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KITTRELL - Joey Hart, 53, died Friday evening, July 18, 2014. He was born in Wake County, the son of Carolyn Lowery Allen and the late Jones Wayne Hart Sr.
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.
TEXARKANA, ARKANSAS -- Youngville’s first-ever trip to a Dixie Youth National Tournament ended just a single victory from the championship.
Youngsville reached the finals of the D-Y Machine-Pitch World Series before falling 5-3 against Sebring, Florida. Despite the loss, it was a great tournament for the All-Stars, who went 6-2 overall.
LOUISBURG — Protesters waved signs and hurled accusations, claiming an “outsider” was responsible for disrupting a school community.
On July 14, Superintendent Lisa Martin announced that she had reassigned five educators.
The one that appears to have touched the biggest nerve, though, was a decision to move Novella Brown as principal of Terrell Lane Middle School, putting her in charge of the Creative Education Center, instead.
BUNN — In the spring of 2012, Franklin County and Bunn were at the dawn of the solar farm age — literally writing the book on the subject.
The developments were so new that Franklin County planners had to define solar farms in their Unified Development Ordinance, and create a process by which they could be approved.
LOUISBURG — The Louisburg Town Council got some good news in the form of long-awaited sidewalk projects, just missed a state grant, got lambasted for roadside trimming techniques and its use of a herbicide and then lost one of its veteran members in a surprise announcement.
As Monday night’s meeting wound down, Mary Green Johnson, who has been on the council about 14 years, announced that she is resigning, effective Aug. 25.
Franklinton High School will have a new leader at its helm when students return next month.
Russell Holloman has been named the school principal — and he began his duties on Tuesday of this week.
Holloman comes to Franklin County from Washington High School in Beaufort County where he had served as principal for eight years.
Holloman said he and his wife and their three children wanted to be closer to Raleigh and their family in the area.
County resident Nathan Braun
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.
Maybe it’s because I grew up in the country and like to dig in the dirt, but I tend to keep track of time by what’s going on outdoors. Forget the desktop calendar and the one hanging on the wall, nature seems much more reliable and enjoyable.
This week my friend and sometimes Times’ columnist Tracy Perry whacked me upside the head with a column he wrote about what’s in season ... and when. It should be elsewhere in this edition.
A conflict of a sort that probably could have been avoided caught up with the Franklin County Board of Education this week — and, while the specific event that triggered it was unexpected, the conflict was unavoidable.
As you know from reading Page 1 of this edition, several parents of middle school students and friends of Terrell Lane’s former principal showed up at a special called meeting of the Franklin County school board — but were not allowed to speak in the formal part of the meeting.
Here we are.
A Louisburg teenager has been charged with concealing and failing to report the death of her child.
That child was only moments old, apparently, when the umbilical cord was cut too short and bled to death.
For 23 days, many wondered what fate would befall the teen mother, whose motherhood was, tragically, short lived.
For weeks, we had been seeing stories about children who perished after their parents or guardians left them to die in hot cars.
Live and let live, an approach to life that if applied without prejudice carries with it the harmony most seek.
This should not mean you must accept what your good common sense tells you is wrong or unreasonable.
If you ask a friend or neighbor how they feel about the concept of live and let live, I am confident you will hear they subscribe to it.
The late Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan once told a colleague: “You are entitled to your own opinion, but you are not entitled to your own facts.”
Two weeks ago, the Franklin County Democratic Party’s reputation was falsely attacked in an op-ed in this newspaper.
There were also several misleading and hypocritical statements made.
I am writing to you because I am very concerned about the future education of our children. Not just Franklin County’s children, but the entire state of North Carolina. All because our esteemed governor feels our teachers aren’t worthy of a decent pay raise.
Katherine Leigh Stewart and John Allen Campbell were united in marriage on Saturday, June 28, 2014 at 4:30 p.m. at Louisburg Baptist Church in Louisburg. The ceremony was officiated by the Reverend Dr. Reggie Rushing. Following the ceremony, the bride’s parents hosted a reception at Green Hill Club.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neal Day Stewart of Louisburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Holmes of Louisburg announce the engagement of their daughter, Leslie Aaron, to Kevin Cordero of Charlotte. The groom-elect is the son of Dr. Edgar and Margaret Cordero of McKeesport, Pa. The couple will be married Sept. 27.
Woodie Wilson, center, a safety and training specialist with Electricities, presented the Louisburg Utilities crew, from left, Director Ray Patterson, lineman Ben Benton, Superintendent Mike Ayscue, linemen Donald Grice, Lin King, Clayton Shearin, and Larry Perry, with a safety award. The team had no injuries during the 2013 year.
Franklin County students named to the Kerr-Vance Academy of Henderson Headmaster List or A/B Honor Roll are as follows:
I am asked throughout the growing season as to what produce is actually in season locally.
So, like most all my great ideas, it hit me, why not use this topic for an article?
Please keep in mind that the list that I am providing does not in any way reflect what is available at your local grocery store.
Well let’s get started.
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.
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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