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Man drowns on pond

Fishing buddies tossed in water after canoe overturns; only one makes it back to safety on side of bank at Berry Hill

Halifax has much in store for Earth Day

Visitors will have a chance to see demonstrations on everything from composting, creating raised beds in wood pallets, portable raised bed units, and more. Pallets will also be used to…

Arrest is made after meth lab discovered

A Nathalie man, 25 year old Richard Dale Culley, was arrested last week and charged with the manufacture of methamphetamine, grand larceny and vandalism.

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Scouting for food

SoVaNow.com / November 21, 2012
Dear Viewpoint:

On Nov. 3, the Cub Scouts of Chase City participated in “Scouting For Food” to benefit the Chase City Food Pantry. 643 pounds of non-perishable food items were collected. A BIG thank you to all those who helped us.

The Food Pantry’s mission is to assist Chase City residents with food when they have an emergency situation. We operate solely on donations and due to the present economic situation we are experiencing more requests for help. If you were unable to donate and would like to, it is not too late. Donations may be left at First Baptist Church at 206 E. Second Street in Chase City between 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Monday-Friday or call (434) 372-0153 to arrange pickup.

Chase City never lets us down and we truly appreciate everyone’s willingness to help.

Thanks so much,

Sandy Suslick, Chase City Food Pantry

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