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Showing 2 articles from September 4, 2015.

OBITUARIES

CHRISTOPHER F. WRENN SR.

LOUISBURG - Colonel (Ret.) Dr. Christopher Fitzgerald Wrenn, Sr., died on Tuesday, September 1, 2015. From humble beginnings as a graduate of Bunn High School Class of 1980, Chris went on to be a highly decorated soldier in the United States Air Force whose accolades included a Defense Meritorious Medal and Joint Service Commendation Medal, among many others.


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PREP FOOTBALL

Spencer Soars For Franklinton
Spencer Soars For Franklinton

PRINCETON -- With its offense struggling and several key players battling injuries, Franklinton desperately needed a change of pace during Friday's road football showdown at Princeton.
The Red Rams got exactly what they needed from sophomore backup signal-caller Kyeon Spencer.
Summoned into the game in the third period to spark Franklinton's offense, the speedy Spencer responded with a pair of clutch touchdown runs to help the Red Rams rally for a 31-14 decision over the homestanding Bulldogs.


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