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Poppy Days coming to South Hill

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South Hill Mayor Earl Horne receives the first poppy from American Legion Post 79 Ladies Auxiliary Poppy chairperson Bobbie Brooks recently. The poppies are available Memorial Day weekend May 29 and 30 at locations around South Hill for a small donation. The red paper crepe poppy has been the official Memorial Day Flower of the American Legion and the American Legion Auxiliary for over 80 years. Prior to May 2001, poppies were made by hospitalized and disabled veterans. At present, due to a resolution by The American Legion, all veterans are eligible to make poppies under the supervision or management of the American Legion Auxiliary. Today, members continue to support the poppy program to provide financial assistance and therapeutic rehabilitation to our nation’s veterans and their families. (Lisa Clary photo)

Relay for Life weekend in Mecklenburg

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American Cancer Society chapters held Relay For Life walks in Clarksville and South Hill over the weekend to raise money for research into the disease. The 2010 honorary chairperson for Relay for Life in South Hill, Chalon Carter, speaks to survivors. She is a 16 year cancer survivor and was happy to share her experiences with those battling the disease.

Good vibes at Jazz By The Lake

South Boston News
Occoneechee State Park got in the swing of things this weekend with the return of the annual Jazz By The Lake festival. At top, Camille Rabon, Appomattox High School band director, directs as the Jazz By The Lake high school festival band backs up featured performer, Peggy Alee.The festival spanned two days on Saturday and Sunday. (Alta LeCompte photo)

Boyd to keep GM South Hill franchise

Boyd Chevrolet of South Hill received official word Friday that General Motors has reversed its spring 2009 decision to withdraw from the South Hill market.

Contenders jockey for position with June 8 primary coming up

South Boston News
TAKING CENTER STAGE — The seven hopefuls for the Republican nomination to face Fifth District Congressman Tom Perriello in the fall gathered for a candidates forum Saturday in Chase City. At left, forum moderator Joe Thomas of WCHV radio in Charlottesville speaks to the audience at the Robert E. Lee Center. The GOP primary will be held June 8. (Alta LeCompte photo)
Addressing questions at a candidates forum Saturday in Chase City, seven hopefuls for the Fifth District Republican congressional nomination rolled out a series of answers that illustrated how they would apply conservative principles if elected to the seat held by Democratic incumbent Tom Perriello.

Town keeps water plans

Conversion from municipal wells to a surface water system is a “done deal,” Chase City Mayor Eddie Bratton told an overflow crowd at a special called meeting Monday at Town Hall.

15-year-old foster child drowns on Poplar Creek

A 15-year-old boy drowned on Poplar Creek Sunday afternoon while attempting to swim from one dock to another, about 100 feet away from the Lake Gaston shoreline.

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