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<i>Wedding bells to ring</i>
Wedding bells to ring

Douglas Nicholson and Jessie Crudup Nicholson of Bunn announce the engagement of their daughter, Jessica Venetta Nicholson, to Juan Devon Bland, son of Walter Bland and the late Daisy Bland of Bailey. A May 2015 wedding is planned.


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Local couple marks 50th anniversary

Harold and Joyce Yarborough celebrated their golden wedding anniversary on Feb. 14.
Their children and grandchildren gave them a dinner at Allen Chapel Missionary Baptist Church, Louisburg, with more than 80 family members and friends attending.
They were married on Feb. 14, 1965.


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<i>Give yourself a break; find ways to beat stress</i>
Give yourself a break; find ways to beat stress

In this stressful world of ours, who doesn't need a little help?
Just facing the changes in our society and in our world is definitely a challenge, and we need to find all kinds of alternatives to fight the stress that can be very harmful to our health, in general.
Stress is a fact of life, but we can find numerous activities to minimize it.


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<i>Future president of UNC lived in Louisburg</i>
Future president of UNC lived in Louisburg

Kemp Plummer Battle (1831-1919), a distinguished lawyer and historian who served as president of the University of North Carolina from 1876 until 1891, spent his first eight years in the Louisburg vicinity.
Long after Battle's death, his youngest son, William James, published his father's recollections, Memories of An Old-time Tar Heel (University of North Carolina Press, 1945). The book contains interesting descriptions of Louisburg and its residents in the 1830s.


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