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Halifax trustees get early look at 2017 budget

With much uncertain, board ponders needs, areas to cut

‘Project Pea’ grant request shelved for time being

Rescheduled Children’s Parade Sunday in Halifax


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Comets hold on to beat Dan River


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THE PROJECT THAT MADE THE LAKE COUNTRY

America in the 1950s was becoming comfortable with a way of life that would have been unimaginable a few short years earlier as the country struggled to overcome the Depression and the burdens of war. With those hardships left behind, people had time for something new: the pursuit of leisure.

HAPPY 60TH ANNIVERSARY

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60 years ago this October, federal, state and local officials gathered for the dedication of John H. Kerr Dam and Reservoir. To commemorate the occasion, The Sun is publishing a special 10-page edition on the lake’s history. See Section C.

Questions arise with Clarksville’s new town manager

One week after Jeff Parrott was hired as the new town manager for Clarksville, questions have arisen over background information he provided to Town Council during the interview process and thereafter.

CMH awarded $500,000 for center

Child left behind on school field trip

A four-year-old girl was left at Hill Ridge Farms in Youngsville, N.C. last week when a South Hill Elementary pre-K teacher did not follow roll call procedures on the way home from a school field trip.

Chase City hosts Trunk or Treat downtown

The Project That Changed Everything

Fear cast a long shadow over the newspaper front pages and radio broadcasts of August 1940. War was a continent away, but Americans had ample reason to suspect their time was coming. Headlines blared the news of the Battle of Britain, Hitler’s most daring campaign to bring Europe to heel. Those who sought a respite from the grimness of war could turn their sights to the other sensational news of August 1940: the assassination of Communist revolutionary Leon Trotsky on the orders of his old rival, Joseph Stalin.

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