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Wayward bear causes accident

Bob Cage, renowned artist, athlete and tobacconist, dies

Robert F. "Bob" Cage, a Halifax native, was known for his achievements in an array of fields that he pursued with customary passion.

Latest effort to oust Thornton fails

The superintendent lost the support of a longtime backer, board chairman Robert Puryear

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Comets prove cynics wrong

There might have been some cynics wondering about the direction of the Halifax County High School varsity boys’ basketball team before last winter.

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EQIP Participant Hosts Outdoors Workshop

South Boston News
Raymond Cocke, district conservationist in the Halifax Field Office discusses how cost share assistance helped stabilize skid trails and log roads to provide erosion control and improved wildlife cover.
Alan R. “Randy” Irby of the Scottsburg community, a small woodland owner requested assistance from Andrew Brown, Area Forester with the Virginia Department of Forestry (DOF) to help with his timber management.

Ride for Hope nets funds for HCCA

South Boston News
The Southside Virginia Horse Council held their second annual Ride for Hope on April 9. Tommy Wilkins, left, and Jaime Jennings, right, present Halifax County Cancer Association board member Zane Clark with a donation of $4,016 from the proceeds of the event. The Halifax County Cancer Assocaition would like to extend their thanks and appreciation to all who took part in the Ride for Hope and made it such a success. A special thanks to Wilkins and Jennings for coordinating the event and to the Southside Virginia Horse Council for their support. For more information on the HCCA, please call the local office at 572-2714.

Longwood to offer eighth annual Summer Literacy Institute

Longwood University’s eighth annual Summer Literacy Institute will be held July 14-15.

Halifax Farmers Market opens for season

South Boston News
OPEN FOR BUSINESS — The Halifax Farmers Market officially opened Saturday morning with music, pony rides and loads of garden-fresh vegetables. Don Rickman and Emily Davis were among the vendors; tender squash and green beans were fast sellers.

South Boston Farmers Market cuts ribbon

South Boston News
OFFICIAL OPENING OF THE SOUTH BOSTON FARMERS MARKET — South Boston Vice Mayor Ed Owens cut the ribbon, officially opening the newly expanded Farmers Market on Broad Street this past Saturday morning. Joining him were fellow council members Coleman Speece and Morris Bryant, along with several of the market’s vendors and manager.

Murder charge aired

South Boston News
James Lloyd Terry
Preliminary hearing today for man held in Rice death

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Top, the car driven by Kelly Snyder is loaded onto a wrecker after she was extricated from the car. Middle, parts of Jim Witko's bicycle are seen near the site of the collision. Above, Jim Witko, left, and Kelly Snyder.
Car slams into bike during Love Shop accident; Dr. Witko in stable condition, schoolteacher Snyder out of hospital

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