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Charles Page shows off his mobile memorial to honor firefighters killed in 9/11. Page has been working on the project for over a year. "This is my way to recognize those that have sacrificed,” He said. Amanda Dixon | Butner-Creedmoor News

Former firefighter’s mobile memorial honors 9/11 fallen

By Amanda Dixon
| September 16, 2021

BUTNER — Last Saturday, the nation paused to reflect on the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks and...

Alexa Riley dives to return the ball for the Lady Panthers during the Sept. 9 match against the Vance County Vipers.


Panthers lose after yellow card breaks their focus

By Amanda Dixon
| September 14, 2021

STEM — The officials were front and center Sept. 9 during a fiercely close volleyball contest betwee...

Creedmoor City Hall

Creedmoor resumes hazard pay, eyes staff structure changes

By Amanda Dixon
| September 14, 2021

CREEDMOOR — City police and public works employees will start earning hazard pay again for working i...

Creedmoor commissioners Georgana Kicinski, left, and Ed Mims, right.

Fireworks between commissioners underscore board’s rift

By Amanda Dixon
| September 13, 2021

CREEDMOOR — The Board of Commissioners regular meeting last week was beset with disagreement and per...

Evan Daniel and Samantha Huff pose for a photo at the Oxford Hot Sauce festival on Saturday.

PHOTOS: Beating the heat at the Oxford Hot Sauce festival

From staff reports
| September 13, 2021

OXFORD — The city of Oxford hosted its 15th annual Hot Sauce Contest & Festival on Saturday, Sept. 1...

Mikaila Stafford manages a smile while undergoing treatment for brain cancer.

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

Memory of ‘Roo,’ 3, inspires search for cure

By Amanda Dixon
| September 9, 2021

CREEDMOOR — Cancer. A word that’s devastating an any age. Learning your child has terminal cancer t...


Murdoch Foundation announces scholarship winners

From staff reports
| September 9, 2021

BUTNER — The Murdoch Developmental Center Foundation awarded three $1,000 scholarships to area stude...

Granville County's 275th Anniversary

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