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Showing 41 articles from July 6, 2010.

FRONT PAGE

Plea deal reached in Jackson murder case
Plea deal reached in Jackson murder case
A plea deal reached in Franklin County Superior Court on Tuesday got an accused murderer out of jail.
Franklin County sheriff’s deputies arrested Gregory Jackson on Feb. 2, charging him with first-degree murder in the death of Alton Johnson, 24.
On Tuesday, Jackson pled guilty to involuntary manslaughter.

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D&J Automotive ends relationship with GM
D&J Automotive, a Louisburg landmark for nearly five decades, is severing its relationship with General Motors.
In a Tuesday announcement, Phyllis Culbreth, president of D&J, said that “General Motors  included D&J Automotive in the nationwide wind-down of many of its dealers as part of its federal bankruptcy proceedings.

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Patriotic playtime
Fireworks light up the sky and the lake during the Lake Royale Fourth of July Celebration. (Lake Royale photo by John Edwards)
Patriotic playtime
Franklin County residents had a full weekend to celebrate Independence Day, from festivities in Alert to Franklinton.
Lake Royale got things started on Saturday morning with its annual Fourth of July parade.
Raleigh and Lake Royale resident William Bunn was to serve as the grand marshal, but he succumbed to illness earlier in the week. Festivities at the Lake went on in his honor.

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Patriotic display
Patriotic display
A golf cart detailed in patriotic colors takes part in the annual Alert Fourth of July parade.

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Man shoots himself in front of deputies
A Bunn man held investigators at bay before shooting himself in the head.
William Krough, 32, survived his injuries.
According to a report by Dep. Gerrod Gay, deputies responded the evening of July 2 to a call at 39 Lemmie Drive where Krough was threatening suicide.

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Franklin County to hire assistant county manager
Franklin County to hire assistant county manager
Franklin County Manager Angela Harris could be getting an early Christmas present — some help in the office.
The Franklin Board of Commissioners approved a $68.7 million budget in June that includes some new positions, including an assistant county manager post.
That position was eliminated in 2003 — with Harris still in it.

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Lake Royale Parade dedicated to memory of William Bunn
Lake Royale Parade dedicated to memory of William Bunn
LAKE ROYALE — In his lifetime, William Bunn touched a lot lives with his good nature and infectious smile.
On Saturday, Bunn was slated again to be the center of attention; unfortunately, the eight-year-old died of cancer days before he was to be the Lake Royale Independence Day parade grand marshal.

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Castalia fireworks fizzle
Castalia fireworks fizzle
The long-awaited fireworks display in Castalia fizzled due to a scheduling snafu, spoiling a long tradition of dazzling Fourth of July celebrations held in the Nash County town which touts itself as “the place to be on the Fourth of July.”
Town leaders and the Fourth of July committee poured long hours and sweat equity into the community celebration, which was filled with food, fun, and entertainment. But when the time came for the main attraction, it became apparent that there was a problem.

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Court case continued for former college administrator
The case against a former Louisburg College administrator was continued until later this month.
Carl Justin Berg was slated to appear in Wake County District Court last month, but his case was continued until July 26.
Berg, 35, was an assistant dean for judicial affairs at Louisburg College from July 2008 until June 21, when he resigned after being arrested following a gun-related altercation at a Wake Forest restaurant.

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Franklin Face
Franklin Face
Bunn’s Will Darnell, 2 years

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OPINIONS/EDITORIALS

Editorial Cartoon: Knott Going To Happen
Editorial Cartoon: Knott Going To Happen


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Hot, hazy days of summer are here
Ah-h-h, July.
The month that puts the sun in Sunbelt.
Assuming that the weather forecasters are even partially correct  and predicting weather this time of year is pretty simple  you’ll be feeling the full impact of summertime sun over the next several days just as you have for the past several.

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Dog Days of summer bring red bugs,  lottery shortfall brings web comments
Dog Days of summer bring red bugs, lottery shortfall brings web comments
GOOD MORNING: It was with a feeling of relief to get back into the routine here at the Times office Tuesday morning after the long holiday weekend. One more day at home feasting, lawn watering, etc., during which I managed to collect a bumper crop of chiggers, redbugs, or whatever you want to call ‘em, would have likely done me in, for sure.  There were no fireworks, etc. at our annual July 4th Celebration at (daughter) Julie and Rodney White’s in the New Hope Community Sunday afternoon, but there was way more than enough to eat and more Johnsons than you could shake a stick at.

