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Halifax County schools get late funding boost in state budget

Halifax County schools will get an additional $277,000 from the state for the 2013 budget, according to Finance Director Bill Covington. On Tuesday, Covington said he had received updated funding tallies from the state, but noted the boost will do little to lessen the strain on the local division’s tight finances.

Douglass looks to sew up nod to take on Hurt

Democrats prepare for 5th District congressional race

‘Refuse to be a Victim’ seminar slated

Glerin brings on film partner

$3,500 Heritage Festival donation will fund six student scholarships

South Boston News
Bobby Conner, who was joined by several members of the Heritage Festival group, presented a check for $3,500 to Stanley Jeffress, chairman of the Education Foundation’s Scholarship Committee on Tuesday afternoon as several members of the Foundation, including President Coleman Speece, were also present. (SOMcL photo)
Members of the Heritage Festival gathered at the Fairgrounds on Tuesday afternoon to present a $3,500 check to the Halifax County Public Schools Education Foundation.

Virgilina couple makes Ruritan magazine cover

South Boston News
They joke that it’s not quite “Vogue” or “GQ,” but Ami and Brandon Hudson of Virgilina are on the cover of the spring edition of the “Ruritan” magazine. Ami Hudson’s mother, Phyllis Lewter, of Chesapeake, is the new Ruritan National president, and she is pictured with her extended family. Lewter is a retired school administrator. The quarterly magazine has a circulation of about 30,000 in 25 states, its staff says. Brandon Hudson is a lawyer; Ami Hudson is a personal chaplain.

George Allen campaigns here; stresses jobs, holds off on Romney

South Boston News
Former Gov. George Allen, front-runner for the GOP nomination to the U.S. Senate, affixes one of his bumper stickers to the rear of South Boston resident Jack Slagle’s pick-up truck Tuesday afternoon as the two departed a town-hall style meeting convened by Allen. Sheila Bradley's white SUV got similar treatment.
Allen touts “Blueprint” in Southside swing; Jobs, taxes, Obamacare and sending Medicaid to the states

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