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Growing vegetables from straw mound is easy and enjoyable
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The Halifax Dixie Youth Baseball Junior Boys delivered a state championship on Sunday, defeating Madison Heights, 13-3, to move on to World Series competition in Bossier City, La.
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South Boston Town Council’s finance committee will meet tonight to begin hammering out a budget for the coming fiscal year.
04/09/11 - 9:58 pm Halifax
First places went to David Conner II for a photo illustration of a baseball pitcher; Tom McLaughlin for column writing; Eva Cassada and Conner for multimedia news reporting on the To Kill a Mockingbird controversy and to McLaughlin for column writing at the News & Record's sister paper, The Mecklenburg Sun, which competes in a different circulation category.
A few items of interest were documented between two schools searches, police report, but this search resulted in no arrests.
04/07/11 - 7:07 am Halifax
The Halifax County Sheriff’s race could be heating up, if packets picked up at the voter registrar’s office are any indication.
The Halifax County will seek to update its eight election districts with a newly-drawn map that alters some existing lines but overall changes very little, officials said this week.
04/07/11 - 7:05 am Halifax
China is a land of 4,000 years of history, 1.3 billion people, 7,000 miles away. And Nancy and Del Pool of South Boston won a trip there when she attended the convention of the American Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives last month; it was a give-away from Citslinc, a company that encourages business travel to China. The Pools chose to visit at a time when folks from the Greenville, N.C. Chamber of Commerce were going.
Halifax County supervisors on Monday night took no action to close a projected $2.5 million budget deficit for the upcoming fiscal year, but the meeting still drew a number of citizens, notably school personnel, who said they were attending to see where the Board planned to make cuts.
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