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September 27, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Operation Medicine Drop slated today at LEC

The Person County Sheriff ’s Office will participate in Operation Medicine Drop today from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. More...

Special Sections

 

News

Do You Know These People?

This week’s photo was taken in 1966 and features the 1966- 67 officers for the Roxboro Jaycettes. Do you know any of the people in the photograph? More...

Hurdle Mills man recognized by USPS as member of Million Mile Club

The United States Postal Service (USPS) recently recognized a Hurdle Mills man as a member of the Million Mile Club. More...

Registration underway for PC’s Medication Tech Training

Piedmont Community College will offer Medication Tech Exam Prep (Med Tech) training on the Caswell County campus. The course will be held Oct. 3 through Oct. 24, on Fridays from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Borrow when it saves

Conservative

RALEIGH Fiscal conservatives tend to look askance at large issuances of public debt. In this sentiment, they are in good company. More...

Will McCrory become the transportation governor?

RALEIGH Gov. Pat McCrory crisscrossed the state last week to promote his 25-year transportation vision. It was largely received favorably wherever he went, even from editorial writers and others who like to criticize the Republican head of state. More...

Records

PERSON COUNTY COURT

tuesday Sept. 16 Judge Thomas G. Foster presided over the Tuesday, Sept. 16, session of Person County District Court during which Alicia Black and J. Stultz, assistant district attorneys, prosecuted for the state. More...

REALTY TRANSFERS

In recording the real estate transfers, the law does not require that the amount paid for property be stated in deed. More...

The Bullhorn  Free Access 

Surprise, welcoming a new Bulldog

Roxboro Community School (RCS) seventh-grade student Kaitlin Wilson received the best news of her life — that she had been accepted to RCS — on her birthday this past summer. More...

Eyes to see

The ability to “see” is truly wondrous, for without it we could not experience the glories of our world. More...

Senior Bulldogs strive to become the next DYW

This year, Roxboro Community School (RCS) has three senior ladies competing in the Distinguished Young Women of Roxboro program. Havan Harris, Bryson Currier, and Emily McFarland have been hard at work preparing for the final performance. More...

Friday, Oct. 10 deadline to register to vote in general election

One-stop balloting to be offered at 2 locations

The Tuesday, Nov. 4 general election is less than a month and a half away. Personians who are not registered to vote have until Friday, Oct. 10 to do so. Oct. More...

Nod given to move ahead on recycling center, roofing projects

By GREY PENTECOST The Person Board of County Commissioners decided to move forward with projects involving the Person County Recycling Center, Earl Bradsher Preschool and the Kirby Civic Auditorium during its Monday meeting after a public hearing on More...

Religion

Blessing of the Animals’ planned at Bullock’s UMC with Humane Society of Granville County

Bullock’s United Methodist Church has teamed up again with the Humane Society of Granville County to host the 13th annual Blessing of the Animals on Saturday, Oct. 4 at 10 a.m. More...

Sharon Baptist plans revival services

A revival service will be held at Sharon Baptist Church beginning Sunday morning, Sept. 28 and continuing through Wednesday, Oct. 1 at 7 p.m. nightly. The Rev. Chris Sorenson will be the speaker for the week. More...

CHURCH ACTIVITIES

NEW EPHESUS BAPTIST CHURCH, 375 Ephesus Church Rd. in Semora, will observe its 142nd church anniversary on Sunday, Sept. 28 at 3 p.m. Bishop Peter L. Baker, senior pastor of Reformation Christian Center and worship family will be the special guests. More...

Word on the Street

Word On The Street

This week’s question: What is it about fall that you like the most? Maggie harper “I like the fragrance of the air coming from the dying leaves and I love watching them fall from the trees.” More...

Sports

Bulldogs rally past Voyager in five-set thriller

DURHAM — The last time the Roxboro Community School volleyball team walked off the floor at Voyager Academy, there were a lot of sad, dejected faces after a crushing five-set loss in the third-round of the 1-A state playoffs. More...

Rockets upend Bartlett Yancey for first victory

Young scores three TDs, including a late punt return to help lift Person past B.Y.

YANCEYVILLE — It might not have been an absolute thing of beauty the entire time, but the Person High School football team officially has the metaphorical monkey off its back. More...

Person JVs run over Bartlett Yancey for third consecutive victory

The Person High School JV football team was leading by two touchdowns after running just one offensive play in the first six minutes of the game. And the Rockets kept it rolling from there as they walloped Bartlett Yancey 47-12 Thursday at home. More...

Features

‘Back to square one and enjoying life again’

Straight Ahead

About nine months ago, I decided that there wasn’t any way that I could stay in a relationship with my girlfriend of six years, Pammie. More...

Movin' It for Morton

The third “Movin’ It for Morton OVC Jazzerthon” was held last weekend, bringing in approximately $5,200 for the Sarah Morton Ovarian Cancer Clinical Trials Fund established through Duke Research Center last November. More...

Education

North Carolina schools can register for inclusive program to expand student leadership

Raleigh – Registration is now open to schools throughout North Carolina, including Pre-Ks, Head Starts, elementary, middle and high schools and colleges, to become a part of Special Olympics Project UNIFY®, an education and sports based strateg More...

Whole bunch of Little Boots

The Person High School (PHS) drill team hosted the annual Little Boots Drill Team Camp on Sept. 10. Seventy-eight girls in grades kindergarten through fifth-grade learned the pre-game routine taught by the drill team members. More...

Food Service Appreciation Week

Woodland Elementary School’s PTA organization provided (clockwise, from left) Susan Walker, Lucille Wilkerson and Connie Penland a lunch to celebrate Food Service Appreciation Week. More...

Poll

Which candidate for the District 2 seat in the North Carolina House of Representatives do you plan on voting for in the November general election?