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Opposition to Arizona’s immigration law could give feds time to get it right
Opposition to Arizona’s immigration law could give feds time to get it right
I’m no lawyer.
I don’t even play one on TV.
However, something just tells me that the basis for a federal lawsuit against Arizona’s new immigration law has some holes in it.

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Website Reader Participation Results July 1-6
Last Week’s Poll
What will they do?
With the county’s new budget including funds for a new assistant county manager’s position, what do you expect the commissioners’ to do?

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Tastes great but less filling
RALEIGH – From Brussels and London to Washington and Raleigh, politicians are debating about how governments should respond to persistent economic woes.

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Need witness to 2006 event at Billy’s 401
Dear Editor:
I would like to reach out to anyone who was in Billy’s 401 restaurant in Louisburg one Sunday in 2006.
I, Ronnie Thomas, had gotten two deputies to come to the restaurant in hopes that I could get my truck keys back from a man who had taken them. After being fooled, they left. After he watched them leave he pulled my keys out of his front suit pocket, laughed and shook them in my face.

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OBITUARIES

RANDY G. KIDD
LOUISBURG – Randy Gray Kidd, 57, died Sunday evening, July 4, 2010 at his home. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. today (Wednesday, July 7) at Sandy Creek Baptist Church, with the Rev. Butch Gordon officiating. The family will receive friends immediately following the service and other times at the home.

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ANNE S. INSCOE
YOUNGSVILLE— Anne Stark Inscoe, 80, died Sunday, July 4, 2010 at Rex Hospital in Raleigh. A memorial service celebrating her life will be held Wednesday, July 7, at Wake Forest Baptist Church at 2 p.m. The family will receive friends immediately after the service.

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RICHARD K. HENSON
RALEIGH - Richard K. Henson, 73, died Wednesday, June 30, 2010 at Rex UNC Health Care in Raleigh. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. today (Wednesday, July 7) at Alston-Anderson Funeral Home Chapel, Louisburg. Burial will follow in the Cemetery on the Hill in Louisburg.

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BRUCE A. SILVER
HENDERSON —Funeral services for Deacon Bruce A. Silver, 79, who died Thursday, July 1, 2010, will be held at 1 p.m. today (Wednesday, July 7) at Richardson Funeral Home, with the Rev. Willie Silver officiating. Burial will follow in Pine Chapel Memorial Gardens.

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JOHNNIE C. NARRON
ZEBULON - Johnnie Curtis Narron, 55, died Friday, July 2, 2010. Funeral services will be held at 6 p.m. today (Wednesday, July 7) in the chapel of Parrish Funeral Home in Selma. The family will receive friends immediately following the service.

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H. FRANKLIN EDDINS
ZEBULON - Hubert Franklin Eddins, 70, died Friday, July 2, 2010. Funeral service was held Sunday, July 4, at Wakefield Central Baptist Church. Burial with Masonic Rites followed at Gethsemane Memorial Gardens.

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ABDULLAH HASSAN
LOUISBURG - Abdullah Hassan, 59, died Sunday, June 27, 2010. Hamilton F.C., Wilson.

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SPORTS

Star-Struck Squad
SAFE AT SECOND BASE. Cape Fear’s Jacob Stoy (left) slides into second base ahead of a tag attempt from Youngsville’s Christian DiLorenzo during Sunday afternoon’s action at the Dixie Youth Coach-Pitch State Baseball Tournament.
Star-Struck Squad
LELAND -- In North Carolina’s largest Dixie Youth setting, the Youngsville American All-Stars experienced a bit of stage fright during their opener last Saturday at the D-Y Coach-Pitch State Tournament.
It didn’t help Youngsville’s matters that the stars had a difficult first-round opponent in always-tough Dallas.

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Louisburg Leading The Way
IN THERE. Youngsville’s Clayton Tugwell is safe as he slides into home plate during his team’s contest against Bunn on Monday evening at the Dixie Youth Major League District Baseball Tournament, which is being held at Louisburg High School.
Louisburg Leading The Way
LOUISBURG -- Name an aspect of the game, and the Louisburg All-Stars have been dominant in it through two outings at the Dixie Youth Major League District Baseball tournament.
Because of their success, the All-Stars were just one victory away from advancing to the states going into Tuesday’s championship round.

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LHS picks Wammock for AD job
LHS picks Wammock for AD job
Erica Wammock has done a little bit of everything during the past 15 years at Louisburg High School.
But Wammock will add to her responsibilities this fall as she becomes LHS’ newest Athletic Director.
Wammock, 27, succeeds Chris Davis, who stepped down last week to become the boys basketball coach at the new Corinth-Holders High School in Johnston County.

