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HCSO Deputy Quentin Clark dies unexpectedly

A 20-year veteran of the Halifax County Sheriff’s Office passed away unexpectedly early Saturday morning, leaving the department in a state of mourning and shock.

With a friend’s death, a family grows

As she fought a valiant but ultimately unsuccessful battle with cancer, 39-year-old Beth Laitkep was able to rest easy knowing her children were going to be well taken care of…

South Boston man dies in Brunswick County accident

William Scott Adams, 33, of Old Cluster Springs Road was the driver of a 1997 Jeep Cherokee that was traveling eastbound on U.S. 58 when the mishap occurred, at approximately…


Regionals begin for baseball, softball





Paige earns Swanson Award at HCMS; top 10 recognized

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Aaliyah Paige (top) receives the J. Marshall Swanson Award at Halifax County Middle School on Tuesday at the eighth grade graduation. With her are her mother, Bernadette Paige, and principal Faye Bruce. Also honored were the school's Top 10 students by academic rank (bottom photo, from left) Maci Henderson (number 10), Cale Newton (9), Morgan Loftis (8), Ryan Corona (7), Morgan Epperson (6), Shanya Boyd (5), Gracie Berneche (4), Aaliyah Paige (3), Nicholas Holland (2), and Mary McLaughlin (1). The students are flanked by HCMS Principal Faye Bruce (left) and Assistant Principal Magie Wilkerson.

Mecklenburg County website adds features for visitors, residents alike

Mecklenburg County has beefed up its website, at, to better promote local offerings — and to make it easier to deal with local government.

Plans developed to rebuild Randolph- Macon College

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The Randolph Macon Main Building
The Virginia Methodist Historical Society Board came to Boydton to discuss plans to rebuild the original Randolph Macon College Main Building, found near the intersection of Jefferson Streets and Highway 58 in Boydton. Randolph Macon is the oldest continuously existing Methodist College in America, and was located in Boydton from 1832 until 1868.

Clarksville Chamber has new director

Barely two months after becoming executive director of the Clarksville Chamber of Commerce, DeAnn Yager tendered her resignation effective immediately. In her place, the Chamber named Sheila Cuykendall, interim director.

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