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Alaina Pulley, a senior at Warren New Tech High School, is recognized as honorary chairwoman of the Warren County Board of Commissioners during the board’s work session on Dec. 12, in an initiative to get local young people involved in how government works. Pictured above, from left to right…

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Loaves & Fishes Ministries, Inc. food pantry in Warrenton asks local residents to help their neighbors during the Christmas season and in the winter months through donations of nonperishable foods and monetary contributions.

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Local residents still have time to make Christmas brighter for Warren County children by selecting a paper angel from the Angel Tree at Warren County Department of Social Services.

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Brenda Limer of the Afton area knew that something was fishy when she received the text. She would receive $400 per week for allowing her car to be shrink-wrapped with soda advertising if she … Read more

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Recently elected and re-elected members of the Warrenton Town Board take the oath of office Monday night. Pictured from the left are: Commissioners Mike Coffman, Travis Packer, Margaret Britt … Read more

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Warren County Memorial Library will celebrate the Christmas season as a time of love and community by holding “Merry Grinchmas” on Saturday, Dec. 21, from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. The event is co… Read more

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The Warren County Animal Ark is participating in spay/neuter programs, accepting holiday donations, and preparing for its 3rd Annual Christmas Luncheon for the Animals, to be held on Thursday,… Read more

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Zach Richardson (5) of Haliwa-Saponi Tribal School goes up for a basket as the Mighty Bucks host Iron Academy of Raleigh on Dec. 6. The Mighty Bucks fell to Iron Academy by a score of 52-43.

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Friendship was the theme as the Warren Artists’ Market gathered for its First Friday Poetry Night at Drip Coffee and Market in Warrenton Friday night. It’s also the name of the group’s sixth anthology, which celebrated its publication with book sales, signings and readings by contributors.

The Person’s Ordinary, the historic stagecoach stop from pre-revolutionary years, will be open to the public to tour on Friday, Dec. 13, from 4-7 p.m. The landmark, which is the oldest in neighboring Halifax County, is located on Mosby Avenue in Littleton. 

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I apologize if I offended anyone when I confronted Commissioner Tare “T” Davis during last week’s county commissioners’ meeting on his jackboot tactic of praying as he does to his god at the beginning of meetings. My point was that there have been 28,000 gods in the history of man.

As I sit on a rainy Sunday morning with the perfect cup of tea and honey, I think about life, and how quickly the years pass. I might have mentioned my thoughts on the fleeting of time before because it continues to baffle me from month to month. And now that Thanksgiving is behind us, and m…

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Mrs. Mary Long, 92, formerly of Warren County, departed this l…

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William Bailey Neal, 81, of Hugo, Okla., died Wednesday, Dec. …

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Hazel Floyd Coleman, 88, of Norlina, passed away on Friday, De…

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Robert Edward “Bobby” Fleming, 89, of Henderson, died Friday, …