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Water project on hold again in Chase City until part is received

The Town of Chase City continues to await the onset of service by the regional water authority. The hang-up this time: a delay in receiving a final piece of equipment that will control the flow of water to the town.

Masked robber strikes at Hines Grocery Store in South Hill

Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Deputy Paul Cox was dispatched to Community Memorial Healthcenter in South Hill on Sunday to speak with a patient who reported being robbed while closing Hines Grocery Store on Highway One north of South Hill.

‘Country Hoedown’  auction Saturday raises funds for The Complex

South Boston News
Russ Messier, Joe Davidson, president of the MCCSC, Carole Blair, John Blair, and Frankie Talley are surrounded by some of the many donated items for the 6th Annual Auction and Country Hoedown being held at The Complex this Saturday evening, the 17th, at 6:30 p.m.
Sometimes the “same-old” keeps getting better and better. The theme for the Clarksville Enrichment Complex’s 6th Annual Auction is a “Country Hoedown”, same as last year. But the items to be auctioned, the food and drinks to be served, and the fun to be had, is guaranteed to be better than ever! Feel free to come dressed for the occasion — cowboy hat, shirt, boots, scarf, or whatever — or just normal. Either way we’ll all have a great time.

Serious collision avoided in Clarksville

South Boston News
Two workers from MW Clearing & Grading, of Blacksburg, S.C., were shaken but unharmed, after dodging a serious collision when the steering column broke on their truck while driving through downtown Clarksville Monday. The driver was able to avoid colliding with oncoming traffic, and the trash receptacle and light pole at the north side of the road. He said, “I don’t know how I did it, cause the truck just went where it wanted to go.” Clarksville Police quickly arrived, directing traffic away from the site, while a tow truck removed the damaged pickup. MW Clearing & Grading is one of the companies preparing the utility easement for the power lines running to Hewlett Packard (formerly known as EDS) in Clarksville.

Clarksville Ruritans contribute to food bank

South Boston News
The Clarksville chapter of Ruritan National, with cooperation from Dollar General stores in Clarksville, collected over 1,400 pounds of food for the local food bank. Cliff Kratt, left, incoming president of Clarksville Ruritan chapter presents the food to Don Koch, Clarksville area food bank representative. The food drive is an annual activity sponsored by the Clarksville Ruritan and American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) chapters. This year, it was held on Saturday, Sept. 10, as part of the National Day of Service and Remembrance promoted by President Obama. This is the second year AARP and Ruritan joined forces to help stock Virginia’s food banks.

Clarksville fire destroys funeral home

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A three-alarm fire today destroyed C.H. Harris Funeral Home in Clarksville.

CMH eyes $19 million expansion

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Top, an artist’s conception of the planned CMH Surgery Center and Laboratory. Above, the proposed radiology expansion
Community Memorial Healthcenter in South Hill this week unveiled an ambitious $19 million plan to expand its radiology care and build a new surgery center and laboratory.

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