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No let-up in recriminations for Mecklenburg County School Board

Trustees argue over call to oust Bullock, Thornton; lawyer intervenes

Clarksville recognizes volunteer effort

Nunn named recipient of Kathleen Walker Lifetime Achievement Award

Clarksville makes list of Top 10 Virginia destinations for Christmas vibe


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Halifax County budget fix unclear, but needs come into focus

Supervisors review next year’s numbers, withhold discussion of likely options

Red Cross to recognize military

South Boston News
The Halifax-Charlotte County Chapter of the American Red Cross will hold a Luminary Recognition Ceremony for Military Services on Tuesday, Dec. 7 at 5:30 p.m., at the Halifax War Memorial, in Halifax. The public is cordially invited to attend. The Red Cross is waiting to hear from you with that kind of information to inscribe a luminary for this ceremony. Help “light up the night” in remembrance of those dedicated to protect our freedom. Deadline for orders is Monday, Dec. 6 at 5 p.m. Call today: 434-476-5148 or toll free 866-242-8757 or email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). Mailed orders (P.O. Box 1774, Halifax, VA 24558) should specify “In Honor Of or In Memory Of” and Name for Inscription and name, address and telephone number of requester. There is no charge for the Luminary, however, donations will be accepted to further enable the Chapter’s Military Services program which provides national support to ensure that members of the U.S. Armed Forces and their families receive timely and reliable emergency communications, case management services and access to emergency financial assistance through the military aid societies 24 hours a day, worldwide.

LaCrosse ushers in Christmas season

South Boston News
LaCrosse ushered in the Christmas season Monday with the lighting of its Christmas tree. Carolers were on hand to entertain and the LaCrosse Fire Department recognized two of its members. Santa also took time out from his busy schedule to make an appearance. (Lisa Clary photo)

Retailers look for recovery

South Boston News
DURING OPEN HOUSE IN HALIFAX ON SUNDAY — At Garland's Jewelry, Anne Ferguson, left, shows beautiful rings to Martha and Mickey Conner of Virgilina, who were shopping in the Village of Halifax on Sunday. Special hours, discounts and refreshments at the Open House were designed to jump-start the Village's Christmas retail season.
The first big weekend of the holiday shopping season provided retailers with an indication of how Christmas might play out at the cash register, with early returns suggesting that shoppers are opening up their wallets a bit after two years of generally disappointing sales.

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