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Budget needs spelled out for supervisors

A proposed budget prepared by county staff recommends an increase in the real estate tax rate this year by two cents, to 48 cents per $100 value.

Thornton eyes $3 mil increase in local funds

Superintendent asks supes for 30 percent boost in contribution

Farmer to be sentenced Thursday in U.S. District Court


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Season ending buzzer beater

Comets fall to Freedom on three-pointer with time running out

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Sentencing delayed for Farmer in federal court

For the second time this year, sentencing for John D. “Johnny” Farmer, the Halifax native who founded Farmer’s Foods in Chase City, has been continued. The new date is Tuesday, March 10 in U.S. District Court in Richmond.

Extension reorganization nixed

In response to pushback from the public and the state legislature, Virginia Tech is dropping its plan to re-organize the Virginia Cooperative Extension Service to cut costs.

HRH Hospice gala March 18

South Boston News
Friday, March 18 is the date set for the sixth annual Hospice Gala. “In the Still of the Night,” celebrating the glamour of the 50’s, takes place at the Prizery beginning at 7 p.m. Tickets are available at the Hospice office at Halifax Regional Hospital and online at http://www.hrhs.org. Click on Wellness Events. Organizers are, from left, first row, Millie Lavaway, Bridgett Forlines and David Forlines. Second row, Carol Conner, Scottie Felton, Betty Jones and Rosemary Joyce. Not pictured are: Jeaux Simmons, Brian Simmons, Ellen McCormick, Ryan Franklin, Shawn Archer, Pam Archer, Bill and Jane Carlton Confroy, Linda Conner, Dianne Newberry, Susan Zehner and Mike Lyon. For more information or to become a sponsor of the event, call 434.517.3502.

Lakefest looking for 2011 logo

South Boston News
Sheila Cuykendall, administrative assistant at the Chamber, holds the winning reward—$250—for the 2011 winner of the Lakefest Logo Contest; she is shown with five previous years’ winning designs. Entries may be created in watercolor, oil, acrylic, photography, graphic design, collage—whatever you choose.
Would your like an extra $250 in your wallet? If you are artistically inclined, consider putting your talents to in motion for the 2011 Virginia Lake Festival (Lakefest) and enter the annual Lakefest logo design contest.

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