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Showing 3 articles from October 3, 2014.

OBITUARIES

DEROY MEYER SEIBERT

INVERNESS, FLA. - Funeral services for DeRoy Meyer Seibert, 79, who died Tuesday, Sept. 30, will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 7, at Richardson Funeral Home Chapel in Louisburg with Pastor Milton Abbott officiating.


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PREP FOOTBALL

Pirates End Franklinton's Unbeaten String
Pirates End Franklinton's Unbeaten String

WENDELL -- The toughest test to date for Franklinton's early-season undefeated surge was destined to occur Friday night against the high-powered Corinth Holders Pirates. Corinth Holders scored on its first three possessions and went on to give the Red Rams their first loss by a 38-0 margin in a non-conference football meeting.


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Eagles Erupt Late To Stop Warriors
Eagles Erupt Late To Stop Warriors

LOUISBURG -- Few have been the occasions this season when Louisburg High School's offense has experienced difficulty moving opposing defenses off the ball. But it happened Friday night during the Warriors' non-conference homecoming showdown against backyard rival Warren County.


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