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HCSA says farewell to outgoing directors

VIR wells, broken lines and cow poo dominate agenda

Wilkerson leaving HCMS for job as Bluestone principal

Storm hits hard in southern part of county


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Founders College back in the news

The now-defunct Founders College, which had been situated at Berry Hill Resort, is the subject of a story in the current edition of “The Chronicle of Higher Education.”

Museum holds open house

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SEASONS GREETINGS FROM THE MUSEUM — Ralph Hodnett of Halifax, who designed Christmas decorations — including an entire Christmas room — at the South Boston-Halifax County Museum of Fine Arts and History, stands with museum visitor Nadine Staten of Clover. Hodnett says he did the work with David Baird and Ray Turner. The museum held a festive open house Sunday afternoon.

Long recovery ahead for hunter hit in chest by buckshot

Thirty-six-year-old Bobby Joe Overby of Virgilina is recuperating at Duke University Medical Center, a family member said Sunday, adding it would be “a long recovery.”

Three injured in Centerville mishap

A three-car accident in Centerville on Saturday morning left three people with injuries.

Sunday morning fire strikes 360 Diner

The 360 Diner on James D. Hagood Highway near Scottsburg caught fire Sunday morning.

Santa to visit for Yule parade

South Boston will host its annual Christmas Parade this Saturday, Dec. 4 at 5 p.m. with 15 floats, five high school marching bands, musical groups, fire trucks, antique cars, dogs, equestrian riders and, of course, the Jolly Old Elf himself lining up to parade down Main Street to the delight of both young and old.

Council mulls plea for SVHEC funds

South Boston Town Council will hold committee work sessions this afternoon beginning at 5:45 p.m. in Council Chambers on Yancey Street.

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