministry. There will be free hot dogs, chips and drinks for those attending, along with samples of Angel Food meats, such as their gourmet chicken breasts.

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