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School Board meets tonight with budget matters in mind

Arrests still pending in graduation brawl; police appeal for info

Pride and joy: Graduates complete journey

South Boston NewsSouth Boston News
The top 10 seniors by grade point average at Halifax County High School were recognized during Saturday’s commencement exercies. Shown with Principal Michael Lewis are the top finishers, left to right. Their college choices are indicated in parentheses: (1) Alexandra Rose Spainhour (University of Virginia); (2) Kyra Janique-Marlena Scott (North Carolina A&T University); (3) Shreyans Parshotian Kotadia (Virginia Tech); (4) Kassidy Anne Irby (University of Virginia); (5) Jacob Harrington Wenzel (Virginia Tech); (6) Jessica Noelle Watts (University of Virginia); (7) Joseph Richard Barron (Liberty University); (8) Erin Zoe Glass (Clemson University); (9) Grace Marie Abdi (Radford University); (10) Cori Lynn Neal (Virginia Tech). (David Conner II photos)
Thousands witness ceremony as HCHS seniors move on; ‘Comets set flight and we will’

HCHS Class of 2018 takes stage for graduation Saturday

Graduation for departing seniors at Halifax County High School will be held Saturday at 9 a.m. at the high school gymnasium, with admission by ticket only.

Yancey earns Principal’s Award

South Boston News
Garryin Yancey was the recipient of Halifax County High School's Principal's Award. With him is principal Michael Lewis.

A price for pride

South Boston News
New stadium badly needed, trustees agree, but best way forward remains unsettled

Supportive trustees hear plans for new stadium, ask for more info

South Boston NewsSouth Boston News
An artist's rendering of the new stadium; below, the bleachers at Tuck Dillard Stadium
Halifax County School Board trustees voiced support for building an $8.89 million replacement for outdated Tuck Dillard Stadium, but they split on the best way to move forward with the project at their meeting Monday night in South Boston.

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