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Oil spill on Dan River cleaned up

A Danville firm, W. L. Construction Company, has been identified as the party responsible for an oil spill on the Dan River that occurred late Monday.

Halifax county trustees mull scope of efficiency study

Halifax County School Board trustees devoted most of their meeting Monday night to the proposed scope and goals of a school efficiency study in a discussion with John Ringer of the Virginia Department of Planning and Budget (DPB), who would oversee the review. Trustees took no action on moving forward with the study, choosing instead to put the matter on the agenda for their upcoming July 12 meeting.

Nathalie home theft investigated

Council enacts 2010-11 budget

South Boston Town Council on Monday afternoon approved a $9,815,903 town budget for the upcoming fiscal year and appropriated funds to support the package. The budget calls for no tax increases and it also includes no salary increases for Town employees.

Town of Halifax sets hours, schedule for Fourth of July

Halifax Town Hall will be closed on Monday, July 5 in observance of Independence Day. Please be aware that the Town of Halifax will be picking up recyclables on Friday, July 9 due to the modified Holiday schedule.

Occoneechee, Staunton River named to Top 100 parks list of

Occoneechee State Park in Clarksville and Staunton River State Park in Scottsburg have been named to ReserveAmerica’s 2010 “Top 100 Family Campgrounds” list.

SAVING HISTORY

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Top, participating in Sunday’s dedication of the Outdoor Crossing of the Dan site are South Boston Town Manager Ted Daniel, Barbara Bass, president of the Halifax County Historical Society, Larry Aaron, author of “The Race to the Dan,” South Boston Mayor Carroll Thackston and guest speaker, Charles Cranfield. Above, heading up Sunday’s rededication of the DAR Wayside Memorial were Millie Casey, Flora Osborne, Betty Willis, Vivian Evans, Jane Willis, Barbara Johnston, Jane Edmunds and Anne Raab. Not pictured, Lottie Sue Nunn, chapter chaplain.
A special twin dedication of historical exhibits was celebrated Sunday in South Boston, augmenting the historic appeal of the region.

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