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Uranium Opponents Pushing For Public Input

Uranium mining opponents reacted with trepidation — and determination — to the National Academy of Sciences’ agreement to perform a study to determine whether uranium can be mined and milled safely in Virginia.

Uranium Study Gets Green Light

The study to determine whether uranium can be mined and milled safely in Virginia is a go.

Reverend Hammers Out New Book

If you walk with Dr. Russell Lee in southern Virginia these days, you will find words coming out everywhere.

Civil Rights Oral History Project On Display At SVHEC

“When most people think of the Civil Rights Movement they think of Birmingham and Selma, but there was actually a great deal going on locally,” said Sandra Conner, Teaching American History Grant coordinator at the Southern Virginia Higher Education Center (SVHEC).

Eight Couples Renew Wedding Vows At Bethel Baptist Church

Eight couples renewed their wedding vows in a unique renewal of marriage vows ceremony held Sunday, Dec. 6, at 5 p.m. at Bethel Baptist Church.

South Boston Fire, EMS Answered 1,635 Calls In ’09

The South Boston Fire and Emergency Medical Services responded to a total of 1,635 calls in 2009, according to a report furnished by Chief Steve Phillips and Captain Dwight Spangler, who also serves as fire official for the town.

Shooting Case Now Homicide Investigation

The Halifax Police Department and Halifax County Sheriff’s Office are continuing to actively investigate the October shooting of Tony Lorenzo Canada, which now has been classified as a homicide case, according to Halifax Police Chief D. E. Martin.

Second Suspect Charged In Bethel Road Break-In

A second suspect has been charged in a break-in of a Bethel Road home last week, according to Halifax County Sheriff Stanley Noblin.

Burning Before 4 P.M. Illegal

A recent fire in the Virgilina community was the result of a violation of the commonwealth’s 4 p.m. burning law that went into effect Feb. 15, according to Chief Forest Warden Alec Williamson of the Virginia Department of Forestry in Halifax.

Glimmer Of Hope Appears On Horizon For School System

Halifax County school officials are keeping their fingers crossed as the two houses of the Virginia General Assembly fashion and prune their individual versions of the state budget.