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Mecklenburg County IDA to proceed on shell building

Authorities investigate tax fraud from on-line identity theft

Lynchburg man arrested after high speed police chase


With win, Baron girls on cusp of state finals

Behind Alexis Walton’s 36 points, Bluestone vanquishes East Rockingham in region action; next up, chance to advance to eastern final, state tourney






Carter retires as Mecklenburg County Registrar

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From left, first row, Bert Carter, Margaret Marcenelle, Jan Follin and Doris Hester, back row, Jason Corwin and Jack Hite.
Tears and laughter marked the last day on the job for Bert Carter and Jan Follin, Mecklenburg County’s Elections Registrar and Deputy Registrar.

Only minor incidents in parks during holiday weekend

Sherry Storm, Senior Ranger with the Army Corps of Engineers, reported a successful weekend for area campgrounds. Despite capacity crowds, Park Rangers reported only minor incidents, including one case of heat exhaustion, several alcohol and noise violations, some illegal camping, and a bicycle injury.

Allen bringing campaign to Clarksville next week

U.S. Senate candidate George Allen will host a meet-and-greet and round table discussion in Clarksville next week that is open to the public. Allen will appear at Best Western on the Lake from 2:30-4 p.m.

Mecklenburg County deputies investigate a rash of burglaries

The Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office was called to a rash of burglaries this week.

Clarksville Players make a play for fine arts center With facility lapsed into state of disrepair,

Since the group’s inception in 1973, the Clarksville Community Players have called the Clarksville Fine Arts Center home, staging semi-annual productions there and conducting a children’s theatre workshop during the summer.

Equal opportunity employer

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At least one Southside Virginia police department is doing its part in hiring the handicapped. (Submitted photo)

Smith named South Hill Rotarian of the Year

South Boston News
South Hill Rotarian Mickey Smith was named Rotarian of the Year during the club's awards dinner Thursday night. Smith's contributions to the club include, cooking for events, serving as co-sergeant at arms for the club, working with the reverse raffle and taking on the chairmanship of the first Wine Festival scheduled for October. Rotary president Randy Cash made the presentation.
South Hill Rotarian Mickey Smith was named Rotarian of the Year Thursday night during the clubs annual awards ceremony.

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