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October 10, 2006.
Officials are offering a reward for information leading to the arrest of suspects who stole valuable information from 16,000 motorists.
School officials were notified Monday night that a funding source would be made available to help restore the Riverside Porch Building.
FESTIVUS FOR THE REST OF US. Pictured left, Angel Cleghorn helps her nephew, Nathan Cleghorn, shoot baskets at the Youngsville Fall Festival inside the Youngsville Armory on Saturday. Outdoor activities were a bit put upon by rain.
The Louisburg College Auditorium is the place to see and hear one of America’s true musical legends.
Franklin County staff expect to contract next week with a company to perform an asbestos inspection on the old Epsom School property.
County staff expects to receive an in-depth water and sewer analysis this month.
The plan is expected to detail water and sewer lines in the ground, their capacities and capabilities for growth.
LOUISBURG - Wiley Lee Davis, 55, died Friday, Sept. 29, 2006. Funeral services were conducted Saturday, Oct. 7, at Haywood Baptist Church, with burial in the church cemetery. Arrangements by Richardson Funeral Home, Louisburg.
LOUISBURG - John P. Stanley, 51, died Saturday, Oct. 7, 2006. Arrangements by Massey Funeral Home, Zebulon.
YOUNGSVILLE - Michael R. Greene, 54, died Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2006. Funeral services will be conducted at 1 p.m. today (Wednesday, Oct. 11) at Union Grove Baptist Church in Youngsville. Burial will follow in the church cemetery.
ZEBULON - Vicki W. Edmondson, 55, died Sunday, Oct. 8, 2006 at her home. Funeral services were conducted Tuesday, Oct. 10, at First Christian Church of Macclesfield, with the Rev. David Cox officiating. Burial followed in Macclesfield Cemetery.
LOUISBURG - Funeral services for Dr. Kay Petty Farkas, 64, of Louisburg, formerly of Decatur County, Tenn., were conducted Sunday, Oct. 6, in the chapel of Oakdale Funeral Home, Decatur County, Tenn. Interment will be at Sardis Cemetery in Sardis, Tenn. She died Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2006 at Franklin Regional Medical Center in Louisburg.
FRANKLINTON - During Monday’s 6-4 home victory over Rosewood, the Louisburg High boys soccer squad tallied almost as many goals as it had during the entire season.
Louisburg, coached by Brent Cardwell, had racked up just seven goals in eight games before entertaining the Eagles for a key Carolina Conference showdown.
LOUISBURG - A veteran Louisburg High School girls tennis team needed to defeat only one opponent to secure the Tar-Roanoke Athletic Conference championship.
Consider it done.
Beautiful, crisp fall days provide the perfect introduction to the fall concert series at the historic Cherry Hill Plantation in Warren County. This year, the series begins with a concert by noted solo pianist Ruskin Cooper who will perform at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 22.
Residents living in and around the Louisburg community can be screened to reduce their risk of having a stroke.
The Franklin County Humane Society will have its annual 5K-9 Road Race — Paws for Life — in Wake Forest Oct. 28.
Brian Daniel Miller of Louisburg has been accepted as a member of National Honor Roll’s Outstanding American Teachers for 2005/2006.
HENDERSON - David Howle had already decided he was going to go for two points and the victory.
But it never came to that.
Instead, Bunn’s dream of an undefeated season capsized when the Wildcats, trailing by seven points, lost the ball on a fumble at the Southern Vance 15-yard line with 1:37 remaining.
LOUISBURG - If this was billed as the showdown for the Tar-Roanoke Athletic Conference crown, the Northampton West Hurricanes could be well on their way to their second consecutive league title.
FRANKLINTON - In a battle of winless teams, Roanoke Rapids ended its skein and spoiled Franklinton’s homecoming celebration in the process.