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HCHS graduates nearly 400

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Top, Angelica W. Majors received Valedictorian honors during Saturday's Halifax County High School graduation for the Class of 2012. Above, Rebekah E. Marshall was named the Salutatorian. Each received their honors from principal Albert Randolph. (David Conner II photo)
In addition to the graduates, 74 seniors received either their associates of arts, or associates of science degrees through the school's dual enrollment program.

HCMS top students

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Top, Driscoll Taylor was the recipient of Halifax County Middle School's J. Marshall Swanson award. From left, principal Beverly Crowder, his parents Discoll Taylor Sr. and LaTonya Davis, and eighth grade principal John Courtney. Above, HCMS eighth graders earning the top GPA include, Austin Miller, first, Seth Epperson, second, Brian Good, third, Ty'leik Brandon, fourth, Driscoll Taylor, fifth, Coleman Chaffin, sixth, Justin Short and Paige Nichols, seventh, Haniya Thomas, eighth, Jordan Carr, ninth, and Jacob Hodges, tenth.

School honors Elizabeth Conner

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South Boston Elementary School fifth-grader Neal Conner, youngest son of Elizabeth Conner, looks at a plaque that will be affixed to the new podium at South Boston Elementary School, with Assistant Principal Jeanie Hawks. The podium was given by the fifth grade class and dedicated in Memory of Mrs. Conner, the school’s librarian, who passed away in November after a six-year battle with breast cancer.


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In eight of nine fatal crashes across the state over the holiday weekend, the victims were not wearing a seatbelt.


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Representatives of various veterans’ groups placed wreaths at the Halifax War Memorial during the Monday ceremony (above) which was sponsored by the local chapter of the Sons of Confederate Veterans. Among the many posting tributes were Sons of the American Revolution, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Daughters of the Confederacy, veterans on motorcycles and Vietnam veterans. During the Sunday Memorial Day Service in Halifax (below), members of the JROTC unit posted the colors to open the ceremony.

Women come to blows at Meadville school graduation

Two women came to blows and knocked over refreshments at an elementary school graduation on Tuesday.

Man charged with sex offenses

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