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Showing 3 articles from October 25, 2019.

OBITUARIES

NANCY C. EVANS

HOLLISTER--Funeral services for Nancy Evelyn Copeland Evans, 71, who died Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2019, were held Friday, Oct. 25, at Pine Chapel Baptist Church in Hollister. Burial followed in the Copeland family cemetery.


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PREP FOOTBALL

LHS Drops Possibly Last Game At Patterson Field
LHS Drops Possibly Last Game At Patterson Field
LOUISBURG -- This wasn't the way the Louisburg Warriors wanted to say farewell to Patterson Field.
Playing possibly for the last time at their long-time home facility, the Warriors were steamrolled by Granville Central by a 57-6 margin in a key Northern Carolina football matchup.

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Bunn Drops Heartbreaker To Vikings
BUNN -- With first place at stake in the Northern Carolina Conference football standings, the Bunn Wildcats were foiled during a wild fourth quarter during Friday's home thriller against South Granville.
Both clubs entered the showdown with unblemished records in the NCC, but that status now belongs only to the visiting Vikings, who rallied on three occasions during the game to secure a 27-26 victory.

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