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Clarksville gets more time for Cove Project

Auctioneer recalls tobacco’s heydey

Back when tobacco, the “golden leaf” of Virginia was a celebrated crop, and tobacco auctions were a festive occasion, no one was more celebrated than the market auctioneer.

Belk announces $3 billion sale to private equity firm

With the merger agreement, Belk says there are currently no plans to close any stores or cut any of the 1,300 jobs with the company’s corporate offices. Belk operates a…

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Comets: Low-key, but ambitious

Coach, team will leave the talking for the field

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Comets: Low-key, but ambitious

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Members of the Halifax County High School varsity football team are, from left, first row, Jarvis Owens, James Smith, Jr., Kelonte Gutrich, Justin Logan, Jaquale Byrd, Andrew Womack, Xavier Aguilar, Dennis Brown, Jacob Garrett, Devonta Marshall and Jamal Brandon. Second row, Marcus Terry, Jamal Chism, Daquan Briggs, Otis Slayton, Kahmal Jones, Jake Hughes, Ramon Coleman., Corey Brandon and Tyrus Pannell. Third row, Raeon Logam, Antwan Ragsdale, Isak Schafer, Tyrell Chandler, Isiah Adams, Dominic Duncan, Shannon Moore, Aaron Miller and Jared McKinney. Fourth row, Garrison Ratliff, Cameron Carden, R.J. Scott, Cameron Blunt, Travis Helton, Alijah Tucker, Deshawn Brown, Chris Carter, Jordan Tucker and Wyatt McAbee. Fifth row, Nick Brooks, Nelson Pringle, Elijah Mitchell, Jahkem Shelby, Thomas Throckmorton, Zavier Johnson, Skylar Ashworth, Rahquan Ross, Jalil McDougald. Sixth row, assistants Thomas Crews, Mike Lloyd, Jay Cole, Fred Palmore, Stanley Brandon, Woody Bane, Garrick Vogt and head coach Kenneth Day. (David Conner II photo)
Coach, team will leave the talking for the field

Bagbey enjoying another strong season for Chowan

Former Comet Justin Bagbey is having another strong season playing baseball at Chowan University.

Girls soccer falls to Martinsville

The HCHS varsity girls’ soccer team fell to Martinsville, 4-0, on Friday night.

Defensive breakdowns lead to boys’ loss

The HCHS varsity boys’ soccer team lost to Martinsville at home Friday, 3-1.

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