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Gordon wins Scottsburg council seat with write-ins

Halifax County supervisors add funding to SVHEC, delay final passage of budget

One school facility for grades 6-12 proposed in Mecklenburg

Looking to minimize tax bite and leave money for operating needs, officials mull one school to replace four


Comets split with Martinsville, Dan River





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Living history, and living for today

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Raymond Shelton was a Buffalo Soldier in World War II. Today, the 97-year-old widower lives alone and plays piano for churches and nursing homes. At right: Raymond Shelton as a young GI in Italy.
WW II Buffalo Soldier Raymond Shelton, 97, is the genuine article

Arrests made in wounding, theft

The South Boston Police Department reports several arrests over the past weekend. On Friday, June 15, Officer T. W. Bush arrested 38 year old Carl A. Venable of South Boston charging him with a felony count of malicious wounding.

Halifax County trustees band together to promote local food drive

Members of the Halifax County School Board are inaugurating a local program for the distribution of free food to needy households. Last week, ED-3 trustee Kim Farson announced the start-up of the Community Feed the Hungry Program, which is being carried out in most areas all across the state.

Women’s self-defense class June 23

Summer is almost here and as more of us take to the outdoors, we need to be cognizant of our surrounding to ensure no one is lurking to do us any harm.

South Boston comes alive for Third Thursdays

The first Third Thursday of the year will be held on Thursday, June 21 in “The Green” next to Carter Bank and Trust and across from BISTRO 1888 in Downtown starting at Admission is free to a family evening of entertainment and fun.

Halifax in line to receive free Wi-Fi as part of pilot program

Halifax residences and businesses are in line to receive free broadband Internet service under a proposal brought to Halifax Town Council last Tuesday night.

Lessons on purple martins Saturday in Louisa

Halifax woman touts cause of fascinating birds

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