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Showing 4 articles from November 16, 2018.

OBITUARIES

MARGARET P. GUPTON
October 23, 1932- November 15, 2018

LOUISBURG - Margaret Preddy Gupton, 86, of Louisburg, died peacefully Thursday morning.


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NINA B. ARRINGTON

LOUISBURG--Funeral services for Nina B. Arrington, 89, who died Thursday, Nov. 15, 2018, will be held Monday, Nov. 19, at 1 p.m. at Hickory Grove Baptist Church in Castalia, with Pastor Bobby Thomas officiating. Burial will follow in the Arrington family cemetery.


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PREP FOOTBALL

North Stanly Ends Louisburg's Season
NEW LONDON -- North Stanly came into Friday's postseason duel against Louisburg with an on-fire offense that had delivered at least 42 points in each of the Comets' last seven games.
Make that eight after North Stanly had no problem with the visiting Warriors as part of a 70-0 triumph in the opening round of the Class 1-AA State Football Playoffs on the NSHS campus.

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Hertford County Knocks Out Bunn
AHOSKIE -- A sub-.500 campaign is almost unheard of for the Bunn High School football program, but that will be the final fate for this year's version of the Wildcats.
That's because Bunn was eliminated from the postseason -- and finished 5-6 overall -- after falling Friday at homestanding Hertford County by a 24-12 margin in the opening round of the Class 2-AA State Playoffs.

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