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Murder charges against grandmother certified

Murder charges were certified Friday in Halifax County General District Court against Debra Kay Scribner, 57, of Berry Hill Road, South Boston. Scribner, who is a grandmother, Department of Social Services employee and church piano player, wore an orange jail jumpsuit and walked into court shackled and manacled to sit beside her attorney, Elmer Woodard of Danville.

Priest law license suspended for 12 months

The Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board last week suspended James Berkley Priest based on his felony conviction in Halifax County Circuit Court of driving while intoxicated, the third or subsequent offense in five years.

Halifax County Schools cut out 46 more positions

Total jobs lost this year now up to 71

Tornado mission with a twist

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TOO MANY TORNADOES — Dalton Shaffer, top left, is a local tornado victim who went on a mission trip to help tornado victims outside of Atlanta. His farm was hit the same violent night that their town was. Also volunteering from Halifax County, left to right: Michael Good, Faith Community Church Youth Director Kevin Jones and Holt Hogan.
Dalton Shaffer, a Vernon Hill 15-year-old, spent two long months picking up debris from a tornado that smacked his family’s farm. Last week, he was outside Atlanta, picking up tornado debris there on a church mission trip.

Pedestrian struck by vehicle in Halifax

A pedestrian was the victim of a hit and run accident about 9 a.m. Wednesday in the town of Halifax.

Halifax County Trustees dismiss talk of pay raise

It took only six minutes for school trustees on Monday evening to finish their public business for the 2010-11 school year as they approved the payment of bills presented to them by School Finance Director Bill Covington.

Cinderblock thrown through storefront

A business alarm came into the dispatch center at 3:17 a.m. Saturday morning, June 25 from the Apple Market on Huell Matthews Highway in Cluster Springs. When Halifax County Sheriff's Office deputies arrived, they found that someone had thrown a cinderblock through the front door and stolen approximately 30 cartons of cigarettes.

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