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Soft but slippery: Snowfall piles up

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A Ford service truck jack-knifed on U.S. 360 East after crossing the median and skidding into the opposite lane of the highway.
Snow accumulations beat early expectations as Southside Virginia hunkered down for Wednesday's arctic blast.

Ramsey to retire from DCC

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Dr. B. Carlyle Ramsey
Danville Community College president Dr. B. Carlyle Ramsey has announced plans to retire from his position next summer. Ramsey, who has served as president for more than two decades, made the announcement recently during the annual joint meeting of the DCC Board and the Educational Foundation Board. Ramsey, who said he would retire effective Aug. 1, leaves the College at an all-time high, as it was also announced that the first major gifts campaign had surpassed its fundraising goal of $7 million.

HRHS to merge with Sentara

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David Bernd, CEO of Sentara Healthcare, speaks at Friday’s announcement of the merger of Halifax Regional Health System with Sentara. With him are Dave White, HRHS board of directors chairman. HRHS CEO Chris Lumsden and Dr. James Priest, HRHS medical association president.
Halifax Regional Health System (HRHS) has chosen Sentara Healthcare, based in Norfolk, as its merger partner in a deal that is expected to close next spring, pending regulatory approval.

HIGH SCHOOL MEMORIES

South Boston News
Lloyd Dixon (Class of 1953) and Shirley Pool (1943) pore over C.H. Friend High School memorabilia at the reunion Saturday night for all high school classes of the red-brick South Boston school, which opened in the spring of 1939. The high school in 1953 merged with eight other all-white schools (in the era before racial integration) to form the new “consolidated” high school.

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