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Halifax County confronts $900,000 gap in upcoming budget

HCMS students retell story of the Crossing

Show set at The Prizery tonight

GOP drops ‘loyalty oath’ for primary

Despite party turnabout, local registrars say they are bound to enforce pledge with Mar. 1 vote

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Finding a way

Short on numbers, Comets get past tough Magna Vista

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Children’s Ensemble brings ‘4 Little Girls’ to life

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In “Four Little Girls: Birmingham 1963,” the children’s ensemble create a variety of characters of people who lived during the turbulent times of the 1960’s. They make commentary on the events and the people who were involved in the Civil Rights Movement of the time. Little Theatre’s show opens on Feb. 19 at The Prizery. Clockwise with the boys in the back, are Aaron Hendricks, Mark Betts, Andrew Hansen, Mark Crawford, Syndi Jennings, Hannah Bush, Demetria Owen, Ainsley Gasperini, Ma’Kiya Palmer, Courtland Thackston, Tamya Walker, Amelie Martin, and Jada Carr. Not pictured, Nia Hayes and Kamya Minor.

SVHEC makes pitch for more funding

Making the old new again: Lumsden creates dazzling 
art from discarded jewelry

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Top, Linda Lumsden in her studio, above, one of her jewelry collections.

South Boston meets today with SVHEC budget request on the agenda

Lambert case likely to draw scrutiny by Justice Department

Family of deceased man says an investigation is coming, and town concedes likelihood

MLK celebration

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Taking part Sunday in the annual celebration of the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., sponsored by the Halifax County Business and Professional Council, are, from left, first row, Ke’Aunte Clements, master of ceremonies, Valdivia T. Hall, council vice president, Veronica Coleman, guest speaker and her husband, Calvin Coleman. Second row, Mattie Cowan, council president, Monica P. Edmonds, secretary, Mary and Kenneth Hodges, Derwin and Helen Leigh, treasurer, Linda C. Owen, assistant secretary and Lealand Luck. (Barbara Elliott photo)

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