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HRC virtually celebrates Martin Luther King Day

By Amanda Dixon
| January 19, 2022

OXFORD — Granville County’s Human Relations Commission debuted its virtual celebration of the Martin...

Water treatment plant upgrade nears completion

By Amanda Dixon
| January 19, 2022

BUTNER — South Granville Water and Sewer Authority’s water treatment plant upgrade is near completio...

SGHS releases honor rolls for first quarter

For The Butner-Creedmoor News
| January 19, 2022

South Granville High School has released the names of those students who made the honor roll for the...

The Extension Master Gardener Volunteer Association of Granville and Person Counties planted a Bloodgood Japanese Maple at Camp Oak Hill, Oxford, in memory of the late Ben Cifers on Nov. 18, 2021. After retirement, Cifers discovered his love for plants and took the Extension Master Gardener training under the late Carl Cantaluppi. Cifers was an active member of the association and an avid nurseryman. He and his wife, Joyce, owned and operated Dalton Mill Nursery in Bullock, N.C., which Joyce still operates. Cifer enjoyed growing Japanese Maples, and according to his wife, Bloodgood was his favorite cultivar. Along with his love for growing plants, Cifer will be remembered for his wit and outgoing personality. Contributed photo

Maple tree planted in memory of Ben Cifers

January 17, 2022

Mayor Terry Turner stands before some of the historic photos of Camp Butner in town hall on Jan. 6. Gary Band | Butner-Creedmoor News

On the coming Butner boom

By Gary Band
| January 12, 2022

BUTNER — “We’re on the cusp of a lot of things happening,” said Mayor Terry Turner with confidence a...

Stem Town Hall

Stem votes to rejoin UNRBA

By Amanda Dixon
| January 12, 2022

STEM — Town officials voted to rejoin the Upper Neuse River Basin Association during the annual plan...

King Street residents seek street lights, signage

By Amanda Dixon
| January 19, 2022

BUTNER — King Street residents asked the Butner Town Council for help to have street lights and addi...


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