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South Boston police reports arrests

No injuries in crash

Two dead as plane goes down at Virginia International Raceway; victims identified (UPDATE)

Virginia State Police have confirmed the identities of two persons who died Friday in a plane crash at Virginia International Raceway in Alton. The dead are Jon Couch, 46, the…

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Comet volleyball girls sweep Patrick County

Comet jayvees also defeat PC in three sets

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‘How to Eat Like a Child’ at the Prizery Friday, Saturday

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‘HOW TO EAT LIKE A CHILD’ PLAYS FRIDAY, SATURDAY – Thirty-eight campers ranging in age from 6 to 15, and six "assistant director" teenagers, plus five adults on-site are preparing a musical in a mere five days. From lines to music to scenery, “How To Eat Like A Child and Other Lessons in Not Being a Grown-up" by Delia Ephron, John Forster and Judith Kahan, with music and lyrics by John Forster, plays Friday at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday at 11 a.m. at The Prizery. Tickets are $5 and include a make-your-own ice-cream sundae afterward. Information: 572-8339 or http://www.prizery.com.

Counties mull appeal after losing lawsuit to Shearin

The regional landfill authority that includes Mecklenburg as a member is pondering an appeal after losing in court last week to Shearin Construction — the company that was booted from the landfill building project in 2007.

Hearing in Terry case delayed until July 25

James L. Terry is charged with the murder of Charlotte Osborne Rice.

Southside Regional Public Service Authority responds to Shearin judgement

The judgment awarded in favor of Shearin Construction, Inc. (“Shearin”) against the Southside Regional Public Service Authority (“SRPSA”) on June 9, is a small fraction of the amount that Shearin sought during the project in the form of a change order, and a small fraction of the amount for which Shearin originally sued the SRPSA in 2007.

EQIP Participant Hosts Outdoors Workshop

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Raymond Cocke, district conservationist in the Halifax Field Office discusses how cost share assistance helped stabilize skid trails and log roads to provide erosion control and improved wildlife cover.
Alan R. “Randy” Irby of the Scottsburg community, a small woodland owner requested assistance from Andrew Brown, Area Forester with the Virginia Department of Forestry (DOF) to help with his timber management.

Ride for Hope nets funds for HCCA

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The Southside Virginia Horse Council held their second annual Ride for Hope on April 9. Tommy Wilkins, left, and Jaime Jennings, right, present Halifax County Cancer Association board member Zane Clark with a donation of $4,016 from the proceeds of the event. The Halifax County Cancer Assocaition would like to extend their thanks and appreciation to all who took part in the Ride for Hope and made it such a success. A special thanks to Wilkins and Jennings for coordinating the event and to the Southside Virginia Horse Council for their support. For more information on the HCCA, please call the local office at 572-2714.

Longwood to offer eighth annual Summer Literacy Institute

Longwood University’s eighth annual Summer Literacy Institute will be held July 14-15.

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