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South Boston man held on pot charges

Budget work session precedes Halifax County supervisors meeting tonight

Halifax Town Council to convene March 18 for public hearing, retreat


Comet notebook

Larry Epperly and the Comet basketball staff have to be proud of Saturday’s comeback win over a tough R.E. Lee-Springfield outfit. The Comets’ latest opponent was clearly playing its best…





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HCHS open house set

An Open House for Halifax County High School students in grades 9-12 is scheduled for Wednesday, Aug. 17. An upper classman orientation session will begin in the auditorium at 5 p.m. for 10th, 11th and 12th graders and their parents.

Break-in reported

State Police report

Furgurson named new 4-H agent

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Sonya Douthat Furgurson
After a year of the position being vacant, Sonya Douthat Furgurson, a former educator, has been hired as new 4-H agent for Halifax County.

Whole lotta pot

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Top, marijuana stalks are arrayed on a driveway after agents seized the haul from a remote field in the southwest quadrant of Halifax County. Above, the campsite found near the confiscated marijuana plants.
Police chop down 1,454 marijuana plants in the biggest such raid in recent memory; value of as much as $4.3 million, according to DEA guidelines

Lindstrand finalist for economic resilience award

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Top, the Lindstrand team in front of an Aerostat. Above, the largest tethered aerostat in the world at the World Commonwealth Games in Delhi, India.
Lindstrand USA, Inc., manufacturer of the most advanced lighter-than-air vehicles and air inflatables in the world, has been selected as a finalist in a University of Virginia competition that highlights and promotes the most resilient businesses in economically-challenged parts of the Commonwealth.

Four Halifax County schools, division, fail to make AYP

Four of Halifax County’s nine public schools, as well as the overall division, failed to make AYP (Annual Yearly Progress) during the 2010-11 school year.

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