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Mecklenburg supervisors air complaints on school project cost

After bids come in over
budget, board members
 question architects’ work

Burn ban set as drought deepens

Agreement reached on Epps Fork response

Fire officials tweak handing of emergency calls in area

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Lions win district championship


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Clear-cut fields, but not answers for wood pileup

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Top, waste logs pile up on the property of Mills Tree Service in Scottsburg. The company doesn’t have trucking rigs equipped to unload wood chips at the local NOVEC biomass plant.
NOVEC plant consumes massive amount of wood wastes, but small source solutions prove elusive

McDowell named Southeastern Farmer of Year

South Boston News
Michael McDowell, Swisher Sweets/Sunbelt Expo Southeastern Farmer of the Year

South Boston council issues permit for North Main apartments

‘Witches for Paws’ conjures up aid for lost animals

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High school homecoming royalty

South Boston NewsSouth Boston News
Bluestone and Park View celebrated Homecoming on Friday night after a week of festivities, reunions, tailgate parties and other activities at both county high schools. During the football halftimes, the Homecoming queens and kings were crowned at both schools. Top, Bluestone Homecoming Queen Ashlyn Knott is joined by Homecoming King Da’trione Shearin. Above, Antonè Wilkins was named Homecoming Queen at Park View, and Demarcus Lewis was selected as Homecoming King. (Photos by Mike Moseley and Steve Hinzman)

Mecklenburg supervisors air complaints on school project cost

After bids come in over
budget, board members
 question architects’ work

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