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401 completion? Maybe by next summer (41 Views)
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Too much concentrated power (37 Views)
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Editorial Cartoon: The Future (34 Views)
Ladycats earn comeback win at LHS (33 Views)
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MR. FRANKLINTON HONORED (30 Views)
A TOUGH FOE (26 Views)
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A Throw-In Win For FHS (25 Views)
Trickery dooms the Red Rams (25 Views)
YOUNG STAR (25 Views)
Wedding bells ring! (24 Views)
Community action agency adds staffers (24 Views)
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SPIKE SENSATION (24 Views)
Early voting begins today for certain municipal races (24 Views)
Want it welded? Consider making way for a woman! (23 Views)
LEAGUE SHOWDOWN (23 Views)
Louisburg Edges FHS In Thriller (23 Views)
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FHS defeats the Ladycats (20 Views)
PUT ON A HAPPY FACE (19 Views)
Sidewalk project (19 Views)
Editorial Cartoon: NFL Quarantine (18 Views)
Knights Pull Away From Bunn (18 Views)
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HUGE ROAD WIN (18 Views)
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FEELING STINGY (17 Views)
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SCHOOL SUPPORT (17 Views)
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RACE TO THE BALL (16 Views)
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GREAT 88 (16 Views)
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