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Clarksville’s Hydroplane race weekend nixed

Buggs Island Lake is losing its hydroplane racing event, held each year in late September or early October, due to a combination of the poor economy and scheduling conflicts with the boat racing sanctioning body, organizers said this week.

Battered Clarksville Post Office slowed by accident, outages

South Boston News
The car that crashed into the Clarksville Post Office
Access to the Clarksville Post Office continues to be restricted after a car crashed through the building’s front plate window on Thursday.

‘Fast On The Hill’  brings attention to homeless

A2 Café, a new Christian youth center in Bracey, is sponsoring “Fast for the Hill,” a community-wide youth event on Oct. 15-16.

one year old and getting BETTER

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Top, The Complex building in Clarksville on Noblin Farm Road. Above, the LCKids Summer Day Camps were well received, as seen by the enthusiastic response during the week camp on good nutrition.
You know life is good when the days and weeks and months go by much too fast — and you’re having fun. Well, it’s hard to believe that the Clarksville Enrichment Complex celebrated its Grand Opening just a little over a year ago.

Don’t judge a book by its cover

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Dr. Adolph Brown, on sabbatical from Hampton University where he is a tenured professor, speaking to the Mecklenburg County School Convocation. (Susan Kyte photo)
‘Rapper’ at county school convocation is noted motivational educator

Dixie Belles Month proclaimed in South Hill

South Boston News
South Hill Mayor Earl Horne signed a proclamation on Monday declaring September 2011 as South Hill Dixie Belles Month. Horne expressed his congratulations and appreciation to the South Hill girls, winners of the recent Dixie World Series in town, for the way they represented the community. The girls won the Dixie title in competition with 10 other state championship teams from throughout the southern United States. The World Series was a huge boost to the town’s economy and these young ladies played a huge part in being great hosts. (Lisa Clary photo)

Jordan takes over day-to-day operations at South Hill’s Colonial Theatre

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Lisa Jordan
Lisa Jordan has been named the chief operating officer of the Colonial Center theatre in South Hill.

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