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CRASH
CRASH

A Louisburg man skidded off the road and crashed into a pole Monday afternoon, and later died as a result of his injuries. Michael P. Moore, 40, was pronounced dead at WakeMed hospital. According to the State Highway Patrol, Moore was traveling along N.C. 39 near Bern Wilder Road when he ran off the road to the right and struck a utility pole. Trooper J.T. Southerland said Moore exceeded a safe speed for the rainy conditions.


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Airport officials planning fall event

LOUISBURG -- Airport management is planning an event next month to show off the airport and the tenant businesses that call it home.
During the most recent meeting of the Franklin County's Triangle North Executive Airport's Advisory Board, Bo Carson said he's planning a Sept. 28 event -- sort of an open-house -- to better expose the public to the airport.


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TRUCK CEREMONY
TRUCK CEREMONY

Louisburg Mayor Karl Pernell lauds the cooperation between the town of Louisburg and Louisburg College during a ceremony for the town's new fire truck Monday night.


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