On May 15, St. Paul’s Lutheran Church celebrated the 102nd birthday of Elnora L. Somerville, pictured above on the front row, center. Numerous family members were in attendance, and love was shown by everyone for her long, blessed life and outstanding service.
What are the legacies of enslavement in Warren County, North Carolina?
With the placement of an “Open” flag on Friday, May 13, Kim Catron and Rickey Branning officially announce the soft opening of Bragging Rooster Beer and Mead in the former Leggett’s building on Warrenton’s Main Street. Not pictured is Head Brewer R.J. Cassie. Catron expressed appreciation to…
The Warren County High School softball team wrapped up Tar Roanoke 1A Conference play with an undefeated 8-0 record and the conference championship.
Monday, May 9
Members of the Heritage Quilters reflected on their shared love of quilting and sense of community generated by their involvement with the group during a special event on Saturday celebrating 20 years of quilts and quilting.
The Heritage Quilters will celebrate 20 years of quilts and quilting with a special event on Saturday, May 7, at 11 a.m. at the Warren County Memorial Library, 119 S. Front St., Warrenton.
The Cherry Hill Historical Foundation will open its concert season with a performance by Lyricosa Quartet on Sunday, May 8. The performance will begin at 3 p.m.
How are we going to use the results of the May 17 primary to measure Donald Trump’s influence over the North Carolina Republican Party?
I was born in 1951, so my seven decades of life now make me a senior citizen. As I think back, our country has been through many crises in those 71 years. In 1951, we faced the uncertainty of a war in Korea. Later came the Cuban missile crisis, John Kennedy’s assassination, the Vietnam War, …
When Morgan Reaves heard his sister, Elizabeth, chattering about the man she saw playing around atop Chimney Rock, he had plenty of reasons not to believe her. People just didn’t go climbing such steep cliffs, not in 1806 and certainly not for simple recreation. Morgan knew there wasn’t anyt…
The next few weeks I bet you will be attending a graduation ceremony — yours or a friend’s or a family member’s. In an earlier column I shared my thoughts about the speeches given at those times. With a few changes, here is what I wrote.