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Grand jury issues indictments for wounding, other felony offenses

A Mecklenburg County Grand Jury last week indicted Jason Lavar Champion, 32, of Buffalo Junction on charges of attempted malicious wounding.

Mecklenburg County tax bills to have new look

Mecklenburg County tax bills for the second half of 2010 will be arriving soon and they will be different from those mailed in the past.

HCHS, HCMS sweep Eco-Meet

South Boston News
South Boston News
Top, the Halifax County High School ecology team. Above, the team from Halifax County Middle School.
The 21th Annual Ecology Meet was held at the John H. Kerr Reservoir in Boydton, on April 21. The Halifax County Middle School and Halifax County High School teams placed first in the overall competition. Team members studied extensively and met weekly in preparation for the competition. Faculty advisors are Bedford Clements and Cassie Prevett (Halifax County Middle School), Andrea Lord and Ginger New (Halifax County High School).

SCSB will shift local office to Clarksville

The Southside Community Services Board has approved the construction of a new administrative building on a five-acre tract at the Lake Country Business Park in Clarksville, according to Interim Executive Director Sarah Chipps.

Outgoing Longwood president to be commencement speaker

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Dr. Patricia Cormier
Longwood University President Patricia Cormier, who is retiring in June, will be the speaker for the university’s commencement.

Uranium investor has no regrets on Tobacco Commission vote

Virginia Uranium Inc. investor Buddy Mayhew says if he had to do it all over again, he would not recuse himself from the Tobacco Commission committee vote to fund a statewide, socioeconomic study on uranium mining and milling.

Officials ponder strategies

The 50,000-acre stored water supply of Buggs Island (Kerr) Lake is moving to the forefront of a debate over how Virginia and North Carolina should allocate water resources. On Monday evening John Feild, chairman of the Roanoke River Basin Bi-State Commission, alerted Halifax County supervisors and town councils of South Boston and Halifax of ownership issues looming over the water.

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