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Showing 3 articles from September 7, 2018.

OBITUARIES

SANDRA D. "SAM" SUTTON

LOUISBURG--Funeral services for Sandra Darlene "Sam" Sutton, 58, who died Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2018, will be held Monday, Sept. 10, at 2 p.m. at Haywood Baptist Church in Louisburg, with Pastor Douglas Harris officiating. Burial will follow in the Haywood Church cemetery.


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PREP FOOTBALL

LHS Drops A Heartbreaker To Warren County
LHS Drops A Heartbreaker To Warren County

LOUISBURG -- Both Louisburg and Warren County approached Friday's football rivalry meeting as a potential winnable game in the Northern Carolina Conference.
And it certainly was for each squad as both teams had plenty of scoring opportunities -- but visiting Warren County was able to hold off LHS in the final two minutes to secure a 23-16 league decision at Patterson Field.


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Red Rams Improve to 4-0

RALEIGH -- For the dual purposes of legitimacy and timing, it was hard to top Franklinton's road victory Friday at Southeast Raleigh.
Last season, FHS started 3-0 overall -- and repeated that scenario this time around. But the Red Rams couldn't get past SER in week four, and would struggle the rest of the way.


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