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South Boston Council holds hearing

South Boston Town Council will hold a public hearing Monday at 5:25 p.m. on the proposed conveyance of the Town-owned Tultex building on Mineral Street to the South Boston Industrial Development Authority.

Halifax Council to meet Tuesday

Halifax Town Council will recognize members of the Banister River Garden Club tomorrow evening beginning at 7 p.m. in Town Hall for their donation to the Downtown Landscaping project.

HCHS graduates more than 400

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Graham Bryant was named Valedictorian Friday night during the 2010 commencement at Halifax County High School. The full house in the school's gym watched the more than 420 seniors receive their high school diplomas. (David Conner II photo)

HCHS Top Ten

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The Halifax County High School Top Ten for the Class of 2010 are, from left, first row, Graham K. Bryant, David A. Landrum Jr. Dylan S. Lowery and Julia S. Simon. Second row, Megan T. Owen, Grace R. Gillis-Crouch, Fallon O. Farmer, Krystal D. Childrey, Cianne R. Townsend, Luke V. Ligon

Jobless rate dips in April

There was some good news for Halifax County contained in the latest jobs report issued yesterday by the Virginia Employment Commission.

Boat collision claims life of former resident

A former Halifax County resident died Sunday night, May 30 after being thrown from a pontoon boat on Mayo Lake in Person County, N.C. Tammy Annette Vicks Duke, 39, of Roxboro, was pronounced dead at Person Memorial Hospital, where she was transported after being pulled from the water some ten to fifteen minutes after the 10 p.m. collision.

Boat collision claims life of former resident

A former Halifax County resident died Sunday night, May 30 after being thrown from a pontoon boat on Mayo Lake in Person County, N.C. Tammy Annette Vicks Duke, 39, of Roxboro, was pronounced dead at Person Memorial Hospital, where she was transported after being pulled from the water some ten to fifteen minutes after the 10 p.m. collision.

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