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Dig in for a Spray Park

South Boston News
Lifting the ceremonial first shovels of dirt at Occoneechee State Park’s new spray park are Del. Tommy Wright, state Sen. Frank Ruff, Clarksville Mayor Kevin Allgood, Secretary of Natural Resources Molly Ward, First Lady Dorothy McAuliffe, Gov. Terry McAuliffe, DCR Director Clyde Cristman, Tom Smith, Assistant DCR Director, Rochelle Altholz, Deputy Director of Administration and Finance Craig Seaver, Director of State Parks, Occoneechee Park Manager Scott Shanklin and USACE Chief Ranger Sherry Storm.

Savings eyed with building upgrades

Energy consultants: Elementary work will pay off over time

Chamber chief talks with local leaders

South Boston News
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With a new school, it’s time to develop a new vision, Nichols tells trustees

Mecklenburg grand jury issues indictments Monday

Five held by task force in ongoing gang probe continues

Four juveniles and one adult were arrested Thursday as part of a raid in Chase City by the Southside Drug Task Force, with officers conducting an ongoing investigation into suspected gang and drug activity in the area.

Sun Lake Edition captures honor in statewide contest

South Boston News
The Mecklenburg Sun took home two awards in the 2016 Virginia Press Association news and editorial contest, including a third place award for the newspaper’s run of Lake Editions. Commenting on the visuals, one judge said it “makes me want to visit the lake country.” The Sun also took a first place award for headline writing; the newspaper competed in the non-daily category for the largest circulated weeklies in Virginia. Judging in the VPA news and editorial contest was conducted this year by representatives with the New Jersey Press Association. In two weeks — April 26 — The Sun will return with the first of its Lake Editions for 2017. For details on the publication schedule and news and advertising deadlines, contact The Sun at (434) 374-8152, or get in touch with any member of the newspaper. You can email The Sun at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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