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HCHS National Honor Society inducts new members

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The Halifax County High School National Honor Society inducted its new members Wednesday evening at a special program at the school. New members include, Amy Aherron, Lewis Ashworth, Amanda Bailey, Casey Bartee, Ariel Brooks, Melyse Brown, Deandrea Clark, Lesley Cole, Travis Collier, Thomas Conner, Walter Conner, Thomas Daniel, Kimberly Farmer, Zakary Ford, Sandi Francis, Hunter Fulcher, Brandon Garner, Eric Glass, Katelyn Guthrie, Alissa Hailey, Dalyn Hall, Kelly Hudson, Caleigh Hughes, Jordan Keck, Elizabeth Leggett, Nelson Leon, Ian Lott, Emily Marshall, Deion Muse, Siddharth Patel, RaNeka Scott, Tiara Scott, Rebekah Slabach, Alexandra Smithnosky, Nathanael Stanger, Summer Stephens, Stuart Sutphin, Brea Terry, Jillian Trickey,Dionne Tucker, Sarah Wallace, Heather Whitlow and Stormi Woltz. (DavidConner II photo)

Dixie Youth supporters pack Halifax Council

South Boston News
More than 50 supporters of the Halifax Dixie Youth league were on hand Tuesday for the Halifax Council meeting to voice their support of the league remaining at the Halifax Elementary School facility.
More than 50 parents, coaches, supporters and young players packed Halifax Town Hall on Tuesday night, seeking to convince members of Halifax Town Council to relent on their stance that Dixie Youth ball players could not use the ballfield at Halifax Elementary School after the completion of the 2010 Dixie Youth season.

Halifax County Trustees appoint committee to study possible efficiency study

Halifax County School trustees on Monday night voted unanimously to appoint a committee to study the feasibility of conducting an efficiency study of County schools. ED8 Trustee Joe Gasperini first requested that such a study be carried out, a request that was supported by ED6 Trustee Fay Satterfield, who said her constitents and members of the Board of Supervisors had asked her to consider such a move.

Super 8 hit by armed robbers

Early Sunday morning, April 10 at approximately 12:45 a.m., officers from the South Boston Police Department responded to an armed robbery call at the Super 8 Motel located at 1040 Bill Tuck Highway, South Boston.

Sunshine Mills fires maintenance staff

Sunshine Mills, in Halifax, terminated 14 employees on Thursday after the Alabama-based pet food maker made the decision to contract out the work previously performed by its maintenance staff. Affected employees were notified of their terminations during a 7:30 a.m. meeting as the work day began.

Skloot to speak at Prizery

South Boston News
Rebecca Skloot
Rebecca Skloot, author of “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks” will appear at the Prizery, in South Boston, on Sunday, Nov. 7 to discuss her best-selling book, which recounts the life of poor Clover woman whose death laid the foundations for modern medical research.

Council faces light agenda

South Boston Town Council will meet Monday in Council Chambers on Yancey Street at 7 p.m. with a relatively short agenda.

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