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READY FOR NATIONAL NIGHT OUT

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MORE PRIZES AT NNO — The Oak Level Volunteer Fire Department also purchased a tricycle to be given away at tomorrow night’s National Night Out event.The event begins at 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 7 with the parade. Shown from left to right are Jeff Grim, Tim Boelte, Teresa Boelte, Pete Ingram, Dean Waltman and Bill Wilkins.

Composting and vermiculture at the Halifax Farmer’s Market

This month’s focus will be composting, a method of using kitchen scraps and yard waste to make a humusy nutrient rich product that your plants will love with the added bonus of improved soil structure. At 9:30 a.m., Pat Coughlin will demonstrate how to make a vermiculture bin

4H rallies for Summer Day Camp

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On Sunday evening July 1, many youth received a sad call from the Halifax County 4-H office. Due to a power outage at the W.E. Skelton4-H Educational Center 4-H junior camp had to be cancelled.

A stake in organic steaks

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Walker Abbott and her father, Bill Abbott, rode partway down a river on a cattle boat transporting livestock to market.
Teen travels to Argentina to study cattle farm

Too many to love

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Kayden Worley’s family is fostering its first dog, a blue tick hound that will go to a rescue group specializing in the breed. Above, Cheryl Watts of Halifax cuddles a trio of kittens in the care of Faye Michaud. Now down to about 13, earlier this year Michaud had 41 cats needing for homes.
Foster homes get cats, dogs ready for adoption

The waggy tails of summer

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Teen spends vacation with veterinarians

REPRIEVE?

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Cotton Mill towers may stay

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