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After attack, student pleads for changes from Mecklenburg County School Board

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Two Halifax County trustees walk out of heated closed-door session

South Boston News
Trustees and staff at Monday’s School Board meeting.
A fractious Halifax County school board apparently got no more amicable Monday night when, during a heated closed-door session following budget talks, two trustees walked out.

Halifax County trustees probe places to chop

South Boston News
Halifax County school trustees faced stark budget choices this week, between saving programs and materials on the one hand and personnel positions on the other.

Sawmill gets new home

South Boston News
Veteran sawmill operators Cecil Jones and Ray Owen making final adjustments. Owen is a retired second generation operator, operating the mill started by his father in 1920 at Cody. Jones worked for Victor Harding for many years.
The old Stonewall, sawmill has a new home in Halifax County. The Frick Model “O” sawmill purchased by the Halifax County Heritage and Antique Machinery Festival Committee.

Halifax County supervisors consider ways to cut the budget

Halifax County Supervisors on Monday heard several department and agency heads explain their budget needs for the upcoming year, while also looking at 20 suggestions on how county funds might be saved.

Healthy Living Expo March 20

South Boston News
The community is invited to participate in Halifax Regional Hospital’s Healthy Living Expo Sunday, March 20, from 1 -3 p.m. at Halifax County High School. The event includes screenings, informational booths, activities for children, drawings and much more. Pictured are members of the Expo 2011 planning team. From left to right, seated: Carol Conner, manager, Halifax Regional Hospice and Olivia Epps, manager marketing and communications. Standing: Kathy Scott, manager, Halifax Regional Home Health; Adam Harrell, emergency management coordinator and safety officer, Wanda Bolton, RN, Family Birthing Center, Judy Fisher, nurse manager, Family Birthing Center; Phoneshia Wells, Woodview health educator and Connie Zamora, administrator of The Woodview and director of long term care services.
How are you doing with those New Year’s resolutions? Have you been exercising more? Have you given up junk food? Have you had a blood test lately?

Perception vs. legality

Unannounced school board lunch debated

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