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One injured in pickup truck mishap

No let-up in recriminations for Mecklenburg County School Board

Trustees argue over call to oust Bullock, Thornton; lawyer intervenes

Clarksville recognizes volunteer effort

Nunn named recipient of Kathleen Walker Lifetime Achievement Award


Comets easily handle Tunstall 57-39

Face Person Saturday in final tuneup before Classic





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South Hill’s gain is New Jersey’s loss

A manufacturer of vacuum cleaner bags and filters is closing its Clifton, N.J. factory and laying off 115 workers, seven months after receiving $1.3 million in incentives to build a plant in Virginia.

Storm knocks out power, disrupts government offices

A storm that swept through Mecklenburg County May 24 wreaked havoc on trees and power and telephone lines. Electricity went out at Mecklenburg County offices, Bluestone High School, and for more than 1,800 residents of the Boydton area. Customers of both Dominion Power and Mecklenburg Electric were affected.

Nearly 250 turn out for Memorial Day event in Clarksville

South Boston News
Veteran Roland P. Bugg, who was celebrating his 95th birthday, attended the Memorial Day service in Clarksville Monday.
Blue skies greeted a crowd of nearly 250 gathered Monday at the Clarksville Veterans’ Memorial Monument to pay tribute to the soldiers and heroes who gave their lives fighting for America.

Park View sets graduation schedule

Graduation exercises will be held at Park View High School on Saturday, June 11 at 11 a.m.

Electric cooperatives agree to buy power from Suffolk landfill gas operation

Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative has announced that its power supplier, Old Dominion Electric Cooperative (ODEC), has signed a long-term agreement to purchase 12 megawatts of power and renewable energy credits from a landfill-gas-to-electricity generation plant in Suffolk.

Mecklenburg supervisors approve budget

Mecklenburg County Supervisors on Thursday night approved their advertised $76.4 million budget on a 6-3 split vote. Opposing the budget approval were Supervisors Bill Blalock, Orrell Lenhart and Dan Tanner.

Mecklenburg supervisors’ property committee airs concerns

Members of a special committee of the Mecklenburg County Supervisors voiced several concerns about the expense of landscaping plans put forth by Baxter Bailey of Baxter Bailey and Associates, the architectural firm that designed Boydton’s Courthouse renovation, but ended up accepting the plan on a split vote.

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