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ALWAYS FAITHFUL

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Scot King pedals across the continental United States to call attention to and raise money for combat wounded veterans.
Former Marine Scot King is on a 48-state bicycle trek to raise awareness of and funds for combat-wounded veterans and their families. At each stop along the ride, he is interviewing Purple Heart recipients for his book on their experiences. He will be in Clarksville at the VFW Roanoke River Post 8163, 7488 Highway 15 on Thursday, May 3 at 4 p.m.

Hundley joins PATHS in Boydton

South Boston News
Dr. Susan Hundley
Hundley will continue to see patients at the Community Memorial Healthcenter (CMH) owned Clarksville Primary Care Center through the end of May.

New provider set to replace HealthCare on the Square

Boydton joins PATHS clinics in Danville, Martinsville, Chatham

Spain named new Park View Middle principal

Park View Middle School will have a new principal beginning next school year: Steve Randall Spain Jr. He replaces Faye Bruce.

Woman stabbed, sent to MCV; suspect still at large

South Hill Police have issued an all-points bulletin for a Brunswick County man in connection with a stabbing at the Pinewood Forest Apartments in South Hill on Sunday around 5:30 p.m.

First elementary gymnasium dedicated

South Boston News
Clarksville Elementary School Principal Anne Dalton cuts the ribbon at the school’s new gymnasium with the help of Mecklenburg Schools Superintendent James Thornton, school board members Dale Sturdifen and Dora Garner, Supervisor Andy Hargrove and County Administrator Wayne Carter. This is the first of three new gymnasiums being built at the elementary schools in Mecklenburg County — marking the first time in the history of Clarksville Elementary that the students have been able to take physical education classes indoors.

So Many Stages, So Little Time

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The Grendahl family from left to right, front: Joseph, Claire, and Erik. In the back is Richard. (Susan Kyte photo)
Grendahls on the go

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