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ODEC donates $25,000 for YMCA renovations

Halifax County IDA changes meeting date

What’s next for Hupps Mill Plaza?

Hupps Mill Plaza store owners were just as surprised as anyone else to learn that the 173,351 square foot shopping center is headed for the auction block next week.

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Powell becomes PVHS prinicpal, loses interim label

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Michelle Powell
Powell was tapped to serve as PVHS Principal after serving in an interim capacity following the departure of Jeffrey Davis this summer. Before that, she was the assistant principal for four years.

Boydton’s Battle of the BBQ

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Winners of the Big Bad BBQ Battle (Hog Heads on left, BVFD Flames in red shirts with red hats, Smokin Okie Edwards Buggs Island BBQ in Hawaiian shirts, Live Your Dreams, Mark Moore in Gray sweatshirt and apron, and LKG-Q Crew, Shep Moss in Black shirt)
Damp weather did little to deter a big crowd of pork and beef lovers who turned out Saturday at the Big Bad BBQ Battle and Corn Hole Tournament in Boydton, the latest event in the Town’s yearlong celebration of its 200th birthday.

SHIVER ME TIMBERS

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Hijinx on the high seas helped to raise money for the Lake Country SPCA on Saturday as members of the Clarksville Sailing Club participated in the 5th annual Pirates Regatta on Buggs Island Lake. All of the proceeds raised from the race are donated each year to the Lake Country SPCA. Mmarauders fire a spray of water on an unsuspecting vessel. Inset: John and Debbie Blanchard, with their dog, dress specially for the occasion. (Photos by Lee Bladwin)

Mecklenburg trustees pan pay raises for top staff

School Board rejects request to add to administrators’ pay

CMH Board to explore potential affiliation; advisory panel named

In an April statement, Community Memorial Healthcenter (CMH) announced that it had begun an assessment process to assist its Board of Directors and Senior Administration in short and long term strategic planning for the Healthcenter so that it can best meet the community’s health care needs.

Pair evicted from home described by Bracey neighbors as ‘unlivable’

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These are kittens left behind after Grissom and Powell were removed from the house on a charge of trespassing.
Karen Henry Grissom and Amber Rachelle Powell, charged with trespassing, have been evicted from the home in which they lived for the past five years in Tanglewood Shores along with two minor children, nearly 20 dogs and a number of cats.

When Boydton was disaster-ready – under Nixon Administration

A forgotten relic of the 1970s — a national civil defense emergency shelter and field hospital — was discovered in the basement of the old Boydton Elementary School.

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