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Showing 3 articles from August 28, 2015.

OBITUARIES

BABY BOY TIMOTHY ALEXANDER HAYES

LOUISBURG - Baby Boy Timothy Alexander Hayes, son of Joel and Claudia Hayes, was born on Aug. 25, 2015 and died later that day. Graveside services were held Saturday, Aug. 29, at Rowland Chapel Christian Church cemetery in Henderson.


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PREP FOOTBALL

Person Sparks FHS Past Louisburg
Person Sparks FHS Past Louisburg

LOUISBURG -- Playing on the field where his father was once a dominant force, Ricky Person, Jr., displayed the same prolific trait Friday night.
Just while wearing different colors.
The elder Person starred at Louisburg High School in the mid-90s and was the Capital Area Conference Player of the Year his senior campaign.
His son has shown a flair for the dramatic during his career at Franklinton, where he is only a sophomore -- but has already attracted the interest of several Division I schools.


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Bunn Rolls Past Northwest Halifax

AURELIAN SPRINGS -- By the end of the first period, the Bunn Wildcats had already amassed 44 points during Friday's non-conference road football contest at Northwest Halifax.
A running clock was soon utilized, and the Wildcats would go on to roll past the Vikings by a 72-0 margin.
Bunn is now 1-1 on the campaign, while Northwest slipped to 0-2.


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