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Showing 6 articles from August 21, 2015.

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Breaking News: Air quality being checked at two county departments

LOUISBURG -- Contractors were performing air quality tests at the county health and human services building Friday as a precaution, county staff said.
In late July, an employee working over a weekend noticed standing and maintenance staff realized a water heater malfunctioned, causing the leak.
Only an isolated area within the health department was impacted, county staff said, and the water heater was removed.
A crew from Builder Services, the same contractor that remediated mold issues at the county's tax/planning office building, was brought in to clean and restore the affected area.


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OBITUARIES

CHARLES HUBERT SAUNDERS

ZEBULON - .Charles H. Saunders, 76, passed away Thursday, August 20, 2015.


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FREDDIE L. JONES

NASHVILLE - Funeral services for Freddie L. Jones, 62, who died Sunday, Aug. 16, 2015, will be held Saturday, Aug. 22, at 1 p.m. at St. John Baptist Church in Red Oak, with the Rev. Herbert Scott officiating. Burial will follow in Maryland National Cemetery in Laurel, Md.


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PREP FOOTBALL

Fike Stops BHS' 2-Pointer to Hang On, 43-42
Fike Stops BHS' 2-Pointer to Hang On, 43-42

BUNN -- After combining for 809 total yards of offense, it was almost symbolic that the outcome of Friday's regular season football opener between Wilson Fike and homestanding Bunn would come down to a single yard.
That yard was one the Wildcats couldn't obtain on a 2-point conversion that came up just short of the end zone with 50 seconds remaining in the contest.
Bunn's rushing attempt on the play wasn't successful, and the Demons escaped Franklin County with a 43-42 triumph in a showdown between two high-octane offenses.


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Panthers Paste Louisburg In Opener
Panthers Paste Louisburg In Opener

LOUISBURG -- The young Louisburg Warriors fell behind early and couldn't recover during a 63-20 home loss Friday to North Johnston in the regular season prep football opener for both clubs.
The contest also served as the coaching debut for new LHS skipper Dontae Lassiter, who inherited a squad that had graduated its entire offensive front from 2014.
Louisburg's linemen experienced a learning curve against a veteran North Johnston group, and LHS' turnover issues didn't help the cause, either.


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South Johnston Spoils Rams' Debut

FRANKLINTON -- Turnovers and missed opportunities hampered the Franklinton Red Rams during their regular season football opener Friday at home against a solid South Johnston opponent.
Franklinton, a team loaded with sophomore starters, got into the red zone four times without scoring.
The Red Rams mustered only a fourth-quarter touchdown and were defeated 35-7 by the Trojans in a non-conference meeting at the FHS Football Field.


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