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Lakefest names art/raffle winners

South Boston News
First place and Best-In-Show award for this year's Lakefest in Clarksville went to Teak 22 of Alabama. The exhibit was filled with one-of-a-kind god art made from recycled parts of the teak tree which is grown in Sumatra, Indonesia. Shown are the artists Alan and Sharalee Sherman who create the furniture.

Clarksville to host symposium on Kerr Lake resources

With the help of several state and federal experts in reservoir policy and management, the Clarksville Lake Interests Committee is planning to conduct a public meeting entitled “Symposium on Kerr Water Resources –Now and in the Future” at the Clarksville Community Center on Aug. 19.

Mecklenburg County Flags on sale

South Boston News
Clarksville Town Manager, Melinda Moran, and Stuart Buchanan are displaying the new Mecklenburg County flag. The Town of Clarksville purchased the first flag. The flags are on sale now for $40 each at the Clarksville Enrichment Complex or call 434-374-5252, or 434-372-3466 and are available for all of Mecklenburg County. All proceeds will go to the new Clarksville Enrichment Complex on Noblin Farm road in Clarksville.

Bones were those of young adult male

A preliminary examination of the skeletal remains found last Tuesday, July 20 on the shoreline of Buggs Island Lake has led the state Medical Examiner to classify the bones as those of a young adult male, possibly in his mid 20’s.

CMH helps animals of the Gulf Coast oil spill

South Boston News
CMH employees gather towels to send to the Gulf Coast. From left, Alice Williams, EVS Laundry Tech, Mike Hankins, Director of EVS, Phyllis Taylor, EVS Area Tech, and Tim Bennett, EVS Floor Tech.
The oil spill in the Gulf Coast has been the worst spill in US history and has disrupted many people’s lives in ways we cannot imagine. However, people are not the only ones affected by this disaster. Many animals and organisms have been devastated by the oil as it flows in to the ocean and reaches the coastlines. Mike Hankins, Environmental Services (EVS) Director at Community Memorial Healthcenter (CMH), and some of the EVS staff wanted to help but they were unsure how a few people at a hospital in Southside Virginia could do anything almost a thousand miles away.

Introducing sovanow.com

South Boston News
There’s a new place on the Internet where you can find the latest on what’s happening in Southside Virginia: http://www.sovanow.com

Dailey sentenced on drug distribution charges

Carlos Dailey, a.k.a. “Bone Crusher,” 39, born in South Hill, raised in Washington, D.C. and Maryland, and most recently residing in Boydton, was sentenced Wednesday to 268 months of imprisonment. On March 30, Chief United States District Judge James R. Spencer convicted Dailey of conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute more than 50 grams of crack cocaine from 2005 through March 2009, and one count of distribution of crack cocaine.

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