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Halifax Electric Membership Corporation has named Vaughan Elementary School music teacher Diane Colin as a Bright Ideas Tar Heel Teacher of the Week in recognition for outstanding work in the classroom and as a Bright Ideas education grant winner.

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As the Warren County Health Department begins to administer the COVID-19 vaccine to older adults, new guidelines from the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services expand eligibility to adults age 65 and older.

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Former Warren County High School basketball standout Thomas Miles, now a sophomore at Chowan University, was home from college last summer when a heart infection threatened his life. Through faith, determination and what can only be described as a miracle, he recently returned to the court.

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The Warren County High School Eagles opened the basketball season at J.F. Webb High School in Oxford on Jan. 5. The varsity boys lost 72-52, while the varsity girls fell by a score of 61-37. In the top photograph, Eagle Jah’Quell Hendick (11) puts up a shot against two Warrior defenders. In …

The Warren County Arts Council has launched its Artist Registry, a new website feature and community development tool. The registry will feature artists and arts organizations not only from Warren County, but from the region. Artists and organizations from neighboring counties in the region …

James Tasker Fleming, a native of the Inez area in Warren County, continues his story of life in the rural South around the time of the Civil War in his recently published third book, “Southern Dreams: Broken and Fulfilled — Reconstruction 1870-1895, Book II.

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t has become very clear that hypocrisy and hyperbole are rampant in our country.  Conservatives have been called deplorable, and just recently a “news” host on MSNBC stated that Republicans need to be deprogrammed. He was telling a national audience that about half of the citizens of the Uni…

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One of my most enduring memories as a small child was the weekly shopping trip with my mother. This was in the early 1950s, and my parents lived in a small home in a rural area of Ohio west of Cincinnati, just down the road from my grandparents’ farm. The nearest town with any reasonable amo…

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In a healthy society, all individuals should have equal rights without discrimination based on race. There should be not only educational, social and economic equality, but also political equality. Such an environment fosters a true sense of well being among its citizenry and a sense of belo…

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Our boys’ basketball team learned a hard lesson in their recent game against South Granville: devastating loss and public scrutiny. Now, they are learning to hold their heads high and to suit up for the next game.

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Mrs. Annie West Hilliard, 93, of Littleton, died Monday, Jan. …

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Mrs. Rebecca J. White, 64, passed away on Saturday, Jan. 2, af…

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Mrs. Jessie Lou Richardson, 92, of Warrenton, died on Monday, …