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Elsewhere in Southside, five killed by flash floods

Panel to tour early learning center, offer advice to supes

HCPSEF awards more than $23,000 in mini-grants


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Michael delivers stiff blow to area

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Most of the Planters Warehouse in Clarksville was ripped apart by high winds that accompanied the passage of tropical storm Michael through the region. The remnants of the hurricane struck hard throughout North Carolina and Virginia on Thursday, toppling trees, causing flash flooding and knocking out power to thousands. In Clarksville, the old tobacco warehouse – which is in the midst of renovations to turn the front facade building into a mixed-use commercial-residential space — was largely destroyed by the storm. The future of the warehouse re-adaptation, a key part of the town's revitalization plans, is uncertain. In the second photo, mud across U.S. 58 between South Boston and Danville greeted travelers trying to drive the four-lane highway. (Photos by Traci Watson and Ginger New)

THE NO SHOW

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Top, retired HCHS teacher Becky Donner looks out onto the auditorium as it exists now and,above, as it stood when Donner was teaching earlier generations of theater students.
HCHS auditorium: Community fixture, once a source of pride, now an ‘embarrassment’

Officers equipped for opioid overdoses

South Boston Police carry Narcan spray into the field

Halifax County supes ponder next steps on courthouse

Good made better: Heritage Fest organizers field ideas for change

Group toasts sponsors, welcomes suggestions

Lineburg brings school facility issue to South Boston Council

Workforce center is now the Career Works Center

South Boston News
The ribbon cutting for the opening of the new Virginia Career Works Center was held Wednesday morning as partners with the agency participated. (WH photo)

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