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12/18/13 - 7:58 am
Garland, Burnett, White and Benchmark Bank bestowed top honors
12/18/13 - 7:52 am
Several programs, students and faculty were recognized at the start of the December meeting
12/16/13 - 8:26 am
Renovations will redo the layout of local government; final costs unknown.
12/18/13 - 7:49 am
Free throws send Lady Barons to victory over JRD powerhouse
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02/28/10 - 11:09 amAlice Jeanne Freeman, an 18-year-old home-schooled soprano from Alton and David Carlton Jones, 16-year-old violinist from George Washington High School, Danville, each took home $300 after winning the South Boston Lions Club’s Annual James Bland Memorial Music Contest Friday night at the Prizery.
02/26/10 - 1:59 pmGov. Bob McDonnell came to Red Oak on Friday to announce that Morgan Lumber Company will invest $4.2 million to expand its operation in Charlotte County. The company plans to install a new dry kiln technology known as the “Continuous Dry Kiln,” which will increase production by 100 percent and will also increase energy efficiency. The project will create 25 new jobs and bolster the Commonwealth’s forest products industry. Virginia successfully competed with North Carolina for the project.
02/26/10 - 9:44 am“When most people think of the Civil Rights Movement they think of Birmingham and Selma, but there was actually a great deal going on locally,” said Sandra Conner, Teaching American History Grant Coordinator at the Southern Virginia Higher Education Center (SVHEC). Danville, Virginia was one locality that was a hotbed of Civil Rights activity, particularly in the summer of 1963, though many students today fail to realize the significance the city played in the national Civil Rights Movement. To help tell the story of the Civil Rights Movement in southern Virginia, Halifax County native Emma Edmunds has undertaken an oral history project, “Mapping Local Knowledge: Danville, VA., 1945-1975.” An exhibit based on Edmunds’ work is currently on display at the SVHEC and may be viewed by the general public through March 13.
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