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SVHEC bring home honors from IWF

Continuing a trend that began in 2008, students in the Product/Industrial Design & Development programs at the Southern Virginia Higher Education Center earned honors in a national woodworking competition.

Veterans Day Parade Nov. 8

A season of transformation


Patrick County spoils Senior Night

Patrick County spoiled the Senior Night celebration for Comet volleyball, downing Halifax County High School three sets to two.





Mecklenburg > Mecklenburg Education

South Hill Relay for Life donations approach $50,000

South Boston News
The Survivor lap for the South Hill Relay for Life kicked off with honorary chairperson Rose Lewis (center) leading the way around the track Saturday at South hill Elementary. The total raised so far from Saturday's Relay is $47,667.60

Judge orders State Police to turn over documents

A Richmond Circuit Court judge has ordered Virginia State Police to turn over documents that could shed light on a failed investigation of past and present members of the Mecklenburg County School Board for alleged procurement law violations, all later dismissed.

Round-the-world flight for a cure begins in Clarksville

South Boston News
CarolAnn Garratt checks her single-engine craft prior to take-off at the Lake Country Regional Airport. Moments later she was aloft, beginning her third round-the-world flight. (Alta LeCompte photos)
Intrepid pilot CarolAnn Garratt raises money for ALS research

Boydton Ruritans seek money for new site to build equestrian center

The Boydton Ruritans have selected a 100-plus acre site east of town where they plan to build an equestrian event center.

Clarksville Council hears water update

Engineers from Wiley/ Wilson last week reported to Clarksville Town Council that a collection of 10 projects to update the water system is poised to move into the design phase.

Clock is ticking for farm disaster filings

Goals achieved at Microsoft Data Center site

South Boston NewsSouth Boston News
Top, Joe Davidson (left), Bill Baker (2nd from left), and the rest of the 20 person cooking team and volunteers are ready to serve the barbecue lunch to the workers celebrating 100,000 man-hours without a reportable accident. Above, Bill Baker, along with several members of his cooking crew, is presenting a check to Joe Davidson and Russ Messier, of the MCCSC, in support of their Lake Country Kids Before & Afternoon Program. From left,Fred Gaston, Gail Burton, Messier, Davidson, Baker, Melba Baker, and chief cook, Frank Dover.
First, Microsoft and its construction team gave hooded sweatshirts and a homemade barbeque lunch to the 240 workers in celebration of their completion of 100,000 man-hours logged at the site without a recordable injury.

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