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South Boston Council to consider procedure for firing manager

Adult ensemble helps tell story of ‘Four Little Girls’

Little Theatre show harkens back to Birmingham 1963

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South Hill hospital to close OB, psychiatric units

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Ending OB and psychiatric services at Community Memorial Healthcenter will affect about 68 full and part time employees; the cut-off date for ending the programs is March 30.

Man sought in La Crosse shooting

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Quinton Jerald Jones
Quinton Jerald Jones, 24 of Brodnax, is sought in the Thursday shooting in which one person was injured. Jones is described as a black male, with black hair and brown eyes, 24 years old, approximately 6'2" tall, and weighing 250 lbs. Anyone having information should contact Sgt. Christopher Whittemore at the Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s office at 1-888-624-2207 or 434-738-6171. Callers who wish to remain anonymous, can call Mecklenburg County Crime Solvers at 1-877-676-8477. Callers may qualify for a $1000 reward, for information provided. The Mecklenburg Sheriff's Office was assisted in the investigation by the Virginia State Police.

A millionaire in the New Year

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A HAPPY FAMILY — Timothy Bane and wife Sharon, holding three month old Austin, are shown with their four children, Andrew, 7, Matthew 3 and Makayla, 10 after learning of their big $1 million win. (Susan Kyte photo)
Timothy Bane of Nathalie, father of four and manager of the Clarksville Food Lion supermarket, was not a lottery player — at least not until December 19, 2011, when he spent $20 on a Virginia’s New Year’s Millionaire Raffle.

Tiny cabin, big game

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Top, Still under construction by Carl Gard of Skipwith (standing on deck), this woodsy cabin will not only allow a disabled outdoorsman to get back to the woods, it won’t bear the stigma of “handicapped” should the owners ever want to sell it. Above, Pam and Max Crosson of Virginia Beach won’t be kept indoors by Max’s wheelchair, which he’s used since he fell from a tree stand in 2003. The subtle rolling of the Southside landscape is more suited to their liking than the steep slopes of Botetourt County, where Max used to hunt.

It’s hard to know whether this is the story of an outdoorsman who refuses to let a wheelchair and an injury keep him from hunting, or whether this is the story of a Skipwith builder who does clever, useful things with his design and carpentry skills.

Robbery suspect arrested in New York City

A Brunswick County man suspected of robbing two convenience stores and firing on store employees in a pre-Christmas spree was arrested Saturday in New York City.

Tim Bane, of Nathalie, wins $1 million in Virginia Lottery

Bane is married and has four children

Million dollar lottery ticket sold in Clarksville

One of the three $1 million tickets in the Virginia Lottery New Year's Millionaire Raffle was sold at the Food Lion in Clarksville.

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