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South Hill veterans benefits office slated to close

Rent cited as site’s downfall


After years of preparation and with help of seven area rescue squads, VCU-CMH completes ‘flawless’ transfer of patients to new facility Saturday

Hospital improves grade on safety evaluation


Comets focus on Xs and Os





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Brown to play at Lynchburg College

South Boston News
COLLEGE BOUND - Nia Brown announced Wednesday she will attend Lynchburg College and play basketball. From left, first row, Theresa Coleman, her mother, Brown, and her younger sister, Mylese. Second row, former Comet head coach Ray Reaves, Comet athletics director Allen Lawter, HCHS basketball assistant Jennifer Rutledge and varsity coach Matt McCargo.
The progression of Comet girls’ basketball players moving on to college continued yesterday. Nia Brown is headed to Lynchburg College.

Comets dedicated

You cannot question the dedication of the HCHS varsity football team.

Comets second in WVD golf

Halifax County’s golf team, a season removed from a Northwest Region tournament appearance, placed second Tuesday in the first of five 2010 Western Valley District regular-season golf matches. The contest was played at the par 71 Blue Hills Golf Club and hosted by William Fleming.

Lion golf has strong start

The Halifax County Middle School golf team is out to a terrific start.

Sports Today for Aug. 19, 2010

Former Comet Jeremy Jeffress has been impressive in a closer’s role for Group AA Huntsville.

Comets a work in progress

The Halifax County High School varsity football has some work to do heading into its second scrimmage Friday.

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.

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