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South Boston council moves on funeral home request

Hearing slated to consider zoning change, expansion

Hicks resigns, successor pending

Mecklenburg school board opens nominations for seat

Trustees, public express different priorities for next Mecklenburg County superintendent

Respondents value openness, teamwork

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South Boston American nails down state title

SBA downed Rustburg, 8-3, Wednesday at the Day Complex in South Boston. The SBA all-stars finished O-zone state play with a 5-1 record.

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Clarksville wastewater station relying on generator since storm

Thursday night’s rain and wind downed a tree, knocking out power to homes in the Rosehill area of Clarksville and to the Dan Second Pump Station, which removes wastewater from homes in the vicinity.

Operation Teddy Bear gets under way

Imagine being a young child on Christmas morning who has no gift under the tree to open. There are children in Third World countries who face this predicament every year.

Farms: Not just for tobacco and cows anymore

South Boston News
Agritourism boosts business, lifestyles; ‘Better than Disney’

Conviction handed down in cocaine prosecution

Frederick Townes of Highway 15 in Clarksville was convicted Sept. 16 in Mecklenburg County Circuit Court after pleading guilty to a second offense of possession and distribution of cocaine while in possession of a firearm.

Historian guest speaker at annual Prestwould Picnic on Sunday

Architectural historian Mark Randolph Wenger will be the guest speaker when the Prestwould Foundation holds its Annual Friends of Prestwould Picnic this Sunday at the historic site just outside of Clarksville.

IN A CLASS OF HER OWN

South Boston News
Rachel Johnson, a teacher at La Crosse Elementary School in Mecklenburg County, has been named the Region 8 Teacher of the Year. Johnson, also Mecklenburg County's Teacher of the Year for the 2010-11 school year, is a Title 1 reading and mathematics teacher. She will now compete with the seven other regional finalists for Virginia Teacher of the Year honors.
Rachel Johnson, the Title I reading and math teacher at LaCrosse Elementary School, is one of eight teachers in Virginia, and the first from Mecklenburg County, to be named a Virginia Regional Teacher of the Year. Johnson represents Region 8.

Bluestone Marching Barons

The Bluestone High School Marching Barons performed Friday night during halftime of the varsity football team's game against Tunstall High School.

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