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Under normal circumstances, Warren County native James Clark would have received his undergraduate degree from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University in Greensboro walking across a stage this spring. He and the other members of the Class of 2020 would have heard words of …

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The list of events postponed or canceled by COVID-19 is a long one, but one favorite local tradition is not on it: the Lake Gaston Boat Parade. 

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Warren County commissioners adopted a $33.522 million general fund budget for fiscal year 2020-21 on June 23 that increased the county tax rate to 81 cents per $100 valuation of real property.  Read more

The next stage of the potentially profitable partnership between the town of Warrenton and the Research Triangle Foundation will begin on July 1, when the second Frontier Warren building opens… Read more

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When and even whether high school sports will return for the 2020-21 school year is a matter that will remain unresolved until at least June 15, but possibly much longer despite Aug. 1 remaining the target date for the beginning of fall sports practice. 

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It was with no small measure of jubilation that I learned of the County Commissioners’ decision to remove the Confederate Monument from Warrenton’s courthouse square. 

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I, too join the world in mourning the tragic death of George Floyd, and many, many other black lives so quickly taken at the hands of police. 

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Mrs. Mary J. Perry-Harris, 83, departed this life peacefully a…

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Louise “Sugar” Boyd Toney died peacefully on Thursday, June 18…

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Ivery Person, 84, of Warrenton, departed this life on Sunday, …

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Wallace P. Holtzmann, 90, of Manson, passed away peacefully Ju…