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Showing 3 articles from October 30, 2015.

OBITUARIES

CAROLYN J. "TOOT" WEBB

LOUISBURG - Funeral services for Carolyn J. "Toot" Webb, 55, who died Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015, will be held Tuesday, Nov. 3, at 1 p.m. at Allen Chapel Baptist Church in Louisburg, with the Rev. Stanley Dunston officiating.Burial will follow at the Cemetery on the Hill.


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PREP FOOTBALL

Howle Nears Milestone For Bunn
Howle Nears Milestone For Bunn

FRANKLINTON -- David Howle's 199th career victory as Bunn High School's football coach was one to remember.
Not only were the visiting Wildcats able to defeat backyard rival Franklinton by a 47-19 margin, they were also to remain in the top spot in the Northern Carolina Conference heading into the final week of the regular season.
Bunn is now 8-2 overall and 4-0 in the NCC, and Howle can achieve a milestone 200th triumph next Friday at home against Warren County.


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Louisburg Claims Much-Needed Victory
Louisburg Claims Much-Needed Victory

LOUISBURG -- Homecoming wasn't the only reason to celebrate Friday at Louisburg High School.
After nine frustrating games -- and several near-misses -- the Warriors earned the first football victory of the season by stopping Northwest Halifax by a 63-26 total in Tar-Roanoke Athletic Conference action at Patterson Field.
It was also the initial head coaching triumph for LHS' Dontae Lassiter. His club is now 1-9 overall and 1-3 in the TRAC heading into next Friday's regular season finale on the road against Weldon.


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