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Mecklenburg planners come out against Geenex solar permit in Chase City

Request goes to supervisors for final say

Fake $100 bills surface in Chase City, drawing warnings from police

For 40th anniversary, a blowout planned for Lakefest


Comet football staff introduced





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Wojtecki ready to take charge

South Boston News
HCHS Comet head football coach David Wojtecki watches practice Monday. (David Conner II photo)
31-year-old David Wojtecki begins his head football coaching career at Halifax County High School on Aug. 27 against Petersburg, but he has worked for more than a decade for this opportunity.

‘We’re all in it’

South Boston News
We have another slogan for Comet football for the 2010 campaign – We’re All In.

Comet golf opens season

The Halifax County High School golf team had a respectable opener Monday at the Heritage Invitational at London Downs.

Halifax County Recreation youth football signups under way

The Halifax Youth Football Program has opened it’s doors for the 2010 season. The Halifax Youth Football Program is made up of two divisions, the Mites, boys ages six to eight, and the Pee Wees, for boys ages nine, 10 and 11.

Comets starting to look like a football team

It’s starting to get serious for the Halifax County High School football team.

McCargo to play at Salem International

South Boston News
Halifax County High School basketball standout Whitney McCargo will play basketball at Salem International University in Salem, W. Va. From left, first row, Dorothy McCargo, McCargo, her father and head Halifax County High School varsity girls basketball coach Matthew McCargo, and her sister, Leslie McCargo. Second row, Comet assistant basketball coaches Jennifer Rutledge and Billy Lucas, former Comet head varsity girls basketball coach Ray Reaves and Halifax County High School Principal Albert Randolph.
One of the most successful student-athletes in the recent history of the Comet girls’ basketball program is moving on to play at the college level in West Virginia.

HCHS once again in the market for a basketball coach

Halifax County High School principal Albert Randolph confirmed Friday that Ralph Traynham, who had recently been introduced as the new Comet varsity boys basketball coach, has resigned and will not be joining the faculty. Randolph said the school is moving as quickly as possible to find a replacement.

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