Stephany LaFluer was the winner of the coloring contest in the adult division. She received a trophy and a WalMart gift card by South Boston Recreation Center Director Matt McCargo.
The Frances J. Mitchell Walk for Hope, formally the Senior Exercise Group Walk for Hope, has been set for Saturday, Aug. 1 at 7 a.m. at the Halifax County High School bus parking lot.
The weather is getting warmer. I love the summer, but things may be a little different this year. Spend time at home a lot — might or might not be good. Buy enjoy what ever you do.
May 14: Carl Hunter Russell III, John Randy Hunt, Porter W. Thrift, Anne Marie Slayton, Dewey Anderson, Steven Keith Good, Rodney Ferguson, Charlotte Marilyn Sibley, Sterling C. Ingram, Charles Ingram
Danville Community College personnel bagged and distributed food from the campus’ food pantry to students via makeshift drive-through service earlier this month.
Clyde D. Morgan graduated from George Mason University on May 1 with a master’s degree in education with a certificate in special education autism spectrum behavior disorder with a 3.8 GPA.
Cheryl D. Blow graduated from George Mason University on May 1 with a master’s degree in education with a certificate in special education autism spectrum behavior disorder with a GPA of 3.9.
In the past month, 24 AmeriCorps members have served hundreds of families, children and seniors across Danville, Pittsylvania County and South Boston during the COVID-19 public health crisis, and they continue to do so. This service-based group has provided a natural conduit for support of e…
The J.T.-Minnie Maude Charitable Trust reminds non-traditional students of the trust’s next deadline date of June 1 the submission of scholarship applications.
The weather is still a little crazy — warm one day and cool the next. I’m hoping it won’t be long before it’ll be warmer. This week I’m going to do some I hope you like.
Danville Community College alumna Whitney Harrell, née Minter, recently earned a doctoral degree, following her graduation from DCC’s first registered nursing class in 2011.
I enjoyed my first time going to church services in a parking lot. They did a great service Sunday morning and the singing was pretty. This week I’m going do one my aunt gave me years ago.
With all the fears and anxiety related to the COVID-19 virus pandemic, the local John M. Jordan Camp, Sons of Confederate Veterans historical honor society, like many local churches and other organizations, have determined to temporarily suspend the camp’s monthly meetings.
The NAACP regular meeting for Tuesday at Banister Hill Baptist Church has been canceled. Also, the NAACP executive board meeting on April 27 at the South Boston Library is canceled.
Well, I don’t know about you but being in my house has about gotten to me, but I guess we better be safe. I have cooked and cleaned, and I found this one. It’s really good.
The Halifax Woman’s Club was fortunate to meet in February and March with no adverse weather or national problems stopping their interesting program offerings.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Martin of Clover announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Emily Anne Martin, of Columbia, South Carolina, to Dr. Garner Paul Cochran of Rome, Georgia. Dr. Cochran is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Cochran of San Antonio, Texas.
Well, the flowers are in bloom so I think spring is on the way. This week I’m going to do one from a lady at church. She has passed on, but this lady sure could cook! I hope you enjoy.