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South Boston Town Council meets Tuesday

Comet girls, boys advance in region playoffs

Both the HCHS varsity baseball and softball teams prevailed Thursday in Region 5-A north quarterfinals action.

Schools wait and watch as bathroom debate rages

Halifax has not confronted issues of transgender access, but that could change anytime

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Up next for the Comets ... Mountain View

The winner moves on to the Region 5-A north region finals, where both finalists advance to the 5-A state semifinals the following weekend.

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AHEAD TO THE FUTURE

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The Top Ten scholars of Halifax County High School’s Class of 2016, ranked by grade point average are, from left, first row, Brian Grey Good, one, Jonathan Seth Epperson, two, Driscoll Dwayne Taylor Jr., three, Austin James Miller, four, Gabrielle Katherine Nelson, five. Back row: Justin Michael Short, six, Starr Nicole Powell, seven, Jullian Olivia Snead, eight, Paige Marie Nichols, nine, and Jordan Blair Carr, 10.
A new day dawns for nearly 400 graduates of Halifax County High School

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.

HRH adds to financial support for Estes Center

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Halifax Regional Health Systems CEO Chris Lumsden (center) presents a $10,000 donation for the Estes Center to Dr. Earle Moore of Chase City. (Susan Kyte photo)
Chris Lumsden, CEO of Halifax Regional Health Systems, this week presented the second of five $10,000 contributions from the hospital for the Estes Center Endowment Fund. The purpose of the fund is to pay for maintenance and repairs on the downtown Chase City education center and community building.

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