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Authority seek bids for two projects

Johnston brings campaign to Halifax


Barons, Trojans return to the gridiron

Bluestone looks to build upon successful 2016 football season





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SVCC to offer Fuel Smart Fridays to help with transportation costs

The college offers a plan where students can take classes on a fulltime basis and only travel to campus one day a week — Friday.

SVHEC gets $250,000 grant for R&D work

Advanced manufacturing unit explores new uses for Southern Yellow Pine


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From left, Col. Vincent Quarles, incoming commander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Afghanistan District – South, awaits the transfer of the district colors, which will indicate he has assumed command during a ceremony at Kandahar Airfield on July 12. Maj. Gen. Michael Eyre, USACE Transatlantic Division commanding general, stands to Quarles’ left and Air Force Col. Benjamin Wham, outgoing commander stands to Quarles’ right. (USACE photo, Dave Melancon)
A Halifax native, Col. Vincent Quarles, has assumed command of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers District in Afghanistan, with oversight of $800 million in construction projects in the war-torn nation through 2013.

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