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HCHS Homecoming Court presented

Long wait ahead for repairs to U.S. 58

A still-swollen creek that runs under U.S. 58 at the Halifax-Pittsylvania county line has kept VDOT from fully assessing the damage to the highway from Tropical Storm Michael, but repairs…

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Clarksville’s Veterans Enterprise Technology Solutions cuts ribbon

South Boston News
Surrounded by staff and members of the Clarksville-Lake Country Chamber of Commerce, Jim Moody of Veterans Enterprise Technology Solutions, Inc., cuts the ribbon officially opening the company's new location in the Lakeside Commerce Park. VETS this year ranked 218 on Inc. Magazine's list of the 500 fastest growing private companies in the U.S.

Veterans Day in Mecklenburg County

South Boston News
Veterans Day programs were held in Clarksville and South Hill Thursday in honor and memory of local veterans. (Alta LeCompte photo)

CMH tobacco free on Nov. 18

On Nov. 18, Community Memorial Healthcenter (CMH) and all its campuses will become tobacco free. This includes all CMH parking areas and the vehicles parked there. The ban covers all tobacco products, including cigarettes, cigars, pipes, chewing and smokeless tobacco and extends to everyone who uses tobacco products—patients, visitors, employees, physicians, students and vendors. All parking areas and entrances will have signage stating that CMH is a tobacco-free campus.

Wachovia Wells Fargo Foundation give $25,000 to Chase City’s Estes Center

Estes Community Center is nearing its Endowment Fund goal thanks to a $25,000 donation from The Wachovia Wells Fargo Foundation.

FITTING TRIBUTE

South Boston News
Nathan Hightower, who would have turned 21 this November.
Four years after the death of her son in an automobile accident, Marie Hightower continues to find solace in the kindness of others touched by the tragedy.

Ruling leaves mystery hanging

Mecklenburg County trustees want to find out who set in motion a State Police probe that resulted in failed criminal charges

Thornton: School building costs are managable, modest

Dr. James Thornton, Mecklenburg County superintendent of schools, has directed the discussion of possible new school construction to the question on most taxpayers’ mind: “How much would it cost ME?”

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