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It's a happy but sad time as local seniors graduate (53 Views)
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Be an angel, help cheeseheads spell Wisconsin (49 Views)
Noted educator, leader dies at 92 (49 Views)
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FHS grad killed in Afghanistan (45 Views)
It's official: State grants $10 million for hospital (42 Views)
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Water safety issue confused by false television reports (41 Views)
Louisburg's new budget trims tax rate two cents (40 Views)
ECHS grads still making history (39 Views)
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70th anniversary! (39 Views)
Special ladies shine spotlight on Franklinton (39 Views)
A fallen soldier remembered (39 Views)
Medical transport firm considers airport (39 Views)
Forum will focus on growing opiod addiction problem (37 Views)
Aerial highway? (36 Views)
Local man charged with sex offenses (36 Views)
Police probe sex assault allegations (36 Views)
Bunn HS Salutes Top Athletes (35 Views)
Communications director named for county schools (35 Views)
Teasley new principal of Royal Elementary (34 Views)
Louisburg College bids farewell to 'Mother Superior' (34 Views)
From pre-med to an FHS classroom! (33 Views)
Opioid monster needs to see the light of day (33 Views)
Graduation is Saturday; Help keep seniors safe (32 Views)
Youngsville eyes a 'steady hand' to help manage town (32 Views)
Three school leaders complete training (31 Views)
Moving utilities is major step toward 401 widening (30 Views)
Couple exchanges wedding vows (28 Views)
Safe Space putting focus on prevention (27 Views)
Franklinton goal: Balance budget without new taxes (27 Views)
Youngsville to discuss gun range issues (27 Views)
VGCC team competes in electric car race at Indy (27 Views)
Duke Energy picks development sites (27 Views)
New mural, new inspiration for kids (26 Views)
Franklinton man's killer given life without parole (26 Views)
They're off with big dreams and high hopes! (26 Views)
Youngsville commits to maintaining cemetery (26 Views)
Authorities team up to reduce accidents (25 Views)
Great Weekend (25 Views)
County Community Foundation provides grants to two agencies (25 Views)
Youngsville couple's son completes basic (24 Views)
Warrren Tabbed At BHS (23 Views)
Check every opportunity, VGCC grads urged (22 Views)
VGCC hosts golf tourney (22 Views)
1 FOR THE ROAD (21 Views)
Players selected to team (21 Views)
Youngsville man makes history at local VGCC campus (21 Views)
Nomination deadline looms for a unique, local service award (21 Views)
Davis Tabbed As Player Of Year (21 Views)
Winners named in 63rd Jabberwock Extravaganza (20 Views)
Brickhouse nabs honor (20 Views)
Grad pics, 4 (20 Views)
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HIGH FIVE (19 Views)
KVA honor students named for quarter, and the school year (19 Views)
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