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Ward Burton gives back to injured service members

This Friday, Ward Burton Wildlife Foundation and Freedom Alliance are set to cohost the American Hero Event in Clover.

Some enchanted evening for Halifax prom

Several hundred people gathered in front of Halifax County High School Saturday night to watch as students arrive and make their entrance into the school’s annual Junior-Senior Prom. The theme of this year’s prom was “Enchanted Evening.” 

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Wall-to-wall art at middle school show

Halifax County Middle School “Spring into Art” show held Thursday had wall-to-wall art for viewers who entered the school’s cafeteria.

Annual Heritage Festival tractor parade gets rollin' Saturday

Organizers of the 9th Annual Halifax County Heritage and Antique Machinery Festival will hold its yearly tractor parade Saturday at 8 a.m. when some of the county’s finest antique tractors will assemble behind Heritage House Furniture, formerly the old Lowes building, across from Halifax County High School.

Library spring book sale kicks off today

The Friends of the Library will hold one of its two annual book sales this week in the library of the former Halifax Elementary School on Mountain Road in Halifax. 

Historic village gets its day in spotlight

The 23rd Annual Historic Noland Village Country Fair Day is just around the corner, and it will be a great time to visit this restored historic village in the Providence community of Halifax County for a fun-filled day for visitors of all ages.  There is always something for everyone to participate in and enjoy. 

Sun shines on Earth Day Celebration

The weather was perfect Saturday for Halifax’s Earth Day Celebration held at the Halifax Farmers Market.

Dan River Baptist Association celebrates 175th anniversary

Thirty-three churches associated with the Dan River Baptist Association are celebrating their 175th Anniversary in 2012.

One component of the observance is a “Celebration and Worship” service to be held on Sunday at 7:30 p.m. at Dan River Baptist Church. 

The public is invited to participate.

The program emphasis will be on music and history. Congregational singing and special music used in past associational meetings will be shared. 

Churches providing special music are Ash Avenue, Childrey, Clover, Hunting Creek and Millstone. 

The earliest recorded song used in the association was “Hail!, Sweetest, Dearest, Tie That Binds” and will be sung by a men’s chorus.

History highlights from 35-year periods will be presented that depict the attitudes and actions taken in past annual meetings. Former and current associational representatives will provide brief highlights interspersed with period music.

The program will begin with a procession of flags made by the 33 churches for the 175th anniversary year. The theme for the year is “175 Years Behind Us, Eternity Before Us, Because He Lives.” 

A goal is to build on the legacy in developing a vision for the future.

The 11 churches forming the association in 1839 at County Line Meeting House included Arbor, Crossroads, Black Walnut, Hyco, Dan River, Muster Fields (Scottsburg), Clover, Hunting Creek, Catawba, Millstone and County Line.

Hee Haw star coming to South Boston prayer event

Gospel singer, Hee Haw star, comedienne and Hall of Famer LuLu Roman will be the featured guest at this year’s local National Day of Prayer celebration.

Womanless wedding? Bells will ring out Saturday at Scottsburg Fire Department

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