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South Hill man pleads guilty to 15 counts of child pornography

Flagged water readings in Clarksville no cause for concern, Council told

Eden, N.C. man killed in Monday crash in Halifax County

A 40 year old Eden, N.C. man died at the scene of a single-vehicle crash Monday night in western Halifax County.

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Faith leaders group takes over LaCrosse Commerce Center

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Members of Emmaus Investors (named after the Walk to Emmaus, found in Luke 24: 13-35) are the Rev. Kevin Rosenfeld, pastor of First Baptist Church in South Hill; the Rev. Carl Walker, pastor of Exalted Word Church in South Hill and president of Kingdom Warriors, Inc., a non-denominational Christian ministry; Hab Baker, managing member of Emmaus Investors, and chairman of the Parish Council of Good Shepherd Catholic Church in South Hill; Douglas B. Child Sr., president of Diamond Grove Farm, Inc. in Brunswick County, and member of the Missions Committee of First United Methodist Church in South Hill; Kip Lafoon, principal of Shoop Insurance Agency and former chairman of the Board of Deacons of First Baptist Church in South Hill; and the Rev. Mack Talley, pastor of New Liberty Baptist Church in Clarksville.
Blend of charitable, commercial uses planned

Robinson to keynote annual NAACP King Day banquet Jan. 21

Remembering those we lost this year

As 2012 ends, we can’t help but reminisce about those who have passed on and how the community has been touched by their passion and altruism. This happens every year, of course: time takes its toll on the older generation, leaving it up to younger residents to make their mark.

Mecklenburg County pursues funds for business expansion

$900,000 will help to upgrade water, buy land for ‘Company XYZ’

Clarksville woman rises to Episcopal priesthood

South Boston News
Newly ordained Episcopal Priest Hilary Brandt Camblos chats with her mentor The Rev. Doug Geddes.
A procession of Episcopal priests paced in front of a wisp of a girl dressed in a flowing alb — who, with her youthful looks and small stature, might have been mistaken for an acolyte on any other day.

End of an Era

Once one of Southside Virginia’s largest employers, the Burlington Industries plant in Clarksville is quickly being reduced to rubble — from which, the new owner hopes, a successor company will arise.

Corps cuts dam outflows to cope with drought

Minimal rainfall in recent months, on top of lake levels already fallen three feet below normal for this time of year, has prompted the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers to reduce outflows from Kerr Dam. As of Saturday, Dec. 15, the power plant at Kerr Dam cut the amount of energy it generates from 3000 megawatts per hour to 2040 megawatts per hour.

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