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Louisburg spikers to open Aug. 20
Louisburg spikers to open Aug. 20
LOUISBURG -- Louisburg High School will begin its 2010 volleyball schedule by participating in the Heritage Tournament on Aug. 20-21.
Heritage High is a first-year school located between Rolesville and Wake Forest in Wake County.
Louisburg, coached by Erica Wammock, will have its first home match Aug. 24 against the Lady Runnin’ Raiders from Southern Vance.

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Vance-Granville inks Bunn High’s Bagby
Vance-Granville inks Bunn High’s Bagby
BUNN -- Avery Wilson didn’t have to travel very far to ink his most recent signee for the Vance-Granville Community College men’s basketball squad.
Wilson, a Franklin County resident, has been doing plenty of traveling recently with the hope of restocking his solid Vanguards’ hoops roster.

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Mudcats fall vs. Chattanooga
Mudcats fall vs. Chattanooga
CHATTANOOGA, TENN. -- Jerry Sands hit his minor league leading 24th home run and drove in five runs to push first-place Chattanooga past Carolina 8-4 in the series opener before a sellout crowd of 6,347 at AT&T Field on Independence Day in a Class AA Southern League diamond matchup.

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GETTING DIRTY
GETTING DIRTY
Youngsville’s Matthew Poole takes to the ground to make this nifty play during his club’s game against Bunn on Monday at the Dixie Youth Major League District Tournament.

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SECOND SACKER
SECOND SACKER
Youngsville’s Clayton Tugwell throws out a Bunn runner from his second base position during Monday’s contest at the annual Dixie Youth Major League District  Baseball Tournament, which is being staged on the campus of Louisburg High School.

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GAME ACTION
GAME ACTION
Youngsville’s Christian DiLorenzo (right) tries to scoop up a throw as Cape Fear’s Gabriel Soles makes his way into second base.

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LIFESTYLES

ENGAGEMENTS
ENGAGEMENTS
Terri Poole of Rolesville and Alton Griffin of Louisburg announce the engagement of their daughter, Meri-Ashlen Griffin of Louisburg, to Tyler Wynne of Henderson. The groom-elect is the son of Ralph and Tricia Wynne of Henderson (Epsom Community). The wedding will take place Saturday, July 24, at 5 p.m. at Liberty United Church of Christ.

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SCHOOLS/EDUCATION

Baker receives degree from UNC-G
Baker receives degree from UNC-G
Sabrina Michelle Baker received a Batchelor of Arts degree in Economics, with a minor in Computer Systems and Operations Management, from UNC at Greensboro on May 14, completing all requirements in just three years.
She is a 2007 graduate of Louisburg High School and is the daughter of Archie and Georgette Baker of Louisburg.

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COMMUNITY NEWS

Nashville man stabbed
A Fourth of July stabbing left a Nashville man in critical condition and another in jail.
According to Lt. Eddie Moore of the Nash County Sheriff’s Office, officers were called to the intersection of Greenfield Lane and West Castalia Road around 1 a.m. on Sunday, July 4 about to a stabbing.

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Alert and Louisburg celebrate Fourth of July
Alert and Louisburg celebrate Fourth of July
TIME TO CELEBRATE. If it’s the Fourth of July, you can almost bet there will be a parade in Alert. This year was certainly no exception!

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Alert and Louisburg celebrate Fourth of July, Pics 2
Alert and Louisburg celebrate Fourth of July, Pics 2
FLAG WAVER. What’s the Fourth in Alert without Uncle Sam?

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Lake Royale and Franklinton celebrate the Fourth of July
Lake Royale and Franklinton celebrate the Fourth of July
BRIGHT SPOT. Tthousands of residents and visitors gathered to see the fireworks display at Franklinton High School’s football field on Sunday.

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Lake Royale and Franklinton celebrate the Fourth of July, Pics 2
Lake Royale and Franklinton celebrate the Fourth of July, Pics 2
BROTHERLY FUN. Brothers Ward Brogden, left, and Roland Brogden express sheer joy as they made it to the bottom of a slide, one of the kid’s activities set up during Stand Up For America’s Independence Day celebration on Sunday in Franklinton.

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Lake Royale and Franklinton celebrate the Fourth of July, Pics 3
Lake Royale and Franklinton celebrate the Fourth of July, Pics 3
LITTLE CART, BIG SMILE. Brianna Elks has the perfect sized golf cart to take part in the Lake Royale Fourth of July parade on Saturday.

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