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Showing 4 articles from November 3, 2017.

OBITUARIES

GLORIA W. CLIFTON

LOUISBURG--Gloria Dean Williams Clifton, 91, of Louisburg, left us to be with the Lord on Friday, November 03, 2017 at Maria Parham Hospital. Born on February 21, 1926 to the late Captain Vannie Clair and Kathleen May Williams. In addition to her parents, she was also preceded in death by her husband, John Clifton, Jr., and her sister, Evangeline Williams Strickland.


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Southern Storms Past Franklinton
Southern Storms Past Franklinton

STANHOPE -- There should be no debate as to which team reigned supreme this fall in the Big East Conference football standings.
It's the Southern Nash Firebirds.
Southern Nash put an exclamation point to a prolific Big East surge this season -- and clinched the league title outright for the second straight year -- with a convincing home victory Friday at home against Big East newcomer Franklinton.


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Louisburg Closes Schedule With Loss
Louisburg Closes Schedule With Loss

LOUISBURG -- Despite a nine-game losing streak, the Louisburg Warriors entered Friday's regular season football finale against Granville Central with playoff aspirations.
That's because LHS and GC are the only Class 1-A teams in the split 1/2-A Northern Carolina Conference.


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Bunn Wraps Up Second Place In The NCC

ROANOKE RAPIDS -- Bunn's mission was simple heading into Friday's regular season football finale at Roanoke Rapids.
The Wildcats needed to win in order to secure second place by themselves in the Northern Carolina Conference -- along with claiming an automatic spot in the Class 2-AA State Playoffs.


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