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Halifax accepts process for taking down Clarkton Bridge

Two arrested in connection with attack at Alford home

North Carolina authorities are reporting the arrests of two men in the Friday home invasion in Littleton, N.C. that left Nancy Alford dead and her husband, Brodnax pastor John Alford,…

Bluestone student fatally shot; juvenile suspect in custody


Tennis hopes to keep winning tradition





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Dragons endure tough loss on road

The Park View High School Dragons suffered a tough loss on the road Friday night as Colonial Heights scored the decisive touchdown with less than five minutes left in the game for a 20-14 victory.

Dragon girls drop district opener to PE

The Park View varsity volleyball team lost its first Southside District outing of the season last week against Prince Edward. The Lady Eagles won 3 of 5 games played, 25-21, 12-25, 25-21, 20-25, 11-15.

Lady Barons swept in three matches this week

The Bluestone Senior High varsity volleyball team had a busy week of traveling this week, playing Randolph-Henry, Halifax and Southhampton. The Baron ladies lost in four games to Randolph Henry on Monday, 25-22, 25-23, 25-15, 25-18.

NRA presents grant to shooting club

The Southside Sportsmen Friends of the NRA hosted a fundraising banquet at the Arrowhead Gun Club on Sept. 11. The banquet was held on behalf of the NRA Foundation, a non-profit entity of the NRA for the purposes of promoting education, training, safety research and development in the shooting sports. One half of the proceeds from every banquet goes to over 170 such programs nationally. The other half of the money comes back to Virginia. This year a check in the amount of $2,510 was presented to the Freeland 4-H Shooting Club.

The pride of South Hill

South Boston News
The South Hill Dixie Ponytails, ages 11-12, were the guests of honor at the monthly meeting of South Hill Town Council on Monday night. Council presented a resolution honoring the Ponytails, who represented South Hll in the Dixie Youth Softball World Series in South Carolina earlier this summer, finishing as runners-up out of a field of 11 teams from across the Southeast. Team members are, from left, first row, Kristin Bradley, Odicci Alexander, Meghann Bugg, Amanda Crutchfield, LeAnn Wilson, Brooke Tanner and Assistant Coach Daryl Clary. Back: Coach Dean Crutchfield, Crystal Bowers, Haley King, Makayla Clary, Taylor Walker, Mackenzie Coley, Brooke Mason and Assistant Coach David Wilson. (Stacey Malone photo)

Barons open with 53-12 setback

South Boston News
READY, AIM, FIRE — Bluestone quarterback L.J. Barnett sets up in the backfield for the pass. (Stacey Malone photo)
Starting a new year with fresh hopes of ending their recent futility on the gridiron, the Bluestone Senior High School Barons showed flashes of progress against the Randolph-Henry Statesmen Friday night.

Lady Barons score split against Central, R-H

South Boston News
The Bluestone High School varsity volleyball team had a 2-2 record after wrapping up the second week of the season with a victory over Central of Lunenburg on Tuesday and a loss to Randolph-Henry on Thursday.

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