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Police car involved in minor wreck

LOUISBURG — The State Highway Patrol is investigating a minor wreck involving a police officer.
According to a report by Trooper D.J. Ball, Robert D. Bowden was traveling north on Bickett Boulevard at about 11:30 a.m. on July 18 when he began to turn around in the roadway near an intersection.
Bowden’s cruiser turned in the path of an oncoming car, driven by Stanley Thomas of Louisburg.


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GRADUATION TIME!
GRADUATION TIME!

The Kid’s Corner in Louisburg recently held its graduation at the center. Daycare director is Amy Merritt and the lead instructor of the class of 2014 is Tina Holden and assistant instructor is Barbara Coons.


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MARKING 40 YEARS!
MARKING 40 YEARS!

Louisburg High School Class of 1974 celebrated its 40th Class Reunion recently, at the Embassy Suites in Cary. About 63 people were in attendance. The kickoff event for the weekend was a meet and greet on Friday night. Some classmates had not seen each other in over 40 years. A banquet meal was served Saturday night, followed with entertainment by classmates. After the entertainment, it was a night of laughter, dancing and good times.


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CELEBRATING 50!
CELEBRATING 50!

The 1964 Class of Riverside High School of Louisburg celebrated their 50th Class Reunion RECENTLY at their alma mater on West River Road. The event included a meal, live entertainment and a tour of the building that once housed the high school, led by classmate Nelton Pace.


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