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Buffalo Junction 19-year-old gets three years for shooting in town

Lumsden sets retirement at Sentara Halifax Regional

Chris A. Lumsden, president of Sentara Halifax Regional Hospital has announced his intent to retire effective March 31.

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Full accreditation remains elusive goal for majority of Halifax County schools

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Comets bitten by mistakes in loss

Powered by second half rally, Dan River takes 20-19 victory after Halifax blows opportunity for late TD with penalties

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Ramage to help lead basketball operations for Arizona All-Stars

SoVaNow.com / November 20, 2013


Former Halifax County High School basketball coach Lynn Ramage has been named assistant director of basketball operations for the Arizona All-Stars Basketball Academy.

Ramage is entering his 30th year in coaching, including 22 in the collegiate ranks. He has been a head coach at every level in the college game.

Prior to coming to Arizona he was the head coach at Halifax County.

At Millersburg Military Institute in Kentucky, Ramage led their prep program to national recognition while serving in the role as Dean of Students and basketball coach.

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