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Goals achieved at Microsoft Data Center site

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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.

Clarksville Relay coming up May 6

Clarksville’s Relay for Life; a fund-raising event for the American Cancer Society is coming up!

South Hill’s CMH receives one million dollar gift

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Sylvia and William (Bill) Solari
Sylvia and William (Bill) Solari, of Lake Gaston, have made a gift of $1,000,000 to Community Memorial Healthcenter in South Hill, the largest personal gift in the history of the hospital. The Solari’s gift was announced at a Foundation VIP Donor Reception held at the Colonial Center in South Hill.

Kerr Reservoir Water Symposium agenda set

The agenda has been set for the Second Kerr Reservoir Water Symposium and will include eleven speakers covering a range of topics that should be of interest to local users, economic interests, and public policymakers in the area.

Towns may outscource trash service

Joint effort by Clarksville, South Hill, Chase City could raise recycling and user fees

Too close for comfort

A tornado churned through Southside Virginia on Saturday afternoon, striking especially hard in the Midway, Virgilina and Scottsburg areas — all just west of the Mecklenburg County line.

Bluestone High School invited to join merit pay plan

Mecklenburg County is one of 57 Virginia school divisions invited to participate in a pilot program to evaluate the effectiveness of merit pay for teachers.

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