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Showing 4 articles from October 17, 2014.

OBITUARIES

ELIZABETH FULLER HOUSE

LOUISBURG - Elizabeth Fuller House, 56, died in Greensboro on Oct. 3, 2014. A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 26, at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Louisburg.  The family will receive friends in the Parish Hall immediately following the service.


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PREP FOOTBALL

Warren County Edges Franklinton In Thriller
Warren County Edges Franklinton In Thriller

FRANKLINTON -- Coming into the game, Franklinton football coach Jeremy Buck felt a tinge of anxiousness about his club's chances Friday against Northern Carolina Conference rival Warren County.
Due to a postponement, FHS was just four days removed from a key league win against South Granville.
And Buck knew that Warren County was a dangerous opponent -- a talented squad that was one everybody's preseason radar as a potential league spoiler.


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RR Rallies Past Wildcats

ROANOKE RAPIDS -- The topsy-turvy, high-scoring world of Northern Carolina Conference football took another twist Friday with Roanoke Rapids' comeback victory at home against Bunn.
Trailing by eight points down the stretch, the Jackets responded with a field goal and touchdown to outlast the Wildcats by a 38-35 margin at Hoyle Field.


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LHS Bounces Back With A Road Victory

GASTON -- Just four days removed from a disappointing loss to Southeast Halifax, the Louisburg Warriors got healthy in a hurry during a visit Friday to Tar-Roanoke Athletic Conference foe KIPP Pride in Northampton County.
The long journey proved to be well worth it for the Warriors, who spread the wealth offensive en route to securing a 50-0 decision.


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