The Warren County Health Department, in partnership with the Warren County Advancing Equity Advisory Council, hosted the “Warren County Advancing Equity Conference: Working Together to Create Healthier Communities” on Thursday, May 11, at the Warren County Armory Civic Center.
As members of the Haliwa-Saponi Tribal School Class of 2023 gathered for the last time as high school students — their commencement ceremony — on Friday night, they were challenged to overcome the inevitable speed bumps of life with determination.
A new pen sits beside Sears Bugg’s Weldon Train Museum and Electric Train Store near Warrenton. Visitors will quickly notice the nesting spaces, climbing places and plants that make it look like a great habitat for something.
As the Warrenton Board of Commissioners discussed the proposed budget for fiscal year 2023-24 during a May 31 budget work session, members of the board reached the same conclusion: a tax incre… Read moreWarrenton Board of Commissioners: Tax increase is unavoidable
Graduation season in Warren County will conclude on Saturday, June 10, when members of the Class of 2023 at Warren County High School and Warren New Tech High School receive their diplomas dur… Read moreEagles and Knights to receive diplomas in combined ceremony
The Warren County Board of Commissioners took no action during its regular meeting Monday night on a request to rezone property at 1612 Eaton Ferry Road, Littleton, from Residential to Commerc… Read moreNo action taken on rezoning request for Eaton Ferry Road property
Warren County’s Gamma Chi Chapter of The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International recently celebrated its 40th anniversary. The chapter was chartered on May 7, 1983, as an expansion of the Xi C… Read moreGamma Chi Chapter honors charter members
On May 16, the Lake Gaston Ladies Club held its monthly meeting at Pleasant Hill Christian Church Family Life Center in Gasburg, Va. President Susan Zimmerman opened the meeting and welcomed … Read moreLGLC installs new officers for 2023-24
On Tuesday, May 16, Rotary District Governor Nathan Thomas visited the Rotary Club of Warrenton. He gave an update on how his year as governor has gone and how all the clubs in Warrenton’s dis… Read moreDistrict Governor visits local Rotary Club
Monday, May 22
There’s an old adage that you can predict a person’s future by their past. If a person has been successful in everything they’ve done, they are likely to continue on that path of success in their future.
Editor’s note: Casey Anglin, communication assistant for Norlina native Maestro Fletcher Wolfe, shares information and photographs reflecting Wolfe’s long relationship with President Jimmy Carter, and his relationship with other presidents of the United States and other nations. Additional p…
Coming to Lakeland Cultural Arts Center on Saturday, May 27, at 7:30 is the Fabulous Equinox Orchestra with a patriotic salute to America’s veterans.
Ready to laugh? Want to experience something different? Come see Lakeland Cultural Arts Center’s debut show in its newly renovated actor’s studio.
I often receive comments from readers about my columns. Some agree with my comments, while others disagree. I value both, but some readers suggest a topic for a future column. Today’s column is based on one of those suggestions.
Has Lee Smith, perhaps North Carolina’s most beloved writer, moved to Florida?
A thought occurred to me as I was traveling through the North Carolina Piedmont recently. The notion didn’t have to do with my location, but was instead prompted by the lecture I was listening to on the way.
North Carolina Democrats are frustrated. It’s not hard to see why.
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