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Local hemp growers gain access to crop insurance

USDA-sponsored programs offered with strings attached

Firefighters battle blaze in South Boston; resident dies (UPDATED)

A fire that broke out at 1929 Crawley Avenue in South Boston at 11:41 a.m. Tuesday has claimed the life of the home's occupant, Carolyn Faulkner Edmondson.

It’s complicated: Talks begin on HCHS

With sales tax vote behind them, Halifax County supervisors, trustees turn attention to next challenge: how to spend the money

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Comets downed by buzzer beater

Varsity boys fall in Piedmont District championship tilt; next up, regionals

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Recognition for school principals

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Mecklenburg County School Board Chair Gavin Honeycutt and Vice Chair Dora Garner presented certificates of appreciation to the county’s school principals at the trustees’ regular meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 21, in recognition of Virginia School Principal Appreciation Week. Shown above are Dominque Sturdifen, principal at Park View High School; Amanda Shook, assistant principal at South Hill Elementary School; Candi Adcock, assistant principal at La Crosse Elementary School; Velva Kindley, assistant principal at Bluestone High School; Paige Lacks, principal at Bluestone Middle School; Jonathan Dixon, principal at Park View Middle School; Connie Puckett, principal at La Crosse Elementary School; Michele Icenhour, principal at South Hill Elementary School; Ann Dalton, principal at Clarksville Elementary School; Fred Taylor, principal at Chase City Elementary School; Lauren Thompson, assistant principal at Chase City Elementary School; Lakeisha Horton, assistant principal at Park View Middle School; and Chris Clarke, assistant principal at Bluestone High School. Not shown are the following school-level administrators: Magie Wilkerson, principal at Bluestone High School; Stephanie Neal, assistant principal at Clarksville Elementary School; Melissa Chumney, assistant principal at South Hill Elementary School; Timothy Cochran, assistant principal at Park View High School; and Amy Wright, assistant principal at Park View High School.


SoVaNow.com / January 29, 2020

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