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The Embro Hunting Club recently hosts its 8th annual Combat Warriors Deer hunting event. Pictured with the sarriors are Embro Hunting Club members acting as hunting guides, Tim Boone, Timothy Powell, Robert (Tre) Breedlove and Brooks Clayton. (Combat warriors cannot be identified by name for…

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Restoration of the ghost Coca-Cola sign on a South Bragg St., Warrenton, warehouse building across the street from the Jacob Holt House is nearly complete. The restoration work is made possible through the artistry of Spclsigns of Raleigh, Tour Warrenton, Historic Warrenton Food Tour, and ve…

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Passersby and residents in Warrenton’s downtown have likely noticed contractors this fall busy at 107-111 N. Main St., the site of the new Milano’s Italian Restaurant. Renovations there had been at a standstill for months while the town and business owner Ahmed Ibrahim negotiated how to proc…

New Covenant Ministries of the Pentecostal Holiness Church holds a Thanksgiving outreach to honor Warren County Emergency Services and Emergency Medical Services, Warren Hills Rehabilitation &… Read more

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Warren County’s Demontay Hawkins (Nov. 12) runs with the football as Warren County falls to Northampton County in the second round of the state 1A playoffs on Nov. 12. Also pictured is Eagle Jah’quell Hendrick (No. 7). Warren County defeated Pamlico County 32-22 in the first round of the pla…

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Bring your tissues to Lakeland Cultural Art Center’s final small stage production of the year, a reading of Jeffrey Hatcher and Mitch Albom’s play, “Tuesdays with Morrie,” presented next month at both Frontier Warren and Lake Gaston Outfitters.

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Who doesn’t like to be paid more? Maybe there are a few workers who are indifferent to their earnings, but I haven’t met them yet. Obviously being paid more means workers can buy more of what they want for themselves, their families and even charities they support.

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The COVID-19 crisis had enormous and destructive consequences for our health, our economy, our education systems, and the quality of our social and family lives. Now, just imagine how much worse the consequences would have been in the absence of modern information and computer technology (ICT).

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I would like to know when the Warren County Board of Education will start to look out for the well-being of its students and staff. When will they stop being yes-men to the Central Office and start looking, really looking, at their students, staff and community? 

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William Allen Hawks, 67, of Wake Forest, passed away on Friday…