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A true tobacco man

South Boston native Roger Jackson Eggleston, a true tobacco man, was memorialized at the Kenbridge Tobacco Museum this summer following his untimely death on March 17 of this year. He was 55.

‘Presidential Campaign Overload’

“The Old Farmer’s Almanac,” I got my copy of the Southern Edition this week.

Leaving a legacy

Halifax County lost one of its most generous benefactors last Tuesday with the passing of Eva Jean Maddox Harris who died at her home at the age of 71.  

‘Good old days’ relived

Plans are in the works for the “mother of class reunions,” and anyone who ever attended any grade at C. H. Friend High School between 1938 and 1953 is invited to attend -- and that includes a great number of our county residents.

The rest of the story

In recent weeks, much has been written and said about the $33,404 in compensation former School Superintendent Paul Stapleton received when he retired from the school system on June 30 of this year.

Where did the summer go?

After taking last week off and enjoying a relaxing few days of doing nothing but having fun and eating and eating some more, it’s back to work this week.

How knot too right

With summer coming to a close, it’s time for a few days of R&R.

An enemy within

James Holmes, the suspected gunman in the Colorado theatre massacre, headed to court for his first appearance Monday morning as Americans continue to ask why.

Worth the read

The May 2012 edition of GQ features an in-depth and very interesting story entitled “Uncatchable.” It’s about America’s most elusive fugitive, 68-year-old George Wright, who called Halifax County home as a youngster.